Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Four St. Scholastica men's soccer players have been named to the all-North Region team by the National Soccer Coaches' Association of America (NSCAA), it was announced on Monday afternoon.
Senior Joe Watt was named to the all-North Region second team, while juniors Andrew Jenkins and Ben Cullen joined sophomore Tom Corcoran in earning second team honors.
Watt set a single-season NCAA Division III record this year with 33 assists, and he also scored 20 goals to finish second in the nation with 73 total points. His 159 career points set a new program record.
Jenkins was another part of a star-studded Saints offense, scoring a single-season program record 33 goals this year en route to leading the nation with 76 total points. His 65 career goals through just three seasons are already a new program record.
Cullen, meanwhile, was part of a very consistent defensive unit for the Saints that allowed just 12 goals all season. He was somewhat involved offensively, as well, finishing the year with seven assists.
Corcoran, also a part of that dominant back line, was second in the nation this year with 27 goals scored and set a new program record with six hat tricks on the year.
St. Scholastica posted an overall record of (17-3-3) this season and earned a third straight appearance in the NCAA Division III tournament.