WATERVILLE, Maine – The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) has announced their All-Conference teams as senior Tevin Reid (Dorchester, Mass.) has been named to the All-NAC First Team, senior Nawfal El-Antri (Dorchester, Mass.) and junior Adam LaBrie (Yarmouth, Maine) to the All-NAC Second Team, and sophomore Jack Gallagher (Camden, Maine) to the Sportsmanship Team.
Reid followed up his strong junior season by making the First Team after earning Second Team honors a year ago. The senior was one of three Terriers who started in all 18 games this season. Reid scored four goals and chipped in with seven assists for 15 points, tying for second on the team. His team-high seven assists placed him fourth overall in the conference.
After leading the NAC in goals last season, LaBrie finished his junior year with 17 games played, a team-high nine goals, two assists, and a team-high 20 points. For his career, the junior forward has 37 goals and eight assists for a total of 82 points.
El-Antri stepped into a key role for his senior season to control the Terriers' midfield. The senior recorded four goals and five assists throughout the year for 13 points, placing him fourth on the team.
Gallagher played in 16 games on defense for the Terriers this season, recording four goals along with an assist. The NAC Men's Soccer Sportsmanship Team is reserved for those who have distinguished themselves through demonstrated acts of sportsmanship and ethical behavior. The honorees are individuals who have positively affected the soccer culture and environment and whose behavior clearly demonstrates sportsmanship and integrity that go beyond the playing rules and etiquette.
The Terriers finished the season 8-9-1 (6-2-1) overall under Head Coach Chris Parsons. The team fell in the NAC Quarterfinals on Sunday to Maine Maritime, 2-1, failing to make the championship round for the first time since 2011.
2017 Men's Soccer All-Conference Teams
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F - Seraphin Iradukunda, Freshman, Castleton
F - Denali Sexton, Senior, Colby-Sawyer
F - Michael Skarbelis, Senior, New England College
M - Eddie Garcia, Senior, Colby-Sawyer
M - Tevin Reid, Senior, Thomas
M - Fidele Rutayisire, Sophomore, Castleton
M - Cooper Valinski, Sophomore, New England College
D - Carter Adams, Freshman, New England College
D - Noah Camelo, Junior, Colby-Sawyer
D - Thomas Kirk, Junior, Castleton
GK - Aaron Parker, Senior, Castleton
F - Dominic Caforia, Senior, Johnson
F - Adam LaBrie, Junior, Thomas
F - Jake Sykes, Senior, Colby-Sawyer
M - Ike Doiron, Senior, Maine Maritime
M - Nawfal El-Antri, Senior, Thomas
M - Jack Kingdon, Sophomore, Castleton
D - Evan Backus, Sophomore, Maine Maritime
D - Gage Kennedy, Senior, Husson
D - Andrew Longhurst, Sophomore, UMaine-Farmington
D - Anthony Romeo, Junior, Colby-Sawyer
GK - Tenzin Khenrab, Senior, New England College
Player of the Year
Denali Sexton, Senior, Colby-Sawyer
Defensive Player of the Year
Thomas Kirk, Junior, Castleton
Rookie of the Year
Seraphin Iradukunda, Freshman, Castleton
Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year
Josh Bellomo, Senior, Husson
Coach of the Year
John O'Connor, Fifth Season, Castleton
Derek Blouin, Senior, Castleton
Jarod Croteau, Freshman, Johnson
Jack Gallagher, Sophomore, Thomas
Saker Ghanayem, Senior, Husson
Abukar Hassan, Junior, Lyndon
Michael Pingree, Sophomore, UMaine-Farmington
Anthony Romeo, Junior, Colby-Sawyer
Sina Samali, Senior, New England College
Tom Samson, Senior, Maine Maritime
Griffin Shelor, Senior, Green Mountain