ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Penn State Altoona senior forward/midfielder Seth Murrelle (Sayre, PA/Sayre) was selected to the third team of the All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference squad, as the league announced its annual postseason awards on Tuesday morning.
Murrelle enjoyed a strong senior campaign for the Lions, leading his team in points, goals, shots, shots on goal, and game-winning goals.
Murrelle started all 17 games for Penn State Altoona this fall. In the AMCC, he ranked 14th in goals scored (7), 15th in points (15), 17th in shots on goal (19), and 19th in total shots attempted (35). He was also 10th in the conference in game-winning goals (2).
This is the third time in Murrelle's four-year collegiate soccer career that he has been voted to the AMCC's All-Conference team. The senior was a second team All-AMCC pick in 2016, and he earned third team All-Conference recognition in 2014.
Murrelle concludes his Penn State Altoona soccer career ranked among the top offensive players in men's program history. In the team's all-time records, he ranks second in points (55), goals scored (21), game-winning goals (7), and penalty kicks made (3). Murrelle is also first in program history in minutes played (5,644), third in games started (75), fourth in games played (75), shots on goal (53), and total shots attempted (113), fifth in assists (13), eighth in points per game (0.73), and 10th in goals per game (0.28).
Penn State Altoona men's soccer went 3-14 overall this season, including 2-7 in the AMCC. The Lions ranked ninth in the conference's regular season standings.