Coach: Carl Greenberg, 11th season.

Assistants: Rocky Rhodes, Gene Marshall.

Last year's record: 7-7.

Starters lost: 2.

Top returnees: Chris Lloyd, jr., A; Rob Heagerty, sr., A; Brian Moen, jr., A; Corey Lambroff, so., A; Israel Sostrin, sr., M; Rich Heckner, sr., M; Scott Panowitz, jr., M; Joe Milano, jr., M; Jesse Sostrin, so., M; Chris Shue, sr., D; Ryan Arist, sr., D; Chuck Heinze, so., D; Mike Whitehead,jr., D; Chad Bosley, jr., D; Andy Wishart, jr., G.

Newcomers: Ryan Mish, jr., M; Mark Umbarger, jr., M.

Coach's outlook: We have some decent talent, but we might be too young. We'll try to build from the defense out. If we can get in a transition game, we should be able to put the ball in the goal. We should be competitive, but the big question is how fast we can mature.

Harford County Sun's outlook: If they can overcome some of their youthful tendencies, the Mustangs could challenge for the county title. But with only four seniors in the lineup, Greenberg is counting on nothing more than improving last season's .500 record. Still, the Mustangs have a lot of talent and quite a lot of experience for such a young team. They have some exceptional players especially at midfield and defense. Heckner and Sostrin are exceptionally well-rounded middies while Shue is one of the top defensemen in the county. Like just about everyone else, Greenberg's greatest concern is his attack. Although Lloyd and Heagerty provide balanced scoring, Greenberg would like to get more goals this year fromhis midfield.

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