New Hampshire leads NESJ’s 2020-21 postseason awards


UNH’s Rory O’Driscoll and UVM’s Daniel Pacella fight for possession in midfield. (China Wong)

Over a month has passed since the 2020-21 college soccer season ended for teams across New England, making it time to sort through postseason awards.

New England Soccer Journal has dished out nine awards around the region’s Division I men’s scene, recognizing some of the top performances from the spring-heavy campaign. As one might expect, there’s a strong University of New Hampshire presence.

The local awards are as follows: Goalkeeper of the Year, Defender of the Year, Midfielder of the Year, Forward of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Breakout Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. We’ve also determined a “Top Local Beyond New England” winner and “Top NEPSAC Alum” honoree.

Check out the full rundown below.





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