FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – The Capital Athletic Conference announced its All-CAC men's soccer teams on Wednesday and Salisbury University seniors Michael Kramer and Nick Carrington were named to the second team.
The senior defenders helped the Sea Gulls to an 8-9-3 overall record and a 4-3-2 conference record, giving Salisbury the fifth seed in the CAC tournament. Carrington and Kramer anchored a defense that was tied for second in the conference with a 0.99 goals against average and contributed to four shutouts on the season. The awards were the first All-CAC nominations for either player.
Carrington started all 20 matches this season and was a threat on both ends of the field. Along with his stellar defensive play, the co-captain led the team with five goals on the year. Four of the goals came on penalty kicks, where Carrington was a perfect 4-for-4. The Old Bridge, New Jersey native also had a team-high three game-winning goals. Carrington ends his career with 48 matches played, 35 matches started, 10 goals, and an assist.
Kramer also started all 20 matches this season, where he was the anchor to one of the best defenses in the conference. The co-captain showed his poise and leadership all season, shutting down some of the top offensive threats on opposing teams. Kramer ends his career with 67 matches played and 56 matches started.
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