KANSAS CITY, Mo. (June 9, 2021) — United Soccer Coaches introduced Marquette males’s soccer gamers Chandler Hallwood, Alan Salmeron and Lukas Sunesson as 2020-21 School Participant Award of Distinction Recipients, per launch on Wednesday.
The brand new School Participant Award of Distinction was established this spring for its member head coaches to submit deserving participant primarily based on a number of of the next standards:
- Participant has achieved high quality efficiency on the sphere;
- Represented the very best beliefs of crew management;
- Exhibited high quality character attributes together with sportsmanship and respect for teammates, opponents, officers and the sport normally;
- Made different vital contributions to the good thing about this system and the group.
A redshirt sophomore, Hallwood performed at an especially excessive degree for the Golden Eagles this season. He went 7-2-2 in internet with 50 saves, an .862 save share and a 0.65 objectives towards common. His GAA set an MU single-season document whereas his save share ranks No. 2 all-time. The Third Workforce All-BIG EAST choice has twice earned BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honors and had three honor roll appearances this season. He was additionally named to Prime Drawer Soccer’s Workforce of the Week two instances and School Soccer Information’ Workforce of the Week as soon as.
Salmeron, a junior midfielder out of Chicago, has been the unsung hero of the Golden Eagles the previous couple seasons. A two-time BIG EAST All-Tutorial choice, Salmeron was ranked because the No. 86 participant within the nation by Prime Drawer Soccer earlier this season. He began in 12 of 13 video games this season and tallied one help whereas enjoying the third-most minutes on the crew.
Consensus All-American Lukas Sunesson brings dwelling one more award after a sensational third season at MU. The First Workforce All-BIG EAST member scored a team-best six objectives within the shortened spring 2021 season and helped tempo the Golden Eagles to their finest season in practically a decade.
Marquette (8-3-2) completed the season with a No. 14/13 rating after successful its second NCAA event sport in program historical past and advancing to the Candy 16 for the primary time since 2013.
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