NEWTOWN, Pa.- The Men's Soccer team has placed six student-athletes on the EPAC (Eastern PA Athletic Conference) All-Conference Team.
Freshman Chris Clark (Morrisville, PA/Pennsbury) has been named First Team All-Conference. Forward Clark has scored 12 goals this season (ranked 19th in the Nation) and added 3 assists.
Midfielder Prince Boafo (Ghana) was named First Team All-Conference. Freshman Boafo has 5 assists this season and has been a big part of the defensive scheme for Bucks as the Centurions have a 1.73 goals allowed avergae and 4 shutouts. Prince has also been named EPAC Player of the Year.
Freshman Anthony Ritts (Newtown, PA/Council Rock South) was named First Team All-Conference. Defender Ritts has scored 4 goals on 7 shots with a shooting percentage of .571.
Forward Mohammed Abdul (Philadelphia, PA/Swenson) was named Second Team All-Conference. Sophomore Abdul has started 14 of 15 games for the Centurions and has scored 3 goals and made 6 assists. Mohammed is also 3 for 3 on penalty kicks this season.
Sophomore Jonathan Rodgers (Langhorne, PA/Neshaminy) was named Second Team All-Conference. Defender Rodgers is a huge contributor defensively and is one of the reasons the Centurions have a 1.73 goals allowed average and have posted 4 shutouts this season.
Goalkeeper Jorge Ramirez (Bensalem, PA/Bensalem) was named Second Team All-Conference. Freshman Ramirez has made 65 saves (ranked 21st in the Nation) with an .833 save percentage (13th in the Nation). Jorge has earned 8 wins (6th in the Nation) and has gone 3/1 on shutouts (18th in the Nation)
Bucks Men's Soccer has one regualr season game remaining on Tuesday, October 16th at home vs. Montgomery County Community College.