Post-season Honors Released in Men's Soccer

Doane men's soccer post-season honors have been announced and the following players were recognized by the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC).

Tom Heavey, a sophomore from Omaha, was named First Team All-GPAC as a forward.  Heavey, tied for the team lead with eight goals on the season.  He added an assist to finish with 17 points on the season.  He had one game-winning goal.

Devon Strecker, a sophomore from Omaha, earned First Team All-GPAC as a midfielder.  Strecker equaled Heavey in goals scored with eight this season.  He posted two assists and led the team with 18 points.  He posted four game-winning goals for the Tigers.

Jace Peters, a sophomore from Glenwood, Iowa, received First Team All-GPAC honors as a defender.  Peters posted one assists in 16 games but helped the team to five shutouts.

Kyle Smith, a junior from Mission Hills, S.D., was picked Second Team All-GPAC this year as a midfielder.  Smith scored five goals and posted four assists for the Tigers.  He had three game-winning goals.

Chris Kavinsky, a senior from Englewood, Colo., was named honorable mention All-GPAC.  Kavinsky came back from injury midway through the year to finish with four shutouts and a 1.70 goals against average.  He dropped his goals against average nearly half a goal game after his return from injury.

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