Penn State Leads 2022 Large Ten Males’s Soccer Preseason Ballot

August 22, 2022

ROSEMONT, Ailing. – Penn State has been chosen to win the 2022 Large Ten Convention males’s soccer championship, in response to a ballot of the Large Ten coaches launched Monday.
The defending Large Ten common season and event champion Nittany Lions, have been picked first within the 2022 Large Ten preseason ballot by the convention’s 9 head coaches. Indiana completed second on this 12 months’s preseason ballot whereas Maryland was chosen third. Rounding out the highest 5 within the staff balloting have been Michigan and Rutgers.
The convention additionally unveiled the 2022 Large Ten Gamers to Watch Checklist on Monday, as chosen by the convention coaches. Highlighting the record are 11 people who earned convention recognition in 2021-22, together with six first-team All-Large Ten choices in Indiana’s Daniel Munie, Maryland’s Josh Bolma, Michigan State’s Jack Beck, Northwestern’s Justin Weiss, Ohio State’s Laurence Wootton and Penn State’s Peter Mangione.
Mangione was named the Large Ten Offensive Participant of the Yr in 2021-22, whereas Munie was the Defensive Participant of the Yr and Bolma was tabbed the Freshman of the Yr.
The 2022 Large Ten males’s soccer season kicks off this weekend, with seven groups opening play on Thursday and the remaining two making their 2022 debut on Friday.

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The entire 2022 Large Ten Males’s Soccer Preseason Ballot and Gamers to Watch Checklist may be discovered beneath:



1. Penn State

2. Indiana

3. Maryland

4. Michigan

5. Rutgers

6. Michigan State

7. Northwestern

8. Wisconsin

9. Ohio State



Herbert Endeley, Sr., M, Indiana

Daniel Munie, RS-Sr., D, Indiana

Ryan Wittenbrink, RS-Sr., M, Indiana

Josh Bolma, RS-So., F, Maryland

Malcolm Johnston, Sr., M, Maryland

Niklas Neumann, Sr., GK, Maryland

Bryce Blevins, Jr., M, Michigan

Kevin Buca, Grad., M, Michigan

Iñaki Rodriguez, Sr., M, Michigan

Jack Beck, Grad., M, Michigan State

Greyson Mercer, Jr., F, Michigan State

Will Perkins, RS-Sr., D, Michigan State

Vicente Castro, Sr., M, Northwestern

Ethan Dudley, Grad., D, Northwestern

Justin Weiss, Jr., F, Northwestern

Xavier Inexperienced, Sr., M, Ohio State

Laurence Wootton, Jr., M, Ohio State

Deylen Vellios, Jr., D, Ohio State

Obafemi Awodesu, Jr., D, Penn State

Seth Kuhn, Grad., M, Penn State

Peter Mangione, Jr., F, Penn State

Matt Acosta, So., M, Rutgers

MD Myers, Sr., F, Rutgers

Jackson Temple, Sr., F, Rutgers

Tim Bielic, Jr., M, Wisconsin

Inaki Iribarren, Sr., M, Wisconsin

Ignasi Marques, Sr., M, Wisconsin

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