Ohio Dominican University's Men's Soccer Player Honored
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) honored Ohio Dominican University's men's soccer senior Andrew Edler (Hilliard, Ohio) with recognition on the 2012 NCAA Division II Men All-Midwest Region Second Team. The selection makes it his second honor.
Edler, an All-GLIAC Second Team choice, played and started all 19 games for the Panthers for the 2012 season. He totaled two goals on the year with four points. For his career, Edler finished with 13 goals, nine assists and 29 points.
Edler joins other Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) athletes, NCAA Tournament runner-up Saginaw Valley, Northwood, and Notre Dame to receive honors.
The NSCAA is the largest soccer coaches' organization in the world. Since its founding in 1941, it has grown to include more than 30,000 members who coach both genders at all levels of the sport. In addition to a national rankings program for colleges and high schools, NSCAA offers an extensive recognition program that presents nearly 10,000 individual awards every year. The NSCAA fulfills its mission of coaching education through a nationwide program of clinics and week-long courses, teaching more than 6,000 soccer coaches each year.
ODU is a full member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II and a member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The University sponsors 18 varsity sports, including baseball, softball, football, volleyball, as well as men's and women's basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field, both indoor and outdoor.
Ohio Dominican University is a four-year private comprehensive liberal arts and master’s institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic Dominican tradition. The University has approximately 2,700 students and offers undergraduate degrees in 42 majors as well as seven graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning.