Reyering, Barlow Earn All-ACC Honors
GREENSBORO, N.C. Virginia men’s soccer players Yannick Reyering and Jeremy Barlow were named All-ACC selections, the conference announced Monday.
Reyering, a first-team selection, led the ACC with 13 goals during the regular-season, while Barlow was named to the second team and had a goal and three assists in 14 appearances for the Cavaliers.
Reyering, a native of Mettingen, Germany, was one of the most explosive offensive players in the nation throughout the season, tallying a hat trick against Liberty on Oct. 23 and notching four game-winning goals in 2007.
For his career, Reyering amassed 39 goals and 10 assists for 87 points. Prior to Virginia’s last regular-season game at Wake Forest, Reyering suffered a season-ending knee injury and will not be available for the 2007 ACC Tournament.
Reyering is a three-time All-ACC honoree. He was named to the first team and all-freshman team in 2005, and the second team in 2006. Barlow is also a repeat selection, as he was named to the all-freshman team in 2004.
Barlow, a fourth-year out of Herndon, Va., contributed five points to the Cavalier offense this year and currently has 12 goals and 15 assists (39 points) for his career.
The Cavaliers open play at the 2007 ACC Tournament in Cary, N.C., on Tuesday. Seeded eighth, they will face the No. 9 seed NC State at 1 p.m.