Kevin Correa had an unbelievable season as he led the St. Francis Terriers to their first Northeast Conference championship in 15 years behind 13 goals in 16 games and it earned him a spot on the NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Third Team.
“Kevin had a fantastic season and deserves the recognition that he is receiving,” said Terrier coach Tom Giovatto, who was named the 2013 NSCAA All-North Atlantic Region Coach of the Year. “He has a bright future ahead of him and we are proud of his accomplishment, both individually and to the success of our team.”
The Terriers won the NEC title this year, but lost in the NCAA Tournament when Penn State beat them 1-0. Still, it was an amazing year as Correa was the first St. Francis student named All-America since Duke Shamo was named to the Second Team back in 1988.
Correa, a junior with 24 career goals for the Terriers, will be back next season along with captain Andy Cormack. The Terriers will be losing Gabriel Bagot, who was instrumental to this team’s success as the secondary scorer behind Correa.