Andre Carle | #11 | F
Hometown: Normanhurst, Australia
Previous School: St. Pius X Chatswood
Named to the All-SAC First Team at the conclusion of the season … Earned Preseason All-SAC First Team honors prior to the start of the campaign … Ranked second on the team and 11th in the SAC in goals scored with six … Paced the Black and Gold and ranked sixth in the SAC in assists with five … Finished the year as the only Trojan with 50 or more shots with 52 … Tied teammate Magnus Larsen for the team-lead in points (17) … Totaled 24 shots on goal, which led AU and ranked fourth in the conference … Scored an insurance goal for his first tally of the season in a 2-0 blanking of Catawba (9/13) … Handed out an assist in the eventual game-winner is a 1-0 shutout over archrival Erskine (9/17) … Tallied the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Coker (9/20) … Posted Anderson’s only goal in a 2-1 setback to Queens (9/24) … Claimed the assist on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 triumph over Tusculum (10/4) … Scored once, notched an assist and led the team in shots with seven in Anderson’s 3-2 overtime victory over Mount Olive (10/15) … Posted the Black and Gold’s only goal in a 2-1 loss at Lincoln Memorial (10/18) … Tallied a season-high two assists in a 3-1 victory over Brevard (10/22) … Scored his final goal of the season in Anderson’s 3-0 upset win over nationally-ranked Wingate (10/25).
Saw action in 19 games with 16 starts at the forward position … Named to All-SAC Second Team … Selected to the NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Southeast Region Third Team … Finished his first season as a Trojan with 12 goals and an assist … Became the first player in the league to reach double digit goals for the year … Recorded a hat trick in his first collegiate match against archrival Erskine (9/5) … Scored two goals twice this season against Newberry (10/9) and UNC Pembroke (10/16) … Scored one of Anderson’s two goals in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament against Carson-Newman (11/14) … Led the team in shots (65) and shots on goal (27) … Posted four game-winning goals … Notched his only assist of the year against Mount Olive (9/8) … Tallied a season-high eight shots against UNC Pembroke (10/16).