Silver Anniversary Team

Johns Hopkins' Eric West still holds the Centennial Conference record for career goals scored (72)
Johns Hopkins' Eric West still holds the Centennial Conference record for career goals scored (72)

The Centennial Conference is celebrating 25 years as one of the elite small college athletic conferences in the country with the announcement of its Silver Anniversary teams, highlighting the best of the best over our first quarter-century.

 

For inclusion on a Silver Anniversary team, a student must have a degree from one of the Conference institutions and met one of the following qualifications: 

  • 3-time or 4-time first-team All-Centennial performer
  • 2-time Centennial Conference Player of the Year
  • 1st team All-America AND 2-time first-team All-Centennial performer
  • 2-time All-America (1st, 2nd or 3rd team)

 For individual sports such as swimming and track and field, the accomplishments must have occurred in the same event.

 

Men's Soccer

Twenty-four (24) men were named to the Silver Anniversary team in men's soccer. Johns Hopkins reached the national final in 1994, while Muhlenberg earned a spot in the national semifinals in 1995. Since that season, six other Centennial teams have qualified for the national quarterfinals.

38 men earned All-America honors, including 14 that have received first-team recognition. 

 

 

Name

School

Year Graduated

Javier Mena

Dickinson

2014

Brandon Corday

Franklin & Marshall

2008

Ben Beaver

Franklin & Marshall

2014

Gregory Stevcic

Gettysburg

1998

Jason Vishio

Gettysburg

2000

James Miller

Gettysburg

2003

Chris Bayon

Gettysburg

2009

Frank Adamson

Haverford

1998

Rich Billings

Haverford

2000

Sam Yarosh

Haverford

2016

Eric West

Johns Hopkins

1998

Peter Kahn

Johns Hopkins

1998

John Del Monaco

Johns Hopkins

2000

Ryan Kitzen

Johns Hopkins

2002

Matt Doran

Johns Hopkins

2002

Aerik Williams

Johns Hopkins

2002

Gary Kane Jr.

Johns Hopkins

2005

Ben McAbee

Johns Hopkins

2008

Matt Carlson

Johns Hopkins

2009

Scott Bukoski

Johns Hopkins

2011

Scott Morrow

McDaniel

2007

Tim Averell

Muhlenberg

1996

Todd Ervin

Muhlenberg

1998

Micah Rose

Swarthmore

2012