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CUNY ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

CITY HONORS
CUNYAC names Kerwin rookie of year, Horne top coach
The City University of New York Athletic Conference named Brooklyn College freshman forward Jordan Kerwin rookie of the year and head coach Patrick Horne coach of the year, while six players earned first- or second-team honors.
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CUNY ATHLETIC CONFERENCE RECENT NEWS

CITY HONORS
CUNYAC names Kerwin rookie of year, Horne top coach

The City University of New York Athletic Conference named Brooklyn College freshman forward Jordan Kerwin rookie of the year and head coach Patrick Horne coach of the year, while six players earned first- or second-team honors.

MAKING THE FIRST TEAM
CCNY women place 5 on CUNYAC team

Five players from the City College of New York women's soccer team have been named as City University of New York Athletic Conference first-team all-stars.

FIRST-ROUND EXIT
Baruch men eliminated by Stevens Tech in 1st round

Baruch College suffered a 2-0 loss to 13th-ranked Stevens Institute of Technology in the first round of the NCAA Division III men's Tournament Saturday evening.

FIRST-ROUND ELIMINATION
Brooklyn College women falls in NCAAs

Johns Hopkins scored two goals in the opening five minutes and rode to a 4-0 halftime advantage en route to a 6-0 victory over Brooklyn College in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's soccer tournament at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon.

DEFENDING YOUR COUNTRY
World Cup qualifying has BC players bragging

Brooklyn College midfielder Sayla Flores hopes to have bragging rights for the Mexicao National Team. When you're involved in soccer, international rivalries know no bounds, even if they're between two teams on opposite sides of the world.

A DRIVING FORCE, BUT NOT A DRIVER
Horne, at his sixth school, enjoys the ride at Brooklyn College

Patrick Horne: "Look where I am now. We're playing the NCAA tournament. Regardless of the outcome, it's a challenge." As a driving force with the Brooklyn College women's program, head coach Patrick Horne is just happy he doesn't have to drive. When he discovered he did not have to drive the Bulldogs from game to game in a van, he was elated.

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