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Salisbury University's Five Gulls Earn NSCAA Scholar All-East Region accolades

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The Salisbury University men's soccer team has continued to collect postseason accolades, as five Sea Gulls received honorable mention on the 2013 NSCAA Men's Scholar All-East Region team, the organization announced.

Seniors Jake Perry and Adam Quigley and juniors Kyle Westbrook, Stephen Poorman and Matt Greene all earned honors on the All-East team.

Westbrook, captain and starting defenseman for the Gulls this season, found his place on the team with a 3.68 grade-point average, as he works toward a degree in biology. The Salisbury, Md., native started in all 22 contests, helping SU to 15 shutout victories this season.

Quigley, Perry and Poorman earned accolades as midfielders on the team. Senior captain Quigley possesses a 3.55 GPA, as he looks toward graduating with a degree in athletic training. The Laurel, Md., native tallied three goals and three assists this season for nine points.

Perry approaches graduation with dual majors in finance and history, as he sports a 3.83 GPA. The West Deptford, N.J., native controlled the middle of the field for the Sea Gulls, recording a team-high seven assists this season. The senior also added four goals through 18 matches to collect 15 points.

Poorman, captain and starting midfielder, holds a 3.79 GPA as a finance major. The Stroudsburg, Pa., native started in all 22 games for the Gulls, finding the back of the net seven times this season.

Greene was honored as a forward on the All-East team, while retaining a 3.53 GPA as an economics major. The Rockville, Md., native started in 14 of the 21 matches he competed in this season, recording four goals and six assists for 14 points.

Salisbury concluded the season with an overall record of 18-4, going 8-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference and reaching the conference championship. Salisbury extended its season to the second round of the NCAA tournament, falling to the eventual national champion Messiah College, 3-0.

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