CARMEL, Ind. – The top three goal scorers for the Franklin men's soccer team were among those named to one of three all-conference teams when the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) announced its post-season award winners on Wednesday (Nov. 13) morning.
Senior Jordan Thomas was named First Team All-HCAC for the first time in his career and was joined by fellow senior and Second Team selection Mason May, as well as freshman and honorable mention choice Garrett Snyder.
Whiteland, Ind.-native Thomas earned his second all-conference award after leading the Grizzlies with eight goals and three assists for 19 points while playing in 18 contests. Thomas did the bulk of his damage in league play, scoring 15 points to tie for the most across the league table. He ends his career as the fourth-leading scorer in program history with 41 points (18G, 5A) and is tied with Dominic Favia for the fourth-most goals in school history.
Kokomo, Ind.-native May picked up his first career all-conference honor, finishing second to Thomas in scoring with 13 points on five goals and three assists. The senior forward potted three of his goals in conference play and ends his tenure with the program with the ninth-most points (31) and the fourth-most assists (nine) in school history.
In his first campaign with the Grizzlies, Franklin-native Snyder scored four goals and added an assist to finish third on the team with nine points. He finished the year tied with May for second on the team in shot attempts (21) and shots on target (11).