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Murakami Named To United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America Team

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. C The U . s . Soccer Coaches announced any association’s NCAA Division III Men’s University student All-America Teams on Friday, with Matt Murakami (Sr., Eden Prairie, Minn.) earning Subsequent Team honors.

Student-athletes receiving Graduate student All-America recognition at these stages meet the following criteria:

  • 3.Thirty cumulative grade point average (on a 5.0 scale) or superior throghout career
  • Started more than 50 percent of all matches and significantly contribute to his or her team
  • Nominated by head coach of current College Services member institution
  • Junior or above in academic status; and, if a transfer scholar, in second year in school

Recently named to the United Baseball Coaches Scholar All-North/Central Region Very first Team and All-North Region Second Team, the two-time MIAC All-Conference and Instructional All-Conference appeared in all but one online game for the Gusties during theseason, starting in each game played while driving the midfield. A Financial Economics major with a 3.58 grade point average, Murakami scored four goals in addition to three assists for Twelve points on the season, concluding as the third-leading scorer on the team. For Oct. 2, Murakami earned MIAC Battler of the Week honors after tallying some goals in two games with road victories at Street. Olaf and Augsburg. The Gustie co-captain also counted 27 shots (17 pictures on goal), and one game-winner.

In improvement, Murakami, Davis Petros (Jr., Apple Valley, Minn.), in addition to Matt Bateman (Jr., Savage, Minn.) were recently named to the Scholar All-North/Central Area Team, receiving First Crew, Second Team, and Lastly Team honors, respectively.

Petros, aMIAC All-Conference Professional Mention honoree andAcademic All-Conference recipient owns a 3.71 GPA because a Financial Economics and Maths major. Petros started in 17 video game titles as a steady defender for any Gustie squad that limited the opponents to 0.89 goals per game.

Bateman, the Public Accounting major using a 3.67 GPA, started all of 19 games in online for the Gusties, finishing as one of the leading goalkeepers in the MIAC. His 72 saves stood as the 2nd most in the conference, as he posted and .800 preserve percentage (3rd/MIAC), a 0.97 goals against average (T-4th/MIAC), and six shutouts (T-3rd/MIAC).

 

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