ANNVILLE, Pa. - The Stevenson men's soccer team, who advanced to its first conference playoffs since 2011, had four players named to the All-Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Commonwealth teams, including junior DR Medtart and sophomore Tariq Lee who earned second team honors announced by the league on Friday.
The Mustangs, who had six all-conference selections in their first six seasons, earns the most all-conference selections since 2005 when the team competed in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC). Joining Medtart and Lee is sophomore Dylan Holy and freshman Matt Stellitano, who both earned honorable mention honors.
Medtart earns his first career honor after starting in all 20 games at midfield. The co-captain ranks second on the team with 15 points after entering the season with just seven in his first two seasons. Medtart netted four goals, including a score in the MAC Commonwealth First Round victory, while adding a team-high seven assists. The junior netted two game-winning goals.
Lee, the 2017 Rookie of the Year, earns his first all-conference selection. The sophomore started all 20 games at forward and ranks third on the team with 12 points on four goals and four assists. Lee netted two game-winning goals, including the overtime winner versus Arcadia in the conference opener.
Holy, who started in all 20 games on defense, receives his first postseason honor. The co-captain netted four goals, all coming off headers on set pieces. Holy, who has started all 36 games in his career, netted one game-winning goal this season.
Stellitano started in 18 of the team's 20 games in net, posting a 10-7-1 record. The rookie posted five shutouts, including two in conference play. Stellitano has posted a 1.06 goals against average, which ranks third in the league, while his 4.83 saves per game also ranks third.