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Spell Carr, Jacob Mann Named All-Region By United Soccer Coaches

Spell Carr, Jacob Mann Named All-Region By United Soccer Coaches

KANSAS CITY, MO -- Hampden-Sydney College senior midfielder Spell Carr/Clinton, NC has been selected to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches (USC) NCAA Division III All-South Atlantic Region First Team. He is the first Tiger since Michael Kraemer in 2004 to be named First Team All-Region.

Fellow senior and forward Jacob Mann/Mebane, NC was selected to the USC NCAA Division III All-South Atlantic Region team. This year marks the first time since 2009 that H-SC has had two players be named All-Region in the same season.

Carr started all 20 games this season scoring six goals with eight assists. The team captain, he led the in assists, while second in goals and points (16). Carr leads the ODAC in shots per game (3.75), while second in shots on goal per game (1.85) and fifth in assists per game (.35). He was recently named to the 2019 ODAC Men's Soccer All-Tournament Team after posting three assists and one goal in the Tigers' two games. Carr was recently named the 2019 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Player of the Year as well as a First Team All-ODAC selection.

"The awards have just kept on coming for Spell and this one is well deserved," said head coach Tommy DiNuzzo. "He's clearly one of the top players in the region and it's great to see him recognized accordingly. He's an excellent player, but an even better leader with the never say die attitude that exemplifies what Hampden-Sydney Soccer is all about."

Mann started 14 games while making 20 appearances for the Tigers this year. He led the team in goals with 10, while adding four assists. Mann was named the ODAC Men's Soccer Athlete of the Week on October 7. He ranks third in the conference in goals (10), fourth in points (24) and game-winning goals (3), and fifth in points per game (1.20) and goals per game (.50). Mann was also named to the 2019 All-ODAC First Team.

"Although Jacob scored 10 goals for us this year, his contribution to the team was much greater than that," mentioned DiNuzzo. "His movement in our attack made it very difficult for opposing teams back line's to get comfortable, and he held the ball up extremely well. Going from essentially being out for a year, to an All-Region player is exceptional and speaks to the type of young man Jacob is."

The complete 2019 USC NCAA Division III All-South Atlantic Region teams are listed below.

 

First Team

Pos.

Name

Class

School

Hometown

K

Kenny Kurtz

Jr.

University of Mary Washington

Katonah, N.Y.

D

Joe Brooks

Sr.

North Carolina Wesleyan College

Bristol, England

D

Justin Charkowski

Sr.

Ramapo College

Wayne, N.J.

D

Derek Cook

Sr.

Christopher Newport University

Yorktown, Va.

D

Tim Leuenberger

So.

Roanoke College

Basel, Switzerland

D

Michael Vogt

Jr.

Centre College

Wilder, Ky.

M

Josh Brower

Sr.

Covenant College

Birmingham, Ala.

M

Spell Carr

Sr.

Hampden-Sydney College

Clinton, N.C.

M

Andrew Grodhaus

Sr.

Oglethorpe University

Johns Creek, Ga.

M

Michael Knapp

So.

Montclair State University

Bloomfield, N.J.

M

Jesse Riggs

Sr.

Covenant College

Chesapeake, Va.

M

Gabriel Soriano

Sr.

University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, Va.

F

Khalid Balogun

Sr.

St. Mary's College of Maryland

Bowie, Md.

F

Joe Fala

Sr.

Ramapo College

Cape May Court House, N.J.

F

Alexander Garuba

Sr.

Centre College

Atlanta, Ga.

F

Ryan Marcano

Sr.

Oglethorpe University

Atlanta, Ga.

F

Baboucarr Njie

Jr.

North Carolina Wesleyan College

Washington, D.C.

         

Second Team

Pos.

Name

Class

School

Hometown

K

Paul Lemay

Sr.

Covenant College

Apopka, Fla.

D

Ben Ahrens

Sr.

University of Mary Washington

Richmond, Va.

D

Noah Lee

Jr.

Covenant College

Augusta, Ga.

D

Jack Rawlins

So.

Washington & Lee University

Springfield, Va.

D

Modou Sowe

Sr.

Rowan University

Harrison, N.J.

D

Christian Waegelin

Sr.

Oglethorpe University

Lisbon, Portugal

M

Gabe Alvarez

Sr.

Oglethorpe University

Knoxville, Tenn.

M

Matteo Costa

So.

North Carolina Wesleyan College

Lucca, Italy

M

Oliver Dolberg

Sr.

Washington & Lee University

Clovis, Calif.

M

Roshawn Panton

Jr.

St. Mary's College of Maryland

Bowie, Md.

M

Thompson Schollaert

So.

Sewanee-University of the South

Raleigh, N.C.

F

Will Collins

So.

Christopher Newport University

Richmond, Va.

F

Skyler Diggs

Jr.

Rutgers University-Camden

Delran, N.J.

F

Luke Mega

Fr.

University of Lynchburg

Glen Allen, Va.

F

Oscar Sanchez

Fr.

Montclair State University

Garfield, N.J.

F

Mercer Stout

So.

Covenant College

Signal Mountain, Tenn.

F

Jake Williamson

Sr.

Berry College

Roswell, Ga.

         

Third Team

Pos.

Name

Class

School

Hometown

K

Zach Behe

So.

Roanoke College

High Point, N.C.

D

Darnell Brown

Sr.

Rutgers University-Camden

Cinnamonson, N.J.

D

Seth Chapman

So.

Washington & Lee University

Williamston, Mich.

D

Frankie DiOrio

Sr.

Randolph College

Bristow, Va.

D

Ian Johnson

Sr.

Montclair State University

Morristown, N.J.

D

Johnny McNeill

Sr.

Sewanee-University of the South

Raleigh, N.C.

M

Joe Alba

So.

Rutgers University-Newark

Union City, N.J.

M

Samuel Bass

Fr.

Washington & Lee University

Charlotte, N.C.

M

Mamadou Jallow

Sr.

North Carolina Wesleyan College

Brikama, Gambia

M

Ben Mackey

Jr.

University of Lynchburg

Leesburg, Va.

M

Jordan Saling

Sr.

William Paterson University

Haledon, N.J.

F

Liam Camilleri

So.

Roanoke College

Cary, N.C.

F

Matt Hendrickson

Jr.

Rowan University

Sewell, N.J.

F

Jeremy Hokenson

Jr.

University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, Va.

F

Jacob Mann

Sr.

Hampden-Sydney College

Mebane, N.C.

F

Johnny Rakhmonberdiev

Jr.

Maryville College

Sevierville, Tenn.

F

Penny Senior

So.

Randolph-Macon College

Kingston, Jamaica