FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2002
2001 JU Men's Soccer Recap

March 22, 2002

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The 2001 Jacksonville University Dolphins brought the "Bob Moullin Era" in with a bang. Picked to finish as low as seventh in the conference in preseason polls, the young Dolphin team finished third in regular season play before shocking the conference and advancing to the A-Sun tournament championship match. JU's unexpected run ended with a 2-1 loss to Mercer in the championship match, thus ending a successful first season under Bob Moullin. Here are some of the 2001 Dolphins highlights:

&#61623, 16 Dolphins were named to the A-Sun All-Academic team
&#61623, 6 players made the Dean's List
&#61623, 2001 Coastal Carolina Tournament Champions
&#61623, Ranked as high as 10th in the South region for the week of by NSCAA, along with national    powers North Carolina, Clemson, South Carolina and Wake Forest.
&#61623, Defeated Mercer and Coastal Carolina, two teams who participated in the NCAA Tournament.
&#61623, The first team to qualify for the A-Sun tournament.
&#61623, Reached the Atlantic Sun Tournament championship match.
&#61623, Ranked 30th in the nation in scoring average, scoring 2.13 goals a match.
&#61623, Hamdy Bonin was named to the A-Sun first team after leading the league and ranking ninth      nationally, scoring 0.92 goals per match.
  Bonin also lead the conference and ranked 12th in the nation, scoring 2.00 points per match.
&#61623, Sophomore Sean Steed led the A-Sun and ranked sixth nationally with 0.64 assists per match.
&#61623, Mike Miller ranked first in the conference in goals against, while ranking second in         shutouts and goals against average.
&#61623, Richard Blackburn, Dia Hunte and Carlos Serrano each earned A-Sun All-Freshman team honors
&#61623, Steve Command along with Miller, Serrano and Steed, were named to the A-Sun All-tournament   team.
&#61623, Three players were named to the A-Sun All-Freshman team
&#61623, Four players were named to the A-Sun All-Tournament team