Maryland JUCO Announces Fall All Conference Teams

BALTIMORE -- The Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference (Maryland JUCO) today announced its 2016 fall season All Conference award recipients. A total of 78 student athletes representing 13 member institutions earned All Maryland JUCO honors.

Men's Soccer
The Community College of Baltimore County Essex (CCBC Essex) lead the way with five student athletes, followed by Montgomery College with four and Frederick Community College and Prince George's Community College with three. Harford Community College and Anne Arundel Community College have two each, while CCBC Catonsville, College of Southern Maryland, Hagerstown Community College, and Howard Community College have one apiece.

First Team

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Drew Adams

Harford

Midfielder

Sophomore

Javier Avetrani

CCBC Essex

Midfielder

Freshman

Trevor Brookhart

CCBC Essex

Goalkeeper

Sophomore

Edwin Claros

Prince George's

Forward

Freshman

Nehemiah Crawford

CCBC Essex

Forward

Freshman

Ezekiel Ebenezer

Howard

Forward

Sophomore

Robert Masters

Anne Arundel

Defender

Sophomore

Garrett McClendon

Anne Arundel

Midfielder

Sophomore

Steve Momenya

CCBC Essex

Defender

Sophomore

Jehoshua Otya

College of Southern Maryland

Forward

Sophomore

Sebastian Soto

Montgomery

Midfielder

Sophomore

Walid Yacoubou

Prince George's

Defender

Sophomore


Second Team

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Leo Anjos

Hagerstown

Midfielder

Sophomore

Jason Davila

Montgomery

Forward

Sophomore

Joseph Garner

Frederick

Goalkeeper

Freshman

Bilal Hassane Souley

Frederick

Defender

Sophomore

Juan Maraboli

Montgomery

Goalkeeper

Sophomore

Hymad N'Diaye

CCBC Catonsville

Forward

Freshman

Urich Ndip

Prince George's

Midfielder

Sophomore

Bryan Reyes-Aranda

Montgomery

Forward

Sophomore

Storm Robinson

CCBC Essex

Forward

Sophomore

Quincy Tyler

Frederick

Defender

Sophomore

Jerry Washington

Harford

Forward

Sophomore


 Women's Soccer
Montgomery represents just over a quarter of those selected to an All Maryland JUCO Women's Soccer team with six student athletes. Harford is second with five, and CCBC Essex is third with four. College of Southern Maryland, Frederick, and Howard each have two, as Anne Arundel and CCBC Catonsville feature one each.

First Team

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Alexandria Adams

Harford

Defender

Freshman

Nathaly Alvear

Montgomery

Midfielder

Sophomore

Bailey Foust

Anne Arundel

Forward

Sophomore

Alyson Greenstein

CCBC Essex

Midfielder

Sophomore

Savanna Holt

Howard

Forward

Sophomore

Julia Lesko

College of Southern Maryland

Defender

Sophomore

Jaime Montgomery

Montgomery

Forward

Sophomore

Alexis Porterfield

College of Southern Maryland

Forward

Sophomore

Alejandra Ramos

Montgomery

Midfielder

Sophomore

Briana Stabile

Harford

Midfielder

Freshman

Mackenzie Wills

Harford

Midfielder

Freshman


Second Team

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Rachelle Andino

Montgomery

Defender

Sophomore

Devon Bodziony

Howard

Midfielder

Freshman

Sarah Brantley

CCBC Essex

Forward

Freshman

Hannah Burrows

CCBC Essex

Goalkeeper

Sophomore

Victoria Doing

Frederick

Forward

Sophomore

Josselyn Flores

Montgomery

Midfielder

Sophomore

Shianne Georgantakis

Harford

Midfielder

Freshman

Colette Pierce

CCBC Catonsville

Forward

Freshman

Jennifer Pineda

Montgomery

Goalkeeper

Sophomore

Rachel Rossi

CCBC Essex

Forward

Sophomore

Jenna Staton

Harford

Midfielder

Freshman


Honorable Mention

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Asia Owen

Frederick

Forward

Freshman


 Volleyball
Nine schools make up the All Maryland JUCO Volleyball squads, led by Harford with four. Hagerstown and Howard follow with three, and Cecil and College of Southern Maryland are third with two each. Allegany College of Maryland, Anne Arundel, CCBC Essex, and Garrett College each have one.

First Team

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Kiana Bopp

College of Southern Maryland

Setter

Freshman

Kendra Day

Hagerstown

Outside Hitter

Sophomore

Riley Forquer

Howard

Outside Hitter

Sophomore

Taylor Hagen

College of Southern Maryland

Middle Blocker

Freshman

Rebekah Hanshaw

Harford

Libero

Freshman

Ally Jennings

Cecil

Outside Hitter

Sophomore


Second Team

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Jillian Boyd

CCBC Essex

Outside Hitter

Freshman

Sara Few

Howard

Setter

Freshman

Hannah Henderson

Garrett

Middle Hitter

Freshman

Mallory Jackson

Hagerstown

Outside Hitter

Freshman

Nicolette Powell

Anne Arundel

Outside Hitter

Sophomore

Alexis Spickler

Hagerstown

Outside Hitter

Freshman


Honorable Mention

NAME

COLLEGE

POSITION

YEAR

Taylor Anderson

Howard

Middle Hitter

Freshman

Kiersten Miller

Allegany

Outside Hitter

Sophomore

Phoenix Offutt

Harford

Middle Blocker

Sophomore

Michaella Patrick

Cecil

Setter

Sophomore

Mary Snow

Harford

Middle Blocker

Freshman

Kyning Tillinghast

Harford

Setter

Freshman


 Cross Country
Seven student athletes were selected to each of the men's and women's All Maryland JUCO Cross Country First teams. On the men's side, Howard led with four, followed by CCBC Catonsville, Hagerstown and Harford with one. Anne Arundel, Harford and Howard each have two runners for the women, as Hagerstown rounds out the team with one.

Men's Team

NAME

COLLEGE

YEAR

Chris Burgenson

Hagerstown

Freshman

Scott Camp

Howard

Freshman

Ryan Clocker

Howard

Freshman

Mike Foulks

Harford

Freshman

Jamal Richards

CCBC Catonsville

Freshman

Abraham Samuel

Howard

Freshman

Corey Young

Howard

Sophomore


Women's Team

NAME

COLLEGE

YEAR

Sidney Hinkle

Anne Arundel

Sophomore

Courtney Koga

Harford

Freshman

Romina Montes Rodriguez

Anne Arundel

Sophomore

Brenda Rosas

Howard

Freshman

Abigail Starks

Howard

Freshman

Natalie Strassberger

Hagerstown

Freshman

Dominique Walker

Harford

Sophomore

Visit www.mdjuco.org and follow us on Twitter @MarylandJuco for more information on the Maryland JUCO conference. 

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