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MEN'S SOCCER NOTEBOOK: RETRIEVER ALUMS HELP BALTIMORE BLAST CAPTURE ANOTHER MISL TITLE
Another Honor for Caringi: Head Coach Pete Caringi was inducted into the University of Baltimoreís Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, May 5 at Baltimoreís Belvedere Hotel. Caringi was a two-time All American at UB (1976, 1977), is the schoolís all-time leading goal scorer with 70 and captained the 1975 team to the NCAA Division II national title. The university dropped its athletic program in 1983. Gross Honored: Fullback Marcus Gross was named UMBCís Outstanding Male Senior Athlete, sharing the prestigious award with lacrosseís Brendan Mundorf. Gross was also named the teamís Most Valuable Player. Junior forward David Feazell (five goals) was named the teamís Most Improved Player, while sophomore back Bryan Moffa earned Unsung Hero honors. Retrievers in the Pros: Congratulations to former Retrievers Giuliano Celenza, Billy Nelson and P.J. Wakefield, who each earned their third Major Indoor Soccer League title in the last four years with the Baltimore Blast. Celenza led the MISL with 38 goals (in 29 games) and finished fifth with 46 total points. He was just named to the MISL First Team. Goalkeeper Brian Rowland competed this season with perennial Baltimore foe, the Milwaukee Wave. Also, 2004 and 2005 standout Matt Watson just recorded his third goal of the year as a member of the USLís Richmond Kickers. Watsonís goal was the gameís first as Richmond routed Harrisburg, 5-2, on May 14. Be on the Lookout: UMBCís 2006 fall schedule and a complete list of the incoming class will be released in the next couple of weeks.