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10 Men's Soccer Players Awarded with WHAC Honors

10 Men's Soccer Players Awarded with WHAC Honors

The Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference announced the 2019 men's soccer awards on Friday, November 8th. 10 Saints were honored with an award this season.

Leo Hisamatsu (Senior, Osaka, Japan) was honored with WHAC Champions of Character Team and WHAC All-Academic Team. Hisamatsu started in goal during 12 games on the season for the Saints. He made 89 saves and had one shutout.

Uthman Babatunde (Junior, Lagos, Nigeria) was awarded WHAC All-Academic Team. Babatunde played in 17 games this season where he recorded nine shots, two of which were on goal.

Artur Becker (Senior, Novo Hamburgo, Brazil) took home WHAC All-Academic Team. Becker played in 16 games. He tallied nine shots, three of which were on goal.

Remy Collard (Junior, Okemos, Mich.) won WHAC All-Academic Team. Collard played in 18 games where he scored two goals and had eight shots on goal.

Kiah Finley (Senior Holly, Mich.) won WHAC All-Academic Team. Finley started in all 18 games for SHU where he had an assist and recorded three shots. 

Andrew Kozan (Junior, Canton, Mich.) earned WHAC All-Academic Team. Kozan appeared in goal during seven games, six of which he started. He made 36 saves and had one shutout.

Alexander Mittag (Junior, Utica, Mich.) was put on the WHAC All-Academic Team. During the season Mittag played in 18 games where he scored two goals and had an assist.

Carlos Palan (Senior, Quito, Ecuador) received WHAC All-Academic Team. Palan played in two games for the Saints on the year.

Austin Siterlet (Senior, Canton, Mich.) was tabbed WHAC All-Academic Team. In 18 games started for Siterlet, he recorded one shot on goal.

Brayden Stephan (Senior, Highland, Mich.) was the 10th SHU player to be honored as WHAC All-Academic Team. Starting in 17 games started for the Saints he scored two goals and had two assists.