Capital Men's Soccer was well-represented on the all-conference lists that were announced on Friday morning. Justin Niswonger headlined that list after being named First Team All-OAC and OAC Goaltender of the Year.
Capital looks to make the best of its second trip to the NCAA Tournament in program history when it heads to Chicago to play in a tough pod of teams, including first-round opponent Dominican University (Ill.).
Capital Men's Soccer (5-3-1) earned the number three seed and will host No. 6 Heidelberg (4-4-1) at Bernlohr Stadium in the first round of the OAC Tournament. The match will be played at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31.