Three Mustangs Named To All-GPAC Honorable Mention List
LaFramboise And Schaefers Named Scholar-Athletes
Pinheiro Named GPAC Defensive Player Of The Week
Mustangs 8th In GPAC Pre-Season Poll
Saxx Adams, a senior forward from Plano, Texas, was the leading scorer for the Morningside College men’s soccer team during the 2013 season.
Adams tallied a team-high seven goals to go along with one assist for 15 points. He scored the game winning goal in four of the Mustangs’ seven victories. His four game winning goals was the third highest single-season total in Morningside history.
Adams, who joined the Mustangs’ last year as a transfer from Cowley County Community College, had 16 goals and five assists in his two seasons with the Mustangs to finish his career as the 10th leading scorer in Morningside history with 37 career points. Adams is third in the Morningside record book with seven career game winning goals and eighth with 16 career goals.
Taylor Martin, a senior forward from Omaha, Neb., dealt a team-high five assists to go along with one goal for seven points. Three of Martin’s assists came in the Mustangs’ 4-1 victory against Mount Marty College on Sept. 25 to tie Morningside’s single-game record.
Chico Hernandez, a senior forward from South Sioux City, Neb., was the Mustangs’ third leading scorer with three goals and three assists for nine points and finished his career in 17th place on Morningside’s all-time scoring list with 27 points.
Logan Schaefers, a junior midfielder from Rapid City, S.D., was the Mustangs’ second leading scorer with six goals and two assists for 14 points to climb into 19th place on Morningside’s all-time scoring list with 22 career points.
Eduardo Pinheiro, a freshman goal keeper from Goiania, Brazil, had a 4-3 record with one shutout, 51 saves, and a goals against average of 1.05 goals per game to lead the Mustangs in all categories.
Morningside posted a 7-11 record and finished seventh in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) standings with a 4-6 league record during the 2013 season.
Morningside 13 All-Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Men’s Soccer Team selected by the league’s head coaches.
The Mustangs’ All-GPAC honorable mention players are Saxx Adams, Tyler Johnson, and Jesse LaFramboise.
Adams, a senior forward from Plano, Texas, was the Mustangs’ leading scorer this season with seven goals and one assist for 15 points.
Johnson, a junior defender from Gretna, Neb., was a defensive standout for a Morningside team that limited its opposition to averages of 14.7 shots and 2.00 goals per game. Johnson also had an assist for the Mustangs’ offensive attack.
LaFramboise, a senior midfielder from Rapid City, S.D., contributed a goal and an assist for three points to the Mustangs’ offensive attack.
Morningside posted a 7-11 record during the 2013 season and finished seventh in the GPAC standings with a 4-6 league record.
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Jessie LaFramboise and Logan Schaefers have been named 2013 Daktronics-NAIA Men’s Soccer Scholar-Athletes.
LaFramboise, a senior midfielder from Rapid City, S.D., has a 3.71 cumulative grade point average (GPA) with a major in biology.
Schaefers, a junior midfielder from Rapid City, has a 3.52 cumulative GPA with a major in mathematics teaching.
Morningside posted a 7-11 record during the 2013 season and finished seventh in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) standings with a 4-6 league record.
Student-athletes must be of at least junior academic status and have a minimum GPA of 3.50 in order to be eligible for Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors.
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Eduardo Pinheiro, a freshman goal keeper from Goiania, Brazil, has been named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 21-27.
Pinheiro allowed one goal in two games last week to help the Mustangs extend their winning streak to three games. He came up with nine saves in last Tuesday’s 1-0 double overtime victory against Briar Cliff University and had three saves in Morningside’s 3-1 victory at Nebraska Wesleyan University last Saturday.
Pinheiro has allowed only four goals in seven games this season for a goals against average of 0.71 goals per game. The Mustangs have a 4-1 record with Pinheiro as their goal keeper.
Morningside is picked eighth in the 2013 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Men’s Soccer Coaches Pre-Season Poll released on Aug. 13.
The Mustangs return six starters from a team that posted a 7-11-2 record last season and finished sixth in the GPAC standings with a 4-4-2 league mark.
Morningside will open the 2013 season with a 3 p.m. home game against York College on Saturday, Aug. 31.
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