More awards for Maple Ridge’s Anthony DiNicolo

Last month, DiNicolo was named to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference All-Academic team

The awards keep coming for Maple Ridge’s Anthony DiNicolo, as the senior defender for the SFU Clan soccer team was named to NCAA’s All-West Region second all-star team this week.

Last month, DiNicolo was named to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference All-Academic team for the second straight year. DiNicolo was also named to the GNAC’s first all-star team.

DiNicolo and the SFU Clan men’s soccer team clinched the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championship for the second year in a row in October.

DiNicolo was one of six SFU players to receive All-West Region all-star honours.

“I am incredibly proud of these players for receiving these awards,” said SFU head coach Alan Koch. “To have five first team All-Region and one second team selection by the NSCAA coaches is very fitting of the season our group had this year.”

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