147-89-14 (.616) record since 2001
PELLA—Five Central College soccer players received second-team all-Iowa Conference honors Thursday. The men’s squad had three selections and the women had two.
Chosen on the men’s side were defender Garrett Fooshee (senior, Derby, Kan.), midfielder Daniel Peacock (sophomore, Ankeny) and midfielder Jonathan Schroeder (senior, St. Charles, Ill., North HS).
Receiving honorable mention were midfielder Leland Schipper (senior, Ankeny), midfielder Matt Woodcock (junior, West Des Moines, Valley HS) and defender K.J. McQuerrey (senior, West Des Moines, Valley HS).
For the women, second-team honorees were forward Alayna Bailey (sophomore, Des Moines, Hoover HS) and defender Hannah Davy (sophomore, Cottage Grove, Minn., Park HS). Midfielder Gabbi Muse (freshman, Waukee) earned honorable mention.
Fooshee is cited as a second-team selection for the second straight year and has helped the Dutch post 14 shutouts the past two seasons. Earlier this month, Fooshee was named a first-team Capital One Academic All-District VIII selection. He advanced to the national ballot for the Academic All-America team, which will be announced later this month.
Peacock, also cited to the second team last year, started all 19 games and recorded one goal and one assist.
Schroeder, a second-team choice in 2009, led the Dutch offense with 10 goals, including four game-winners, and also had one assist. Schroeder ranks third on Central’s career leaderboard in game-winning goals (9) and is seventh in assists (13) and eighth in goals (20).
Schipper recorded a team-best five assists and had two goals while Woodcock notched one goal. McQuerrey, an honorable mention pick last year and second-team selection in 2009, started all 19 games in the back third and had one goal.
The men compiled a 10-8-1 record with a 3-4-1 league mark, good for a fifth-place finish. Central was twice ranked in the North Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Bailey sparked the women’s offense with 10 goals and three assists. She is tied for 12th nationally with six game-winning goals.
Davy started 17 games and notched one goal and two assists. She helped the Dutch record three shutouts.
Muse had three assists and one goal and started all 18 games.
The Dutch women posted the program’s third-best record, finishing with a 10-7-1 mark. Central placed sixth in the league with a 3-4-1 record and advanced to the conference tournament for the first time since 2007.