It’s the end of the season, it’s time to vote for the star players in the NPSL!
The National Premier Soccer League has opened its voting to supporters for the All-Conference, All-Regional and National teams and for the Goal of the Season. Click here to vote for the All-Conference team: http://www.npsl.com/awards/2018-conference-xi-voting/north-atlantic-conference-xi
But don’t delay as voting closes tomorrow, Wednesday July 11.
Featured below are the Boston City FC nominations.
Keep checking back at this link throughout the next few weeks to vote for more categories as they open up: http://www.npsl.com/awards
Goalkeeper Jacob Wagmeister waited patiently for his chance to shine between the posts and he certainly excelled when he came into the starting line up after four matches and his performances earned him the Ironsides Crew supporters group Man of the Year award.
His debut featured the first shutout by a Lions keeper making a debut in goal in a 2-0 home win over Hartford City. Jacob went on to make some spectacular saves and his performances earned points against the Rhode Island Reds and Seacoast United Mariners.
Midfielder Isaac Nana Addai was this season’s top scorer and while his four goals did not rival his tally of 15 from 2017, the midfielder still produced some memorable and exciting individual performances and proved a constant threat.
He scored both goals in a 2-2 draw at Rhode Island, grabbed the first goal of the season in a 1-1 draw at TSF, and was on target in the 2-0 home win over Hartford City. Isaac was ever-present and played every minute of the campaign until injury ruled him out of the final match of 2018.
Few players expressed the work-rate that defender Michael Rincon showed every week as he provided an uncompromising presence on the right side of the defense, while providing a potent attacking option going forward.The wing-back played in eight matches, missing two through injury and suspension, and played with his heart on his sleeve throughout the season.
Forward Rigoberto Jimenez worked tirelessly throughout the season, first as a lone forward and then on the right side of the attack. His willingness to chase every ball for the cause was rewarded with a goal in the memorable 2-0 home win over Hartford City.