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11 Spiders Named All-CAA Soccer

Richmond, Va.— The College of Richmond soccer staff boasts 11 gamers named to this yr’s All-CAA Soccer groups.

In complete, 5 have been named to the primary staff, two to the second and 4 to the third.

First Group
Reece Udinski – Graduate – Quarterback – North Wales, Pa.

Udinski has led Richmond to the third-highest producing offense within the CAA, choosing up a mean 461.7 yards per sport. He leads the CAA in completions (329), makes an attempt (445), completion proportion (.739), completions per sport (29.91), passing yards (3,152) and common passing yards per sport (286.5). He has thrown 24 landing passes and has ran in 4 on his personal to this point this season. Udinski has helped the Spiders to first in passing yards per sport within the CAA with a mean of 290.0.

Jakob Herres – Graduate – Broad Receiver – Easton, Pa.

Herres ranks second within the CAA in receptions (65), third in yards (850), third in receptions per sport (5.9) and fifth in common reception yards per sport (77.3). He has caught 5 touchdowns this season. He has had at the least one reception in all 11 video games this season.

Ryan Coll – Redshirt Junior – Offensive Line – Gainesville, Va.

Coll is a part of an offensive line that has led the Spiders to the third-highest producing offense within the CAA at 421.4 yards per sport. He has protected Udinski all season and has helped the Spiders rank fourth within the CAA in common scoring with 30.5 factors per sport. Coll has began every sport this season.

Marlem Louis – Redshirt Junior – Defensive Line – Venice, Fla.

Louis ranks fifth within the CAA with 6.5 sacks and ranks sixth in common tackles for loss per sport with 1.11. Up to now this season, he is bought 26 complete tackles together with 10.0 tackles for loss, two pressured fumbles, 5 quarterback hurries and one go breakup. He has helped lead Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport.

Tristan Wheeler – Redshirt Junior – Linebacker – Bethlehem, Pa.

Wheeler has 97 tackles, 9 tackles for loss (-24 yards), two sacks, two interceptions, three go breakups and three quarterback hurries. He recorded a career-high 19 tackles to open the season at Virginia. His complete tackles this season and tackles per sport (8.8) rank fourth within the CAA. He has helped lead Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport.

Second-Group
Joe Extra – Redshirt Senior – Offensive Line – Franklin, Tenn.

Like Coll, Extra is a part of an offensive line that has led the Spiders to the third-highest producing offense within the CAA at 421.4 yards per sport. He has protected Udinski all season and has helped the Spiders rank fourth within the CAA in common scoring with 30.5 factors per sport. Extra leads the Spiders in video games performed with 40 together with 36 begins.

Aaron Banks – Senior Redshirt – Cornerback – Stephens Metropolis, Va.

Banks is second within the CAA in passes defended with 5 go breakups and 4 interceptions. He’s tied for second in defensive touchdowns within the CAA together with his pick-six towards Saint Francis. He has totaled 42 tackles and has led Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport. He has helped lead Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport.

Third-Group
Leroy Henley – Graduate – Broad Receiver – Pompano Seaside, Fla.

Henley ranks third within the CAA with 62 receptions and is seventh in reception yards with 711. His eight touchdowns are tied for third and his 5.6 receptions per sport rank fourth. He has had at the least two receptions in all 11 video games this season.

Ray Eldridge – Redshirt Senior – Defensive Line – McDonald, Pa.

Eldridge has 29 tackles on the season together with 8.5 for loss (-32). He has 4.5 sacks (-25), two quarterback hurries and one go breakup to this point this season. He has helped lead Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport.

Jeremiah Grant – Redshirt Sophomore – Defensive Line – South Orange, NJ

Grant ranks seventh within the CAA with 11.0 tackles for loss and ninth in fumbles recovered with two for 9 yards. He is racked up 42 tackles to this point this season and has helped lead Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport.

Philip O’Connor – Redshirt Senior – Linebacker – Philadelphia, Pa.

O’Connor is fifth within the CAA in sacks with 3.5.He ranks 11th within the CAA in complete tackles with 80 together with 6.5 (-24) for loss and ranks 13th in tackles per sport with 7.3. He has pressured a fumble, recovered two and has three go breakups and quarterback hurries to this point this season. He has led Richmond to the third-best protection within the CAA, permitting simply 29 touchdowns on the season whereas holding opponents to 330.5 yards per sport.

First Group
QB- Reece UdinskiRichmond
RB – Jaden Shirden, Monmouth
RB – Bronson Yoder, William & Mary
FB – Owen Wright, Monmouth
WR – Jadakis Bonds, Hampton
WR – Jaaron Hayek, Villanova
WR- Jakob HerresRichmond
TE – Thomas Greaney, UAlbany
OL- Ryan CollRichmond
OL – AJ Cornelius, Rhode Island
OL – Nick Correia, Rhode Island
OL – Charles Grant, William & Mary
OL – Colby Sorsdal, William & Mary
DL- Marlem LouisRichmond
DL – Nate Lynn, William & Mary
DL – Dylan Ruiz, New Hampshire
DL – Josiah Silver, New Hampshire
LB – Johnny Buchanan, Delaware
LB – Marcus Hillman, Elon
LB – John Pius, William & Mary
LB- Tristan WheelerRichmond
BC – Jordan Jones, Rhode Island
CB – Ryan Poole, William & Mary
S – Noah Plack, Delaware
S – Kedrick Whitehead, Delaware
PK – Skyler Davis, Elon
P – Ryan Kost, Monmouth
KR – D’In the past Hunter, Towson
PR – Dylan Laube, New Hampshire
SPEC – Caylin Newton, William & Mary

Second-Group

QB – Nolan Henderson, Delaware
RB – Marques DeShields, Rhode Island
RB – Dylan Laube, New Hampshire
FB – Donavyn Lester, William & Mary
WR – Ed Lee, Rhode Island
WR – Dymere Miller, Monmouth
WR – Jackson Parham, Elon
TE – Lachlan Pitts, William & Mary
OL – Michael Corbi, Villanova
OL – Patrick Flynn, New Hampshire
OL – Mike Gerace, Maine
OL- Joe ExtraRichmond
OL – Mike Purcell, Elon
DL – Carl Fowler, William & Mary
DL – Jesus Gibbs, Towson
DL – Artis Hemmingway, Delaware
DL – KeShaun Moore, Hampton
LB – Jake Fireplace, Rhode Island
LB – Isaiah Jones, William & Mary
LB – Adrian Otero, Maine
LB – Qwahsin Townsel, Hampton
CB – Justis Henley, Delaware
CB – Jalen Jones, William & Mary
S- Aaron BanksRichmond
S – Omar Rogers, Elon
PK – Ethan Chang, William & Mary
P – Riley Williams, Towson
KR – Dez Boykin, Villanova
PR – D’In the past Hunter, Towson
SPEC – AJ Mistler, UAlbany

Third-Group

QB – Reese Poffenbarger, UAlbany
RB – Jalen Hampton, Elon
RB – Todd Sibley, UAlbany
FB – Zavier Scott, Maine
WR- Leroy HenleyRichmond
WR – Thyrick Pitts, Delaware
WR – Jourdan Townsend, Delaware
TE – Shawn Bowman, Maine
OL – Greg Anderson, Monmouth
OL – Fintan Brose, Delaware
OL – Justin Szuba, Monmouth
OL – Lorenzo Thompson, Rhode Island
OL – Jabril Williams, Elon
DL- Ray EldridgeRichmond
DL- Jeremiah GrantRichmond
DL – Anton Juncaj, UAlbany
DL – Chase McGowan, Delaware
LB – Carthell Flowers-Lloyd, Stony Brook
LB – Dylan Kelly, UAlbany
LB – Phil O’Connor, Richmond
LB – Evan Stewart, Rhode Island
CB – TreVon Jones, Elon
CB – Mike Reid, Monmouth
S – Pop Bush, New Hampshire
S – Ali Shockley, Hampton
PK – Matthew Mercurio, Villanova
P – Jeff Yurk, Elon
KR – Dylan Laube, New Hampshire
PR – Ed Lee, Rhode Island
SPEC – Chandler Brayboy, Elon

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