2018-19 Year in Review

2018-19 Year in Review

 

With the 2018-19 academic year finally coming to a close, we now have the full picture of what our student-athletes accomplished this season.

Fall saw two of our sports make NJCAA Region XIX playoffs. Both Volleyball and Men's Soccer accomplished a winning record and traveled to a playoff game. Ayoub Mouhou (SO, Daniel Boone) was named to the Region XIX first team, the only athlete to accomplish that feat in any sport all season. Mouhou and Rebecca Godshall (FR, Souderton) were named EPAC playors of the week, Godshall being the only female athlete to achieve that honor this season. Seven Fall athletes made All-EPAC teams and three made All-Region teams.

A successful Fall season was matched by a just as successful Winter Season. Both the Men's and Women's Basketball teams reached Region XIX playoffs. Women's Basketball was able to qualify for the EPAC postseason tournament as well. For the first time in Mustang history, the Men's Basketball team received the 8-seed and hosted a regional playoff game. That game ended with Brandon Hooks (Fr, PA Cyber Charter) sinking a shot to win the game with 1.6 seconds left.

Two Mustangs were named to the EPAC all conference first-team. Cameron Reid (FR, Spring Ford) was named to the All-Region Team.

Finally, the year concluded with the Spring season. Our Softball team was able to complete the 16 game minimum for a varsity program in their first season back from club status. The Baseball team finished the regular season above .500 and played in a Regional playoff game for the second year in a row. Luke Deleo (SO, Pope John Paul) was the only spring athlete able to make EPAC player of the week. Five Spring athletes were named to the EPAC All-Conference team.

Our student-atletes also shined off the field, with 27 of our athletes making the EPAC All-Academic teams. In order to accomplish this feat, an athlete must reach a 3.25 GPA or higher during the semester of participation. Finally, the fans showed their support with a combined 1,949 total attendance. This was highlighted by Men's and Women's Basketball, who's Mustang Madness night brought in 164 combined spectators.

Thanks for your continued support and congratulations to all our 18-19 student-athletes! We'll see you next season!