Men's Soccer: PSC's Fungaroli and Ogilve Receive All Region XX Laurels

Trey Ogilvie
Trey Ogilvie is one of three key players that will return for Potomac State Soccer in fall 2012.  Photo Courtesy Raymond Burner

Keyser, WV- Conor Fungaroli knows a few things about keeping things from slipping past him. The freshman from Bedford, Pa. helped lead the Potomac State Men's Soccer team to one of their top seasons ever this past fall by keeping other teams from putting the ball in the net.

The 6-0 goalkeeper finished the 2011 season ranked as the 10th best goalkeeper in NJCAA Division III Soccer. Fungaroli had a goals-against average of .925 in 14 games. He allowed just eleven goals all season in 1070 minutes played, saving 96 of 107 shots he faced.

Potomac State Head Coach Ray Kiddy is happy to have Fungaroli in the fold again for next season. "I am excited about Conor's achievements this season and look forward to having him return next season.  Conor will lead the country next year again and have a possibility of being name NJCAA All-American."

His efforts led him to be named to the 2011 Region XX Men's Soccer First Team. He was also named to the Region XX All-Tournament team.

Joining Fungaroli with Region XX awards was fellow Catamount Trey Ogilvie, who was named to the Region XX Second Team.

Ogilvie, a Winchester, Va. native led Potomac State in scoring with 12 goals and two assists in leading PSC to a 9-5-1 record.

Kiddy had praises for his young scorer and has big plans for the 2012 season. "Trey led out team in scoring. Trey has a deadly shot and I look forward to his return next season.  We have 18 returning freshmen next season. It should be exciting."

Gudiel Guzman, who attended Berkeley Springs High School was also named to the 2011 Region XX All-Tournament Team for Potomac State.

Again the youth of the Catamounts has Kiddy excited for the fall. "Gudiel worked hard this season to stabilize the midfield and give us a great offensive punch.  I look forward to great things from Guzman next season."