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Riverhounds sign ex-Robert Morris star Neco Brett

| Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, 4:15 p.m.
Neco Brett was a three-time Northeast Conference Player of the Year for Robert Morris.
Jason Cohn | Robert Morris Athletics
Neco Brett was a three-time Northeast Conference Player of the Year for Robert Morris.

The Riverhounds this week signed Neco Brett, who was a three-time Northeast Conference Player of the Year with Robert Morris.

Brett spent the past two seasons in the Portland Timbers organizations after being selected 40th overall in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. He leads the Riverhounds in scoring in the preseason with six points on two goals and two assists.

Brett is second all-time at Robert Morris with 41 goals and third with 100 points. In 2014, he led NCAA Division I with 15 goals and tied for first with 33 points.

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