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Manchester Wolves Sign Another Two Top Players

January 18, 2008 - arenafootball2 (af2) - Manchester Wolves News Release

Manchester, NH - Two players from the Keystone State are expected to help unlock the power of the 2008 Manchester Wolves af2 football team.

The Wolves recently signed Michael Saint Germain, who played for Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and ended his career there recording 25 straight starts and 29 overall. Saint Germain, who played left tackle his final two years, received numerous honors, including being named to the 1st Team All-Northeast Region. He was rated the No. 8 offensive tackle in Division I-AA football in the 2006 preseason, and anchored the Leopard's offensive line, which was the 25th-ranked scoring offense in Division I-AA during the regular season.

The Wolves also signed Daniel M. Crozier, who played for East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. He was a four-year starter at center, where he protected quarterback Jimmy Terwilliger, allowing him to throw for over 3,000 yards. Crozier was named to the All-PSAC Eastern Division 1st Team in 2005.

"These are quality signings for us and great additions to the strong team we've already started to put together," said Wolves General Manager Peter Morris. "This year is the 'Year of the Fan,' and they're not going to be disappointed."

For more information on the Manchester Wolves, call 603.627.WOLF (9653) or visit www.manchesterwolves.com for more details and to get a complete schedule of games.

The Manchester Wolves are a Manchester-based professional football team whose players are recruited from some of the top colleges and football programs across the nation.

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