DANBURY, Conn. – The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced its men's soccer awards for the 2015 season on Thursday and Salisbury University had a pair of players earn South All-Star status.
Eiben, a defender, helped Salisbury to the 19th-ranked team goals-against average in the nation, allowing just 0.62 goals per game. Also selected as a first-team All-Capital Athletic Conference pick, Eiben got involved on the offensive end this season, scoring four goals and adding an assist.
Staedeli closed out a tremendous four-year career in goal, registering a 43-11-8 career record and a 0.60 goals-against average through his 64 games played. In 2015, the Ellicott City, Maryland native led the CAC and ranked fifth nationally with a .890 save percentage while he finished second in the CAC and 21st nationally with a 0.63 GAA, earning second-team All-CAC honors.
The men's soccer team won its eighth CAC title in 2015, qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the 13th time in program history, going 13-4-3 on the year.
To see the entire list of ECAC South All-Stars for men's soccer, click here.