Seven Stags Named To All-SCIAC Soccer Teams
The SCIAC has released its 2011 All-Conference Team Awards, and the 2011 SCIAC Champion Stags have seven players recognized for their contributions this season. Harrison Doyle, Daniel Price, David Taylor, and Sam Ullman were name to 1st Team All-SCIAC, with teammates Eric Bean, Jared Bernstein, and Jaison Kimura receiving 2nd Team honors.
Doyle finishes his third season with the Stags. Appearing in 21 games and starting 20 of those, Doyle contributed 13 goals and four assists to the SCIAC Champions. Two of his goals were game winners. Harrison has been an instrumental part of the Stags offensive success since his arrival at CMC in 2009.
Joining him is defender Daniel Price, a second year athlete at CMS. Price appeared in 22 games, starting 20. Price contributed two assists while contributing to a defensive unit that only conceded 27 goals for a season GAA of 1.22.
David Taylor, junior midfielder, appeared in 19 games and started 17 of those. Taylor added seven goals and five assists to the Stag offense that tallied 65 goals over the season for a goals per game average of 2.95. Three of Taylor's goals would prove to be game winners.
Sam Ullman, senior midfielder, is the fourth Stag named to the SCIAC 1st Team. Appearing in 22 games and starting 20, Ullman also tallied seven goals along with four assists to the Stags NCAA qualifying efforts this season. He contributed one game winning goal and scored a PK against Whittier in the team's 4-0 victory in the SCIAC semifinal.
Senior defender Eric Bean received 2nd Team honors from the midfield position. Bean appeared in 20 games and started eight of those. Yet another member of an explosive offensive team, Bean added six goals, including the game tying header against Redlands in the SCIAC Championship game and two game winners.
Junior forward Jared Bernstein also received 2nd Team honors as he contributed 10 goals and six assists in 22 appearances, 18 of which were starts. He notched one game winning goal and converted a PK over the season. Bernstein scored a hat-trick in CMS' big win over La Verne 8-1.
Freshman defender Jaison Kimura, receiving 2nd Team honors, appeared and started all 22 games this season. He contributed one assist and was an important member of the strong Stag defensive unit that routinely kept opponents off the board.