Five Mustangs Earn All-Conference, Lee, Medtart Named to First Team

Five Mustangs Earn All-Conference, Lee, Medtart Named to First Team

ANNVILLE, Pa. - The Stevenson men's soccer team had a program-high five players named to the All-MAC Commonwealth Teams, including junior Tariq Lee and senior DR Medtart who were named to the First Team, announced by the league on Thursday.

In addition to Lee and Medtart, junior Jay Smith and Dylan Holy were named to the Second Team while sophomore Matt Stellitano was named Honorable Mention. The Mustangs have had 16 all-conference selections in their eight seasons in the conference.

Lee, the 2017 Rookie of the Year, earns his second all-conference selection after totaling four goals and three assists this season. He ranks sixth in conference play with 2.88 shots per game and fifth with 1.38 shots on goal per game. Lee dished out an assist versus Albright in the regular season before netting a goal against Lebanon Valley in the MAC Commonwealth First Round.

Medtart earns his second all-conference selection after anchoring the midfield all season. He has played 1,559 minutes and has recorded three goals and two assists. In league play, he netted a goal and dished out an assist in a victory over Hood. Medtart ranks 10th in the league with 2.63 shots per game and 12th with 1.00 shots on goal per game.

Smith earns his first all-conference selection after ranking 10th in league play with 0.88 points per game. He also ranks tied for fifth with three goals in conference action. Smith has a team-best 23 points, nine goals, and five assists. He has netted three game-winning goals this season.

Holy earns his second all-conference selection after leading a defense to three conference shutouts and nine overall. He has logged 1,595 minutes, the second most of the team. Holy netted his lone goal of the season in a win over Hood.

Stellitano earns his second all-conference selection after posting a career-best seven solo shutouts. He posted a shuout over Hood while recording a shared shutout versus Albright. Stellitano has 78 saves this season while matching his career-best 11 wins. He holds the program record with 13.5 shutouts.