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West Florida Once Again Chosen to Finish First

first_img Share School1st2nd3rd4th5th6thTotalWest Florida6—–36Montevallo15—-31Christian Brothers-231–25Alabama-Huntsville–42–22Ouachita Baptist—3-312Harding—14112Delta State—-339 Aug. 2, 2007BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Following their best season in school history that saw the Argonauts finishing third in the nation, West Florida is the unanimous choice to become the first back-to-back Gulf South Conference Champions since 1997, according to the 2007 GSC Pre-Season Coaches’ Poll that was released on Wednesday. It is the sixth-straight season the Argonauts were pick to finish first in the pre-season poll.West Florida received the all six first place votes and received the maximum 36 points. Similar to last season’s GSC Tournament, Montevallo, Christian Brothers and Alabama-Huntsville were all picked to make a return trip to Pensacola to play for the 2007 title. Ouachita Baptist and Harding tied for fifth in the pre-season poll for the second-consecutive season and Delta State rounds out the poll.West Florida also led all school with five selections on the Pre-Season All-GSC Team. Seniors Keith Savage and Okang Nkosi were selected to the pre-season squad for the season straight year. Savage, who earned five postseason awards in 2006, is coming off back-to-back selections to the All-GSC First Team. He totaled 28 points on 11 goals and six assists last season. Also joining them are Jimmy McHenry, Juan Garcia and Nolan Intermoia who were all named to the All-GSC Second team last season. Intermoia and Nkosi will return this year to anchor the Argonauts defense that has posted a 0.70 goals against average last season. McHenry was second on the team with 33 points on 11 goals and 11 assists last season. His 33 points ranked ninth and his 11 assists were tied for fifth in the single-season record book. Garcia was 10-0-1 with five shutouts last season. Garcia also stopped two big penalty kick in consecutive matches against Christian Brothers and Delta State during the Argonauts run last season. Freshmen Curtis Brasheir and Jason Ream were named as top newcomers.The GSC’s complete release may be found on the Men’s soccer homepage at gulfsouthconference.org. Print Friendly Versioncenter_img West Florida Once Again Chosen to Finish Firstlast_img read more

Tucker Dordevic ruled out for 2019 season with foot injury

first_img Published on February 13, 2019 at 2:25 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @MikeJMcCleary Dordevic aggravated a foot injury in a practice in the week following the Orange’s scrimmage against Yale. The injury will require “a procedure,” Desko said, and though rehabilitation will potentially give Dordevic enough time to return towards the end of the 2019 season, Desko expects the now-sophomore to use a medical redshirt season to maintain his three remaining years of eligibility.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We feel it’s a big loss for us,” Desko said.Dordevic started all 15 games in the midfield for the Orange as a freshman last season, the most starts by a true freshman offensive player in over a decade, per SU Athletics. He recorded 20 total points, including 15 goals and five assists.The Orange return to action Saturday for a matchup with Albany, following their first season-opening loss since 2013 last Saturday against Colgate. Comments Syracuse sophomore midfielder Tucker Dordevic has been ruled out for the season, SU head coach John Desko announced Wednesday afternoon. Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more