NEW YORK - UNCG redshirt freshman Adam Shore was named to the Jewish Sports Review's 2010 Men's All-America College Soccer Team, the publication announced in its January/February issue.

Shore was UNCG's third-leading scorer this season. The forward from Summerfield, N.C., who prepped at American Hebrew Academy, scored 13 points on six goals and one assist. His one game-winning goal was a big one, as it was UNCG's lone score in a 1-0 win over longtime rival Furman that clinched a share of the Southern Conference regular-season title and the top seed in the SoCon Championship.

Shore scored in four straight matches from Oct. 19-30 and was named to the SoCon All-Freshman Team for his efforts on the year.

He helped the Spartans to a 12-6-4 overall record and a 4-1-2 mark in league play. Shore and the Spartans rattled off an 11-match unbeaten streak after dropping their first SoCon contest of the season and qualified for the NCAA tournament for the 10th time at the Division I level.

Shore was the lone forward on the 12-member Jewish Sports Review All-America Team and one of just two freshmen.

The Jewish Sports Review is a bi-monthly publication that highlights the accomplishments of Jewish athletes at the high school, college and professional levels.

2010 Jewish Sports Review Men's All-America College Soccer Team

Division I

First Team

Pos.     Name                       Class    School                  Hometown

F          Adam Shore            R-Fr.     UNCG                   Summerfield, N.C.

M         Laurence Braude       Fr.        Northeastern          Sydney, Australia

M         Matt Bahner              Jr.        Cincinnati              West Chester, Ohio

M         Yaron Bacher            Sr.        UCF                      Atlanta, Ga.

M         Jason Gorskie          Sr.        Pennsylvania         Marlboro, N.J.

D/M      Steve Birnbaum        So.       California               Irvine, Calif.

D          Jake Levin                Jr.        Pennsylvania         Columbia, Md.

D          Justin Kamine           Sr.        Lafayette               Oldwick, N.J.

D          Assef Sheleg            Gr.        St. Peters              Kibbutz Maabarot, Israel

D          Daniel Steres            Jr.        San Diego State    Calabasas, Calif.

GK       Zach MacMath          Jr.        Maryland               St. Petersburg, Fla.

GK       Dan Berg                  Sr.        Pennsylvania         Whitefish Bay, Wis.

 

Honorable Mention

F          Chase Aaronson       Jr.        Cornell                  Palm Springs, Calif.

F          Andrew Goldberg      Jr.        Drexel                   Southampton, Pa.

F          Daniel Haber             Fr.        Cornell                  Toronto, Ontario, Canada

F          Dmitri Pelts              Sr.        St. Peters              Kfer Saba, Israel

M         Brett Berman            Jr.        UC Irvine               Westlake Village, Calif.

M         Alex Betancourt        Sr.        Pittsburgh             Syosset, N.Y.

M         Adam Shaw              Jr.        Michigan               Lone Tree, Colo.

M         Mark Tonkel              So.       Portland                Los Gatos, Calif.

M/D      Scott Lakin               Fr.        Northwestern         Deerfield, Ill.

D/M      Seth Goldman          So.       American               Fairfax, Va.

D          Tal Bubill                  Fr.        Drexel                   Kfar-Mass, Israel

D          Matt Didomenico      Fr.        Drexel                   Commack, N.Y.

D          Michael Stone           Jr.        Delaware               Morganville, N.J.

GK       Nick Goldreich          Jr.        UC Riverside         Pasadena, Calif.

GK       Drew Kotler              Jr.        Northwestern         Wynnewood, Pa.

GK       Jonathan Nydell        Sr.        Lehigh                   Islamorada, Fla.