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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced its Daktronics Scholar-Athlete Teams on Friday and Cornerstone placed two from the men's soccer team under head coach Mark Bell. Senior Nick Manzer (SR/Petoskey, Mich.) was joined by junior Blake Groll (JR/Kentwood, Mich.) after leading CU to a 6-12-1 campaign in 2014
LIMA, Ohio – The first time Cornerstone and UNOH met, the host Racers posted a 6-0 win but on Saturday, the Golden Eagles gave the home team everything they could handle in an eventual 2-1 loss. The setback ends the 2014 campaign for head coach Mark Bell and his team as they conclude the season 6-12-1.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The men's soccer team had a dramatic finish to the regular season this past Saturday and before they begin the playoffs on Saturday, the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference handed out its post-season honors. Senior Tristan Esprit and junior Mark Rougas were each placed on the Honorable Mention squad while CU landed two on the Academic Team and one on the Champions of Character.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – After helping the Cornerstone Men's Soccer team pitch a pair of shutouts this past week, sophomore goalkeeper Nick Hopkins (SO/Ada, Mich.) has been named the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week. Hopkins made seven saves in a pair of wins for head coach Mark Bell as they head into the conference tournament with the longest winning streak among the eight teams.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The men's soccer team entered Saturday night needing a win to keep their season alive and Garrett Nimmo (SO/Livonia, Mich.)'s goal just 1:04 into overtime did just that as the Golden Eagles defeated Indiana Tech 1-0. Cornerstone improves to 6-11-1 and 3-6-1 in league play to finish in a tie for 8th. CU owns the tie-breaker over UM-Dearborn and will begin the conference tourney next Saturday at No. 1 seed Northwestern Ohio.