Pitt-Bradford men’s soccer goalkeeper Adam Forster has been
named to the All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference second team. Forster
played in all 14 games this season and started 13 of them in the net.
Forster, also a second team member of the 2012 All-AMCC
squad, was a shield between the posts every match and a force the Panthers depended
on when they took the field. He finished second in conference action in overall
saves (65), saves per game (10.83) and save percentage (.823).
For the 2013 season, Forster clocked in a total of 1230:16
in the net. He finished with 145 total saves and a .824 overall save
percentage. His overall saves tallied first in the league, just ahead of D’Youville’s
Matt Smith, who finished with 120.
“Adam is a guy we knew we could count on each and every
match,” said head coach Darek Panol. “He was a great leader for us, and he is
someone we will truly miss in our program. We wish him the best of luck.”
Forster is on pace to finish his degree in sports medicine
and graduate from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.