Two Rivers athletes earned All-American distinction from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for their play this fall. Maclaine Lehan ’14 and Trevor Davock ’15 were each recognized on Nov. 18 during the weekly all-school assembly by Director of Athletics Jim McNally.
Maclaine adds the NSCAA All-American honor to her list of accomplishments alongside the 2013 Independent School League (ISL) Defensive Player of the Year award and a NEPSAC Class B Championship. This is the second consecutive season in which Maclaine has won the Defensive Player of the Year award, completing a two-year run in which Rivers allowed just nine goals and completed two undefeated regular seasons.
Maclaine has verbally committed to play soccer at Brown University next fall.
Trevor earned his All-American status by leading the ISL in scoring, netting 25 goals in league play with five assists for 55 total points. Trevor was also named ISL Offensive Player of the Year for his part in leading a Red Wings offense that outscored its opponents 40-11 in ISL play.
Trevor’s 25 goals are the most in ISL play since Charlie Davies (Brooks) and Jake Duker (Belmont Hill) scored 30 and 25 goals, respectively, in 2003.
Both Trevor and Maclaine have also been named Boston Globe All-Scholastics.