Johns Hopkins' Rosenberger, Haverford's Jannelli Secure All-America Nods

Johns Hopkins' Rosenberger, Haverford's Jannelli Secure All-America Nods

United Soccer Coaches All-America Teams

KANSAS CITY, MO – Johns Hopkins men's soccer senior defender Cole Rosenberger and Haverford junior forward Nick Jannelli have been named to the United Soccer Coaches All-America team. Rosenberger earned second team honors while Jannelli garnered third-team recognition. 

Rosenberger earned First Team All-Mid-Atlantic honors from the United Soccer Coaches and was a unanimous First Team All-Centennial Conference selection. He started every game of his career (76), which is tied for 19th in school history. Rosenberger totaled six goals and seven assists while anchoring a back line that has posted 40 shutouts and a .695 goals against average. He is third among all active players in both assists and points.

Hopkins has now produced 27 United Soccer Coaches All-Americans, including five under head coach Craig Appleby. Rosenberger is the first Blue Jay defender to earn All-America honors since Matty Carlson in 2007.
 
Jannelli is the first Haverford player to be named a United Soccer Coaches Association All-American since 2015 Centennial Conference Player of the Year Sam Yarosh '16 was selected to the second-team during his senior season. That was the same year in which both Yarosh and Will Corkery '17 were named first-team D3Soccer.com All-Americans. Dating back to the program's inception in the early 1900s, Haverford College men's soccer players have combined to earn 82 All-American selections.

Jannelli was one of seven players who started all 19 matches for the Centennial Conference Champions this fall. He led the Centennial Conference in goals (13), assists (9), points (35), shots (71), penalty kicks (4-for-5), and game-winning goals (7). Those seven game-winning goals tied the school's single-season record which was set by Corkery and Yarosh during their aforementioned 2015 All-American campaigns. In Centennial Conference matches, Jannelli led his conference peers in goals (8), assists (4), points (20), penalty kicks (3-for-4), and game-winning goals (4).

Across all of Division III, Jannelli's seven game-winning goals were the fourth-highest total in the country. He also ranked among the top 50 players in goals, assists, and points despite the Fords challenging themselves with one of the toughest schedules in the nation.

Heading into his senior season, Jannelli already owns the school record with 14 career game-winning goals. He is currently tied with Mike Nelson '88 for 11th in school history with 34 career goals, while his 84 career points are the 12th highest mark in program history. Jannelli's 35 points in 2018 marked the 14th best single-season total in the College's decorated history. He has led Haverford in both goals and points during each of his three seasons, also adding the most assists during his two most recent campaigns.

In addition to his aforementioned All-American and Centennial Conference Player of the Year accolades, Jannelli was named a first-team All-Centennial Conference and first-team All-Mid-Atlantic Region selection. He has been named first-team All-Centennial Conference on two occasions, earning second-team honors in 2016 when he was selected as the conference's rookie of the year. Jannelli has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week on five occasions throughout his career, earning that recognition twice this fall.