Silvy and Moojen Named to All-Time All-GSC Men's Soccer Teams
July 12, 2010
HARROGATE, TN - Lincoln Memorial University men's soccer alumni Diogo Silvy and Frederico Moojen have been named to the All-Time Gulf South Conference Men's Soccer Team. The announcement came last week from the GSC's Assistant Sports Information Director Michael Banks.
Silvy, a four-year letter-winner with the Railsplitters, played for the Lincoln Memorial University men's soccer program from 2003-2006. During his career with LMU, Silvy accumulated 111 points to rank second all-time in the Railsplitter record book while placing fifth in points per game (1.54), sixth in career goals (38), fifth in goals per match (0.53), second in career game-winning-goals (12) and first in career assists (35). In 2005 he helped the Railsplitters capture the Gulf South Conference title in their final season with the league while also aiding the team with an Appalachian Region title in 2006, an Elite-8 title that same year and earn a trip to the2006 NCAA Division II Final Four.
Moojen earned All-American status at Lincoln Memorial University while only playing two season in 2004 and 2005. Moojen ranks just behind Silvy in career points in third place with 109 while ranking first in points per match (3.21) and tying for first in career goals with former LMU great John Payette who each have 48. Moojen tallied an impressive 1.41 goals per match (first) and13 games winning goals (first) before transferring to Clemson University for his senior season where he finished second on the team in goals that year. In 2005 he ranked nationally as one of the top goals scorers in NCAA Division II Men's Soccer.
Last year the 2009 Railsplitter men's soccer team finished the year with a 10-4-1 overall record while turning in a 6-1-1 South Atlantic Conference mark. The 2010 Railsplitters will begin preseason conditioning in early August for their scheduled season-opener that is set for September 5 at home against the University of Alabama-Huntsville.