2011 Men's Soccer

NCAA National Tournament:
Coker - Regional Semifinals (1st Round & Tourney Host)
Lees-McRae (1st Round)

Conference Carolinas Tournament Champion: Coker

Conference Carolinas Regular Season Champions:
Coker, Eastern Division & Lees-McRae, Western Division

2011 Standings

East Division Standings

 

Conference

 

Overall

 

GP

Record

Win %

PF

PA

 

GP

Record

Win %

PF

PA

Last 10

Streak

Coker

11

10-1

0.909

20

4

 

21

18-3

0.857

42

13

8-2

Lost 1

Barton

11

7-4

0.636

25

19

 

18

11-7

0.611

41

35

4-6

Lost 2

Queens (N.C.)

11

4-7

0.364

21

21

 

16

6-10

0.375

25

29

4-6

Lost 1

Mount Olive

11

4-7

0.364

19

37

 

18

6-12

0.333

31

55

4-6

Lost 3

Pfeiffer

11

2-8-1

0.227

14

25

 

17

3-13-1

0.206

17

37

2-7-1

Lost 1

St. Andrews

11

1-10

0.091

9

29

 

17

3-13-1

0.206

17

45

2-7-1

Lost 1

West Division Standings

 

Conference

 

Overall

 

GP

Record

Win %

PF

PA

 

GP

Record

Win %

PF

PA

Last 10

Streak

Lees-McRae

11

9-2

0.818

22

15

 

22

15-6-1

0.705

38

31

7-3

Lost 1

Limestone

11

7-4

0.636

36

14

 

19

12-7

0.632

58

30

6-4

Lost 1

Erskine

11

6-5

0.545

24

17

 

19

10-8-1

0.553

37

33

6-4

Lost 1

North Greenville

11

6-5

0.545

17

16

 

16

8-8

0.500

24

29

6-4

Lost 2

King (TN)

11

5-5-1

0.500

25

25

 

17

5-10-2

0.353

28

40

3-6-1

Lost 2

Belmont Abbey

11

4-7

0.364

15

25

 

18

6-11-1

0.361

26

42

3-6-1

Won 1

 

 

Men's Soccer Standings

 

 

Conference

 

Overall

 

GP

Record

Win %

PF

PA

 

GP

Record

Win %

PF

PA

Last 10

Streak

Coker

11

10-1

0.909

20

4

 

21

18-3

0.857

42

13

8-2

Lost 1

Lees-McRae

11

9-2

0.818

22

15

 

22

15-6-1

0.705

38

31

7-3

Lost 1

Limestone

11

7-4

0.636

36

14

 

19

12-7

0.632

58

30

6-4

Lost 1

Barton

11

7-4

0.636

25

19

 

18

11-7

0.611

41

35

4-6

Lost 2

Erskine

11

6-5

0.545

24

17

 

19

10-8-1

0.553

37

33

6-4

Lost 1

North Greenville

11

6-5

0.545

17

16

 

16

8-8

0.500

24

29

6-4

Lost 2

King (TN)

11

5-5-1

0.500

25

25

 

17

5-10-2

0.353

28

40

3-6-1

Lost 2

Queens (N.C.)

11

4-7

0.364

21

21

 

16

6-10

0.375

25

29

4-6

Lost 1

Belmont Abbey

11

4-7

0.364

15

25

 

18

6-11-1

0.361

26

42

3-6-1

Won 1

Mount Olive

11

4-7

0.364

19

37

 

18

6-12

0.333

31

55

4-6

Lost 3

Pfeiffer

11

2-8-1

0.227

14

25

 

17

3-13-1

0.206

17

37

2-7-1

Lost 1

St. Andrews

11

1-10

0.091

9

29

 

17

3-13-1

0.206

17

45

2-7-1

Lost 1

 

All-Conference Awards:

Men's All-Conference 1st-Team

Carlos Recinos, Coker -Forward

Erik Pajunk, Barton -Forward

Tom Winspear, King -Forward

James Galvani, Lees-McRae –Forward

Jack Kimber, Erskine -Midfielder

Larry Mahon, Limestone -Midfielder

Rommel Fondin, Coker –Midfielder

Luke Duffy, Lees-McRae -Defender

Fernando Bedoya, Coker -Defender

Atticus Lum, Coker –Defender

James Sweeney, Coker -Goalkeeper

 

Men's All-Conference 2nd-Team

Andrew Settlemire, Erskine -Forward

Jorge Mackenna, Limestone -Forward

Jack Bailey, Limestone –Forward

Jeremy Chambers, Queens -Midfielder

James Smith, Lees-McRae -Midfielder

Stephen Scrivens, Coker -Midfielder

Dante De Luca, Barton –Midfielder

Luke Staats, Lees-McRae -Defender

Jonathan Rutter, Erskine -Defender

James Burke, Limestone –Defender

Brian Riesenberg, Barton -Goalkeeper

 

 Men's All-Conference 3rd-Team

Felipe Netto, Queens -Forward

Vieux Sarr, Mount Olive -Forward

Danilo Matos, Barton –Forward

Tom McCready, Limestone -Midfielder

Bryce Ziada, Limestone -Midfielder

Fahret Salihovic, Pfeiffer –Midfielder

Jose Penaloza, Belmont Abbey -Defender

Luke Vernon, Pfeiffer -Defender

Mark Leslie, Limestone -Defender

Matthew Gwilt, Queens –Defender

Thomas Rusling, Lees-McRae -Goalkeeper

 

Men's Soccer Player of the Year

Carlos Recinos, Coker

 

Carlos Recinos has been one of the key components to Coker's successful season. Behind his team leading 13 goals, including nine game-winners, and nine assists, the Cobras are ranked No. 5 nationally and have captured their first ever Conference Carolinas Regular Season Championship.

 

Men's Soccer Freshman of the Year

Jorge Mackenna, Limestone

 

Jorge Mackeena put together a stellar freshman campaign after tallying nine goals and four assists for 22 points, playing a major role in Limestone finishing the regular season as the top-ranked offense in NCAA Division II. Mackeena served as the catalyst for the Saints this season, leading the team to a 7-0 record whenever he posted a goal.

 

Men's Soccer Coach of the Year

Paul Leese, Coker

 

In just his third year leading the Coker men, Head Coach Paul Leese has turned the Cobras into a national power. Ranked No. 5 nationally, Leese led the Cobras to their first ever Conference Carolinas Regular Season Championship this season.

Men's All-Tournament Team:
Tom McReady- Limestone College
Roberto De La Vina- Erskine College
James Smith- Lees-McRae College
Scott Hudgins- Lees-McRae College
Luke Duffy- Lees-McRae College
Alan Cuevas- Coker College
Brendan McCarron – Coker College
Niko Tirkkonen- Coker College
Tyler Staub- Coker College
Tournament MVP- Noah Lascell- Coker College

2011 Men’s & Women’s Soccer Tournament Championship (Archive) Link Page

2011 Men’s & Women’s Soccer Academic All-Conference Teams Link

2011 Fall Scholar Athletes of the Year Link

2011 Fall ‘Team Sportsmanship Award Winners’ Link

 

 

*Note: For all sports in 2011-12 season, St. Andrews was a scheduling partner only