For Immediate Release: September 13, 2004
Contact: David O'Brian (
Phone: 607-777-6478

Arnault named America East Conference Men's Soccer Co-Player of the Week

America East Conference Release

VESTAL, N.Y.--Sophomore midfielder Bryan Arnault (Clay, N.Y./ Cicero North Syracuse) has been named the America East Conference Player of the Week for Sept. 7-13. He shares the award with UMBC senior back Mike Pennacchia.

This marks the third time in his career that he has received a weekly award from the America East Conference. Last season, Arnault was named the Rookie of the Week for Sept. 22-28 as well as Oct. 27-Nov. 2.

Arnault earned MVP honors in leading Binghamton to the team title at the Philadelphia Soccer Classic this past weekend. He scored a goal in Saturday's 3-1 win over Philadelphia and in Sunday's 3-0 shutout of St. Joseph's.

Earlier in the season, Arnault was named the Offensive Most Outstanding Player of the Buffalo Fall Classic (Sept. 4-6). Currently, he is tied for the team lead with a career-high five goals and is second with 10 points.

In his freshman season, Arnault was named to the America East Conference All-Rookie Team.

Binghamton is currently 4-0-2 and is ranked No. 19 in the current College Soccer News and NSCAA/adidas weekly polls. The Bearcats travel to Siena on Wednesday for a 4 p.m. game.

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