Pineda Keeper of the Year, Davis Coach of the Year on All-PacWest Team

Pineda Keeper of the Year, Davis Coach of the Year on All-PacWest Team

LAIE, Hawaii (Nov. 22, 2013) - The Pacific West Conference announced its 2013 All-PacWest Men's Soccer Team Friday with goalkeeper Chris Pineda earning first team honors as Goalkeeper of the Year. Head coach Mark Davis was named co-head coach of the year as well.

In addition to the honors for Pineda and Davis, Landon Southwick, Matthew Rider, Colby Bauer and Michael Moreno all earned various honors on the All-PacWest team.

Pineda manned the net for every minute of the Seasiders' season, totaling over 1,500 minutes of action. He posted a goals against average of 0.77, best in the conference. Pineda was also tops in the PacWest in save percentage (0.817) and had a league-best eight shutouts.

Much of Pineda's success can be credited to the strong back line play, highlighted by second team honoree Southwick and honorable mention Rider. The Seasider defense ranked No. 12 in shutout percentage nationally, No. 17 in team goals against average and No. 24 in save percentage.

Coach Davis led the Seasider to a program-best 9-3-4 season, including a 7-2-3 league record. The season was highlighted by a five-game winning streak featuring a 3-0 shutout of Fresno Pacific, eventual PacWest champion. Davis shares the coaching award with FPU coach Jaime Ramirez.

Bauer earned second team honors at the midfield position. Bauer scored two goals and had two assists and was a key cog in the middle for the Seasiders.

Moreno led the team with 15 points on the year to earn a spot on the third team, including a team-best six goals.

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