Endicott College junior kicker Nick DiCairano has been named to the Associated Press Division III All-America football second team.

DiCairano, a Trumbull native and a standout at St. Joseph, is the first student-athlete in program history to earn AP Division III All-America honors.

DiCairano led all Commonwealth Coast Football kickers in field goals made (12), field goals attempted (13), longest field goal converted (45 yards), and points scored (80).

His 80 points scored on the season finished second among all eligible positions in the conference. He was only one of two student-athletes in the league to register 80 or more points.

DiCairano also ranked second overall in PATs made (44) and PATs attempted (46).

Among all NCAA Division III kickers, DiCairano ranked second overall in field goal percentage and No. 15 in field goals

The AP Division III All-America first and second teams were chosen by a panel of sports information directors from NCAA Division III institutions around the nation.

DiCairano is the Gulls’ first student-athlete to earn All-America honors since Nate Lewis '15 (Acushnet, Mass.) and Mike Marini '15 (Trumbull) received USA College Football first team and USA College Football honorable mention accolades, respectively, in 2014.

Endicott finished the 2018 season at 7-4 overall (5-1 CCC).

Under first-year head coach Paul McGonagle, the Gulls finished with a winning record for the first time since 2013 and also made their first playoff appearance since 2013 with a New England Bowl bid against Merchant Marine.