Kingsport, TN—The St. Andrews University fall athletic teams were all honored Wednesday evening at various conference athletic banquets where the All-Conference teams and All-Academic teams were announced.
The men's soccer team, which plays their conference semifinal game later today at 4 pm attended their annual banquet last night in Dayton, TN where 3 of their athletes were honored for their athletic achievement and 11 were honored for making the all-academic team, which was more than any team in the conference.
Making the All-Conference first team was sophomore forward Zimiso Stewart and his team leading 10 goals and 24 points while stud freshman defender Laurin Michaelis made the all-conference second team. Junior forward Caio Liberatti was also named to the all-conference third team.
To qualify for the all-conference academic team, an athlete has to have a 3.25 cumulative GPA and be a sophomore, junior or senior. Leading the team for the Knights was junior goalkeeper Conor Moloney and his 3.88 GPA, junior Preston Rolle (3.75), junior Ben Farwell (3.74), sophomore Logi Maredi (3.68), junior defender Brandon Standridge (3.52), sophomore GK Chase Keeney (3.5), senior defender Ben Parr (3.46), Liberatti (3.44), junior forward Caio Lima (3.43), sophomore Joey McDonald (3.36), and finally junior Edson Quinarelli (3.34). Again, St. Andrews led the conference in most academic all-conference members, another great feat to be proud of in their late season success.
Making the all-academic team for women's soccer was senior Katie Jasklulski, junior Rebekah Webster and sophomore Brittany Roberts while sophomore Hayley Peck was named to the all-conference second team and sophomore midfielder Miranda Kearney was named to the all-conference third team.
On the volleyball all-academic team four Lady Knights were honored and they include juniors Taylor Clay and Ashleigh Fritter and sophomores Alexis Cordova and Raven Prather.
Senior middle blocker Kendelyn Wheaton was also named to the all-conference second team as she leads the Knights in kills and blocks.
The Volleyball team is playing Bryan College today at 11 am in the conference quarterfinals.