Chiles, Quiroz earn All-MASL 2nd & 3rd Team Honors
Kraig Chiles and Victot Quiroz earn 2nd & 3rd All MASL Team Honors, respectively.
Star Forward Kraig Chiles' continued excellence earns him with post season honors for the 7th straight year. The All-Time Sockers leading goal scorer scored his record breaking 299th goal on December 30th, 2016. He continued his goal scoring streak and finished the season with a team-leading 42 goals, 15 assists and a record 328 career Sockers goals.
Defender Victor Quiroz was named to the All-MASL 3rd Team for a superb season. His 17 total assists and 21 total blocks were good for 2nd on the team, showcasing his ability to help the Sockers on both ends of the field.
MAJOR ARENA SOCCER LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 2ND AND 3RD TEAM AWARDS
KANSAS CITY (April 4, 2017) - As the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) counts down to the Ron Newman Cup Championship Series, the league announced today the 2nd Team and 3rd Team All-MASL award winners. These players were selected by vote of MASL personnel, Head Coaches and team personnel.
The 2016-2017 season was one of the most exciting in recent memory and there were several players who deserved recognition. These twelve players showed continuous determination and skill to help lead their teams throughout the season.
The MASL celebrates Championship Week with announcements and events all week. The full schedule can be found here.
2nd Team All-MASL 2016-2017
William Vanzela (Baltimore Blast)
Damian Garcia (Soles de Sonora)
Chris Mattingly (St. Louis Ambush)
Christian Gutierrez (Atletico Baja)
Kraig Chiles (San Diego Sockers)
Taylor Bond (Chicago Mustangs)
3rd Team All-MASL 2016-2017
Stephen Paterson (Kansas City Comets)
Ernesto Luna (Atletico Baja)
Victor Quiroz (San Diego Sockers)
Kenardo Forbes (Syracuse Silver Knights)
Vahid Assadpour (Kansas City Comets)
Leonardo De Oliviera (Ontario Fury)
ABOUT THE MAJOR ARENA SOCCER LEAGUE
The Major Arena Soccer League represents the highest level of professional arena soccer in the world. The MASL features teams across North America, with teams playing coast-to-coast in the United States and Mexico. The MASL is currently incorporated as a 501(c)6 not for profit corporation formed to promote the business and sport of arena soccer.