DETROIT, Mich. -- Senior forward Jordan Berry (Dearborn, Mich./Crestwood) capped off a brilliant career after being honored by the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) as a Second Team All-American. Berry is fresh off a 2012 campaign in which he scored a staggering 23 goals – good for fifth in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
FOUR YEARS IN A ROW!
Like Jessica Niemi on the women's soccer team, Berry was also a four-time USCAA All-American. With a mix of first, second, and honorable mention appearances, Berry's hardware-filled career was made possible after the talented forward knocked in 70 goals in 70 career games. The one-goal-per-game stat is evidence as to how important Berry has been to the men's soccer program over the past four years.
ALL-AMERICAN HONORABLE MENTION
Recently dubbed WHAC Newcomer of the Year, freshman forward Abdoullie Jallow (Bansang, The Gambia/Rust) was named to the USCAA All-American Honorable Mention Team. Jallow's honor comes after a season in which he burst onto the scene by totaling 26 points off of a balanced nine goals and eight assists in 19 games this season.
Four men's soccer players earned the title of Academic All-American after exceeding the requirements set forth by the USCAA of a 3.5 or above cumulative GPA with sophomore or above academic status. Ahmed Almosawi (Dearborn, Mich./American Muslim Academy), Tyler Arban (Garden City, Mich./Garden City), Jordan Largent (Mattawan, Mich./Mattawan), and Stefan McMillan (Saint Johns, Mich./Saint Johns) earned the right to be called USCAA Academic All-Americans by being standouts in the classroom for the Mustangs.