Ten former Falcons named to GSC All-Time team

Published 1:50 pm Monday, July 12, 2010

Ten former University of Montevallo men’s soccer players were recently named to the Gulf South Conference’s All-Time Team.

Former Falcon stars Jonathan Maloney and Raven Keet were named the All-Time GSC Player and Goalkeeper, respectively. Montevallo had 10 total selections, which was one more than the next highest school in West Florida.

Maloney was named Gulf South Conference Athlete of the Week more times than any male athlete in conference history. He was a two-time South Region Player of the Year and three-time GSC Player of the Year. He was also a two-time All-American and ended his career as the career leader in goals, game-winners and points in the GSC.

Keet was a three-time All-GSC First Team member. He holds three of the top four spots in the UM record book for saves in a game and is second all-time in career saves. He also holds the UM single-season record for lowest goals against average with a 0.60 GAA in 2004. He is also the career leader in shutouts with 23.

Joining Maloney and Keet on the first team were Adam Frazer and Matthew Wheatley. Frazer was a four-time All-GSC selection including two First Team nods. He served as the Falcons assistant coach last season. Wheatley was one of just two players on the list to be selected First Team All-GSC four times.

On the Second Team were Melford James, Jr., Kevin Garneys, Clint Roper, Digby Watt and former head coach Ryan Pratt. James, Jr. was named GSC Defender of the Week a record seven times during his career. Garneys was a three-time All-GSC selection and two-time All-South Region pick. Roper was a two-time First Team All-GSC pick and was named to the All-Tournament team. Watt was a three-time All-GSC First Team selection. Pratt coached the Falcons in the GSC for eight seasons and advanced to the GSC Tournament all eight years.

Martin Cocker was given an Honorable Mention as he was a two-time All-GSC First Team selection and was named to the GSC All-Tournament team.