The St. Francis Terriers soccer team had an amazing year as they won their first Northeast Conference title in 15 years and three of their top players were honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) on Wednesday. Kevin Correa and Andy Cormack were named to the NSCAA All-North Atlantic Region First Team and Gabriel Bagot was named to the Second Team.
Correa, a junior from Flushing, had 13 goals in 16 games this season, leading the team for the second year in a row. It was also the second time that he was named to the All-NSCAA team. Correa’s biggest goals came down the stretch for the Terriers as he scored a big goal against LIU Brooklyn to help put them into the playoffs and then two big goals against Central Connecticut and then another two goals to win the NEC tournament against Bryant. With four goals in the playoffs, he was named the NEC tournament’s MVP and made the All-Tournament team.
Cormack, a junior from Plymouth, England, was honored for the first time. He led a defensive squad that allowed just 14 goals during the regular season and also had the game-winning goal against Bryant to win the NEC Tournament.
Bagot, a senior from Manhattan, made the All-NSCAA team for the third year in a row. He had eight goals in 18 games this season and finished his Terrier career with 25 goals which is 10th on the school’s all-time list.