November 13, 2012
Men's Soccer Concludes 2012 Season
Holy Cross Men's Soccer
Overall: 5-10-2 (2-3-2 PL); Last Week: 0-1-0
Scoreboard: Harvard 2, Holy Cross 0, Cambridge, Mass., 11/6
Schedule: Season has concluded.
- The Holy Cross men's soccer team concluded the 2012 season with a 5-10-2 overall record and tied for fourth place in the Patriot League with a 2-3-2 record. The Crusaders' 16 goals were their most since scoring 23 in 2008.
- Junior Josh Cintas (San Diego, Calif.), who earned first team All-Patriot League honors, led the team with a career-best six goals and a career-best 13 points, while he also had one assist. His six goals and 13 points were the most for a Crusader since the 2008 season when Kyle Miller posted nine goals and 18 points. His six goals are tied for third in the Patriot League, while his 13 points are eighth in the league. He is also tied for third in the league with a team-best two game-winning goals. For his career he has seven goals and six assists for 20 points.
- Junior co-captain Monty Sanders (Temecula, Calif.), who also received first team All-Patriot League accolades, had three goals and a career-best two assists for a career-best eight points. His three goals were second on the team and his eight points were tied for second. He netted his first career game-winner with his goal in the 2-1 victory versus Navy on Oct. 27. For his career, Sanders has seven goals and two assists for 16 points.
- Juniors Tommy Uttaro (Staten Island, N.Y.) and Kevin O'Connell (Basking Ridge, N.J.) tied for the team-lead with four assists. Their 0.25 assists per game are tied for fourth in the Patriot League. Uttaro also had two goals for eight points. His eight points were tied for second on the team. The four assists are a career-best for Uttaro. He has five goals and six assists for 16 career points. The four assists are also a career-best for O'Connell. He also had one goal this season for six points, while he has five goals and six assists for 16 career points.
- Freshman goalie Kevin Wright (McKinney, Texas) is fourth in the Patriot League with a .742 save percentage, while his 3.83 saves per game are fourth. His three shutouts are tied for fourth.