He is one of just four players from the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) to be named a first team all-star.
Malone became the first Springfield College men's soccer player to be selected to the NSCAA Division III All-New England First Team. He was also named to the NEWMAC All-Conference first team, one of four Springfield players to earn All-Conference honors.
The senior finished the season with 13 goals, tying him for the most goals in a season in Division III program history and the most a Springfield player has scored since the 1992 season. Of Malone's 13 goals, five proved to be game-winners, a new program record.
The defender was stellar on both sides of the field this season, anchoring a Pride defense that allowed just 17 goals, a Division III program record. It was a season for the record books for the men's soccer team. Springfield tallied 11 shutouts this season and netted 50 goals, both Division III program marks. Springfield's 15 wins is the most in Division III program history, tying the 1999 squad and is also the second-most wins all-time.
The Pride closed out a historic season, winning the ECAC Division III New England Championship.