Five others from Lesley earn NECC honors
Tuesday, November 06, 2012
A three-time all-NECC selection, Sinanis is among the league leaders with five goals and three assists in league play.
Lesley goalkeeper Nigel Leahy (New Paltz, N.Y.) was also honored as the conference Goalkeeper of the Year. The senior allowed just three goals over six league contests for a 0.54 goals against average making 13 saves on the season.
Lesley head coach Paul Vasconcelos was honored by his peers as the league’s top coach after guiding the Lynx to an undefeated 7-0 mark in conference play this season. The Lynx also garnered the league’s Sportsmanship Award.Four other Lynx players earned All-Conference accolades. Seniors Jonathan Jones Takano (Tokyo, Japan) and Sean Randall (Fremont, Calif.) were also named First Team All-Conference along with Sinanis and Leahy.
Takano appeared in 17 games finishing the season with 4 goals and 1 assist. Randall helped anchor a Lynx defense that led the NECC in goals against average with a miniscule 1.16 average.
Senior Darius Koep (Pittstown, N.J.) and sophomore Jordan Santos (Middlebury, Conn.) were each selected to the Second Team All-Conference squad. Santos finished the season with 1 goal and 4 assists while Koep finished with 4 goals and 1 assist.
2012 NECC Men’s Soccer All-Conference Teams
Player of the Year - Ari Sinanis, Lesley (Sr., F - Guilford, Conn.)
Goalkeeper of the Year - Nigel Leahy, Lesley (Sr, GK - New Paltz, N.Y.)
Rookie of the Year - Gerard Lawler, Elms (Fr, M - Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia)
Coach of the Year - Paul Vasconcelos, Lesley
Team Sportsmanship Award - Lesley University
Adam O’Grady Elms (Jr., F - Somers, Conn.) F Pierre Massena, Southern Vt (Jr., F - West Milford, N.J.) F Ari Sinanis, Lesley (Sr., F - Guilford, Conn.) F Steve Tavares, Regis (Sr., F - Bellingham, Mass.) M J.Jones takano, Lesley (Sr., M - Tokyo, Japan) M Gerard Lawler, Elms (Fr, M - Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia) M Shaundize Moosavizadeh, Newbury (Sr., M - Winchester, Mass.) D Alex Chappell, Newbury (Sr. D - East Haddam, Conn.) D Elliot Kilgore, Daniel Webster (Sr. D - Milford, N.H.) D Sean Randall, Lesley (Sr., D - Fremont, Calif.) GK Nigel Leahy, Lesley (Sr, GK - New Paltz, N.Y.)
Rodriquez Pierre, Newbury (So, F - Somerville, Mass.) F Milton Ricaurte, Newbury (So, F - Central Falls, R.I.) F Jordan Santos, Lesley (So, F - Middlebury Conn.) F Frank Williams, Mitchell (So, F - Westerly, R.I.) M Angel Aguilar, Regis (Jr., M - Sliver Spring, Md.) M Darius Koep, Lesley (Sr., M - Pittstown, N.J.) M Zachary Simmons, Mitchell (Jr., M - Conventry, Conn.) D Howie Johnson, Mitchell (Sr., D - New London, Conn.) D Connor Murray, Southern Vt. (Sr., D - Litchfield, Conn.) D Connor O’Grady, Elms (Fr. D - Somers, Conn.) GK Stefan Todorovic, Regis (Jr., GK - Los Angeles, Calif.)
Erik Argueta, Southern Vt. (So., M - Pico Rivera, Calif) Andrew Donovan, Daniel Webster (Sr. D - Milford, N.H.) Anthony Nitri, Elms (So., D - Feeding Hills, Mass.) Joe Pellegrini, Elms (Fr., D - Somers, Conn.) Ramazan Sinani, Mitchell (So., GK - Waterbury, Conn.)
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