Pilat Named VaSID Coach of the Year for a Fifth Time

Dorsey, a two-time all-state selection, also earned a spot on the All-American team for the first time in his career. A team captain this season, he was an All-ODAC selection for the second-straight year, earning first-team honors. Dorsey finished his 2010 campaign with 187 saves, an 8.11 goals against average and a .553 save percentage. The four-year starter ended his career with 657 saves, ranked third all-time and leaves the program as the winningest goalie with 53 career wins.

Keeley, a first-time selection on both the VaSID All-State and USILA All-America teams for the first time. He was selected All-ODAC Second-Team following a solid season for the three-year letterman. A two-year starter, Keeley totaled 23 goals and a team-best 30 assists for 53 points. He finished fourth in the ODAC in assists per game. Keeley enters the 2011 season with 98 career points.

The Maroons finished 18-3 on the season, breaking their own school and ODAC record from a year ago. Roanoke captured the ODAC championship, finished with a No. 5 National ranking and advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the 19th time in program-history.

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