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Scorecard FOOTBALL (10-2, 7-1 MIAC) advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs for the second consecutive season and was ranked No. 10 nationally. Running back Sam Sura ’16 rushed for 1,614 yards and 24 touchdowns in 12 games to earn All-America honors for the second straight season. He ended his career as SJU's alltime leader in rush attempts (730); rushing yards (4,031); 100-yard rushing games, with Tim Schmitz ’78 (18); rushing yards per game (108.9); and rushing touchdowns, with Matt Malmberg ’95 (48). A two-time Gagliardi Trophy semifinalist and a runner-up to the 2015 award, Sura also finished fourth in school history with 4,445 allpurpose yards, despite never returning a kick or punt. Sura, wide receiver Josh Bungum ’16, linebacker Carter Hanson ’17 and defensive tackle Peyton Thiry ’17 earned All-America honors from D3football. com. Ninety-four SJU football student-athletes have now earned All-America honors a total of 122 times in the program's 105-year history. Hanson and tight end Nick Simon ’16 were both named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Division III football first team.

named to the NSCAA All-North Region team for the second consecutive season. Forward Paul Wageman ’16 was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America second team and led SJU in goals (9), points (20) and shots-on-goal (23) this fall. CROSS COUNTRY finished second out of 11 teams at the 2015 MIAC Championship, its best finish since it won back-to-back conference titles in 2006 and 2007, and seventh out of 27 teams at the NCAA Central Regional. The Johnnies now have 33 top-eight finishes at their last 34 NCAA Central Regionals (going back to 1982), including five titles and 23 top-five finishes. Thomas Feichtinger ’16 earned AllRegion honors and a trip to the NCAA Division III Championship for the second straight season with an eighth-place finish to lead SJU at the regional. He went on to finish 89th out of 280 runners at the 2015 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship in Winneconne, Wis. GOLF finished fifth out of 10 teams at the 2015 MIAC Championship. Mack Farley ’17 led SJU in a tie for 14th among the 50 golfers. SJU earned GCAA AllAcademic team recognition for the seventh consecutive season in July.

SOCCER (12-4-1, 7-2-1 MIAC) finished second in the MIAC, their best regular-season finish under the direction of head coach John Haws (58-38-13 career record), and made their fourth consecutive appearance in the MIAC Playoffs. Midfielder Alex Niederloh ’16 was

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Saint John's Magazine Winter/Spring 2016  

Saint John's Magazine is published in the fall and winter for alumni, parents, friends and the Saint John's University campus community.

Saint John's Magazine Winter/Spring 2016  

Saint John's Magazine is published in the fall and winter for alumni, parents, friends and the Saint John's University campus community.

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