Bordentown player among BCC athletes recognized
Oct 24, 2014 06:32AM ● Published by Community News Service
BCC women's soccer player Joan Logan, of Jobstown, was among several BCC soccer players recognized, including Andrew Morris of Bordentown.
Andrew Morris of Bordentown, a sophomore goalkeeper/forward on Burlington County College’s men’s soccer team was named First Team All-Region along with fellow players, Orlando Neto of Fairview and Charlie McAskill, an English student.
The players were among many BCC athletes recognized for their sport.
student-athletes, the majority of whom are freshman, on Burlington County
College’s (BCC) women’s and men’s soccer teams were named to the All-Garden
State Athletic Conference (GSAC) Division I Teams and All-Region XIX Division I
Other men’s soccer players were recognized. Earning a spot in the Second Team All-Region are Shaiekh Bangura, Jr., a freshman forward from Hamilton, Nick Cristea, a freshman defender from Medford, and Komlan Kouhiko, a freshman defender from Silver Spring, Maryland. Neto, Bangura, and Kouhiko are also included in this year’s Men’s Soccer All-GSAC Team Division I.
Several student-athletes, the majority of whom are freshman, on Burlington County College’s (BCC) women’s and men’s soccer teams were named to the All-Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) Division I Teams and All-Region XIX Division I Teams.
Logan of Jobstown was named Women’s Soccer Player of the Year. Excelling in her
first year as a Lady Baron, Logan, a freshmen and forward, is setting new
records at the college—most number of goals in a season, which she exceed by
two for a record of 22, and most goals scored in a game, five. In addition to
being the Player of the Year and the top player in the region, she was also
named to First Team All-GSAC and First Team All-Region.
With an 11-4 record, the women earned top seed in the Region XIX tournament, which begins at BCC on Tuesday, Oct. 28. They ended their regular season with a perfect record against their conference.
Other Lady Barons named to First Team All-GSAC include Allison Paonessa, a freshmen midfielder from West Berlin, and Ainhoa Clemente, a freshmen defender from Spain. Second Team All-GSAC includes Allie Rabinowicz, a freshman midfielder from Marlton, and Amber Mears, a freshman defender from Browns Mills. Paonessa and Mears were also named First Team All-Region, and Rabinowicz and Clemente earned a spot on the Second Team All-Region.
The men’s team (8-4) finished their regular season in a three-way tie atop the division and will enter the regional tournament, to begin Saturday, Oct. 25, as the third seed.
Men will travel to Mercer to face the Mercer County Community College Vikings on Oct. 25 at noon. Women will host the winner of No. 5 seed County College of Morris and No. 4 seed Harcum College at home on Oct. 28 at 2:30 p.m.
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