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BMCC Tops 2018 CUNYAC Men’s Soccer Preseason Coaches’ Poll

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Aug. 23, 2018) - Fresh off winning its second-consecutive league title last season, Borough of Manhattan Community College was selected as the unanimous favorite by the conference's four coaches in the 2018 CUNYAC Community College Preseason Men's Soccer Poll, released Thursday.

The Panthers, who are listed at No. 10 in the NJCAA Division III preseason national rankings, earned 16 points and all four first-place votes. Queensborough (10 points) was picked to finish second in the balloting, after last year's runner-up finish in the CUNYAC final.

Bronx, led by CUNYAC Preseason Player of the Year Mohammed Jagne, followed in third with 8 points, and Kingsborough (6 points) rounded out the voting.

BMCC's top spot in the poll was bolstered by the duo of reigning CUNYAC Player of the Year Brando Guzman and Rookie of the Year Jahvaughnie Johnson.

In 2017, Guzman finished as the league's third-leading scorer, tallying 12 goals and eight assists for 32 points. He recorded multiple points in nine of the 11 contests he appeared in, four of which were multi-goal performances.

Meanwhile, Johnson led the CUNYAC in scoring in his debut campaign, amassing 38 points (16 G, 6 A). He found the back of the net in all but three matches for the Panthers last season and scored three game-winners in the process.

BMCC and Queensborough both reached the semifinals of the NJCAA Region XV Tournament and lost their respective contests. The Panthers tied Suffolk, 2-2, and failed to advance on penalty kicks (5-3), while the Tigers dropped a close 3-2 decision at the hands of Nassau.

For Bronx, Jagne was the driving force behind the Broncos' offense, posting eight goals and three assists for 19 points. He netted multiple goals against Westchester and Kingsborough, and had at least a point in six of the team's 11 games. Jagne was named a CUNYAC and NJCAA Region XV All-Star for his efforts.

The 2018 CUNYAC Community College Men's Soccer Championship will be held on Monday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Metropolitan Oval in Maspeth.

2018 CUNYAC Community College Men's Soccer Preseason Poll
1. BMCC (Four First-Place Votes) - 16 Points
2. Queensborough - 10 Points
3. Bronx - 8 Points
4. Kingsborough - 6 Points

CUNYAC Preseason Player of the Year: Mohammed Jagne, F, Bronx

2018 Season Tryouts

The Queensborough men's soccer team will hold tryouts for the 2018 fall season on Wednesday, August 1st and Thursday, August 2nd at 4pm, on the QCC soccer field. Completed medical and insurance forms are required to be submitted and validated prior to any participation. Contact Head Men's Soccer Coach, Aziwoh Ayafor at for more information.

Algor Gervais named NJCAA Division III Men's Soccer Second Team All-American

Sophomore midfielder Algor Gervais has been named an NJCAA Division III Men's Soccer Second Team All-American.

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2017 CUNYAC/USS Community College Men’s Soccer All-Stars Announced

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Oct. 18, 2017) - On Wednesday, the City University of New York Athletic Conference
and University Student Senate announced its Community College All-Star men's soccer honorees for
the 2017 season, as selected by a polling of the league's coaches.

A complete list of the 2017 CUNYAC/USS Community College Men's Soccer All-Stars:

2017 CUNYAC/USS Community College Men's Soccer All-Stars

F - Jahvaughnie Johnson, BMCC
F - Aboubacar Keita, BMCC
F - Mohammed Jagne, Bronx
F - Saleh Moozab, Kingsborough
MF - Brando Guzman, BMCC
MF - Algor Gervais, Queensborough
MF - Robinson Munoz, Queensborough
MF - Andrew Sepulveda, Queensborough
MF - Kokou Zonyo, Bronx
MF - Golib Husanov, Queensborough
D - El Hadji Baji, BMCC
D - Terron Sylvester, Queensborough
D - Kaka Coulibaly, Queensborough
GK - Dhondup Tharchen, BMCC

Sportsmanship Team: Henry Adusei, Bronx, Sherod Marks, Kingsborough, Jose Ramirez, Queensborough

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CUNYAC Weekly Honors

Algor Gervais, Midfielder & Sophomore was named CUNYAC Athlete of the Week

Algor Gervais, Midfielder & Sophomore was named CUNYAC Athlete of the Week

Gervais went on a tear last week, amassing 10 points (4 G, 2 A) to propel the Tigers to a 2-1 mark in Region XV action. He had a pair of goals in a 4-1 win against Rockland on Saturday, including the deciding tally.

Robinson Munoz, Midfielder and Freshman was named Rookie of the Week

Robinson Munoz, Midfielder & Freshman was named Rookie of the Week

Munoz led the Tigers to a thrilling last-minute 3-2 victory against Monroe on Thursday, scoring the game-winning goal in the 85th minute.


Men's Soccer Tryouts for fall 2017 semester

Join the 7-time CUNYAC Champion Tigers. Tryouts for the Men's Soccer team will take place at 6 pm on August 1st. For more information, contact the coach.

All Athletes trying out will need a medical stamped by a doctor and an insurance form stamped. Forms are found on the Explanation of Medical Insurance Forms page.

For more information please contact the coach

Region XV Regular Season Awards for Soccer

All Region 1st Team - Anthony Blanco, F & Georgious Gerontidis, GK

Honorable Mention - Algor Gervais, F/OW

CUNY Athletic Conference
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