Senior defender John Nardozzi leads four Tigers as all-conference selections for 2013
CHICAGO, Ill. — The Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic
Conference named 28 members to the all-conference men's soccer team: 14 to the first team
and 14 to the second team. Olivet Nazarene University had four selections, three
on the first team and one on the second team, and was the second most represented.
Representing the Tigers on the all-conference first team
Senior John Nardozzi
(Oakville, Ontario, Canada) started 20 games and helped lead the
Tigers to a conference best 0.94 goals against average and seven shutouts.
Paddy Hoepp (Frankfurt, Germany)
started 20 of 21 games and finished with seven goals, going 4-for-4 on penalty
kicks (2nd on team) and had three assists, giving the Tigers 22 shots on goal
(2nd on team). He also had five game-winning goals.
Junior Tyler Gill (Plainfield, Ill.) finished with
six goals and three assists (15 points), with all six goals coming in the last seven
games (only one loss in the games).
Da Silva (Brampton, Ontario, Canada) earned All-CCAC Second Team honors for
the first time. During the regular season, Da Silva started all 21 games and
led the team with 25 points (eight goals and nine assists), 30 shots on goal. He finished sixth in the conference
Previously, Hoepp was selected to the second team (2011) and first team
(2012), Da Silva to the first team (2012), and Nardozzi to the second team (2012).
For the complete list of award winners, go to: http://www.ccacsports.com/awards/0/2.php