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Four Tulsa Men's Soccer Players Named to NSCAA All-Midwest Region Team

Cristian Mata and Omar Mata were both selected to the NSCAA All-Midwest Region second team.
Cristian Mata and Omar Mata were both selected to the NSCAA All-Midwest Region second team.
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Dec. 10, 2013

Tulsa, Oklahoma - Four Tulsa men's soccer players were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Continental Tire All-Midwest Region teams, as announced today by the NSCAA.

Cristian Mata and Omar Mata were both selected to the second team, while Akeil Barrett and Bradley Bourgeois were tabbed to the third team.

Cristian, a sophomore forward from Tulsa, Okla., had a team-best 10 goals, three of which were game-winners, and seven assists for 27 points. He attempted a team-high 89 shots, 40 of which were on goal. Cristian ranks 22nd in total points, 27th in points per game (1.35), 32nd in total goals, 43rd in goals per game (.50), 45th in total assists and 68th in assists per game (.35) among the nation's best.

A senior midfielder from Tulsa, Okla., Omar had four goals and three assists for 11 points. He attempted 30 shots, 11 of which were on goal, and had one game-winning goal on the year.

Barrett, a junior midfielder from Kingston, Jamaica, tallied seven goals and a team-best eight assists for 22 points. He attempted 44 shots, 27 of which were on goal, and had one game-winner. Barrett ranks 25th in total assists, 38th in assists per game (.40), 56th in total points, 70th in points per game (1.1) and 95th in total goals in the nation.

A sophomore defender from Cypress, Texas, Bourgeois helped Tulsa record seven shutouts on the season. He attempted six shots, four of which were on goal.