Clarksville, Ark.--Junior forward Ron Hogsett and senior goalkeeper Chris Schultz were named to the men's soccer 2004 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention Team, announced by the NSCAA national office last week.
Hogsett, a 5-8, 155-pound native of McKinney, Texas, finished second in the league in points (32). He ranked seventh in the ASC in goals (11), second in assists (10) and fourth in shots (61). A three-time All-Conference performer, Hogsett was the team-leader in points, shots, assists and shots in 2004. He was the East Division Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2002. He is a political science major. Schultz, a 5-10, 150-pound native of Coppell, Texas, ends his career as a four-time All-Conference performer. This season, he finished fifth in the conference in goals against average (1.28). He recorded three shutouts while collecting 69 saves this year. Schultz owns career records at Ozarks including goals against average (1.17), minutes played (6619), saves (349) and shutouts (28). He earned ASC All-East Division status his sophomore and junior year and was the ASC East Division Freshman of the Year in 2001. He is marketing major. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must have at least a cumulative 3.30 grade point average and have outstanding athletic accomplishments. Athletes from NCAA Division I, II and III, and NAIA are eligible for the honor. Hogsett and Schultz join Aaron Coats as the only Ozarks’ players to ever earn the award. Coats was named to the team in 2002.