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ASL: Ex-Rev Sousa, Goalscorer Roswess Get All-Star Nods

Photo credit: Fylkir (L), David Henry/ (R)

Photo credit: Fylkir (L), David Henry/ (R)

Former Revolution midfielder Andrew Sousa and Western Mass forward Chris Roswess were among the 14 players who were named to the ASL’s season-ending all-star team.

Sousa, who joined the Rhode Island Oceaneers prior to the start of the spring schedule, became the club’s attacking catalyst during its push for the postseason. With Sousa steering the attack, the Oceaneers went 6-3-1 during the spring schedule en route to a playoff berth.

Roswess was a major reason why Western Mass finished the season at the top of the table in 2014-15. The University of Massachusetts product scored a team-best nine goals for the Lusitanos, and was among the league’s leading scorers.

Oceaneers midfielder Isaac “Nana” Addai and Western Mass defender Pat Boucher were also named to the league’s all-star team.

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