March 22, 2004
USI men’s soccer announces fifth signee
The University of Southern Indiana men’s soccer team announced the signing of 6’0” forward Evan Stoll (Washington, Indiana) to a national letter of intent. Stoll is the fifth player to sign with Head Coach Dan Hogan’s Screaming Eagles during the off-season.
Stoll, a senior at Washington High School, was a two-time All-Big 8 Conference performer and a member of three conference and sectional championship teams as well as two regional championship squads.
An honorable mention All-State selection as a senior in 2003, Stoll started and played in 22 games, recording 21 goals and 18 assists.
His efforts helped WHS to a 19-3-1 record in 2003, a state ranking of fourth, and to the IHSAA semifinals.
As a junior in 2002, Stoll scored 15 goals while dishing out nine assists to help WHS to a 20-2 record and a number one ranking.
During Stoll’s four years at WHS, the Hatchets were 75-12-2. He finished fifth in school history with 49 career goals and 38 career assists. He also finished fourth with 136 total points in his four-year career at WHS.
His 13 game-winning assists are a WHS record, while his 13 game-winning goals rank third in school history.
Stoll also scored 37 goals and recorded 12 assists for the SWISA Fire club team in 2003. He was invited to play soccer with the Down Under Sports Tours in Australia for the summer of 2003 and to play in the Tourney Sport USA Hawaii Classic in July of 2003.
A High School Honors and Honor Roll student as well as a member of Who’s Who Among American High School Students and the National Honor Society, Stoll was an Academic All-Conference selection in 2003.
“Evan will add size and strength to our attack,” Hogan said. “He has the ability to hold off defenders when scoring goals or combining with other players. We are excited to have him as a member of our team.”
Stoll joins forward Andrew Bass (St. Peters, Missouri), forward/midfielders Jacy Brimm (Evansville, Indiana) and Corey Hendon (Madisonville, Kentucky), and midfielder Quintin Myers (Washington, Indiana) in signing with the Eagles.
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