KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Sophomore Myles Joseph (Lafayette, La.) of the Hanover men's soccer team added to his list of accomplishments for 2018, as he was selected to the United Soccer Coaches Great Lakes all-region team.
Joseph, who is picking up his first career all-region accolade, was named to the third team Monday evening. Overall, the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference had three players receive recognition, all on the third team.
The sophomore back for Hanover helped guide the team to a 0.99 goal against average, which was second best in the HCAC and among the national leaders. The Panthers totaled eight shutouts as well, with six clean sheets coming in conference play.
For his efforts, Joseph was named the HCAC's Defensive Most Valuable Player for the 2018 season. The sophomore has received all-conference honors in each of his first two seasons with the Blue and Red.
Hanover posted a 12-6-1 overall mark and an 8-1-0 record in league play en route to the program's first outright regular season HCAC championship. The Panthers also advanced to their third HCAC Tournament Final in the past four seasons.
Joseph becomes the fifth player in the past four years to earn all-region accolades from the United Soccer Coaches. Hanover has one second team and four third team selections during the stretch.
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