ASTON, Pa. – The Rosemont College men’s soccer team placed one player each on the All-CSAC Second Team, the All-CSAC Honorable Mention Team and the All-CSAC Sportsmanship Team.
Junior Luke McIlvaine (Feasterville, Pa./Neshaminy) had to sit out five games due to an injury, but still managed to put together a fine season to earn a spot on the All-CSAC Second Team. McIlvaine scored six goals to lead the team this year. He scored a hat trick against Gwynedd Mercy and led the team with 13 points.
Freshman Ansu Corneh (Upper Darby, Pa./Upper Darby) got some attention from his opponents this season, showing his speed in opening up scoring chances for Rosemont. Corneh’s efforts earned him a spot on the All-CSAC Honorable Mention Team.
Junior Don Tees (Upper Chichester, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara) was named by Head Coach Will Nord as Rosemont's representative on the CSAC All-Sportsmanship Team for men’s soccer. The All-Sportsmanship team is comprised of one member from each CSAC institution's team that has displayed good sportsmanship throughout the season. Each institution's coach nominates the student-athlete to be named to the team. Tees was a stalwart on defense for Rosemont this season.