Gaumer Named Third Team All-American for Second-Consecutive Year

Gaumer Named Third Team All-American for Second-Consecutive Year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Saint Joseph's College senior defender Dalton Gaumer (Corona, Calif.) has been selected, for the second-consecutive season, as a United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-American, as announced by the organization on Thursday on the eve of the 2018 NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Soccer Championship semifinals in Greensboro, N.C.

Gaumer is one of just four defenders from around the country to be named as a United Soccer Coaches All-American multiple times and is one of only six New England Region players to be listed on the three teams totaling 49 of the best NCAA DIII Men's Soccer players.

He is the first Saint Joseph's athlete to earn All-America honors in consecutive seasons since the College became a full-time NCAA DIII member in 2002. Only eight other athletes in the 48-year history of SJC Athletics have garnered multiple All-America accolades – the last to do so was former baseball standout Steve Osborne '01, who collected NAIA All-America honors in 1999, 2000, and 2001.

The two-year captain garners national acclaim after scoring a goal with three assists for five total points while leading a defense that allowed only six goals over 22 games this fall. The Monks led the nation in shutout percentage (86.4%) and ranked second in the country with a 0.261 goals-against average.

A two-time GNAC Defensive Player of the Year honoree, Gaumer played in 84 games – including 83 starts – with five goals and six assists for 16 total points during his collegiate career. Over the last three seasons he led an SJC defense that posted a 0.25 goals-against average with 17 tallies allowed in 66 games.

A total of 98 players (49 men, 49 women) in NCAA Division III soccer receive All-America recognition this year, led by six three-time All-Americans: Calvin College defender Trent Vegter, University of Chicago forward Max Lopez, Trinity University (Texas) forward Austin Michaelis, Washington University (Mo.) midfielder Maggie Crist, Swarthmore College forward Marin McCoy and University of Chicago midfielder Jenna McKinney.

This year's NCAA Division III All-Americans will be formally acknowledged for their accomplishments at the United Soccer Coaches All-America Ceremony & Reception on Jan. 12, 2019 at McCormick Place West Building in conjunction with the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Convention in Chicago.

The SJC men's soccer team, led by fifth-year Head Coach Adrian Dubois, registered another historic season this fall setting program records for wins (21), winning streak (21), goals (81), assists (64), points (226), and shots (513) and, with a loss to Amherst College in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, saw a 42-game undefeated streak – the fifth-longest in NCAA DIII Men's Soccer history – come to a close.

Saint Joseph's is the only New England NCAA DIII Men's Soccer program – and one of just seven in the country – to advance to the second round of the national tournament in each of the last three seasons. Since 2016, the Monks rank fifth in NCAA DIII Men's Soccer in total wins (55) and winning percentage (.833).




2018 NCAA Division III Men's All-America Teams

First Team

Pos. Name Class School Hometown
K AJ Marcucci So. Connecticut College West Chester, Pa.
D Brady Johnston Jr. Trinity University (Texas) Fulshear, Texas
D Sainclair Tueno* Sr. Lycoming College Silver Spring, Md.
D Trent Vegter** Sr. Calvin College Hudsonville, Mich.
M Justin Carey Sr. University of Mary Washington Leesburg, Va.
M Jethro Dede Sr. St. Lawrence University Queens, N.Y.
M Bryce Ikeda Sr. University of Rochester Tacoma, Wash.
F Joe Braun Jr. Tufts University Yardley, Pa.
F Chewy Gordon Sr. Capital University Westerville, Ohio
F Matthew Koh Sr. University of Chicago La Canada Flintridge, Calif.
F Max Lopez** Sr. University of Chicago Tulsa, Okla.
F Migell Ormsby Sr. SUNY Cortland Bronx, N.Y.
F Lucas Pereira* Sr. University Of Texas-Tyler Barcelona, Spain
F Ben Prange Jr. St. Norbert College Wauwatosa, Wis.
F Nick West Sr. Messiah College East Hampton, N.Y.

Second Team

Pos. First Class School Hometown
K Max Lichtenstein Jr. Ithaca College Boca Raton, Fla.
D Jackson Greenspan Sr. Babson College Meriden, N.H.
D Luke Groothoff Fr. Messiah College Chebeague Island, Maine
D Bret Lowry Sr. Kenyon College Evanston, Ill.
D Ricardo Pimentel Sr. North Park University Franklin Park, Ill.
D Cole Rosenberger Sr. Johns Hopkins University Indiana, Pa.
D Mark Roth Sr. Carleton College Evanston, Ill.
M David Anderson Sr. Kenyon College Urbana, Ill.
M Topher Marshall* Sr. Oglethorpe University Lawrenceville, Ga.
M Peder Olsen So. North Park University Larvik, Norway
M Samuel Ruiz Plaza Sr. Messiah College Woodbury, Minn.
F Khalid Balogun Jr. St. Mary's College of Maryland Bowie, Md.
F Marco da Cunha Fr. Carleton College San Francisco, Calif.
F Alexander Garuba Sr. Centre College Peachtree Corners, Ga.
F Matthew Gibbons So. Gustavus Adolphus College Minneapolis, Minn.
F Austin Michaelis** Sr. Trinity University (Texas) Coppell, Texas
F Rade Novakovich Fr. Milwaukee School of Engineering Muskego, Wis.

Third Team

Pos. First Class School Hometown
K Dylan McLaurin* Sr. University of Lynchburg Stafford, Va.
D Mason Anderson Jr. University of Texas-Dallas McKinney, Texas
D Dalton Gaumer* Sr. Saint Joseph's College of Maine Corona, Calif.
D Daniel Hedstrom Jr. Augsburg University Hermantown, Minn.
D James Homan Sr. Clarkson University Clifton Park, N.Y.
D Jacob Myers Sr. Eastern University Westminster, Md.
D Moctar Niang Sr. Bowdoin College New York, N.Y.
M Will Kidd Sr. University of St. Thomas (Minn.) St. Paul, Minn.
M Jacob Lyon Jr. Calvin College Holt, Mich.
M Aidan O'Driscoll Sr. Luther College Minneapolis, Minn.
M Quentin Van Der Lee So. Trinity University (Texas) Tuxedo Park, N.Y.
F Joe Fala Jr. Ramapo College Cape May Court House, N.J.
F Luis Green Fr. Texas Lutheran University San Antonio, Texas
F Donald Igo Jr. Salve Regina University Needham, Mass.
F Nicholas Jannelli Jr. Haverford College Springfield, Pa.
F Bobby McCaw* Sr. Calvin College Dubuque, Iowa
F Kayvon Parsa Sr. University of Redlands West Hills, Calif.






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Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy in Portland, Maine, Saint Joseph’s College is Maine’s Catholic liberal arts college in the Mercy tradition. We are inclusive of all faiths, including no faith. The 474-acre campus, located on the shore of Sebago Lake in Standish, Maine offers more than 40 undergraduate programs and a Division III athletic program to a population of approximately 1,000 on-campus students. A pioneer of distance education since the 1970s, the College also provides online certificates and undergraduate and graduate degrees for thousands more working adults who reside in more than 20 other countries. In 2015 the College was selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to receive its Community Engagement Classification, highlighting the College’s focus on community service throughout its mission and daily interactions within local, regional, and global communities. In 2018, Princeton Review recognized SJC as one of its “Green Colleges” for its sustainability initiatives. Learn more at