This week saw the release of the Fall Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference All-Conference teams. The Mustangs landed nine total selections, including eight first team selections and one second team selection.
Women's soccer three members named to the EPAC First Team All-Conference.
Midfielder Nicole Hastings (Wissahickon), midfielder Abigail Nice (Christopher Dock), and defender Dre Meyers (Springfield), all received First Team All-Conference honors.
Freshmen Hastings, Nice, and Meyers helped the Mustangs improve their win total from last year by four games this season. The trio recorded 25 goals for the Mustangs this season. Hastings lead the team with 10 goals scored and 2 assists. Nice recorded 8 goals and 6 assists and Meyers recorded 7 goals and 3 assists this season.
Men's soccer team had four members named to the EPAC All Conference Team.
Forward Chakubuta Teuhenya (FR, Springfield), midfielder Elias Gehman (SO, Christopher Dock), and defender Aleksander Mularz (FR, Methacton), all received First Team All-Conference honors.
Tuhenya and Gehman helped lead the Mustangs offensive attack this season. Tuhenya lead the team with 8 goals scored, while the sophomore captain Gehman recorded 6 goals and 3 assists this season.
Mularz was a spark defensively for the Mustangs, his defensive intensity helped stifle opponent's offensive attacks.
Goalkeeper Zack Kovatch (FR, Boyertown) was named Second Team All-Conference. Kovatch recorded 4 shutouts this season and provided the Mustangs with tremendous leadership in the backline.
Volleyball had two student-athletes named to the All-EPAC First Team.
Setter Julia Kuneck (FR, John Hallahan) and Outside Hitter Miljana Vukoslavovic (SO, Serbia) were both honored.
Kuneck had a fantastic freshman season, leading the Mustangs in assists (337) and solo blocks (69). Kuneck is one of the Mustangs who has been floating in and out of the top ten in several national statistics.
Vukoslavovic was named a captain after her dominant performance last season. This season, she recorded 285 kills and 457 digs, leading the Mustangs in both categories. She also currently leads the nation in service aces with 101 and has floated in and out of the top five all season in service aces per set and digs per set.
Congratulations to all of our Fall All-EPAC athletes!