In its first season in the Archdiocesan Athletic Association, the Borgia soccer Knights earned four spots on the league’s large division all-conference teams.
Two Knights earned first team status. Junior midfielder Ben Kang and junior forward Jake Erwin were named to the division’s first team.
Senior defender Alex Blechle and junior midfielder Adam Meyer were named to the second team.
On the field, Borgia tied for the division championship with St. Dominic, but had to give up all of their league wins for using an ineligible player.
Duchesne had the league’s newcomer of the year, freshman Juan Garcia.
St. Dominic senior Tommy Geile was named the goalkeeper of the year.
There was no indication on the league list of a player of the year or coach of the year.
Defenders on the first team were Duchesne senior Ryan Phillips, St. Dominic junior Jeff Etter and St. Dominic senior David McCoy.
Midfielders on the first team were Duchesne senior Austin Mitchell, St. Dominic senior Mark Steiniger, St. Dominic senior Collin Hennessey and Kang.
Forwards on the first team were Duchesne senior Ryan Thornhill, St. Dominic junior Dominic Recca and Erwin.
The goalkeepers on the second team were Dominic Johns of Duchesne and Logan Feldmann of St. Dominic.
Blechle was the defensive back on the second team.
Midfielders on the second team were Nick Clinton of Duchesne, John Baraba of DuBourg, DaShawn Wilson of St. Mary’s and Meyer.
Forwards on the second team were Matt Rapisardo of St. Mary’s, Trevor Kaufman of St. Mary’s, Logan Progais of St. Mary’s and Conor Baker of St. Dominic.