OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Senior Ryan Williams of the John Brown University men’s soccer team was named 2018 Sooner Athletic Offensive Player of the Year and was one of four student-athletes to receive All-Sooner Athletic honors, the conference office announced Wednesday (Nov. 7).

Williams, who also landed on the first team, was joined by first-time selection senior Conner Haney. Senior Giovani Bejarano was named to the second team while freshman Adrian Immel was chosen as co-Freshman of the Year.

Williams is the second John Brown player to be named Offensive Player of the Year over the last decade (Kelvin Omondi – 2016) and finished his career with a third-straight first-team selection. Logging over 82 percent of total playing team, Williams provided the Golden Eagles with eight goals and six assists (22 points) and one game-winning goal in JBU’s upset over No. 19 Southwestern Christian (Okla) on the road. On three occasions, the Mililani, Hawaii native scored a pair of goals, none bigger than his pair against Science & Arts (Okla.). His season-best six-point effort (2 goals, 2 assists) came in the Golden Eagles’ drubbing of Southwestern A.G. (Texas) in the regular season finale. He will graduate as the second all-time leader in career assists in program history.

See the entire article here: Seniors Highlight Men’s Soccer All-Conference Selections – John Brown University

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