MANCHESTER, N.H. – Saint Anselm College men's soccer player Keesen Howe (Norwich, Conn.) was named to the 2011 New England Intercollegiate Soccer League All-Star game, Head Coach Peter Ramsey announced prior to the contest. The game, pitting Division I All-Star selections against their Division II counterparts was played on Sunday, Nov. 27 at Harvard University.
Howe, named to the Division II squad following a poll of NEISL member coaches, participated in the contest, but his team fell by a 2-1 margin to the Division I team. Earning Northeast-10 Conference Third Team All-Conference honors following the season, Howe concluded his Hawks career with 73 games played alongside 15 goals and 14 assists for 44 points (15-14=44). This season, Howe scored seven goals, second only to teammate Maximillian Glebocki (Wilbraham, Mass.) for the team lead.
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