Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Peninsula’s Hide Inoue, the second-leading scorer on last year’s team, returns to the Pirates this season. Inoue is one of several players on the roster from Japan and South Korea.

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Peninsula’s Hide Inoue, the second-leading scorer on last year’s team, returns to the Pirates this season. Inoue is one of several players on the roster from Japan and South Korea.

COLLEGE SOCCER: Peninsula men eager to add to Pirates’ legacy of success

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