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Men's soccer places two on SLIAC all-decade team

Men's soccer places two on SLIAC all-decade team

The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is proud to announce its All-Decade team, from 2010-19, for men's soccer. Greenville's Edgar Bueno and Nathan Mayberry were selected. Selections were made using a system that awarded points based on All-Conference selections. In addition, any player receiving the top individual award (Player of the Year or Defensive Player of the Year) during a season earned a selection. Coaches were picked based on Coach of the Year awards won during the time span. 

SLIAC Men's Soccer All-Decade Team (2010-19)

Coach Mike Siener, Webster University
Siener was twice named the SLIAC Coach of the Year, winning in 2014 and 2018. From 2017 into the 2018 season he led the Gorloks on a school-record 18 game unbeaten streak. 

Abdullahi Abdullahi, Spalding University
A four-time All-Conference player he finished his career with 26 goals and 15 assists, earning First Team All-Conference honors in 2015.

Edgar Bueno, Greenville University
A three-time First Team All-Conference selection, Bueno finished his career with 14 goals and 23 assists. 

Clint Carder, Webster University
The 2010 SLIAC Co-Player of the Year was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection. He tallied 15 goals and two assists in 2010, finishing with 32 total points and leading the league at 1.78 points per game.

Drew Cook, Westminster College
A three-time First Team All-Conference selection, Cook finished with 30 goals and 10 assists during his Blue Jay career.

Julio DeLeon, Spalding University
A four-time All-Conference pick, he earned First Team honors three times in his career. DeLeon tallied three double-digit assist seasons and is third in SLIAC history with 35 assists.

Daryl Doran, Westminster College
Doran was chosen as a First Team All-Conference player three times in his career, serving as the main defender for a Blue Jay team that recorded 13 shutouts in 2015. 

Greg Ferry, Fontbonne University
Ferry was the 2017 SLIAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year and a two-time First Team selection. 

Blake Hausman, Westminster College
Earned all-conference honors three times including a First Team selection in 2017. 

Kornell Hilliard, Spalding University
One of the most dangerous attackers in conference history Hilliard earned All-Conference honors all four years, three times being named First Team. He was the 2019 SLIAC Player of the Year and finished his career as the SLIAC all-time leading scorer with 150 points. 

Osman Hussein, Spalding University
Hussein led Spalding to its first regular-season title in 2016 when he was named the SLIAC Player of the Year. He tallied 13 goals and four assists that season, totaling 30 points. 

Kaleb Keller, Principia College
Keller is the only player from the decade to win multiple SLIAC Player of the Year awards. He netted 50 goals in his three seasons and was the NCAA leader in goals and points per game in 2018. 

Joey Lesher, Spalding University
Joining his teammate Hussein in helping the Golden Eagles to their first regular-season title, Lesher was a two-time All-Conference pick and the 2016 SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year. 

Trevor Massa, Spalding University
Still active, Massa has been named All-Conference in each of his first two seasons and made the All-Decade team after being named the 2019 SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year. 

Nathan Mayberry, Greenville University
Earning All-Conference honors three times during his career he totaled 28 points as a Panther with nine goals and 10 assists during his four seasons. 

Zach Meyer, Fontbonne University
Meyer was the 2013 SLIAC Player of the Year winner after netting a league-leading 18 goals, including six game-winners while adding two assists for 38 total points.

Raul Belman Romero, Westminster College
One of just three goalkeepers to be on the All-Decade team, Romero was a three-time All-Conference pick, earning First Team honors twice and the SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year award in 2015. He ranks second in SLIAC history with 37 wins, finishing with a 1.05 goals-against average.

Justin Schmidt, Webster University
One the top defenders in league history Schmidt is the only player to win back-to-back SLIAC Defensive Player of the Year awards. He was a four-time All-Conference selection, earning First Team honors three times in his career. 

Josh Schulz, Fontbonne University
The 2011 SLIAC Player of the Year finished that season with eight goals and six assists for 22 total points while helping the Griffins to a 6-1-1 conference record.

Josh Sellmeyer, Webster University
A three-time First Team All-Conference player, Sellmeyer won the 2012 SLIAC Player of the Year award as a defender when he helped Webster to a regular-season title and a 12-6-2 record. 

Tripp Sheehan, Westminster College
Earning two First Team All-Conference selections, he was the 2015 SLIAC Player of the Year after recording 12 goals and 15 assists. The 15 assists are tied for 3rd most in a single season in SLIAC history.

Jacob Stieb, Webster University
Stieb won the league's inaugural Defensive Player of the Year award and was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection. 

Samuel Thomas, Principia College
Sharing the 2010 SLIAC Player of the Year award, Thomas was a two-time First Team All-Conference choice. The goalkeeper ranks 3rd in career wins (34), 7th in career shutouts (19), and 9th in career saves (337) in SLIAC history. 

Mike Wells, Webster University 
Wells earned First Team honors three times in his career, twice garnering First Team honors, and was the 2014 SLIAC Player of the Year.