A-Sun Men's Soccer Appears in Final NCAA Statistics

Monday, December 10, 2012

MACON, Ga. - With the conclusion of the 2012 NCAA Men's Soccer College Cup, six Atlantic Sun men's soccer student-athletes ranked in the top-30 of the NCAA final statistics.

ETSU's David Geno, the A-Sun Player of the Year, appeared in four categories as his 11 goals and 30 points put him among the nation's best. Mercer's Ryan King joined Geno in the total assists category as both totaled eight on the year - good for 30th nationally.

Four goalkeepers landed in several different categories as Mercer's Greg Ranjitsingh, USC Upstate's Dani Alvarado, Jacksonville's Gavin Carlin and North Florida's Brad Sienkiewicz represented the A-Sun.

Ranjitsingh posted the nation's 12th-best save percentage (.838) just ahead of Alvarado (.830) in 18th place. The duo joined Carlin in the total saves category, while Sienkiewicz earned the second-best saves per game average at 6.36.

A-Sun Men's Soccer in NCAA Top-30 Final Statistics
Student-Athlete (Team) Statistical Category
Ranking; Total
Brad Sienkiewicz (North Florida) Saves Per Game 2nd; 6.36
Greg Ranjitsingh (Mercer) Save Percentage
Total Saves
12th; 0.838
20th; 93
Dani Alvarado (USC Upstate) Save Percentage
Saves Per Game
Total Saves
18th; 0.830
21st; 5.18
27th; 88
David Geno (ETSU) Total Points
Points Per Game
Total Goals
Total Assists
22nd; 30
24th; 1.5
29th; 11
30th; 8
Gavin Carlin (Jacksonville) Total Saves
Saves Per Game
24th; 90
25th; 5
Ryan King (Mercer) Total Assists 30th; 8

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