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Men's Soccer Honors Seniors at Annual Banquet

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 04/27/2016
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PRINCETON, N.J. (4/27/15) - The Princeton men's soccer team held its annual team banquet on Sunday, April 24 at the Woodrow Wilson School's Robertson Hall.

The nine-member senior class of Andrew Doar, Jack Hilger, Ben Hummel, Nico Hurtado, John Kendall, Bing Lin, Brendan McSherry, Josh Miller, Thomas Sanner each spoke about their time at Princeton and being a part of the men's soccer team.

Certificates and awards, including Ivy League honors, earned during the season were presented before the three major team awards.

The Robert Myslik Award was presented to senior Andrew Doar. The Myslik Award is annually awarded to the member of the team who most demonstrates the passion for life, the fiery competitiveness, the unwavering honesty and the selfless generosity of Rob Myslik.

The Dr. William Trevor Trophy was awarded to junior Patrick Barba. The award is presented to the member of the Princeton men's soccer team who has shown the greatest improvement in the quality of play and attitude during the season.

The David S. Hackett Memorial Cup, an award voted on by the team was a deadlock tie. It was shared between seniors Josh Miller and John Kendall. The Hackett Cup is awarded annually to the member of the Princeton soccer team whose enthusiasm, discipline and leadership contributed most to the team and the sport of soccer at Princeton.

The Class finished with a four-year record of 36-23-8 and an Ivy League mark of 17-7-5 with a 2014 Ivy League Championship. The class had the most succesful junior and senior years combined in program history with a 21-8-5 record.

Head coach Jim Barlow '91 was also honored for his 20 years of dedication as head coach of his alma mater by former teammate Tim Foley '92. An encased stopwatch, with an inscription on the back, could not have been any more perfect. Given by the championship team to then Princeton soccer head Al Nies in 1925.

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