Immediate Release: December 12, 2005
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Munro and Danilo named NSCAA All-New York Region
Munro earns third straight first-team appearance, Danilo tabbed for second consecutive year
VESTAL, N.Y.--Senior back Graham Munro (Invergordon, Scotland) and senior midfielder Danilo (Sao Paulo, Brazil) have been named to the NSCAA All-New York Region Teams. Murno earned first-team honors for the third straight season while Danilo, who made the first team last year, was named to the second team this season.
Murno, who is the three-time America East Defender of the Year, ranked fourth on the Bearcats this season with five goals and 10 points. He has also been named first-team all-conference in each of his four seasons at Binghamton.
Danilo, who has been named first-team all-conference the past two seasons, also concludes an impressive career. While he had a goal and an assist this season, he was once again the vital link between the Bearcat backline and strikers.
Both Munro and Danilo were named to the inaugural America East Conference Fall Academic Team.
In the four years Munro and Danilo have been with the program, Binghamton has won the 2003 America East championship and was the runner up in 2004 and 2005. The Bearcats are one of just three teams to have advanced to the America East finals three consecutive seasons. In addition, Binghamton advanced to the second round of the 2003 NCAA Tournament and has been nationally ranked by both the NSCAA and College Soccer News the past two seasons.
"For Graham to be recognized three times and Danilo to be recognized twice is a tremendous honor," head coach Paul Marco said. "Our region is very competitive and has many talented players. These two players have meant a lot to our program and are certainly deserving of this award."
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