HAUTE, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior
Clint Vatterrodt (Bloomington, Ill./University)
earned another first for the men's soccer program with another
national honor from the National Soccer Coaches Association of
Vatterrodt captured first-team NSCAA
Collegiate Scholar All-America Team honors in results released by
Senior Tim Hollingshead (St. Peters,
Mo./Lutheran) joined Vatterrodt on the all-North Central
Scholar Team. Vatterrodt was chosen first-team all-district,
with Hollingshead earning second-team all-district
Vatterrodt has also earned third-team NSCAA
All-American honors, second-team Capital One Academic All-American
honors, and was named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
Offensive Player of the Year for his efforts in 2011.
Vatterrodt ranked No. 6 nationally in NCAA Division III
this season with 21 goals and finished No. 7
nationally with 52 points. He was named Heartland
Collegiate Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player, earned
two all-region honors in his career and was a three-time
first-team all-league honoree.
Vatterrodt stands third in
school history with 40 goals and 104 points, and holds
Rose-Hulman's career school record with 24 assists. He shared
a school record with 10 assists this season.
Hollingshead was named Most
Valuable Player of the 2011 HCAC Tournament and captured first-team
all-league honors this season. He scored seven goals with
five assists and 19 points in 75 career appearances. His 75
match appearances ranks fourth in school history.
During the careers of
Hollingshead and Vatterrodt, the Fightin' Engineers compiled a
32-4-3 mark against Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
opponents. The team also won HCAC Tournament
titles and made NCAA Division III Tournament appearances in 2008
#1 in the nation for 15 years!
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