HARRISONBURG, Va., Nov. 3, 2012 -- Four James Madison men's soccer players have received all-conference honors from the website College Sports Madness.
Named to the CSM All-Colonial Athletic Association First Team was freshman midfielder Tom Fouhy (Buckinghamshire, England/Tytherington).
The CSM All-CAA Second Team included senior midfielder/forward Paul Wyatt (Modbury, England/Ivybridge), sophomore forward Josh Grant (Plymouth, England/Torpoint College), and redshirt senior midfielder Christian McLaughlin(Herndon, Va./Herndon).
Wyatt leads the Dukes in scoring with seven goals and 16 points, while McLaughlin leads JMU with for assists.
Grant is the Dukes' second leading scorer with six goals, and Fouhy helps lead JMU's offense with three goals and three assists.
College Sports MadnessAll-CAA Honors
First Team F, Don Anding, Northeastern F, Taylor Morgan, George Mason F, Tim Hopkinson, Old Dominion F, Timmy Mulgrew, George Mason M, Chris Giebsch, Hofstra M, Chris Harmon, Old Dominion M, Nathan Page, Drexel M, Maid Memic, Hofstra D, Shaun Foster, Hofstra D, Tyler Botte, Hofstra D, Will Smith, William & Mary D,Tom Fouhy, James Madison GK, Tim Washam, Drexel Second Team F, Willi Mellors-Blair, Georgia State F, Paul Wyatt, James Madison F, Josh Grant, James Madison F, Alex Vivanco, Georgia State M, Joseph Holland, Hofstra M, Ben Anderson, William & Mary M,Christian McLaughlin, James Madison M, Jamie Dell, UNC Wilmington D, Michael Teiman, William & Mary D, Simon Cox, Northeastern D, Daniel Grundei, Towson D, Zak Haapaoja, George Mason G, Oliver Blum, Northeastern
Offensive Player of the Year: Don Anding, Northeastern Defensive Player of the Year: Tyler Botte, Hofstra Freshman of the Year: Willi Mellors-Blair, Georgia State Coach of the Year: Doug Hess, Drexel