Binghamton's Stenta Picked Men's Soccer Fans' Choice Player of Year

Release: 11/11/2008
Courtesy: America East Communications
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Binghamton University junior goalkeeper Jason Stenta has been chosen the inaugural America East Men's Soccer Fans' Choice Player of the Year. Stenta received 25 percent of, 734 of the 2,975 votes, less than 100 votes ahead of New Hampshire's Kyle Urso (641) and Vermont's Connor Tobin (351).

Stenta, a native of Binghamton, leads a Bearcat defense that ranks sixth in the nation in in team goal's against average (0.56). Individually he leads America East and ranks in the top ten nationally in GAA (0.55) and save percentage (0.893). Stenta, a two-time America East All-Championship team selection, also leads the league with 10 shutouts and has 30 for his career.

Voting for the Fans' Choice Player of the Year ran from November 4-10 with one player of each member institution named to the ballot.