Mallace Earns Second Team All-BIG EAST Honors

Nov. 11, 2010

MILWAUKEE -- Marquette University junior midfielder Calum Mallace was named Second Team All-BIG EAST Conference the league announced Thursday.

Mallace led the Golden Eagles with 18 points this season, which came on a team high six goals and six assists. It's the most points scored by an MU player in a single season since Chris Lee tallied 23 points in 2004. Mallace leads the BIG EAST in shots (71) and was one of three MU players to appear in all 19 matches.

Marquette finished the season with an overall record of 7-8-4 (3-4-2 BIG EAST). The Golden Eagles made their first-ever appearance in the BIG EAST quarterfinals after a 3-1 upset at St. John's in the opening round of the conference tournament. Mallace assisted on MU's first goal and scored in the 80th minute to secure the victory over the Red Storm.

The Torphichen, Scotland, native was credited with three game-winning goals in 2010, notching the decisive tally in wins over Florida Gulf Coast, Wisconsin and Syracuse. His seven career game-winners ranks fourth all-time at MU.

Mallace is MU's active career leader in points (27), goals (10), shots (147) and shots on goal (57). He is the first MU player to garner BIG EAST postseason accolades since the Golden Eagles joined the league in 2005.

BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Awards

First Team
Carlos Alvarez, MF, Connecticut
Austin Berry, B, Louisville 
Jeb Brovsky, MF, Notre Dame 
*Tony Cascio, F, Connecticut
Ian Christianson, MF, Georgetown
Nick DeLeon, MF, Louisville 
Josh Ford, GK, Connecticut  
Matt Marcin, MF, Providence
*Steven Perry, F, Notre Dame 
Colin Rolfe, F, Louisville 
Tadeu Terra, MF, St. John’s
*unanimous First Team Selection



Second Team^
Antonio Aguilar, MF, DePaul
Bernardo Anor, MF, USF 
Matt Bahner, MF, Cincinnati 
Stephane Diop, MF, Connecticut
Raymon Gaddis, B, West Virginia
Zach Johnson, GK, West Virginia
Calum Mallace, MF, Marquette 
Dylan Mares, MF, Louisville 
Brayan Martinez, MF, Seton Hall
Aaron Maund, B, Notre Dame 
Javed Mohammed, B, USF
Steve Neumann, MF, Georgetown
Dillon Powers, MF, Notre Dame
Abel Sebele, MF, West Virginia
^additional players due to point total ties 

Third Team^
Jeff Attinella, GK, USF 
Paolo DelPiccolo, MF, Louisville
Greg King, B, Connecticut 
Connor Lade, B, St. John’s
Alex Mangan, F, DePaul 
Leston Paul, MF, USF
Dylan Renna, F, Villanova 
Yannick Salmon, MF, Rutgers
Jossimar Sanchez, MF, Connecticut
Dom Sarle, F, St. John’s 
Eric Schoenle, B, West Virginia 
Hasani Sinclair, F, USF
Kenney Walker, MF, Louisville
Matt Williams, GK, Cincinnati
^additional players due to point total ties

All-Rookie Team
Rafael Diaz, GK, St. John’s
Joey Dillon, MF, Georgetown
Mamadou Diouf, F, Connecticut
Andrew Jean-Baptiste, B, Connecticut
Dylan Mares, MF, Louisville
Steve Neumann, MF/F, Georgetown
Leston Paul, MF, USF
Dylan Renna, F, Villanova
Dom Sarle, F, St. John’s
Joseph Schmid, MF, Villanova
Harrison Shipp, F, Notre Dame

Offensive Player of the Year
Tony Cascio, Connecticut

Defensive Player of the Year
Austin Berry, Louisville

Midfielder of the Year
Ian Christianson, Georgetown

Goalkeeper of the Year
Josh Ford, Connecticut

Rookie of the Year
Dylan Mares, Louisville

Coaching Staff of the Year

Team Fair Play Award
St. John’s


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