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Lukas Isaacson headlined four Gaels in all-academic awards with his first team honor.
Lukas Isaacson headlined four Gaels in all-academic awards with his first team honor.
MSOC | Isaacson and Four Gaels Selected to WCC All-Academic Team
Release: Friday 11/23/2016 
by SMC Athletics

SAN BRUNO, Calif. — Saint Mary’s men’s soccer was again well represented in postseason awards, as the team received five honors for the West Coast Conference’s All-Academic team, the conference announced today.

Senior Lukas Isaacson was named to the first team for the second straight season after posting a cumulative GPA of 3.94. The defender started in five games this season and recorded an assist.

Four other Gaels were selected to the conference’s honorable mention list. Junior Dakota Armour earned his second academic award after being named to the Silver Honors in last season’s West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. He currently has an impressive 3.57 GPA while majoring in Business Administration.

Second year player Stephen Dougherty also continued his academic success by being named as an honorable mention. The midfielder is a member of Saint Mary’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), and was honored to the Silver Honors in last season’s West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Dougherty started in 18 games for the Gaels, and recorded two goals and four assists for a team-high eight points.

Alex Braman and Andrew Konstantino round out the list of Gaels on the all-academic team, as both contributors were named as honorable mentions. Braman started all 16 games he appeared in, while Konstantino was among the leading keepers in the conference with 53 saves on the season.

At the end of the year, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC-sponsored sport. To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average while also being a significant contributor to their respective teams.


Name – School – Class – GPA - Major

John Bovill - Loyola Marymount - R-Soph. - 3.97 - Biology

Jalen Crisler - Gonzaga - Jr. - 3.65 – Business Administration

Mark Dotseth - Loyola Marymount - R-Sr. - 3.69 - Biology

Tyson Fox – Pacific - Jr. - 3.35 - Mechanical Engineering

Jakob Granlund - Gonzaga - Sr. - 3.66 – Business Administration

Lukas Isaacson - Saint Mary’s - Sr. - 3.94 - Psychology: Social

Conor Johnston - Portland - Sr. - 3.43 – Finance & Spanish

Antonio Portico - Loyola Marymount - Jr. - 3.87 - Health/Human Sciences

Davi Ramos - San Francisco - Sr. - 3.37 - Marketing

Kyle Schumann - Santa Clara - R-Jr. - 3.55 - Mechanical Engineering

Michael Turner - San Diego - Sr. - 3.43 - International Business 


Valdemar Andersen, Santa Clara; Dakota Armour, Saint Mary’s; Djordje Babic, San Diego; Alex Braman, Saint Mary’s; Colton Cavey, Gonzaga; Paul Christensen, Portland; Matthew Coffey, Portland; Stephen Dougherty, Saint Mary’s; Geoffrey Dunn, Portland; David Garrett, San Francisco; Austin Giftopoulos, Gonzaga; Merlin Hoeckendorff, San Diego; Parker Holland, Santa Clara; Alec Johnson, Gonzaga; Connor Johnson, Loyola Marymount; Jacob Kempf, Gonzaga; Andrew Konstantino, Saint Mary’s; Patrick McGrath, San Diego; Jose Ochoa, Loyola Marymount; Camden Riley, Pacific; Matthew Sipowicz, Santa Clara; Josh Smith, San Francisco; Nathaniel Tolton, Gonzaga; Nick Ulowetz, Gonzaga; Dirk van der Velde, Portland; Ben Willis, Gonzaga 

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