Holl and Silverberg Receive Top Honors at Awards Banquet
Athletics - posted on 2/1/2005
Ryan Holl and Joe Silverberg were named Co-Most Valuable Players for the 2004 season during the annual Lakeland College men's soccer team banquet Sunday.
Holl, a junior center back from Plymouth, Indiana, was a first team All-LMC selection. He was named the team's most outstanding defensive player and had 5 goals on the season.
Silverberg, a junior goalkeeper from South Bend, Indiana, had 3 shutouts and a 1.69 goals against average on the season. Silverberg is now 2nd on the school's all-time list in shutouts (10) and goals against average (1.908).
Sophomore forward Scott Kress was named the team's most outstanding offensive player. Kress, a Kiel native, tallied 12 goals and 4 assists on the season. Kress was named 1st Team All-LMC and 3rd Team All-Region.
Other award winners included seniors Gabe Vollmer and Shuaib Basheer. Vollmer, one of the most talented midfielders in the conference, was limited to just 8 games due to injuries. Basheer, a midfielder from the United Arab Emirates, was named to the Honorable Mention All-LMC team. Both men were honored with 4th year accolades. Sophomore defender Corey Petzold (Kiel) received the Coach's Award for his dedication and team spirit for the men.
Marc Colwell and assistant Carmelo Teran coach the men's team.
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