MCAC Reveals Soccer All-Conference Teams

Just hours before the anticipated kickoff of the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) 2011 Soccer Championships, the conference revealed its All-Conference Teams and Most Valuable Players in both men’s and women’s soccer to an audience of member school players and coaches. The selections and their schools are below: Men’s Soccer

Most Valuable Player
Adam Bromley, University of Winnipeg

Andry Giesbrecht, Providence University College
Kenny Sacramento, University of Winnipeg
Tyson Farago, University of Winnipeg
Norvin Campos, Providence University College
Mario Giesbrecht, Providence University College
Tyler da Silva, Red River College
Brian Collins, Red River College
Gael Winandy, University of Saint-Boniface
Joel Janke, Providence University College
Sean Dyck, Canadian Mennonite University

Women’s Soccer

Most Valuable Player
Sheri Hince, University of Winnipeg

Jeanine Froese, University of Winnipeg
Maraleigh Short, Canadian Mennonite University
Domonique Colatruglio, Red River College
Kayla Jacobsen, University of Winnipeg
Melanie Warkentin, Providence University College
Serafina Trunzo, University of Winnipeg
Ruth Shantz, Providence University College
Kim Cowan, Red River College
Annemarie Kaethler, Providence University College
Amy Reimer, Red River College

The selections were voted on by soccer coaches from all five schools. Both men’s and women’s MVPs Adam Bromley and Sheri Hince had four-goal games this season.

The 2011 Soccer Championships begin tomorrow (October 22). Semifinals games begin at 10:00 a.m. on October 22 at the Red River College Notre Dame fields. Bronze medal games on October 23 will be played simultaneously on the two fields at 11 a.m. The Women’s Championship will be played at 1 p.m. on October 23. The Men’s Championship will be played at 3 p.m. For a full schedule, click here.

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