Men's Soccer

Three Raiders Named All-Ohio
Release: Monday 12/20/2016 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations

The Ohio Soccer Coaches Association released its 2016 All-Ohio Teams as senior forward Peguy Ngatcha was named to the First Team while senior defender Jake Stovall and senior forward Eric Lynch were each chosen to the Second Team.

Ngatcha (Manchester, NH/Kimball Union Academy) was the Horizon League Player of Year as well as the league's Offensive Player of the Year.  He tied for the league lead with 10 goals and was second with 24 points.  The Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week on October 10, he scored two goals in wins over Cincinnati, UIC and Northern Kentucky, with his other four goals coming against Portland, Duquesne, Oakland and Detroit Mercy.  He also had four assists on the year versus Portland, North Carolina State, Cleveland State and Valparaiso.

Lynch (Bellbrook, OH/Bellbrook) was second on the team with six goals, six assists and 18 points.  Like Ngatcha, Lynch was a First Team All-League honoree as he was fourth in the league in assists and points and tied for fifth in goals.  Lynch scored game-winning goals against Duquesne, Eastern Illinois, Detroit Mercy and Valparaiso and also had goals versus UIC and North Carolina State.  He also had two assists at Portland and one against Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Oakland and Valparaiso.

Lynch finished his Raider career second on the all-time assist list with 30, was fourth in matches played with 81 and was 10th in points with 72 (21 goals, 30 assists).

Stovall (Centerville, OH/Centerville), a First Team All-Horizon League honoree, was an important part of the Wright State defense this season that allowed just 20 goals overall for a 0.96 goals against average.  The defense was even more impressive in league play, giving up only two goals for a 0.21 goals against average.  Named the Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week on October 10, Stovall also chipped in three assists offensively, two coming against UIC and one versus Cleveland State.

Wright State (11-6-3) won its first-ever Horizon League regular-season title in 2016 and advanced to the championship match of the league tournament for the third consecutive season.

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