The 2015 Men’s Division I Soccer season is over. The whirlwind of a season had a number of notable moments that could carry as lasting memories.
The blessing of the campaign came from some of the individual brilliance that graced college soccer this season. Stanford forward Jordan Morris led a prolific squad to the NCAA National Championship. Morris, the TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Year, headlines the postseason update to the TDS Top 100. Morris is one of seven Stanford players on the Top 100.
Trailing Morris is Creighton standout Fabian Herbers, who had one of the most impressive seasons in recent memory with 15 goals and 17 assists. Herbert helped Creighton keep it undefeated record for the majority of the season before suffering a few losses late in the campaign.
Georgetown junior Joshua Yaro takes up the No. 3 spot in the TDS Top 100 postseason update. Yaro led the Hoyas to the Big East Championship and the No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Akron standout Richie Laryea made the biggest jump in the top five. Laurie was No. 10 in the midseason update, but checks in at No. 4 for the postseason update. The attacking talent was a key piece for the Zips squad that advanced to the NCAA College Cup.
North Carolina center back Jonathan Campbell rounds out the top five. Campbell played 1823 minutes this season while leading the Tar Heels to seven shut outs.
Check out the full TopDrawerSoccer Postseason Top 100 Players.