2019 Men's Soccer Award Winners

Week Nine (Nov. 5, 2019)
Josiah Ortiz - Limestone

Ortiz registered four goals in a 2-0-1 week for Limestone last week. The freshman midfielder from Buford, Ga. collected a hat trick in Limestone’s 6-1 win over Mount Olive on Nov. 2. He followed that up with a goal in Limestone’s 4-0 road win at King on Nov. 4.  

The hat trick was Limestone’s first since the 2015 season.

Week Eight (Oct. 29, 2019)
Ben Delisle – King

The junior from Montreal, Quebec, Canada collected seven points on three goals and one assist in two wins last week for King.

Delisle secured his third multi-goal game of the season and the fifth of his career with two goals in King’s 5-0 win at Southern Wesleyan on Oct. 23. In King’s 2-1 home win over Mount Olive on Saturday, Oct. 26, Delisle featured in both goals in the victory with a goal and an assist. He scored in the 75th minute to pick up the game-winning goal over Mount Olive. He now has two game-winning goals this season.

Week Seven (Oct. 22, 2019)
Ben Delisle – King

Delisle scored three goals last week for King. He had two goals in King’s game at North Greenville on Oct. 16 before scoring another in the Tornado game with Chowan at home on Saturday, Oct. 19.

Delisle now has four games in his career where he has scored two or more goals after collecting the brace in the game at North Greenville. 

Week Six (Oct. 15, 2019)
Trevin Myers – Chowan 

A junior out of Lehigh Acres, Fla., Myers finished a perfect 2-0-0 week for Chowan last week with six points on four assists and a goal.

Myers had two assists in Chowan’s 4-0 non-conference win over Lenoir-Rhyne on Oct. 9. He followed that up with one goal and two assists in Chowan’s 4-2 conference win over Lees-McRae on Saturday, Oct. 12.

Week Five (Oct. 8, 2019)
Ben Knust – Belmont Abbey

A sophomore goalkeeper out of Omaha, Neb., Knust was fantastic between the pipes last week for Belmont Abbey.

In a week in which Belmont Abbey was facing off against two of the teams atop the Conference Carolinas men’s soccer standings currently, Knust had two shutouts and made 17 saves. 

In Belmont Abbey’s 0-0 double overtime tie with regionally-ranked Emmanuel, Knust had a career-best 11 saves. He followed that up with six saves in Belmont Abbey’s 3-0 shutout conference road win at Chowan on Saturday, Oct. 5. 

Week Four (Oct. 1, 2019)
Harrison Ardron - Chowan

A sophomore from Blackpool, England, Ardron collected the first hat trick of his college career in Chowan’s 4-1 conference road win at Erskine on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Week Three (Sept. 24, 2019)
Vincent Stulec – Erskine

A freshman defender out of Spring Hill, Fla., Vincent Stulec helped lead Erskine to an undefeated week with the Flying Fleet securing a 2-2 double overtime tie at No. 2 Lander on Sept. 18 and a 3-2 win in double overtime at Lees-McRae on Saturday, Sept. 21.

Stulec helped anchor the Flying Fleet defensively in the 2-2 double overtime tie with nationally second-ranked Lander. He followed that up by scoring two goals in Erskine’s thrilling 3-2 double overtime conference win over Lees-McRae in Banner Elk, N.C.

Stulec originally scored the first goal of his career in the Erskine win over Lees-McRae in the 46th minute. He scored the game-winning goal in the match in the 103rd minute.

Week Two (Sept. 17, 2019)
Gianni Serio - Belmont Abbey

A native of Pembroke Pines, Fla., Gianni Serio helped lead Belmont Abbey to victory in its conference opener by assisting on all three Crusader goals in a 3-1 home win over Barton.

The three assists were the first assists of Serio’s career. 

Week One (Sept. 10, 2019)
Tristyn de Laaf - Limestone

A junior midfielder, Tristyn de Laaf scored twice in 25th-ranked Limestone’s road win over South Atlantic Conference preseason favorite Lenoir-Rhyne on Thursday, Sept. 5. The Dubai, UAE native had a team-high eight shot attempts. 

Last season, de Laaf led the Saints with six goals and finished third on the team with a total of 12 points.