Carvalho, Santino wrap up careers with SUNYAC All-Conference accolades

Carvalho, Santino wrap up careers with SUNYAC All-Conference accolades

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) released its 2016-17 All-Conference Teams Thursday, naming Morrisville State senior forwards Jordan Carvalho (Brampton, Ontario) and Joseph Santino (Woodbridge, Ontario) to its second team.

Carvalho registered a total 37 points on the year to lead the Mustangs in scoring, netting six goals and a team best 31 assists. Two of his scores came on the power play, one was shorthanded and another a game-tying tally.

His 37 points ranked third best in the SUNYAC, as well, finishing as the overall leader in the conference in assists.

Six times on the season the senior posted 3+ point games, including a four point outing in the overtime tie with Plattsburgh State where he assisted four Morrisville State scores.

Carvalho ranked 15th in points per game (1.48) and was second overall in assists per game (1.24) among all NCAA players in Division II/III.

The senior wraps up his career second all-time in assists recorded in a single season (31), ranks third overall in career points (99), is 14th all-time in goals scored (27) and is second overall in assists recorded (72).

Second on the team in scoring, Santino posted 33 points across 25 games on the season at forward behind his 15 goals and 18 assists.

Five times on the year, the senior posted 3+ points in a single game, including a four-point outing in the win over Utica, where he notched two goals and two assists.

Santino also had a four-point outing in the upset over Buffalo State, posting three scores and added an assist. All three of his tallies came on the power play, where he set the all-time career record in extra man scores with 14.

Santino finished the season ranked seventh in the SUNYAC in points, was sixth in goals scored, and ranked 13th overall in assists. Within Division II/III, the senior ranked 29th in points per game (1.32).

He wrapped up his career with a total 88 points behind 35 goals and 53 assists across 97 games, ranking 10th overall in goals scored, fourth in assists and sixth in points.

Morrisville State College's curricula are enriched with applied learning and pave the way for opportunity at both the Morrisville and Norwich campuses. An action-oriented, interactive learning lab, the college is a national leader in technology and has been lauded for its exemplary, innovative and effective community service programs.

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