LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Brandon Weiner (Derwood, Md./Col. Zadok A. Magruder), one of four seniors on Goucher's 2014 roster, was named an All-American men's soccer player today by the Jewish Sports Review.
The publication also listed Nate Margolis (Ivyland, Pa./Council Rock North), another of the seniors who played for head coach Bryan Laut's Gophers, as an honorable mention on its 2014 Men's College Division II/III All-America Soccer Team.
In Weiner, the JSR recognized a player who was a first-team selection on the 2014 All-Landmark Conference Team as a defender, but also supplied the Gophers with three goals and a pair of assists. He started and appeared in 16 games on a team that finished with an 8-6-3 record and claimed a berth in the Landmark Conference playoffs.
Weiner also a second-team All-Landmark defender as a freshman in 2011.
Margolis started all 17 games this season and earned second-team all-conference honors. A forward, he scored three times and also had one assist, and only two players in the history of Goucher's men's soccer program had more assists during their careers than his final total of 19.
The Jewish Sports Review is a bi-monthly magazine that identifies which star and professional athletes are Jewish. It also selects Jewish All-America College teams in baseball, football, basketball softball, soccer and lacrosse.