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For Immediate Release: November 22, 2004
Contact: David O'Brian (dobrian@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6478

Darkwah named to ESPN The Magazine's Men's Soccer Academic All-America Third Team

VESTAL, N.Y.--Senior forward Charles Darkwah (Toronto, Ontario) has been named to ESPN The Magazine's Men's Soccer Academic All-America Third Team. The voting was done by the College Sports Information Directors of America (COSIDA).

In the classroom, Darkwah is a human development major and has consistently made the Dean's List since transferring to Binghamton from West Virginia prior to his sophomore season. He is scheduled to graduate in May.

On the field, Darkwah was named the America East Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 2004. He finished the season with 12 goals, five assists and 29 points. Darkwah tied for the most goals in the America East Conference and was second in points. He helped lead the Bearcats to an 11-2-8 record as well as their second straight appearance in the America East Conference championship game.

"This is a great honor for Charles," head coach Paul Marco said. "It is a tribute to everything that he has done on the field and in the classroom. Given the fact that he transferred to Binghamton, he made the adjustment very well and we are very proud of him."
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