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Andrew Bulls Nominated for 2009 America East Men's Soccer Fans' Choice Player of the Year; Voting Open Now!
For the second straight season, fans of UMBC men's soccer can voice their opinion on who the best player in the conference is. UMBC sophomore forward Andrew Bulls (Millersville, Md./McDonogh) is among nine players nominated for the 2009 America East Menís Soccer Fansí Choice Player of the Year. Click here to vote now.
Bulls leads the nation in scoring, with the most goals (15, 1.0 per game) and points (40, 2.67) in the country. He is a two-time America East Player of the Week and was the national player of the week (College Soccer News, NSCAA) in early September. His goal total is the most for a Retriever since Derek McElligott scored 15 in 2003 and is the sixth-most in a single season in school history.
Bulls has scored three or more points in seven games this season and is also ranked fourth in the nation in assists (10, 0.67 per game). He scored goals in UMBCís first six games and his eight goals in six games was the fastest to get to that plateau in UMBCís Division I history. Bulls produced at least one a point in his 11 consecutive games, tying the mark set by Retriever all-time great, Giuliano Celenza, who scored in 11 consecutive contests in 2000.
Voting for the 2009 America East Men's Soccer Fans' Choice Player of the Year will go until 12 noon on Monday, Nov. 2. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, Nov. 3 via release at AmericaEast.com.