Davies takes home major award, four others named All-CCC in men’s soccer
The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) recently announced its 2022 Men’s Soccer All-Conference Teams and major award winners.
Salve Regina senior James Davies ’22 was selected as the CCC Scholar-Athlete.
Davies is a two-year captain that has compiled a 3.843 GPA while pursuing a degree in business administration. He has been named to the CCC Academic All-Conference team three times and is in line to make his fourth appearance on the list. He has also been recognized by United Soccer Coaches (USC) as a Scholar All-East Region nominee.
On campus, Davies was the recipient of the Salve Regina University Presidential Scholarship multiple times and has been named to the Dean’s List in every semester of his collegiate career. He holds membership in the Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society, the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business, Management, and Administration, and the Economic and Global Business Club. Davies graduated magna cum laude in December 2022.
Along with Davies, four other members of the Salve Regina men’s soccer program made All-CCC: Evan Arpin ’24, Jordan Borges ’24, Kendy Prince ’24, and Ben Tomas ’26.
“It’s always nice to see the individual quality within our roster recognized by these sorts of awards,” said Craig O’Rourke II, head coach of men’s soccer.
Voting for the All-CCC Teams and major awards was conducted by the 10 CCC head men’s soccer coaches following the conclusion of the regular season and do not take postseason play into consideration.
For the full release from the CCC, go here.
The Commonwealth Coast Conference, founded in 1984, is an NCAA Division III athletic conference comprised of 10 full member and two associate member institutions throughout the New England region. Its membership aims to provide student-athletes with a positive experience in their pursuit of excellence through high academic standards, quality competition, and a meaningful student life. The conference administers championships in 19 intercollegiate sports.