Marshall men’s soccer seniors honored after great tournament play
Himes recorded eight saves and Stergiotis scored for the Herd
Nine seniors to be recognized at Hoops Family Field
Kickoff from the ODU Soccer Complex set for 7 p.m.
Kickoff from FIU Soccer Stadium set for 7 p.m.
Marshall defeated No. 21 Kentucky at Hoops Family Field on Oct. 14, 1-0.
2017 Conference USA All-Tournament Team
Games Played/Games Started: 19/17 … Scored Marshall’s lone goal, and the eventual game-winner, over No. 3 seed Kentucky in the first round of the Conference USA Tournament … Knocked in the rebound past the Wildcat keeper in the 32nd minute … Appeared in every game of only season with the Herd with 17 starts … Logged 1,346 minutes as a midfielder … Tied for team lead with four assists including two assists in Marshall’s 3-0 win over Eastern Illinois … Key leader on the field for the Herd … Finished the season with one goal, four assists and six points … Had 30 total shots, third highest on the team, with 11 on goal.2016 (Junior at Carson Newman)
Appeared in all 17 games for the Eagles with 11 starts ... Logged his first C-N goal against Wingate on Oct. 15th ... Assisted on goals against Flagler and Coker ... Ranked fourth on the team in shots on goal with nine.
University of Charleston (W. Va.): 2014-15 … Played in 19 games with 2 starts as a sophomore, averaging 30 minutes per contest ... Tallied one goal and two assists ... Played in 12 games off the bench as a freshman with two goals and one assist ... Was a member of a squad that made consecutive appearances in the Final Four, including a National Runner-up finish in 2014 ... Helped team win the MEC conference in both seasons ... Was also on the dean's list all four semesters he was at Charleston.
High School: Led Iroquois High School in points during his senior year and was named team MVP...Also played football in high school.
Personal: Born Aug. 22, 1996 … Son of Nick and Georgina Stergiotis ... Has an older sibling Spyros (25) and younger sibling Alexei (16) … Majored in business management and is pursuing his Master’s in sports management at Marshall … Chose Marshall because “…of the opportunity it gave me and the environment of the soccer team.”