BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana’s University men’s soccer’s Andrew Gutman was named the National Player of the Year by Top Drawer Soccer on Monday.
Gutman, along with teammates Trey Muse, Griffin Dorsey and Jack Maher, all earned All-America honors from Top Drawer Soccer as well. Gutman and Muse were named First-Team Best XI, while Dorsey was named Third-Team Best XI. Maher was named to the All-Freshman Best XI First Team.
The All-America honors for Gutman, Muse and Dorsey are the second for each this month. Gutman and Muse were named First-Team All-Americans by United Soccer Coaches, while Dorsey was named Second-Team All-America by United Soccer Coaches.
A unanimous selection as Big Ten Defender of the Year and First-Team All-Big Ten, Gutman also earned First-Team All-North Region accolades this season. A MAC Hermann Trophy finalist, Gutman led the Hoosiers with 11 goals on the season to go with nine assists.
Muse, a unanimous choice as Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year and First-Team All-Big Ten, ranked fourth in the nation with 12 solo shutouts this season. A MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist and First-Team All-North Region honoree, Muse ranked fifth in the NCAA in goals-against average at 0.541.
A First-Team All-Big Ten and All-North Region selection, Dorsey was a difference-maker for the Hoosiers in his sophomore season. Dorsey scored five goals to go with five assists this season for Indiana.
Maher was just one of three Hoosiers to start all 24 matches this season, helping IU post a NCAA-best 15 shutouts on the year and allow just 13 goals all season. For his efforts, Maher was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year and a member of the Big Ten All-Freshman Team.