Nov. 7, 2002
Junior forward Adom Crew (Potomac, MD) and senior forward Eduardo Romaneiro (North Brunswick, NJ) were named District I Academic All-Americans for the 2002 men's soccer season. Crew was named to the First-Team of the University Division while Romaneiro was named to the Second-Team of the University Division. Selections for the Verizon Academic All-American Team are made by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America).
Crew, who has missed the last seven games due to injury, still remains the Ivy League leader in points with 22 and in goals with 10. At the time of his injury, Crew was fourth in the nation in scoring, scoring at least one goal in six straight games. He recorded the first hat trick of his career in Brown's 3-1 defeat over Alabama A&M at the Yale Classic on Sept. 20. He recorded two goals in the Bears 5-1 win over Vanderbilt two days later and was named MVP of the Yale Classic. For his play, Crew was named ECAC and Ivy-League Player of the Week.
The 2001 All-Ivy Honorable Mention scored the lone goal in Brown 2-1 loss to Harvard on Sept. 28 and both goals in the 2-0 shutout to Rhode Island on Oct. 1. He recorded an assist in Brown's season opener against Michigan at the adidas/Brown Classic and was named to the All-Tournament Team of the tournament. Crew is an economics major and has a grade point average of 3.45.
Romaneiro, who is originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, has three goals for six points in 13 games this season. He picked up his first goal of the season in the 5-1 win over Vanderbilt. Romaneiro recorded both goals in Brown's 2-0 shutout to Providence on Oct. 15. Romaneiro is a business economics major and has a 3.41 grade point average.