Hunter Brown was named a USILA Third-Team All-American while Ian Levin was picked to the Honorable Mention team on Wednesday. Brown is the first player to be named a Third-Team All-American or higher since Kyle Jett was a second teamer in 2010.
Both Levin and Brown broke the previous school record for points in a season (78). Brown recorded 87 points, breaking the school record assists with 44 and the record for season midfielder points. His 44 assists were the 15th most in the nation this season while his 87 points were good for 21st. He contributed 22 points in five postseason games and was Named First-Team All-ODAC.
Levin finished the year with 91 points on 34 assists (fifth most in school history) and a school-record 57 goals. He tallied 25 points in five postseason contests, including eight on four goals and four assists vs. Salisbury. Levin ranked 13th in Division III in total points and 23rd in goals scored. He was also named to ODAC All-Tournament Team and the All-ODAC First Team.