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Four JWU Men's Soccer Players Earn All-SCAC Recognition

Four JWU Men's Soccer Players Earn All-SCAC Recognition

DENVER - Four members of the Johnson & Wales men's soccer team were recognized in the 2018 All-SCAC postseason awards that were released by the conference Thursday. Awards were based on a vote by coaches from the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.  

Freshman defender Kyle Hernandez led the accolades with a spot on the all-conference second team. A product of Grandview High School in Aurora, Colo., Hernandez received one vote for the defensive player of the year after helping the Wildcats post four shutouts to rank sixth in the league. 

Junior midfielder Oscar Elias, sophomore forward Emad Bashir-Mohammed and freshman goalie Brandon Coder each received honorable mention. 

A native of Lake Elsinor, Calif., Elias was tied for fourth in the SCAC with two game-winning goals. Mohammed, a product of George Washington High School originally from Sudan, ranked second on the team with three goals and tied for first with two assists. A product of Silver Creek High School in Longmont, Colo., Coder ranked second in the conference with 5.3 saves per game, fifth in shutouts with three and recorded a .734 save percentage.

For a full list of the All-SCAC awards, vistit SCACSports.com.