Top 10 of 2012-13: #4 Berry’s Remarkable Season
Things really start to heat up with the release of the number four moment or storyline on our list in the #MGTop10 of 2012-13. The fourth spot belongs to Jordan Berry — a recent men’s soccer senior that led the team to new heights in 2012 after putting together a remarkable campaign on the pitch. From toppling NAIA power Taylor University (Ind.) 3-0 scoring all three goals, to overtime playoff goals, Berry’s 2012 season was one that will be etched into the minds of Marygrove Men’s Soccer fans for quite some time. Below is a recap of all the awards and statistics from Berry’s 2012 campaign.
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Not Done Yet! Berry Named NSCAA First Team All-Region Men’s Soccer –
DETROIT, Mich. — Four-time United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) All-American, Three-time Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) All-Conference, Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) First Team All-Conference, and now a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) NAIA All-Mideast Region award.
The aforementioned accolades are those of Jordan Berry (Dearborn, Mich./Crestwood) â one of the most decorated student-athletes in the history of Marygrove College Athletics.
In a recent release by the NSCAA, Berry, along with five other WHAC men’s soccer players, was tabbed a first team selection to the NAIA All-Mideast Region team.
“Jordan is a special player. It will be difficult for us to replace what he brought to the program,” said men’s soccer head coach Matt Johnson. “Despite our new status as a program, Jordan’s career marks will most likely sit atop the Marygrove record books for years to come. I am glad to have coached him over the past four seasons and wish him luck in his future endeavors.”
The award comes after a record-breaking season in which Berry totaled 23 goals and three assists on his way to a 49-point senior campaign. At season’s end, Berry ranked fifth in the NAIA in goals (23), sixth in goals per game (1.15), and 11th in points per game (2.45).
A starter all four years with 71 games played, Berry amassed 70 goals and 11 assists en route to a career that culminated in 151 points.
Category: Men's Soccer