Men's Soccer Players Honored at Year-End Banquet
Smith, Seib, Wallingford Honored at Berry Men's Soccer Banquet
Berry College's men's soccer team held its annual end-of-the-season banquet Monday evening, handing out awards and honoring its five seniors.
Senior defender Justin Smith of Rome was named the team's Most Valuable Player. Smith, who started all 15 games, anchored a Vikings defense that allowed 1.3 goals per game and registered three shutouts.
Sophomore midfielder Matt Seib of Toccoa was honored as the Vikings' Most Improved Player. Like Smith, Seib started all 15 matches in 2011.
Freshman midfielder Zak Wallingford of Lawrenceville was named Berry's Top Newcomer for 2011. Wallingford played in all 15 matches, starting 12, and led the team in goals (six) and points (14). He recorded two-goal matches in 2-1 victories over Birmingham-Southern and Covenant.
Berry finished its 50th season of intercollegiate competition with a 7-6-2 overall record.
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