Belton (November 12, 2013) The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s soccer team placed five athletes on the American Southwest Conference All-Conference Teams released Tuesday.
The Cru had one player voted Second Team All-ASC, one player earning Third-Team All-ASC and three athletes named Honorable Mention All-ASC.
Brandon Dutton was the Cru’s Second Team All-ASC selection. The senior defender from Temple, Texas (Temple H.S.), anchored a Cru backline that allowed just 196 shots and 26 goals for a 1.62 per game average. Dutton started all 16 contests for the Cru this season and ends his career with two all-conference selections.
McKenna Cook was the Cru’s lone Third Team All-ASC selection. Cook, a freshman forward from Denton, Texas (Guyer H.S.), was a top offensive threat for the Cru this season, scoring four goals and recording four assists for a season-total 12 points. Cook also had one game-winning goal and one game-winning assist this season.
Isaiah Minick, Kabutey Ebeheakey and Ben Hammonds were all Honorable Mention All-ASC selections for UMHB. As a junior midfielder from Chaing Mai, Thailand (Grace International), Minick was a solid performer both offensively and defensively for UMHB. Minick served as team captain for the Cru and recorded one goal and one assist in 16 matches played. Ebeheakey was a dual threat as a midfielder and defender for the Cru. The senior from Pflugerville, Texas (Pflugerville H.S.), contributed to the Cru backline and recorded two goals and one assist for five total points this season. Hammonds, a sophomore midfielder from Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound H.S.), started in all 16 matches for the Cru, recording one goal and two assists.
Dutton and Minick are two-time All-ASC selections while Cook, Ebeheakey and Hammonds earned their first selection.
The Cru finished their season at 5-9-2 with a 3-5-2 conference record.