Section V Boys Soccer
Hall of Fame Class of 2021
Erik Miller Sundsted from Pittsford
Mendon High School Erik was a three-year player on the Mendon HS
soccer team. Erik was an All-League
Player, an NSCAA All-State Player, an All Greater Rochester selection and a
NSCAA All-American while at Mendon. Erik was an integral part of the success of
the Mendon HS team as he started and captained his senior year squad which went
on to win a New York State Championship. He continued his playing career to Division 3
powerhouse Ohio Wesleyan University for his freshman year before transferring
to Division I Syracuse University where he started and played for 3 years as an
attacking midfielder. He led SU to a
Big East Championship in 1985 and remains the SU record holder for most goals
and most points in a game. Erik was
named Big East Player of week in 1984.
Erik moved to Boston upon graduating and played for numerous semi-pro
teams. He currently plays for MPS (Mass
Premier Soccer) and has done many sports broadcasting jobs including play by
play and color analyst for the New England Revolution. Erik currently is an assistant coach at
Babson College where his winning ways have certainly followed him.
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Anthony Rozzano from Webster
Schroeder High School Anthony was a three-year starter on the
Webster teams that won 3 Section V Championships. He led the team to the Western Regionals and
the New York State Finals in his senior year. Individual highlights for Anthony
· Two time All Greater Rochester and
AGR Player of the Year(Senior)
· Captain and Offensive Player of the
Year for Webster
· First Team All Monroe County, and
All-Tournament Team for Section V
· Selected to the NSCAA All-Region Team,
and NSCAA All-American Team as a senior
on to play at Division I University of Albany where he started for 4
years. While there, he earned first and
second team All-Conference, First Team All-Rookie, and led his team to the
first American Conference Championship in school history.
continued his playing at the professional level for the Rochester Lancers where
he started for 5 years, captain for three years, and lead the team in goals and
assists in the most recent indoor season.
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Ian Pilarski from Pittsford
Sutherland High School Ian Pilarski had an outstanding soccer career
at Pittsford Sutherland High School. Ian
is one of the most skilled players ever to play for Sutherland. He was a two
time All Greater Rochester selection and AGR Player of the Year in 1999. He captained his 1999 Section V Championship
team which went on to the New York State Semifinals where they were defeated by
an Oneonta Team that went 26-0. Ian was
awarded First Team All-State Honors for his exceptional play.
Ian went on
to be a four-year starter for Division I Cornell University. He was a contender for Rookie of the Year, 4th
All-Time Leading assist leader, and in his senior year achieved First Team
All-Ivy, First team All-State, Team captain, and was awarded Most Valuable
Player. Ian was the first Cornell player
to be drafted 49th overall in the MLS draft by the Chicago Fire. Ian currently resides in NYC where he
continues to play competitively for the New York Athletic Club and has had a
few roles casted in movies and music videos.
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Alex Swanger from Penfield High
School Alex was a three-year player on the Penfield
HS soccer team. Alex was a two-time
All-Monroe County League Player while being named the Democrat and Chronicle’s
All Greater Rochester Player of the Year in his senior year. While at Penfield, Alex led his team to a
Section V Championship in 2010 as he captained the team scoring many key goals
in their success. He was awarded the Ron
Zorn Player of the Year for Section V as a senior and earned All-State
recognition. Alex went on to University
of Rochester and had an outstanding career for the Yellow Jackets. He was an ALL-UAA Conference selection all 4
years and MVP in his senior year for the League. He was an NSCAA All-American. Alex is the perfect example of a great
Student Athlete as he was also selected to the Academic All-American team
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