Lewis Named ACC Freshman of the Year
Nov. 14, 2013
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Boston College men's soccer freshman Zeiko Lewis has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman of the Year, announced Thursday by Commissioner John Swofford.
Lewis was also voted onto the All-ACC Second Team and the All-ACC Freshman Team. He was one of two freshmen to be named to the first or second team along with Syracuse's Emil Ekblom.
Lewis led Boston College with 11 assists and 17 points, and also scored three goals which was second on the team. His assists total leads the ACC by three and it ranks him third in the nation. The Pembroke, Bermuda product also ranks eighth in the conference in points.
Lewis' 11 assists are the second most in a single season at Boston College. Louis Papadellis holds the record with 14 assists in 21 games in 1980. Lewis recorded the most assists by an Eagle since Alejandro Bedoya had 10 in 2007.
Lewis is the first Eagle to win ACC Freshman of the Year honors. Charlie Davies last won Freshman of the Year honors when he did it in 2004 in the Big East. Boston College has had six players named Freshman of the Year dating back to 1989.