January 9, 2013
Baruch's Kozlowski named to Jewish Sports Review's All-American team
Baruch College freshman Oren Kozlowski was selected to the 2012 Jewish Sports Review menís soccer All-American team.
Kozlowski was on the list featuring players that compete at the NCAA Div. II, III and NAIA levels.
This past season, Kozlowski tallied 13 goals and five assists for 31 points. He was named the City of New York Athletic Conference rookie of the year.
The Bearcats won the CUNYAC regular season and tournament championship and played in the NCAA Division I Tournament.
The entire All-American team:
Adam Purdy, Senior, Wesleyan (Connecticut) (0.54 GAA, 9-4-3)
Josh Cohen, Junior, UC San Diego (0.40 GAA, 6-2-3)
Marc Lubetkin, Senior, Montclair State (17 contests)
Brandon Jones, Senior, Susquehanna (4 goals, 1 assist)
Ryan Jones, Senior, Marywood (Pennsylvania) (7 goals, 4 assists)
Alec Arsht, Junior, UC San Diego (16 contests)
Gordy Gurson, Junior, Robert Morris (Illinois) (15 goals, 1 assist)
Oren Kozlowski, Freshman, Baruch (12 goals, 5 assists)
Andrew Meisel, Senior, Colby (2 goals, 3 assists)
Luke Finkelstein, Sophomore, Wheaton (Massachusetts) (2 goals, 8 assists)
Chris Lerner, Senior, Amherst (3 assists)