Fall college sports notes

By on November 25, 2012

by Warren Kozereski

•Hilton grad and Cortland sophomore Tim Beauvais was named the men’s soccer ALL-SUNYAC Second Team goalkeeper while Brockport freshman Collin Goettel (Spencerport) was named to the Third Team on defense.

•Midfielder Annie Terilli from Brockport was named Third Team All-SUNYAC in women’s soccer.

•Former Spencerport Ranger Brandon Bianchi scored one of two goals to help Roberts Wesleyan’s men’s soccer team advance to the NCCAA National Championship, which will be held November 28 – December 1 in Kissimmee, Fla.

•Junior forward Brittany Kinmond (Spencerport) was selected to the 2012 East Coast Conference Women’s Soccer All-Conference Second Team. After transferring to Roberts Wesleyan from Syracuse University this season, led the Redhawks with 28 points (10 goals, 8 assists) and also led with six game winning goals.

•Roberts Wesleyan sophomore forward Michael Cunningham was named to the 2012 East Coast Conference All-Conference Second Team. Cunningham paced the Redhawks with a team-high 23 points (9 goals, 5 assists) this season. The forward from Derbyshire, England also picked up a game-winning goal against Buffalo State on September 26

•Former Churchville-Chili hockey goaltender Dylan Niewiemski earned a roster spot with the SUNY Oswego club hockey team. He was the Greater Rochester Player of the Year in 2011 and was the Class B West player of the year for the past two years.

•College at Brockport sophomores Jessica Senek and Jamie Snyder were named First Team All-SUNYAC West Division while junior Hannalee Fordyce was a second team choice.

•Roberts Wesleyan women’s volleyball sophomore Jordan Wilson was named East Coast Conference All-Conference First Team with classmate Kendall Havener Second Team. Maggie Concannon was conference Rookie of the Year and co-head coaches Jon and Kristen Meyers were named Coaches of the Year.

•College at Brockport sophomore Rachel Malone became the first female in Brockport cross country history to earn All-American honors after the sophomore placed 34th at the 2012 NCAA Division III Championship in Terre Haute, IN.

•The College at Brockport Women’s Soccer head coach Joan Schockow was name SUNYAC Coach of the Year. Schockow led the Golden Eagles to a 14-2-2 overall record and the No. 1 seed in the SUNYAC Tournament in 2012. Schockow put together one of the most successful seasons in program history, leading the Golden Eagles to a 7-1-1 regular season conference record to earn the team’s first-ever SUNYAC regular season championship.

•Ten players from The College at Brockport Football team were selected to the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) All-Conference teams. Quarterback Joe Scibilia earned first-team honors along with his top two receivers in Andrew Mrozek and Jake Spalik. The three Golden Eagles were a part of the top offensive team in the NJAC in 2012, racking up a league-leading 476.4 yards of offense per game. The last time Brockport put three players on the first-team All-NJAC was 2009.

Tyrone Nichols was named to the offensive second-team along with two offensive linemen, Bruce Doyle and Ben Woolston.

Derek DeCandia and Colby Morabito (Hilton) were named to the second-team defense while linebacker John O’Hagan and offensive lineman Zach Roberts were named to the honorable mention team.

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