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Andrew Revanales (NSCAA All-American)
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Andrew Revanales of Massasoit Community College has earned All-America honors in men’s soccer.

The sophomore forward, who is from Trinidad and Tobago, was selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America first team, it was announced this week.

Revanales, who returned to school after playing for Massasoit in 2010, helped the Warriors reach the national tournament for the first time since 1995.

He had team highs of 22 goals and 14 assists for 58 points and was tied for eighth nationally in assists, tied for 10th in points and 13th in goals.

In the Region 21 championship game at Dean College, Revanales scored the game-winning goal with 52 seconds left in double overtime.

As a freshman five seasons earlier, Revanales received honorable mention on the All-America squad. He was out of school for the following years.

He had 50 goals and 19 assists for 119 points in two seasons at Massasoit.

Revanales is one of four Warriors chosen to the NSCAA All-East Region team.

Revanales and Sidney Cardoso made the first team. William Baah and Jose Erazo were selected to the second team.

Cardoso had 16 goals and 40 points in his freshman season. Erazo added seven goals and seven assists as a midfielder.

Baah was a top defender as a central defensive back during his two seasons and helped Massasoit record seven shutouts.