Gunn grad McElfresh named D-II Scholar Player of the Year


UC San Diego men's soccer senior goalkeeper Cameron McElfresh earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's (NSCAA) top academic honor on Friday morning as its NCAA Division II Scholar Player of the Year.

McElfresh is a five-year Triton who has maintained a 3.57 cumulative grade-point average in nanoengineering. He is the consensus first-team All-American goalkeeper for 2016, named as such by both the NSCAA and Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) in recent days.

Gunn grad Cameron McElfresh earned NCAA Division II Scholar Player of the Year honors.
McElfresh will complete his undergraduate degree this month, and has already been accepted into UC San Diego graduate school for nanoengineering, beginning right away. He also has a pair of minors in mathematics and economics.

McElfresh is one of two goalies and 13 players on the NSCAA Scholar All-America Team.

— UC San Diego Athletics


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