OCSA Recognizes Four Men's Soccer Players
NEW CONCORD, Ohio – The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association recently honored four Ohio Dominican men's soccer players on its yearly Academic All-Ohio squads.
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The trio of senior Duncan Campbell (Hilliard, Ohio), junior Jakob Szabo (Worthington, Ohio), and sophomore Brent Wahle (Pataskala, Ohio) were named to the OCSA Academic All-Ohio First Team while junior Brock Taylor (Columbus, Ohio) was placed on the Second Team
Campbell, a Business and Accounting major, earned a 3.49 GPA. He earned OCSA All-Ohio First Team honors and was selected to the NSCAA College Division East All-Region Honorable Mention team. Campbell earned NSCAA Midwest Region Second Team honors as well as being named to the Daktronics Midwest Region Second Team. He also earned GLIAC Second Team honors. Campbell played and started in 19 games, where he scored four goals. He enters the ODU record book for career penalty kicks made with five.
Szabo, a Sport Management and Business major earned a 3.64 GPA. Szabo earned OCSA All-Ohio First Team honors and was named to the NSCAA College Division Scholar East Region team. He was selected to the NSCAA Midwest Region First Team and also earned Daktronics Midwest Region Second Team honors. Szabo finished the season with five goals, a team-leading seven assists, and was selected to the GLIAC First Team.
Wahle, a Computer Information major, earned a 3.33 GPA. Wahle was also honored on the OCSA All-Ohio First Team and was named to the NSCAA Midwest Region First Team. He earned the Daktronics Midwest Region First Team honors and earned GLIAC First Team honors. Wahle was a two time GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week and led the team with seven goals while adding three assists.
Taylor, a Business major, earned a 3.53 GPA. He was selected to the GLIAC Second Team and played in 17 games with 16 starts. He helped guide the Panther backfield to a 12 game unbeaten streak, including eight at home.
Ohio Dominican ended the regular season as the GLIAC regular season and conference tournament champions, a first in program and school history. The Panthers also made their first appearance in the NCAA tournament where they were ousted by Lewis 1-0 in overtime.