Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The College of Mount St. Joseph officially announces that following high school seniors will attend the College and play soccer in the fall: Kyle Damen (Georgetown High School), Sean Fisher (Ross High School), Joseph Glisson (Anderson High School), Kyle Lachenman (East Central High School), Randy Stone (Oak Hills High School), and Corey Wigal (Ross High School).
Damen played center midfield in high school for Head Coach Neil Malone. He won numerous awards on both the field and in the classroom; such as SBAAC National Division All-Star, All-City Honorable Mention, and was a three-time team captain. Damen also was an All-Star and Regional Qualifier in both track & field and cross country. His 3.959 GPA ranked him fourth in his class; he was on the straight “A” Honor Roll from ninth grade through 12th grade, and was in the FFA and on Homecoming Court. In addition, Damen has done various volunteer work both in and out of school. Kyle, the son of Karen and Dick Colwell, plans to major in Business Administration.
Glisson played striker and right back in high school for Head Coach Andrew Deimling. He was a team captain in 2012 and was a two-time Honor Roll member. Joseph, the son of Jeannette and Michael Glisson, plans to major in Forensics.
Lachenman played defense in high school for Head Coach B.J. Black. Following his junior season he was named All-Conference and his team’s Most Improved; while after senior season he was selected EIAC Defensive Player of the Year, All-Conference, and senior Defensive Player of the Year. He was also on the FFA Forestry Team during his freshman year. Kyle, the son of Coleen and Darin Lachenman, plans to major in Biology.
Stone played midfield for high school Head Coach John Mirizzi. He won his team’s varsity soccer Highlander award. Randy, the son of Mary and Earl Stone, plans to major in Biology.
Wigal played forward and defense for high school Head Coach Bill Buelsing. He was a team MVP, an All-City selection and a two-time team Best Defensive Player. Wigal had 10 goals and three assists his senior season, and in addition, was two-time All-Conference honoree. He also played varsity football and baseball, played basketball, and was active in other school groups. Corey, the son of Shari and Glenn Guenther, plans to major in Nursing.
Fisher played outside back/outside midfielder for high school Head Coach Bill Buelsing. He helped his team to 19 shutouts in three seasons of play, and added one goal and five assists over that period. Fisher was a Second Team All-Conference selection, and was named to the FAVC All-Academic team (2009-2011). In addition, Fisher was an Academic All-Southwest honoree in 2010 and 2011. Sean, the son of Amy and Rich Fisher, plans to major in Nursing.