APPLETON, Wis. — Lawrence University men’s soccer standouts Stephen Salansky and Michael Deremo have been named to the All-Midwest Conference team.

Salansky (Parker, Colo./Legend), a junior defender, and Deremo (Evanston, Ill./Evanston Township), a freshman forward, were both chosen for the second team.

Salansky has been selected for the all-conference team in both of his seasons at Lawrence. He was a first-team selection in 2012. Salansky picked up goals against both Beloit College and Monmouth College, which were both Lawrence victories, and had an assist in the Vikings’ win over Cornell College. He finished the season with five points.

Deremo led the Vikings in goals, assists and points during his rookie season. Deremo scored five goals and picked up seven assists for 17 points. He scored his first collegiate goal against Marian University and had his first multi-goal game in Lawrence’s win over Monmouth. Deremo had a season-best two assists in Lawrence’s win at Beloit.

Deremo’s seven assists is the second-highest season total in Lawrence history. James Kimball set the record of eight assists back in 1987.

Lawrence, which was ravaged by injury during the season, finished with an overall record of 7-10-1 and tied for sixth in the conference with a 5-5-0 mark.