Quartet of Titans Earn Student-Athlete of Month Honors

By  //  December 3, 2014

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Three women’s soccer players and men’s basketball player Demetrius McReynolds share Eastern Florida State College Student-Athlete of Month honors for November. (Eastern Florida image)

Three women’s soccer players and men’s basketball player Demetrius McReynolds share Eastern Florida State College Student-Athlete of Month honors for November. (Eastern Florida image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Three women’s soccer players and men’s basketball player Demetrius McReynolds share Eastern Florida State College Student-Athlete of Month honors for November.

The soccer players – sophomore Jamie Perriello, and freshmen Abbie Camargo and Denise Rodriguez – all finished the season with national rankings.

Camargo, a freshman from Ocala, Florida and Trinity Catholic High, ranked 10th nationally in assists with a school-record 16. Camargo also scored 11 goals for a team-high 38 points.

She was selected to the NJCAA Women’s Division I National Championship All-Tournament team. EFSC finished third in the tournament.

Perriello, a sophomore from Boca Raton, Florida and Boca Raton Community High, ranked sixth with seven game-winning goals and was 10th nationally in penalty kicks converting two in two attempts.

EFSC-LOGO-180Perriello scored a team-high 12 goals and also was an All-Tournament team selection.

Rodriguez, a freshman from Grand Prairie, Texas and James Bowie High, was tied with three other goalkeepers for first nationally in goals against with one; was one of three with no losses and was alone atop with no ties. She was third in save percentage at .944 and fourth in goals against average .021.

Rodriguez played 420 minutes in 11 games, three as a starter. She was credited with three victories.

EFSC finished the season with a consensus third-place ranking nationwide and a 13-1-2 record.

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McReynolds, a sophomore from Louisville, Kentucky and Butler High, leads the Titans in minutes per game at 30.2, is second in field goal percentage at 50 percent, is tops among players who have appeared in more than one game in three-point percentage at 46.2 percent, is tops in free throw percentage at 85.2 and is second in points per game at 16.1. He also is third in rebounding at 5.6 per game.

Eastern Florida began December with an 8-1 record.


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