Men’s Soccer Places Four on All-Conference List

Men’s Soccer Places Four on All-Conference List

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – Four members of the Keuka College Men's Soccer team were voted to the All-Conference team for the North Eastern Athletic Conference for their play during the 2017 season.

Junior Tom Reynolds earned his first selection of his career, being named First Team All-Conference. For the second year in a row, Claude Tuyishimire was selected by the conference's coaches, this time to the Second Team. A pair of freshmen rounded out the honorees for Keuka College as Samba Doukhansy and Joshua Card were named to the Third Team.

Tom Reynolds started the first 14 games of the season for Keuka College on defense before missing the rest of the season due to injury. He had one assist on the season but his bigger impact was felt on the backline. With Reynolds on the field, Keuka College allowed only 25 goals in the 14 games. It was the third fewest goals allowed among the 14 members of the North Eastern Athletic Conference this season.

Like Reynolds, Claude Tuyishimire spent the season manning the back line for the Wolves. Tuyishimire appeared in 16 games for the Green and Gold, making 15 starts. Claude Tuyishimire posted a goal and an assist on the season. He netted the game-winning goal for the Wolves in Keuka's 1-0 victory over Wells College.

Freshman Samba Doukhansy made an instant impact for the Wolves offense in his first season. Doukhansy led Keuka College with seven goals and 17 total points on the season. All seven goals for Doukhansy came within North Eastern Athletic Conference games, ranking as the third most in the conference. Doukhansy had a career-high five points with a two goals and an assist against St. Elizabeth and later tied his career-high in goals with two against NEAC rivals Cazenovia.

Joshua Card earned Third Team All-Conference honors in his freshman season as a midfielder. Card was second on the team with 15 total points. He posted a team-high five assists and added five goals in his rookie year. He made an impact in his first collegiate game, scoring against Buffalo State. He later set a career-high with two goals and five total points in a Keuka College victory over Gallaudet University. Card had four of his five assists in NEAC games, ranking as the fourth most in the conference.