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Kevon Harris Named First Team All-CAA

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Release: November 11, 2004
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Nov. 11, 2004

RICHMOND, VA (Nov. 11, 2004) -Senior Monarch Midfielder Kevon Harris (Kingston, Jamaica) has been named to the 2004 All-CAA Men's Soccer First Team for the second consecutive year, as selected by the CAA men's soccer coaches. Junior Forward Brian Cvilikas (Highlands Ranch, CO) made the All-CAA Second Team for the second year as well and Freshman Defender David Horst (Pine Grove, PA) was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team.

Kevon Harris leads the Monarchs in points this season, with 18 (seven goals, four assists), helping lead ODU to double-digit wins for the third consecutive year. Harris was named CAA Player of the Week October 25--after scoring game-winning goals against both James Madison and George Mason--and has been named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Year twice.

Brian Cvilikas leads all ODU forwards in scoring this season, with 13 points (five goals, three assists), which ranks second on the team. Cvilikas was named to the All-CAA Second Team in 2003. Freshman Defender David Horst made the inaugural CAA All-Rookie Team after playing a vital role in the Monarch defense this season. Horst, who has played in all 18 contests this season, was named CAA Rookie of the Week Oct. 11.

The #3 seed Monarchs play #2 seed James Madison Friday night at 8 p.m. in the CAA Tournament Semifinals at VCU's Sports Backers Stadium in Richmond.

2004 All-CAA Men's Soccer Team
First Team
Dominic Oduro, Virginia Commonwealth
Michael Todd, Hofstra
Sobhan Tadjalli, Delaware
Kevon Harris, Old Dominion
Kurt Morsink, James Madison
Simon Toselli, Virginia Commonwealth
Patrick Scherder, William & Mary
Gonzalo Segares, Virginia Commonwealth
Russell Bienias, UNC-Wilmington
Dan Sheridan, James Madison
John O'Hara, George Mason

Second Team Teba McKnight, George Mason Brian Cvilikas, Old Dominion Brannon Thomas, William & Mary Ricardo Opoku, Virginia Commonwealth Constantinos Christoudias, Hofstra Mark Totten, James Madison Bryan Hinkle, William & Mary Steve Fell, Towson Chris Rodd, William & Mary Veit Schaidinger, Virginia Commonwealth Saul Montero, Virginia Commonwealth

2004 CAA Player of the Year: Dominic Oduro, Virginia Commonwealth 2004 CAA Defender of the Year: Gonzalo Segares, Virginia Commonwealth 2004 CAA Rookie of the Year: Sobhan Tadjalli, Delaware 2004 CAA Coach of the Year: Aidan Heaney, UNC-Wilmington

All-Rookie Team Sobhan Tadjalli, Delaware Dominic Oduro, Virginia Commonwealth Constantinos Christoudias, Hofstra Sebastian Haensel, Towson Ricardo Opoku, Virginia Commonwealth Gerd Schuster, Hofstra David Horst, Old Dominion Tristan Murray, James Madison Samuel Asanta, Virginia Commonwealth Lasse Kokko, James Madison Michael Yakovac, William & Mary Brian Barry-Austin, George Mason Bret Patterson, UNC-Wilmington

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