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Zealer, Spain, Barr and Matthews receive postseason honors
NEW CONCORD, OHIO, November 19, 2009 - The Ohio Athletic Conference has announced that Muskingum University junior forward Heath Zealer was named Second Team All-OAC and freshman midfielder
Nathaniel Spain was named All-OAC Honorable Mention. Furthermore, the OAC honored junior defender Ross Barr and junior midfielder Adrian Matthews with Academic All-OAC accolades.
Zealer, who played in all 19 games and started 10, scored five goals and tallied one assist. On the season, he recorded 32 shots and led the Muskies with three game-winning goals. Zealer has scored 12 goals and registered three assists throughout his Muskie career. He is a graduate of Teays Valley High School and is the son of Kit and Tracey Zealer.
Spain saw action in 16 contests and started 10. He notched 16 shots on the year and aided the Muskie offensive attack by controlling play in the midfield. He is a graduate of
Lexington Christian Academy and is the son of Norman and Judith Spain.
Barr, a psychology major, carries a 3.75 grade-point-average. He started 17 games for the Muskies and anchored the defense from the sweeper position. Barr is a graduate of Tri-Valley High School and is the son of Rick and Lynda Barr.
Matthews, a psychology and English major, carries a 3.89 grade-point-average. He saw action in 11 games and recorded one shot. Matthews is a graduate of Bluffton High School and is the son of Lawerence and Louis Matthews.
Muskingum is led by Head Coach Seamus Reilly, who made school history in 2008 when he led the Muskies to their first-ever OAC Tournament appearance.