Men’s Soccer Lands Five on All-League Teams
November 15, 2012
The men’s soccer coaches of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) selected five Guilford College students to the 2012 all-league teams, the most in the Quakers’ 22 seasons of league membership.
Freddy Gomez ’13, Ronnie Castellanos ’13 and Drew Gunter ’13 earned First Team All-ODAC recognition. Freddy won the honor for the third straight season.
Greg Carnovale ’13 and Michael MacVane ’14 received Third Team All-ODAC recognition.
Freddy, a 5-6 midfielder, started 15 of 18 games and tallied a career-high 12 goals on the year, which ranks 11th in school history. He also had one assist for 25 points on the season, the best mark on the squad.
He led the ODAC with 1.67 points and 0.80 goals per game. His best appearances came against Averett University Sept. 2 and versus conference-rival Emory & Henry College Oct. 3, when he scored two goals in both of the Quakers’ wins.
In his 71 career games as a Quaker, Freddy netted 42 goals and 12 assists, which rank second and ninth in school history, respectively. His 96 career points stand third all-time at Guilford. He earned first-team honors for the third straight season after receiving Second Team All-ODAC recognition as a freshman. Gomez plans to graduate in May with a degree in Spanish.
Ronnie, a 5-5 midfielder, started 17 games for the Quakers this season. He scored two goals and contributed five assists, which ranked first on the team and 10th in school history. He led the ODAC in assists while scoring at least one point in seven different games.
In his 67 career games at Guilford, Ronnie totaled 47 career points on 17 goals and 13 assists. He leaves ranked 11th among the Quakers’ career scoring leaders and seventh in career assists. He intends to graduate in the spring with degrees in accounting and Spanish.