Sophomore forward Ethan Vanacore-Decker was also recognized on Monday
Goalkeeper Jacob Wagmeister was also named to the Honor Roll
Goalkeeper Jacob Wagmeister recorded a career-high six saves in the setback
The Huskies finished the season ranked No. 9 by the NSCAA
The Huskies allow a season-best one shot to the Bulldogs
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Started all 19 of UConn's game, finishing second on the team in points (15) and goals (6)... Also added three assists and was one of three UConn players to finish the year with at least two game-winners... Scored the game-winning goal against USF (Nov. 1) in the 29th minute to secure the American Athletic Conference regular season title for Connecticut... His six goals ranked sixth in the league and his 0.32 goals a game and 15 total points were the seventh-best mark... Named the American Athletic Conference Offensive Player on Nov. 3 following his game-winner against the Bulls... Scored three goals in Connecticut's five final regular season games... Finished the season second on the team in shots (55) and shots on goal (21).
AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 11 games, starting six and seeing 495 minutes on the field... Named the American Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week (Sept. 23) after scoring his first collegiate goal on a game-winning free kick against No. 10 Saint Louis (Sept. 21)... Finished the year with 12 shots and five shots on goal.
PRIOR TO UCONN: Played two years for head coach Chad Bridges at The Pennington School ... Scored 45 goals and tallied 27 assists in his final two years at Pennington, earning First Team All-State honors in 2011 and 2012 ... Voted as the Prep Player of the Year in Mercer County in each of the last two seasons and as the Area Player of the Year in 2012 ... Team advanced to the Mercer Country Tournament Finals in each of the last two seasons, winning the crown in 2012 ... Former member of the U15 National Team Pool and currently a part of the U20 Pool ... Competed in the U17 Residency Program.
PERSONAL: An exploratory major ... Born Oct. 6, 1994