News - Krisher, Pulliam, Thompson, Crown and Mulholland Earn Post-Season Honors

Krisher, Pulliam, Thompson, Crown and Mulholland Earn Post-Season Honors

Krisher, Pulliam, Thompson, Crown and Mulholland Earn Post-Season Honors

GREENVILLE, Ill.-- Five men's soccer players from GC were recognized in the SLIAC post-season awards. 

Jacob Krisher earned a spot on the First Team All-Conference. Krisher, a senior from Galesburg, Ill., finished the season with 9 goals and 5 assists. He recorded 2 game-winning goals and was third in the SLIAC in total points, earning 23 throughout the season.

Spencer Pulliam, a junior from Springfield, Ill., was a member of the SLIAC Second Team All-Conference. Pulliam scored 5 goals and had 5 assists this season. He had two game-winning goals and finished 2013 with 15 total points. 

Sophomore, Elliot Thompson, received an All-Conferece Honorable Mention for his impressive play this season. Thompson had one assist this year and proved to be a driving force for the Panther defense. 

Senior captain, Aaron Mulholland, was awarded Greenville's spot on the SLIAC All-Sportsmanship team. Mulholland, a midfielder from Davison, Mich., finished the regular season with two goals and three assists and added another goal in the SLIAC Semi-Finals. Mulholland was named to the 2013 All-Tournament Team for his outstanding performance in the Semi-Final game against Westminster. 

Thomas Crown, Greenville's starting goalkeeper, was also named to the All-Tournament Team for his impressive play in the Semi-Final game. Crown, another GC captain, finished the season with 84 saves, putting him at fourth overall in the SLIAC. He had 6 saves in the Semi-Finals and was a vocal leader for the Panthers.

Congratulations to all five men for their outstanding achievements on and off the field.

This story was published on November 08, 2013

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