LANCASTER, Pa. – Five members of Franklin & Marshall's men's soccer team were named to the 2017 All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team, announced on Wednesday. Jason Tonelli and Wyatt Fabian landed on the First Team, Ben Draheim garnered Second Team accolades, while Ryan Fincher and Ryan Corr each received Honorable Mention recognition.
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Tonelli (Freehold, N.J. / Colts Neck) is one of just four members of the Conference to repeat on the First Team. He places sixth in the CC with 22 points and is fifth with 11 goals. His five game-winning goals are third among CC players and the 13 in his career are good for second in the F&M program record book.
Fabian (Sinking Spring, Pa. / Hill School) joins Tonelli as a repeat First Team member after starting all 18 of F&M's contests on the backline to land the third All-CC honor of his career. He helped spearhead a unit that allowed just 0.97 goals per game, the third-best mark in the Conference. The senior defender chipped in on the offensive end as well with two goals and an assist.
Draheim (Coto De Caza, Calif. / Santa Margarita Catholic) was one of just two Diplomats to start all 18 of the team's games on the way to his first-career All-CC accolade. The senior defender has been a standout on the backline while also recording six assists, a mark that places third on the team and sixth in the Centennial.
Fincher (West Chester, Pa. / West Chester Rustin) garnered his first-career All-CC recognition after starting in 17 games while placing second on the team and fourth in the Conference with seven assists. The junior midfielder notched a season-high two assists in a 3-2 win over Gettysburg on Oct. 18.
Corr (Redding, Conn. / Joel Barlow) made the list for the first time in his career after the sophomore defender has competed in 17 games, including 14 starts. His four goals place second on the team, while his nine points rank fourth. Corr tallied a pair of game-winners on the year, including one in a two-goal effort against Gettysburg on Oct. 18.
F&M earned its eighth NCAA Tournament appearance, and fifth consecutive, after downing Dickinson by a 1-0 score in last Sunday's CC Championship game to secure the automatic bid.