“Our first MVP has made us a better team since he started playing as a freshman, quickly ascending to become the best left back in the league. During the rest of his tenure, in a more forward role, he created more goal scoring opportunities than any other player in recent memory. He does everything well, and he does it so smoothly and so gracefully that it looks effortless. He is confident without being arrogant, with a love for the game that is without peer. He is one of the pillars that has led to our success over these past four years. His ability and imagination transform thought into deed, resulting in spectacular moments and phenomenal goals. At the crossroads, where the road between failure and success is a mere nuance, he has been our guide to the latter. As voted by his teammates, it is my privilege to recognize Henry McElhaney as our most valuable player.
“Our second MVP has also been at the core of our success since his freshman year. He plays with moxie, demanding the best of himself and his teammates. He plays each match with boundless energy and seems to thrive in the most heated moments of a match. Each time he dons the St. Mark’s jersey, he leaves it all on the field, never giving anything less than his best. CARPE DIEM. He plays without fear and competes relentlessly. He is the player you love to have as a teammate and hate to face as an opponent. As voted by his teammates, it is my privilege to recognize Eric Yoo as our most valuable player.”
–Coach Cory Martin