Beeston Earns NSCAA All-North Atlantic Honors

James Beeston graduates as Siena's all-time career assists leader

Dec. 10, 2013

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. - Add another award to an already decorated career for Siena Soccer senior captain James Beeston. The Newcastle-Under-Lyme, England native has been named an NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I All-North Atlantic Region Second Team selection.

Recently named the program's first Capital One Academic All-American (Second Team), Beeston was one of just 30 Division I candidates nationally earlier this fall for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award and was the Saints' first two time First Team All-MAAC selection.

Siena's all-time career leader in assists with 29, Beeston ranked tied for second in the MAAC in assists (eight) and tied for fourth in scoring with 20 points this fall. He finished his career with 51 points, good for seventh on Siena's all-time scoring list.

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