KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Babson College seniors Jackson Greenspan (Meriden, N.H.) and Noah Parker (Hampden, Maine) added to their postseason awards haul by earning United Soccer Coaches All-New England honors on Monday night.
Greenspan, who was one of four defenders named to the first team, received the first all-region accolade of his career after helping the Beavers record 11 clean sheets in 19 matches this fall. He produced a career-high five assists, four of which came over the final six games, and was tabbed as the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Defensive Player of the Year and garnered his second consecutive all-league first-team honor earlier this month.
Greenspan, who appeared in 75 games and started each of the final 72 contests, finished with four goals and 11 assists for 19 career points.
The NEWMAC Player of the Year and a two-time all-conference selection, Parker collected all-region recognition for the first time after scoring seven goals and registering six assists for a career-high 20 points in his final season at Babson. He tallied three game-winning goals and had at least one point in all eight games in the month of October, which included scoring in six of those contests.
Parker, who started 70 of 77 career games, is tied for 14th on the program's all-time list with 20 assists and is one of 25 players in school history to reach the 50-point mark.
Babson, which captured is second NEWMAC regular season title in three years, finished the year at 12-3-4 overall.