PHILADELPHIA - Senior
The forward was eligible for national honors after being selected to the District 2 first team earlier this season. He is the first Penn student-athlete to earn Academic All-America honors in men's soccer.
Shokoufandeh has had a breakout season in 2008, leading the Quakers with 22 points. Five of his nine goals this season have been game-winners. He has collected numerous weekly honors this season, and is the first Quaker in more than 10 years to collect more than 20 points in a season. Thanks to his offensive exploits, Penn went 11-2-4 this season, won a share of the Ivy League title at 5-1-1, and will play an NCAA College Cup first-round match Friday night at George Mason.
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