TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior Drew Belk (Jasper, Ind.) and junior Drew Miller (Cincinnati, Ohio/Bishop Fenwick) earned spots on the NCAA Division III all-Great Lakes Region Men's Soccer Team, in results released by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Belk and Miller became the 16th and 17th all-region honorees in Rose-Hulman men's soccer history. The Fightin' Engineers have seven players on all-region squads in the last four years and 12 during the six-year coaching career of Sean Helliwell.
Belk earned second-team all-region honors after scoring 15 goals with three assists for 33 points this season. His effort ranks third in Rose-Hulman history in single-season goals (15) and fourth in points (33).
Belk completed his career ranked seventh in school history with 28 goals and eighth with 61 points. He also scored the game winning goal in overtime in the HCAC championship game win over Transylvania that lifted Rose-Hulman to an NCAA Division III Tournament appearance.
Miller claimed third-team all-region honors after one of the most prolific seasons in school history. He recorded a 0.60 goals against average and ranked among the top 10 nationally in save percentage with a school record setting mark of .851.
Miller holds Rose-Hulman career school records for shutouts (22.5), goals against average (0.64) and save percentage (.847) entering his senior season. He also helped Rose-Hulman advance in the NCAA Division III Tournament opening round by helping the Fightin' Engineers top Penn State Behrend on penalty kicks.
Rose-Hulman advanced to the NCAA Division III Sweet Sixteen after finishing 12-6-5 this season. The Fightin' Engineers earned their first two NCAA Tournament wins, including a victory at No. 1 ranked Ohio Wesleyan in the second round of the tournament.