The honors continued to roll in for standout Irvine Valley men's soccer player Toby Waterman this week.
Waterman, who had already been selected as the Orange Empire Conference Most Valuable player, was also named All-Southern California and All-State.
Waterman was one of six forwards picked on the all-state team.
He ranked second in state in goals with 19 and second in points with 47.
Waterman paced the Orange Empire Conference in goals and points and was tied for second in assists with nine.
He scored in 15 of Irvine Valley's 24 matches and had a three-goal game at home against Norco on Oct. 23.
Waterman also helped Irvine Valley finish with a record of 16-3-5 overall and go unbeaten in conference with a mark of 11-0-3. Irvine Valley won the conference title, which was the fourth in program history.
IVC also made the Southern California Regional Final and was just one match away from making an appearance in the state tournament.
2015 CCCSCA Men's Soccer All-State Team
Jhonata Bautista, Mt. San Antonio
Sebastien Bouchet, Napa
Francisco Contreras, San Diego City
Carlos Ochoa, Santa Rosa
Carlos Trujeque, Lake Tahoe
Toby Waterman, Irvine Valley
Joe Kay , Evergreen Valley
Rigoberto Maciel, Southwestern
Gustavo Navarro, Oxnard
Danny Ortiz, Taft
Brian Pacecho, Fullerton
Daniel Pulido, Hartnell
Sergio Segura, Fresno
Leo Silva, West Valley
Erick Villatoro, LA Mission
Bruno Brumati, West Hills-Lemoore
Christian Flores, Cuyamaca
Jordan Gutierrez, Rio Hondo
Nick Klemenko, Santa Rosa
Kebba Nyang, Santa Barbara
Ricardo Valdez, Mt. San Antonio
Edgar Yepez, Contra Costa
Arshia Aghababazadeh, De Anza
Jesus Meza, Chaffey