With head coach Ruben Rodriguez (left) and assistant Burke Slusher by his side, Jahren Barrow became the first Kansas City Kansas Community College soccer player to commit to an NCAA Division I college, Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C.
With head coach Ruben Rodriguez (left) and assistant Burke Slusher by his side, Jahren Barrow became the first Kansas City Kansas Community College soccer player to commit to an NCAA Division I college, Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. KCKCC Photo by Alan Hoskins
With head coach Ruben Rodriguez (left) and assistant Burke Slusher by his side, Jahren Barrow became the first Kansas City Kansas Community College soccer player to commit to an NCAA Division I college, Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. KCKCC Photo by Alan Hoskins
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KCKCC soccer player is first to sign with Division I team

May 11, 2016 12:35 PM

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