Men’s Soccer’s Appah, Donovan Earn All-Northeast-10 Honors

Men’s Soccer’s Appah, Donovan Earn All-Northeast-10 Honors

Appah leads way on First Team

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Appah In his first year as a Raven, Appah has earned All-Northeast-10 First Team honors.

RINDGE, N.H. (November 5, 2014) – Graduate student midfielder Quincy Appah (Accra, Ghana) has been named to the All-Northeast-10 Conference First Team, to lead a pair of All-Conference selections for the Franklin Pierce University men's soccer team, as announced Wednesday by the Conference office. Sophomore forward Dallas Donovan (South Yarmouth, Mass.) earned All-Northeast-10 Third Team accolades.

Appah earns All-Northeast-10 First Team honors in his first season in crimson and grey, after leading the team in scoring this fall. He finished with five goals and five assists to tally 15 points, which was good enough to tie for 15th in the Northeast-10 in scoring. Appah started all 17 games in the midfield for the Ravens and often served as the orchestrator of the team's attacks from there. Of his five goals, three were game-winners, and he attempted 38 shots, including 19 shots on goal, along the way.

Donovan played just nine games before seeing his season cut short due to injury, but provided a scoring spark in that time. He struck for six goals in that span to notch 12 points, which was good enough to tie for 24th in the league in scoring, despite playing only half the season. Along the way, Donovan attempted 31 shots, including 16 shots on goal. It is his first career All-Northeast-10 selection.

The Ravens concluded their season at 9-7-1 (7-5-1 Northeast-10) and fell at Southern Connecticut State in the quarterfinal round of the Northeast-10 Championship.

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