INDIANAPOLIS – The accolades continued for the Zionsville boys soccer team this weekend at the ISCA All-State banquet.
Senior Chris Freeman was named the state’s Player of the Year, and head coach Rob Jordan was named Coach of the Year at the annual ceremony.
Freeman was the first Zionsville player to be named Player of the Year since A.J. Corrado in 2009.
Freeman led the Eagles with 13 goals and 10 assists on the season.
He also came through with goals at key times, scoring game-tying goals against North Central in the sectional, Columbus East in the semi-state and Lake Central in the State Final, before the Eagles went on to win.
It was the second time Jordan has been named ISCA Coach of the Year, the first time coming in 1990 when he was at Pike.
He has amassed 445 wins in his coaching career, including 114 in his nine years at Zionsville.
This year the Eagles finished a perfect 21-0-0, becoming just the fourth team in state history to finish the season unbeaten and untied.
Joining Freeman on the the first-team all-state was senior Ben Weidner.
Weidner finished the season with 10 goals and eight assists, the second-straight season he finished with double-digit goals.
Senior Cam Greeson was honored with second-team all-state honors, anchoring a backline that allowed just 14 goals all season long. Greeson also finished with one goal and eight assists on the year.
Goalkeeper Gavin Raff earned third-team all-state honors for the Eagles.
He finished the year with 12 shutouts, and recorded 46 saves while allowing just 13 goals.
For the Zionsville girls team, sophomore Abbey Iler was honored with second-team all-state recognition.
Iler had eight goals and six assists for the team, while leading the Lady Eagles with 55 shots and 24 shots on goal.