"Not finished." When asking coach McMillian on how the season went. Coach McMillian continued to say, "that after everything that happened this season, we just fell short when we needed to be our best." The Saints fell short in OT to Pensacola Christian in the first game at the national tournament which caused them see their best season ever fall short of the national title game.
The saints were able to rack up many awards this season, from the national level to the region level. To start in the SW region, they had the player of the year and first team All-region in Jared day, along with other first team SW region in Pedro Giordani, Aaron Edwards and Brayden Cater. Second team all SW region we had Manuel Belmonte and Rhys Farrow-Blance. Your saints also had the Coach of the year for the SW region in Coach McMillian.
At the national level the Saints had two first team All-Americans in Jared Day and Aaron Edwards. Saints had two second team All-Americans in Brayden Carter and Pedro Giordani. Along with those awards Manuel Belmonte was awarded with the All-Tournament team at the National Tournament.
Coach McMillian on all of these Saints getting honored. "We are extremely blessed to be able to have such a good group of guys. If I had the chance I would give each and every one of these guys an award because they all contributed in their own special way. It was easy to win coach of the year with these boys, they did all the work and I just got to watch good soccer every day. I can't wait to continue on this trend of success."
All in all the 2019 season was the most successful campaign since the start of the program in 2005. The saints ended the season 16-3. Saints will hope to continue their success for the 2020 campaign.