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As a team, NCAA champion Indiana tied for seventh in shutout percentage (0.50) and ranked 10th in team goals against average (0.78)
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The MAC Hermann Trophy is the highest individual award in intercollegiate soccer. A banquet will be hosted at the Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis on Friday, Jan. 11, to recognize the finalists' accomplishments and announce the winners.
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Big Ten Hauls in Regional Awards: Twenty-two Big Ten runners received USTFCCCA All-Region recognition by virtue of their top-25 finish at their respective regionals this season, second to only the SEC (23) among conferences. Michigan and Wisconsin led the way with five honorees each, while three Michigan State runners, two harriers from Illinois, Indiana, Penn State and Purdue, and one Ohio State runner were named to the team. Additionally, Wisconsin's Mohammed Ahmed was named the Great Lakes Region Athlete of the Year, while head coach Mick Byrne was tabbed Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year for the fourth time in five years. For complete regional results, click here.
Big Ten Championships Roundup: Wisconsin took home its 14th consecutive Big Ten Championship and the team's 46th overall title by placing four runners in the top 10. Maverick Darling and Mohammed Ahmed led the Badgers, placing second and third individually. Indiana's Zach Mayhew took home the individual crown, running the 8,000-meter course in 23:29. For the full Big Ten Championships recap and a list of All-Big Ten honorees, click here.
Big Ten Postseason Awards: After placing first at the Big Ten Championships, Indiana's Zach Mayhew was named Big Ten Athlete of the Year. Wisconsin head coach Mick Byrne collected his fifth straight Coach of the Year honor, while Purdue's Matt McClintock took home Freshman of the Year laurels after leading all newcomers with an eighth place finish at the conference meet. For more on the individual Big Ten award winners, click here.
Big Ten Reels in Regional Awards: Twenty-nine Big Ten runners received USTFCCCA All-Region recognition by virtue of their top-25 finish at their respective regionals this season, the most of any conference in the nation. Michigan, Michigan State and Penn State led the way with five honorees each, while three Minnesota runners, two harriers from Illinois, Iowa, Northwestern, Ohio State and Wisconsin, and one Indiana runner were named to the team. Additionally, Michigan's Mike McGuire was tabbed Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year for the second year in a row, while Penn State Beth Alford-Sullivan claimed Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year accolades after each leading their squads to a first-place team finish at their respective regionals. For complete regional results, click here.
Big Ten Championships Roundup: Michigan won its first Big Ten Championship since 2006 and ninth overall, finishing with a winning score of 55 after placing five runners in the top 20. Michigan State's Sara Kroll finished first individually, while Michigan State finished second in the team standings and Penn State took third. For the complete Big Ten Championships recap, click here.
Big Ten Postseason Awards: Michigan State's Sara Kroll was named Big Ten Athlete of the Year after placing first at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 20:13. After leading Michigan to its ninth Big Ten title, Wolverine head coach Mike McGuire picked up his ninth Coach of the Year award. Michigan's Shannon Osika was named Freshman of the Year after pacing all freshman at the Big Ten Championships with a 13th place finish. For more on the individual Big Ten award winners, click here.
Sixteen women's soccer players were named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Team, it was announced on Monday. Standouts from conference institutions make up 16 of the 33 representatives, including seven of the 11 on the first team. Below is the complete list of Big Ten student-athletes on the All-Great Lakes Region Team.
Vanessa DiBernardo, ILL
Haley Kopmeyer, MICH
Taylor Uhl, MINN
Tiffany Cameron, OSU
Whitney Church, PSU
Maya Hayes, PSU
Christine Nairn, PSU
Cloe Lacasse, IOWA
Nkem Ezurike, MICH
Holly Hein, MICH
Erin McNulty, PSU
Monica Lam-Feist, WIS
Orianica Velasquez, IND
Shelina Zadorsky, MICH
Megan Fuller, OSU
Raquel Rodriguez, PSU
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NaVorro Bowman, LB, San Francisco 49ers (Penn State) - Tied for a team-high with eight tackles, including three for loss, and a sack in the 49ers' 16-13 loss to the Rams.
Dallas Clark, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Iowa) - Caught three passes for 21 yards and a touchdown in the Bucs' 31-23 loss to the Broncos.
Lavonte David, LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Nebraska) - Recorded 10 tackles, including three for loss, an interception and two pass deflections in the Bucs' 31-23 loss to the Broncos.
Brandon Fields, P, Miami Dolphins (Michigan State) - Averaged 51.8 yards on five punts and a long of 60 yards in the Dolphins' 23-16 loss to the Patriots.
Larry Foote, LB, Pittsburgh Steelers (Michigan) - Totaled six tackles and a sack in the Steelers' 23-20 defeat of the Ravens.
Shonn Greene, RB, New York Jets (Iowa) - Ran for 104 yards on 24 attempts in the Jets' 7-6 win over the Cardinals.
Chad Greenway, LB, Minnesota Vikings (Iowa) - Tallied a team-high 16 tackles, including 13 solo, in the Vikings' 23-14 loss to the Packers.
Brian Hartline, WR, Miami Dolphins (Ohio State) - Pulled in five catches for 84 yards in Miami's 23-16 loss to New England.
A.J. Hawk, LB, Green Bay Packers (Ohio State) - Racked up a team-high 10 tackles, including eight solo, in the Packers' 23-14 win over the Vikings.
Alex Henery, K, Philadephia Eagles (Nebraska) - Nailed both of his field goals and all three extra point attempts in the Eagles' 38-33 loss to the Cowboys.
James Laurinaitis, LB, St. Louis Rams (Ohio State) - Racked up 10 solo tackles in the Rams' 16-13 defeat of the 49ers.
Sean Lee, LB, Dallas Cowboys (Penn State) - Recorded six tackles, including one for loss, and a pass deflection in the Cowboys' 38-33 victory over the Eagles.
Brandon Myers, TE, Oakland Raiders (Iowa) - Hauled in 14 catches for 130 yards and a touchdown in the Raiders' 20-17 loss to the Browns.
Bernard Pollard, S, Baltimore Ravens (Purdue) - Recorded eight solo tackles, including one for loss, and a pass deflection in the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Steelers.
Paul Posluszny, LB, Jacksonville Jaguars (Penn State) - Tied a team-high with nine tackles, including one for loss, an interception and a pass deflection in the Jaguars' 34-18 loss to the Bills.
Anthony Spencer, LB, Dallas Cowboys (Purdue) - Recorded eight tackles, including one for loss, and a pass deflection in the Cowboy's 38-33 victory over the Eagles.
J.J. Watt, DE, Houston Texans (Wisconsin) - Tallied five tackles, one sack, a forced fumble and two pass deflections in Houston's 24-10 win over Tennessee.
Donte Whitner, S, San Francisco 49ers (Ohio State)- Racked up seven tackles, including six solo, in San Francisco's 16-13 overtime loss to St. Louis.
Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks (Wisconsin) - Threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns on 23-of-37 passing and rushed for 71 yards on nine attempts in the Seahawks' 23-17 overtime victory over the Bears.
Antoine Winfield, Minnesota Vikings (Ohio State) - Registered nine tackles, including five solo, in the Vikings' 23-14 loss to the Packers.