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Jordan Morris is Pac-12 Player of Year, other Academy alums recognized

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Despite missing five of Stanford's games while playing with the United States National Team Mercer Island native and Seattle Sounders Academy product earned the Pac-12 Player of the Year. He lead Stanford with eight goals (5th in confernce) and two assists earned him the second highest points per game at 1.38. The ppg leaders was Sounders Academy product Seyi Adekoya (UCLA) who joins Morris and keeper Ryan Herman (UW) on the Pac-12 first team. Henry Wingo from the University of Washington was on the second team.

Herman is a fifth year senior that lead the Pac-12 in saves (85), shutouts (10), goals against average (0.63). Ryan will be eligible for the MLS SuperDraft this year, unless he signs with the Sounders.

Wingo is a sophomore winger who averaged nearly a shot on goal a game with 50 shots taken. He had zero goals and zero assists in his 19 games played.

Sophomore forward Adekoya lead the conference in goals scored with 12 converting 36% of his shots. Seyi also tallied an assist.


2015 men's soccer All-Pac-12 teams

First Team Second Team* Honorable Mention
Seyi Adekoya, F, UCLA Corey Baird, M, STAN Adam Allmaras, GK, SDSU
Abu Danladi, F, UCLA Jose Carrera-Garcia, M, CAL Michael Amick, D, UCLA
Ryan Herman, GK, WASH Kyle Coffee, F, WASH Mikhail Doholis, M, OSU
Jose Hernandez, M, UCLA Andrew Epstein, GK, STAN Chase Gasper, D, UCLA
Nick Lima, D, CAL Thomas Hilliard-Arce, D, STAN Trevor Haberkorn, D/M, CAL
Jordan Morris, F, STAN Jordan Jones, F, OSU Josh Heard, M, WASH
Timmy Mueller, F, OSU Foster Langsdorf, F, STAN Travis Nicklaw, M, SDSU
Christian Thierjung, M, CAL Rene Reyes, F, SDSU Quentin Pearson, D, WASH
Ty Thompson, M, STAN Paul Salcedo, F, CAL Nathan Smith, D, UCLA
Brandon Vincent, D, STAN Justin Schmidt, D, WASH Javan Torre, D, UCLA
Jackson Yueill, M, UCLA Eric Verso, M, STAN Jordan Vale, M, UCLA
Henry Wingo, M, WASH