Nine seniors to be recognized at Hoops Family Field
Kickoff Tuesday from Osborne Stadium at 6 p.m.
Marshall to face Conference foe in important match
Marshall sits in a tie for seventh place in Conference USA
Kickoff from the UNM Soccer Complex set for 3 p.m. eastern
Games Played/Games Started: 4/0 … Logged 79 minutes in four matches … Recorded two total shots including a shot on goal at Fort Wayne (Sept. 26) … Played season-high 28 minutes at FIU (Oct. 7).
2016 (Junior): Games Played/Games Started: 10/2 … Contributed 263 minutes in first season with Marshall … Scored two goals coming off the bench at home versus Liberty (Oct. 8) … Scored the go-ahead goal in the 70th minute to take a 2-1 lead, then scored the game-winner in the overtime (93rd minute) on a header … Finished year with eight shots and three on goal … Made starts against FIU (Oct. 15) and at New Mexico (Oct. 22).
Prior to Marshall:
Spent 2014-15 at Shepherd University … In 2015 appeared in 17 games with 16 starts ... Recorded six points on two goals, two assists, 19 shots with six on goal, and one game-winning goal against Concord … Freshman season (2014) appeared in 15 games with 13 starts... Recorded one goal for two points ... Scored Shepherd's first goal of the season in a 4-2 win over Chowan in the season opener … High School – attended Washington High School for final three years after spending one year at Patch American High School in Stuttgart Germany … A three-year starter (did not play his senior year) … Second on the team in assists as a sophomore and junior … Three-time all-conference selection … A member of two conference and two regional champion teams … Totaled 16 goals and 18 assists.
Born Aug. 7, 1996 … Son of Michael and Gwendolynn Newhouse … Has two siblings … Older brother Josh Newhouse (21) plays soccer for Shepherd University and has a younger sister Isabella (13) … Father is a Retired Army Network Analyst … Chose Marshall because “I was looking for a school that would push me academically and has a strong soccer program. After exploring my options Marshall was the obvious choice.” … Majoring in special education.