McQuillen, voted to the second team, was one of just three freshmen voted to the first or second team. The midfielder made an immediate impact before missing the final four matches due to injury. He was second on the team in goals and points, while tying for second in assists. He scored twice in a win over Immaculata and added a goal and an assist in a victory against Rosemont. The midfielder's first collegiate point was an assist on the game-winning goal at Swarthmore, and he scored a goal on Homecoming in a win over St. Vincent.
Onspaugh earned his first career all-conference accolade as a senior with an honorable mention selection. Onspaugh led the team with five goals and 12 points while tying for second with two assists. Onspaugh started all 17 matches in which he played. His goals against Swarthmore, Virginia Wesleyan and Shenandoah all proved to be match winners. The forward had a two-goal effort against the Marlins. In addition to assists against Rosemont and Goucher, Onspaugh scored against Widener.
The duo helped the Blazers to eight wins in 2017.
Below is the 2017 All-MAC Commonwealth Men's Soccer Team.
|Offensive Player of the Year: Kirby Robbins (Sr.), Messiah|
|Defensive Player of the Year: Dakota Rosenberg (Sr.), Messiah|
|Rookie of the Year: Tariq Lee (Fr.), Stevenson|
|Coach of the Year: Brad McCarty, Messiah|
|Midfielder||Jake Kline||Lebanon Valley||Junior|
|Forward||Tyler Skye||Lebanon Valley||Senior|
|Midfielder||Samuel Ruiz Plaza||Messiah||Junior|
|Defender||Riley Katshir||Lebanon Valley||Junior|
|Goalie||Cam Avery||Lebanon Valley||Senior|
|Midfielder||Kurtis Rineer||Lebanon Valley||Freshman|