Paddock earned second team All-East honors, while Savarese and Streilein were tabbed as Honorable Mention. All three had been previously named to the America East Men's Soccer All-Academic Team in the fall.
Paddock, a defender from Worcestershire, England, was the lone All-Conference First-Team selection to earn All-Academic team honors in America East in 2011. He has now has recorded four consecutive semesters on the President's List with a perfect 4.00 grade-point average. On the pitch, the double major in psychology/sociology has started all 55 games at fullback that he has dressed for in his tenure at UMBC.
Savarese just completed an outstanding four-year career with UMBC. He started his final 65 games of 70 in the black and gold. He served as a team captain this season and earned his degree in the fall in business technology administration.
Streilein won three letters at UMBC, after beginning his career at Delaware, and amassed six goals and six assists in 70 collegiate contests. Also a business technology administration major, Streilein played both at midfield and marking fullback for UMBC during his tenure.