ESF Student-Athletes and Coaches Win Awards
12 student-athletes garner All-American honors
Members of the ESF men's and women's soccer and cross country teams were named All-Americans by the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA).
From the men's cross-country, named first team All-Americans were graduate student Timothy Callahan, junior Thomas Arcuri and junior Stephen Slonosky. Named second team All-American was sophomore Reed Scott. From the women's cross-country team freshman Camila Ferguson-Sierra and senior Cambria Ziemer were named second team All-Americans.
From the women's soccer team, named first team All-Americans were sophomore goal keeper Kiki Hilmer sophomore midfielder Heather Carl and senior midfielder Ashley Miller. Junior midfielder Bryony Striffler was named second team All-American. For the men's soccer team, junior midfielder Dan Mcgraw was named first team All-American were and senior forward Kyle Bardwell was named second team All-American.
All-Americans are nominated by their coaches and then voted on by coaches in the USCAA.
ESF men's and women's cross country head coach John View was named the 2014 USCAA Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year. View lead the men's cross country to its fourth straight USCAA cross country national championship.
ESF men's and women's soccer head coach Dan Ramin was named the 2014 USCAA Women's Soccer Coach of the Year. Ramin guided the women's soccer team to 12-1 record and a #2 seed in the USCAA Soccer National Tournament.
The following student-athletes were named to the All-Academic team (upperclassmen with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher):
Men's Cross Country:
Women's Cross Country:
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