Posted: Sep 01, 2019
"I am proud of how hard these boys worked on the weekend," Coach Scott Fridley said.
Martin netted a goal from deep during the 75th minute of Friday's match against Emory & Henry College (0-1-1). It was the third and final goal as Anderson (1-1) powered to a 3-0 win against the Wasps. The senior from New Palestine also came up with two steals and two interceptions against Emory & Henry.
"Nick had the goal of the tournament to solidify Friday's game, a screamer from 30 yards out."
In addition to finding the back of the net three times against Emory & Henry, Anderson's defense held the Wasps to zero shots on goal.
Thorpe recorded four shots on goal against Emory & Henry. After nearly scoring in the opening minute of the match, Thrope rebounded a shot from Daniel Collins (Jamestown, Ind./Western Boone) and finished the game-winning goal 19 minutes into the match.
During Saturday's 2-0 loss to Trine University (2-0), Thorpe led the Ravens with three interceptions. The senior from Cicero totaled three steals and three interceptions for the tournament.
Oliver compiled a 1.05 goals against average for the tournament. The sophomore from Marion saved five of the seven shots he faced for a .714 save percentage. During the 40th minute against Trine, Oliver shut down a penalty kick from Trine's Nooh Aljabaly.
"Derek and Caleb had strong weekends. I'm proud of their performances."
Trine's Beau Hill was named Defensive MVP as he served on a defensive line that recorded two shutouts during the tournament.
RAVEN/QUAKER CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Beau Hill – Trine (Defensive MVP)
Nick Martin (New Palestine, Ind./New Palestine) – Anderson (Offensive MVP)
Nooh Aljabaly – Trine
Brian Morris – Trine
Colin Nicoski – Trine
Caleb Oliver (Marion, Ind./Marion) – Anderson
Derek Thorpe (Cicero, Ind./Hamilton Heights) – Anderson
Jeffrey Douyere – Earlham
Drew Fitzgibbon – Earlham
Morgan Moser – Emory & Henry
C.J. Poulsen – Emory & Henry