Men's soccer has five named to All-Conference Team

Men's soccer has five named to All-Conference Team

Five different members of the Pratt Community College men's soccer team have been named to the Kansas Jayhawk Community College All-Conference Team for the 2018 season. Four sophomore Beavers and one freshman made the list. A player from every field position made the cut.

Sophomore forward Francesco D'Aulerio earned the Beavers' only First Team All-Conference honor. D'Aulerio was the leading goal scorer for his club and ended the regular season tied for the most goals scored in the West half of the Jayhawk Conference. The Italian native had a foot in 13 goals for the blue and white while also racking up three assists during the season. Ten of his goals came against opponents in the conference including two game-winning scores.

Two different men for Pratt made the Second Team All-Conference Defender list. Defender Rhys Farrow-Blance was the only freshman from PCC to make a notch on the All-Conference team. Farrow-Blance was one of the Jayhawk Conference's best scoring defensive players. With only eight shots in 2018, Farrow-Blance netted five goals for his squad, three of which were game-winning goals. He started in 11 of the Beavers' 12 confernces matchups and missed a single game only due to injury.

Sophomore Adam Ward rounded out the names of PCC defenders to make the list of the conference's most talented individuals. Ward started in all 16 of Pratt's games during the year including 12 conferences matches.

Pratt had two midfielders that made the Second Team All-Conference group as well. Sophomore Uriel Argumedo-Contreras was one half of the award recipients. Argumedo-Contreras was one of the leading playmakers for PCC with four assists. Right behind him was fellow midfielder Carlos Reyna who made the Second Team All-Conference list as well with two assists of his own.

"I'm really proud of all the guys earning All-Conference honors. It's nice to be recognized by the coaches for their excellent play this season," said Head Men's Soccer Coach Kevin Kewley.

PCC men's soccer will return to action in the Fall of 2019. Stay posted to for all offseason updates.