Five Cougars Earn AMC South Division
written by Dave Parsons, Sports Information Director
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio - Five members of the Mount Vernon Nazarene
University menís soccer team were recently
honored when the American Mideast Conference
South Division awards were announced.
Josh Van Pelt
Josh Van Pelt, a senior forward from
Maryville, Tennessee, highlighted the list
of Cougars as he was selected to the AMC
South Division First Team for the second
straight year. The former William Blount
High School star led MVNU with six goals to
go with three assists. Van Pelt finishes his
career ranked fourth in school history in
goals (38), sixth in assists (27), and fifth
in points (103).
Adam Worrall, a sophomore midfielder from
Blacklick, Ohio, was named to the AMC South
Division Second Team. The former Gahanna
Lincoln High School standout registered four
goals and three assists this season.
Daniel Seiffert, a senior midfielder from
Lewis Center, Ohio, was an AMC South
Division Honorable Mention pick. The former
Worthington Christian High School product
started all 18 matches and finished with two
goals and two assists.
Scott Spangler, a freshman midfielder
from Pataskala, Ohio, was also an AMC South
Division Honorable Mention selection. The
former Watkins Memorial High School standout
led the team with four assists and also
scored one goal.
Alex Stout, a freshman goalkeeper from
Pataskala, Ohio, rounded out the AMC South
Division Honorable Mention picks. Another
former Watkins Memorial High School star,
Stout posted a 1.63 goals against average
with two shutouts and 75 saves in 17
In addition to the individual honors,
MVNU was also selected by the conference
coaches to receive the AMC South Division
Fair Play Award for the third time in the
past five years. The Cougars finished the
year with a 7-10-1 overall record and a
4-4-0 AMC South Division mark.