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Munro named first-team America East All-Conference
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VESTAL, N.Y. — Freshman defender Graham Munro (Inverness, Scotland/ Invergordon) has been named first team America East All-Conference, the conference office announced on Thursday. He was the only freshman this season from any team in the conference to be named to the first team. In addition, Munro was also named to the All-Rookie Team.

Also earning accolades from the conference were sophomore forward Stephen Bruce (Buckie Scotland, Buckie Community), who was named the second team, and freshman midfielder Kyle Antos (Endicott, N.Y./ Union-Endicott), who like Munro, was also named to the All-Rookie team.

"This is great for our program to have three players honored in our first season in the conference," head coach Paul Marco said. "We are proud of our players and this is a great way for them to be acknowledged for their hard work. It is a sign of great things to come. We are especially proud of Graham. He definitely deserved to be on the first team."

Munro had a team-high four goals this season. Bruce finished the season with three goals while Antos tied for the team lead with three assists.

Binghamton finished its first season under Marco with a 6-11-1 record, including a 2-6 mark in the America East Conference.

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