Bulldog men’s soccer players Nathan Douglas and Kurt O’Kelly earned GPAC postseason honors on Monday for their efforts in the 2011 season. Both were second team All-GPAC selections, while Chris Podlich, Chris DeFeyter and Aaron Skipworth all received honorable mention recognition.
Douglas (Winnipeg, Canada) had a strong sophomore campaign for the Bulldogs at the forward position. He led the team with 11 goals scored and also added three assists for a team-high 25 points on the year. Douglas had one game-winning goal on the season.
O’Kelly (Littleton, Colo.) started all 19 games as a defender for the Bulldogs in his senior season. He finished with one goal and one assist on the year and was a team leader on a young back line for Concordia.
Podlich (Brisbane, Australia) was 9-4-3 in goal for the Bulldogs in 2011. He made 91 saves on the season and finished with an impressive 0.95 goals against average. DeFeyter (Scottsdale, Ariz.) started all 19 games for the Bulldogs in his freshman season. He totaled two goals and one assist for five total points. DeFeyter also added two game-winning goals on the season. Skipworth (Colorado Springs, Colo.) was second on the team with nine goals scored on the year. The junior forward also tied for the team-high with four assists to finish with a total of 22 points in 2011.
The Bulldogs were 11-5-3 during the 2011 season.