TACOMA, WA– (LoggerAthletics.com) Six members of the Puget Sound men’s soccer team earned All-NWC men’s soccer honors for the 2014 season.
Senior defender Sam Naatz, junior midfielder Sam Zisette, and senior forward Andrew White made the All-NWC First Team. Senior midfielderSean Ryan and senior goalkeeper Nathan King were named to the All-NWC Second Team, and senior forward Landon Gauthier earned All-NWC Honorable Mention.
Naatz, from Salt Lake City, Utah was a dominant leader of the Logger defense that allowed 18 goals through 20 games including nine shutouts. Naatz also assisted on two goals this season, one being a game winner against Linfield on Oct. 25.
Zisette, a Seattle native, joins the All-NWC First Team after being named to the All-NWC Second Team in 2013. This season he recorded five assists and two goals including a game winner against George Fox on Nov. 1.
White, from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, lead the Logger offensive charge this season with a team-high 46 shots and eight goals. He ranks third in the NWC in goals and fourth in points with 21.
Ryan, of Mill Creek, Washington, ranked second in the NWC with nine assists. He also added seven goals to finish with a team-high 23 points this year, which ranked him third in the NWC.
King earned All-NWC Second Team honors for the second year in a row as he started all 20 games in goal for the Loggers. The Preston, Washington, native finished the regular season with a 0.84 goals-against average with 66 saves.
Gauthier, from Fox Island, Washington, netted seven goals for the Loggers including a hat trick against Linfield on Sept. 28. He also added three assists for 17 points this season.
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Puget Sound finished the season third in the NWC with an overall record of 13-5-2.
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