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Avram Earns Second Straight All-SSC Honor

Avram Earns Second Straight All-SSC Honor

MELBOURNE, Fla. (October 31, 2018) – Stefan Avram earned the second All-Sunshine State Conference honor of his career, earning Second Team recognition, the league office announced.

See the full All-SSC Team here.

Avram tallied a team leading nine goals for Rollins during the 2018 campaign, a total good enough for a tie for fourth in the SSC.  He added two assists for a total of 20 points, sixth in the conference.  His 1.67 points per game rank third.  He was twice named SSC Offensive Player of the Week.  Avram registered three multi-goal games, and twice earned a goal and an assist.  His four game winning tallies were the most in the SSC.

This is Avram's second All-SSC honor after being named Second Team following the 2017 season.  During his time in Blue and Gold he has also been named to the SSC All-Tournament Team, United Soccer Coaches Second Team All-South Region, D2CCA Second Team All-South Region, the Athletic Director's Honor Roll, and the SSC Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll.  His 22 career goals place him in a tie for 23rd on Rollins all-time list.

The Tars finished the year 10-6 overall, and 4-6 against conference opponents.  Rollins was seventh in the Sunshine State Conference standings, narrowly missing out on postseason play.

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