SAINT LEO, Fla. – Saint Leo men’s soccer player Bruce Cutler was named College Sports Information Directors of America/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District first team; it was announced Saturday. This marks the second time in as many tries Cutler has landed on the distinguished list.
The junior has impressed for Saint Leo, both on the field and in the classroom. For the season, Cutler finished the year as the second leading scorer with 14 points (Five goals, four assists) and playing in 14 of 15 contests.
Equally, if not more impressive, have been his efforts in the classroom. The Inverurie, Scotland native has cumulated a 3.98 grade-point-average in two and half years at Saint Leo, while working towards his degree in mathematics.
With his first team nod, Cutler is now eligible for All-America honors. He was joined by Tampa midfielder Ryan Griffin and Lynn midfielder Kyle Conrad on the list.
Sports Information Directors nominate student-athletes from their respective schools for the honor. Nominees must have a 3.30 cumulative GPA and have played in at least half of their of their team’s games. Nominees must also play one full season at the institution.