Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College senior tri-captain forward Cody Savonen (Orleans, Mass.) has been selected to the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Men's Soccer All-Conference Team, gracing the all-league first team for the first time after two years on the second team. The Bantams, coached by Mike Pilger (14th season), finished the 2017 season with a 4-10-1 overall record and finished 11th in the NESCAC with a 1-8-1 record in league play.
Savonen earns the third All-NESCAC honor of his career and collects first team honors for the first time after gracing the All-NESCAC Second Team in 2014 and 2015. Savonen, who missed last season with an injury, led the league in goals with eight (tied) and scoring with 29 points and added two assists to go with 62 shots, and one game-winner in 15 games. Savonen leaves the program as its third all-time leader in career points (69) and fifth all-time in career goals (29). He also assisted on 11 goals, took 199 shots, and recorded 11 game-winning markers in 61 games and 56 starts for the Bantams. A graduate of Nauset High School, Savonen is majoring in political science at Trinity. He is the son of Robby and Doug Savonen.