Cornell's Slogic Named to MAC Hermann Watch List
Courtesy of Cornell Athletic Communications
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Cornell senior and men's soccer
captain Patrick Slogic has been named to the MAC
Hermann Watch List for the second consecutive season. The list was
released via NSCAATV.com Aug. 20.
The MAC Hermann Trophy is the highest individual honor in college soccer and is awarded annually by the Missouri Athletic Club (MAC). The intitial list is narrowed down to 15 by NSCAA Division I members in November, and from that pool three finalists are selected. The winner will receive the award at the Missouri Athletic Club's banquet in January.
Slogic was integral to the Big Red's success in 2012; starting all 17 games and anchoring the Ivy League Champion defense. The two-time First Team All-Ivy League honoree tallied two goals during the 2012 campaign, both game-winning headers for the Big Red. The first of his two scores came in Cornell's 4-0 Sept. 9 win over the University at Buffalo; the other in a 3-1 road win over Ivy League foe Harvard in early October.
For Slogic's only assist in 2012 he headed the ball back into the box to set up Conor Goepel's equalizing tally in a 2-1 come-from-behind win against Wofford. He has five goals and four assists for 14 total points through his three year tenure with Cornell.
In addition to being recognized by the Ivy League, Slogic was also honored by the NSCAA, earning First Team All-Northeast Region and Second Team All-East Scholar nods in 2012. Slogic was also named First Team All-Northeast Region as a sophomore, and was the only Ivy League player to receive first team honors following the 2011 season.