Steven Perry

Perry And Maund Earn All-Region Honors

Dec. 10, 2010

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – University of Notre Dame men’s soccer players Steven Perry (Edmond, Okla./Bishop McGuinness) and Aaron Maund (Dorchester, Mass./The Roxbury Latin School) have earned All-Great Lakes Region honors for the 2010 campaign from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Perry, a senior forward, was a second-team pick, while Maund, a junior defender, was named to the third team.

Perry posted team-high and career-high numbers in goals (12) and points (28) during the 2010 season. His four assists also were a career-high total. Perry started all 20 matches for the Irish and was a unanimous all-BIG EAST first-team pick. He registered three two-goal games and had five game-winning tallies. Perry collected at least one point in 10 of the final 13 contests of the season. This was the first all-region accolade for the senior forward.


Aaron Maund



Maund, who also earned a third-team all-region nod last year, was the only Fighting Irish player to play every minute on the pitch this season. The central defender anchored Notre Dame’s backline and helped the Irish defense post six shutouts and limit opponents to a 0.95 goals-against average. In addition to his defensive efforts, Maund notched a goal and two assists. He was named to the all-BIG EAST second team.

In 2010, Notre Dame posted a 10-6-4 overall record and finished second in the BIG EAST Blue Division with a 6-2-1 league mark. The Fighting Irish were semifinalists at the BIG EAST Championship and garnered the No. 9 seed in the NCAA Championship. Notre Dame fell to Dartmouth, 2-1 in overtime, during the second round of the NCAA tournament.

2010 NSCAANCAA Division I MenAll-Great Lakes Region
First TeamPos. Name Year School
K Matt Lampson So. Ohio StateD Austin Berry Jr. LouisvilleD Matt Hedges Jr. ButlerD Kofi Sarkodie Jr. AkronM Matheus Braga Sr. Penn StateM Ben Sippola Sr. ButlerM Konrad Warzycha Sr. Ohio StateF William Bruin Jr. IndianaF Corey Hertzog Jr. Penn StateF Darlington Nagbe Jr. AkronF Colin Rolfe Jr. LouisvilleF Soony Saad Fr. Michigan
Second TeamPos. Name Year School K David Meves So. AkronD Conner Burt Sr. ButlerD Colin Givens Sr. Michigan StateD David Tiemstra Jr. Ohio StateD Zarek Valentin So. AkronM Anthony Ampaipitakwong Sr. AkronM Dylan Mares Fr. LouisvilleM Michael Nanchoff Jr. AkronM Kenney Walker Jr. LouisvilleF JC Banks Sr. Wisconsin-Green BayF Justin Meram Sr. MichiganF Steven Perry Sr. Notre Dame
Third TeamPos. Name Year SchoolK Brad Stuver So. Cleveland StateD Richard Balchan Sr. IndianaD Aaron Maund Jr. Notre DameD Robert Younger Sr. Illinois-ChicagoM Andrew Adlard Sr. IndianaM Nick DeLeon Jr. LouisvilleM Spencer Thompson Sr. Michigan StateM Tony Walls Jr. Wisconsin-Green BayF Domenic Barone Jr. Michigan StateF Oliver Kupe Jr. NorthwesternF Shane Lyons So. Western MichiganF Ya Ya Toure Jr. Detroit Mercy