Butler Sports Spotlight
Nov. 11, 2002
*The Butler women's soccer team made a clean sweep of the top post-season awards presented by the Horizon League. Senior Amy Morrison was named league Player of the Year, freshman Kate Lord was selected Newcomer of the Year, and head coach Woody Sherwood was picked Coach of the Year by a vote of league coaches. Morrison was named first team all-league for a third consecutive year and was joined on the all-conference first team by Lord and junior Annie Doerr. Senior Hadiatu Dumbuya and freshman Meredith Buemi earned second team all-league recognition. Lord and Buemi further earned a spot on the league All-Newcomer Team.
*Seniors Nick Pantazi and Michael Mariscalco were named first team on the Horizon League Men's Soccer All-League Team for the second straight year. Senior Paul Vogel and junior Grant Barrie earned second team recognition, while freshmen Scott Olsen and John Mariscalco were named to the All-Newcomer Team.
*Sophomore Justin Campbell broke a pair of Butler football single season records in the Bulldogs' final game at Quincy. Campbell, who leads the Pioneer Football League in kickoff returns, finished the 2002 campaign with 38 kick returns for 985 yards. The previous Butler season record for kick returns was 33 by Lou Andreadis in 1995, while Ryan Zimpleman set the previous season mark for kickoff return yards with 972 in 1998.
*Senior Dale Jennings scored a pair of touchdowns at Quincy to boost his 2002 season total for TDs to 20. His 120 points are the third-highest single season scoring total in Butler football history.
*Seniors Kristen Drogell and Amy Morrison were selected to the 2002 Verizon Academic All-District V Women's Soccer Team. District V covers Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Wisconsin, plus the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario. The two Butler players will join nine other all-district team members on the national ballot for Academic All-America recognition.