Four rounds and 34 teams later, the final four teams are left standing in the Division II Men’s Soccer Championship.
The Fighting Knights head coach led Lynn to three national title games in four years, winning it all in 2012 and 2014.
His nine goals and five assists were both tops on the team.
His 21 goals are third-best in DII and his 11 assists lead the team.
This team has plenty of scorers, and Charleston needs to keep tabs on Jimmie Villalobos who has eight goals of his own.
Sophomore goal keeper Paulo Pita made sure the Golden Eagles returned to their fourth straight semifinals, not allowing a goal the entire postseason.
As Charleston’s assistant the past three seasons, he has been to two national championship games in the past three seasons.
As he has the past three years, senior forward Will Roberts led the way this season.
His 11 goals were best on the team, while his five assists were second.
Junior mid Patrick Guier had another stong season as well, putting in seven goals to go along with seven assists.