Three members of the 2016 Concordia Stingers men’s soccer team have been named to the conference all-star teams announced yesterday by the RSEQ.
Olivier Georges, a third-year defender from Boucherville, Que., was named to the first all-star team. It is the third straight all-star honour for Georges. He played 12 games for the Stingers and was named the game MVP three times.
Amadou Lam, a fifth-year native of Nouakchott, Mauritania, earns a place on the second all-star team. It is his first league honour. In 12 games the mid-fielder scored four goals and was the MVP once.
Karl Gouabe, originally from Yaoundé, Cameroun, is also a second team all-star. The rookie goalkeeper allowed just 14 goals on the 59 shots he faced in nine games. His goals-against average was 1.57. He was the Stingers’ game MVP on three occasions.
The last time Concordia had three athletes on the RSEQ men’s soccer honour roll was in 2002.