Courtesy of Catholic, Drew, Elizabethtown, and Scranton Athletic Communications
KANSAS CITY, Mo.- Six Landmark men's soccer players were named to the 2018 United Soccer Coaches (USC) NCAA Division III All-Mid-Atlantic Region Team.
Elizabethtown College's Gilbert Waso earned First Team honors for the third time in his career, and fourth time overall. The senior was a Second Team selection in 2017. Waso, the three-time Landmark Player of the Year and two-time All-American, finished his career ninth all-time in scoring after recording 115 points (44 goals, 27 assists) in 78 games.
For the second year in a row, junior forward Aidan Cserhat of the Drew University men's soccer team has earned a spot on the United Soccer Coaches (USC) Division III All-Mid-Atlantic Region Team. Cserhat landed second-team honors after posting another prolific offensive season. He racked up 38 points on 16 goals and six assists, leading the Landmark Conference in both goals and points. Earlier this month, Cserhat also picked up First Team All-Landmark Conference honors for the second year in a row. In just two seasons as a Ranger, Cserhat ranks 11th in school history in both goals (36) and points (83).
Catholic University men's soccer senior midfielder Brian Galfond, junior defender Mike Narzikul, and sophomore forward Ben Alexander have been selected to the NCAA Division III Men's 2018 All-Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team.
Galfond led the Catholic offense with 14 points on four goals and six assists. He scored in big moments, notching three gamewinners, including goals against conference rivals Scranton and Moravian. Hailing from Gaithersburg, Md., Galfond started 17 games as an attacking midfielder.
Narzikul started all 16 games in which appeared for the Cardinals. As an outside-back, the Media, Pa., native went 1-on-1 with right-wing attackers and created chances on the offensive end. Narzikul helped Catholic to an overall league goals-against average of .57, a season that included eight shutouts. From the backline, he took ten shots and recorded two assists.
Alexander scored a team-high six goals in his first season with the Cardinals. The forward from Bel Air, Md. also fired in three gamewinning goals. Starting in 15 matches, Alexander added one assist and led the team with 47 shots.
Junior midfielder Jon Roberts of The University of Scranton men's soccer team enjoyed an outstanding season for the Royals this past fall. His accomplishments were recognized as he was named to All-Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team. A First Team All-Landmark Conference honoree this fall, Roberts was a menace to the defenses of Scranton's opponents as he led the team in scoring with 14 points on four goals, which tied for the team-lead, and six assists, tops among all Royals' players. He fired off a team-leading 37 shots with 21 shots on goal while starting all 16 games for Scranton.