Members of the 2015 graduating class were honored and the team's annual award winners were announced.
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The Friars received one first-place vote.
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Phil Towler, Fabio Machado, Brandon Adler, Dominik Machado and Mac Steeves all received All-Region honors.
2014: Started all 23 games that he played for the Friars … Tallied 20 points on the season on six goals and eight assists … Led the team and finished the year ranked 14th in the nation in assists … Finished third on the team in points, goals and shots (50)… Led the team and BIG EAST conference, as well as ranking 12th in the nation, in game-winning goals (5) … Two of his game-winning goals came in post-season play, including the game winner against Creighton (Nov. 14) in the BIG EAST semifinal and the game winner against Michigan State in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinal (Dec. 6) … Had three multi-point games, including one at Bryant on Aug. 29 (two assists for two points), one against Villanova on Oct. 11 (one goal and one assist for three points) and one at Michigan State in the NCAA Quarterfinal on Dec. 6 (one goals and one assist for three points) … Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (10/13) … Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team (11/11) … Named to the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (12/9) … Named to the NSCAA Great Lakes All-Regional Second Team … Named the team’s co-offensive MVP.
2013: Played in all 22 games ... Recorded eight points on the season with three goals and two assists ... Finished third on the team in shots with 39 ... Named Big East Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 23.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played at Drexel University during the 2012 season ... Appeared in 18 games and made 15 starts for Drexel ... Helped Drexel to a first-place finish in the Colonial Athletic Association and the team advanced to the NCAA tournament ... Scored four goals and had five assists in the 2012 season ... Named to the All-CAA Third Team ... Prior to Drexel, he played at Burlington County College during the 2011 season ... Named a 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's Junior College Division I All-American ... Scored 21 goals and had nine assists in 15 appearances for Burlington County ... Before Burlington County, Machado played four seasons of varsity soccer at Leominster High School and three years for the New England Revolution Academy ... He finished his high school career with a school record 79 goals and a school record 111 points.
PERSONAL: Son of Tatiana Stefanes ... Interests and hobbies include football, volleyball and basketball... Favorite athletes are Cristiano Ronaldo and Kobe Bryant ... Favorite teams are Flamengo and Real Madrid ... Management major.
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