Prophet Named to NSCAA All-Region Team for Connecticut College
NEW LONDON, Conn.--Connecticut College senior forward Trevor Prophet of Nashua, N.H. has been named to the 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Performance Subaru All-Eastern New England Region First Team.
Captaining the Camels this fall, Prophet averaged 1.85 points per game to lead the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and finished second in the league with 10 goals scored. Over the course of his career, Prophet scored 28 goals and doled out seven assists for a total of 63 points as one of the most prolific scorers in program history.
The NSCAA recognition is just the latest in a series of post-season honors for Prophet. The senior standout was named to the All- NESCAC Team back on Nov. 11, earning first team recognition for the third straight year.
Prophet was also tabbed to the NESCAC All-Academic Team and earned a spot on the ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District One Men's Soccer Second Team in the College Division.
Connecticut College Head Men's Soccer Coach Kenny Murphy is appreciative of everything Prophet has done to improve the program's standing in the NESCAC.
"Trevor embodies everything that we encourage and strive for in the Men's Soccer Program; excellence and balance," Murphy asserted. "Trevor had a very good season and is deserving of this accolade from the NSCAA. More importantly, Trevor excels in the classroom as a Dean's List student. He will be sorely missed. Not just for his playing ability, but also for his leadership and the quality young man that he is."
In 2009, Prophet was named to the NSCAA All-Region Team and finished second in the NESCAC with eight goals scored for the Camels.
Prophet has also left his mark on the tennis program as the #1 singles starter and will join his classmate Craig Stanton as a team captain for the third straight year this spring. On campus, Prophet has lobbied for his fellow student athletes, serving as President of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
A Dean's List Student, Prophet will graduate this coming spring with a degree in economics and international relations.
December 9, 2010