Sisco-Tolomeo was named to the All-NESCAC First Team, while Muellers was named to the Second Team.
Both Sisco-Tolomeo and Muellers lettered all four years for the Ephs with their team roles on the team growing each season. Sisco-Tolomeo led the Ephs in scoring this season and the two previous seasons, while Muellers anchored the Eph back line and was a team captain this year.
|Mark Sisco-Tolomeo '18|
This season the Ephs went 8-3-5, advanced to the NESCAC Tournament, and Sisco-Tolomeo tallied a team-high four goals and added one assist to lead the Ephs in goals and points. One of Sisco-Tolomeo's goals was a game-winner. He started all 15 games that he played this year.
Muellers helped lead an Eph back line that allowed but 10 goals in the 15-game season, an average of 0.67 goals per game. Muellers netted one goal on the year when he came forward to head in a game-winner this season.
Over his four years Mark Sisco-Tolomeo netted 19 goals in 60 games and added two assists for 40 career points. In 61 games on the Eph back line Muellers netted three goals.
"Mark has produced a tremendous career in Purple and Gold," said Eph head coach Erin Sullivan. "He is a tireless worker, an opportunistic finisher, and he has been one of the most difficult matchups in our league for opposing defenses. He had a strong senior campaign leading the team in goals for the third consecutive season. Beyond the numbers, Mark is a fierce competitor, a compelling personality, and he has a virtually unparalleled passion for the game."
"Tobias is the consummate competitor, someone who devotes every ounce of himself to the task at hand, regardless of the situation," stated Sullivan. "He is a fearless ball-winner, an intelligent open field defender, and his distribution skills were markedly improved this year. Beyond Cole field, Tobias is an exemplary scholar-athlete, a true gentleman, and one of most highly respected members of our community. He has been a privilege to coach and work alongside during the past few years and this accolade is a fitting capstone to his collegiate soccer career."
"This is a well-deserved honor for both of these seniors who were undoubtedly among the league's best," Sullivan added. "Each of them could be counted on game in and game out this past season and throughout their entire careers. They have made countless contributions to our program and they will be sorely missed."