All-CAC teams announced

YORK, Pa.--- The Salisbury University Sea Gulls, the 2002 men's soccer tournament champions, placed six players on the 2002 All-CAC squad.

St. Mary's received two of the individual awards as junior Alun Oliver was named the conference's Player-of-the-Year while his head coach, Herb Gainey, was selected as the league's Coach-of-the-Year.

York College's Scott McDowell was selected as the CAC Rookie-of-the-Year.

Salisbury earned the automatic bid to the NCAA tournament with their shootout victory over Mary Washington in the CAC title game. The CAC had three men's soccer teams win at least 13 matches during the 2002 season.

First Team All-CAC

Forwards
Derek Cesarz-York College
C.R. Krauss-Salisbury University
Marc Salotti-Mary Washington College Brian Wolcott-St. Mary's College

Midfielders
Jeremy Klunk-York College
Michael Nissim-Sabat-Mary Washington College
Alun Oliver-St. Mary's College

Fullbacks
Logan Herring-Goucher College
Jordan Showers-York College
Mike Steinen-Salisbury University

Goalkeeper
Tom Paparounis-Salisbury University

Second Team All-CAC

Forwards
Matt Bowman-Salisbury University Gary Climo-Marymount University Scott McDowell-York College

Midfielders
Ryan Geib-Mary Washington College
Dan Lader-Salisbury University Rajan Pragani-Goucher College Steve Ramos-Mary Washington College

Fullbacks
Matt Heimerle-Mary Washington College
Ryan Kish-Mary Washington
Brook Riggleman-Salisbury University

Goalkeeper
Brian Craddock-Marymount University
Liam Garland-Mary Washington College

Previous releases:
Bassiri named CAC Honorable Mention
Season preview

2002 Results (9-8-1, 2-4-1 CAC) Stats

Date Opponent Result
Sept. 4 Gallaudet * ppd.
Sept. 7 vs. Penn State-Altoona @ L, 2-1
Sept. 8 vs. Thiel @ W, 2-0
Sept. 14 at York (Pa.) * L, 8-1
Sept. 17 Gallaudet * W, 8-0
Sept. 19 at Marymount * L, 3-2
Sept. 25 at Villa Julie L, 3-2 OT
Oct. 2 Washington College W, 2-1 OT
Oct. 5 at Averett W, 7-0
Oct. 6 at St. Vincent W, 2-0
Oct. 10 at Mary Washington * T, 0-0
Oct. 12 at Curry W, 4-0
Oct. 14 at Mass-Boston ccd.
Oct. 15 Salisbury L, 2-0
Oct. 19 at Washington and Lee W, 4-3
Oct. 23 Wesley L, 4-2
Oct. 30 at St. Mary's (Md.) * L, 6-1
Nov. 1 at Goucher W, 2-1
Nov. 3 at St. Mary's % L, 2-0
Nov. 5 at Shenandoah W, 2-0

* Conference game
@ Shenandoah Tournament
% CAC Tournament
Home matches in bold

2002 Roster

No. Name Yr. Pos. Hometown/High School
2 Cameron Bassiri Fr. F Potomac, Md./Churchill
3 Curt Cannon Sr. M/F Kingston, Pa./Bishop Hoban
5 Ian Lawrence Fr. D Philadelphia, Pa./Kennedy-Kendrick
6 Daniel Kane So. M Salisbury, Md./Bennett
7 Dan Finn So. M Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton
8 Jack Reilly So. F Wayne, Pa./Devon Prep
9 Pat Hennessy Jr. M Poolesville, Md./Poolesville
10 Mike Rocchi Sr. F Philadelphia, Pa./Holy Ghost
11 Keith Cappo Sr. M Philadelphia, Pa./William Penn Charter
12 Andrew D'Agostino Jr. F Lynn, Mass./St. Mary's
13 Michael Corrigan Sr.. D/M Salisbury, Md./Bennett
14 Colin Burke Sr. M Philadelphia, Pa./Archbishop Ryan
15 Adam Kuemmel Sr. D Sound Beach, N.Y./Miller Place
16 Stephen Raab Fr. D/M East Williston, NY/Chaminade
17 Bryan Bennett Jr. M Glen Ridge, N.J./Glen Ridge
18 Chris Smith Fr. M Manassas, Va./Seton School
19 Matt Brideau Fr. D Fairfax Station, Va. /Bishop Ireton
20 Stephen Kelly So. M Williamsport, Pa./Loyal Township
21 Kevin Jackson So. D Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton
22 Miguel Jarquin-Moreland Fr. F University Park, Md./Northwestern
23 Michael Timmermans Fr. M Lincoln, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury
24 Pat Trunfulo Fr. D Philadelphia, Pa./Roman Catholic
25 David VanBenschoten Fr. M Concord, N.H./
26 Brian Guenther So. M Wall, N.J./St. Rose
27 John Schwartz So. M Northport, N.Y./ St. Anthony's
G Todd Magin Sr G Fredericksburg, Va./Courtland
G Emmett Callahan Fr. G --

Head Coach: Scott Racek (5th year)

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