Men's Soccer Gets Two On All-West Region Team
CLAREMONT, Calif. – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) announced its All-West Region men's soccer team and two Claremont-Mudd-Scripps senior forwards in Harrison Doyle (CMC) and David Taylor (CMC) were named to the second team. The duo led the team to a SCIAC Tournament title and automatic bid to the NCAA Championships in each of their four seasons, including a 13-7-2 campaign in 2012.
Both Doyle and Taylor are four-time All-SCIAC selections, while Doyle has been selected to the All-West Region team multiple times. Taylor, a Brookline, Mass. native led the Stags in goals (13), game-winning goals (4) and assists (9) this season and totaled 29 goals and 19 assists over his career. His 13 goals and nine assists were both career-highs.
As for Doyle, he finished second on the team in goals (12) and tied for second in assists (5). The 2012 season marked the third time in his career that he scored 10 or more goals in a season. Over his four seasons he scored 39 goals and 10 assists.
Founded in 1941 and based in Kansas City, Kan., the NSCAA is the world's largest soccer coaches association that serves members at each level of soccer coaching. The NSCAA and its members recognize student-athletes at all levels with yearly awards such as All-Region, All-America and Scholar All-America. The NSCAA's awards program honors roughly 10,000 athletes annually. In addition, the NSCAA also administers national high school and college rankings programs.
All-West Region teams: http://www.nscaa.com/news/2012/12/2012-ncaa-division-iii-men-all-west-region