DII-AA East All-Region Soccer Team Announced

Monday, June 20, 2022

Eighteen student-athletes have been selected for the 2022 Division II-AA All-East Region Boys Soccer Team. Spencer Bernard of the Webb School of Knoxville was chosen as the Region’s Most Valuable Player. The senior scored 10 goals and added nine assists on the season for the Spartans.

He will continue his education and soccer playing career at Rhodes College.

 

The All-Region team was selected based on voting from the Region’s five head coaches.

 

2022 TSSAA DIVISION II-AA ALL-EAST REGION BOYS SOCCER TEAM

Daniel Anderson (McCallie)

Nicko Bellot (CCS)

Spencer Bernard (Knox Webb) MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

Quinn Brennan (Knox Catholic)

Zander Brown (Knox Webb)

Byron Chambers (McCallie)

Gui Gragnano (Baylor)

Jaylon Green (Knox Webb)

Preston Holmes (Knox Webb)

Jake Kellerhals (Baylor)

Luke Lentz (Knox Webb)

David MItchell (Baylor)

Nathaniel Peace (CCS)

Aleksi Peltonen (Baylor)

Riley Shankle (Baylor)

Nathan Smart (McCallie)

Phelipe Spielman (Baylor)

Zach Ubamadu (Baylor)

 

Honorable Mention: Mohammed Wumpini (Baylor), Chris Grill, Mario Rivera (Knoxville Catholic), J.P. Quigley (Knox Webb), Luke Jacobs, Christian Perez (McCallie).


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