After a successful fall, the Bulldogs captured 3 Regional Championships, 1 Regional Runner-Up and an overall winning percentage of just under 70% across all five sports. The Bulldogs were rewarded heavily as the All-American teams where announced, five Bulldogs garnered All American honors for the 2019 fall season.
Juan David Herrera was awarded 2nd team honors after leading the men's soccer team to a Region 17 championship. Herrera's 25 goals ranked him third in the country and his 59 points were fourth. He is the fifth GMC Men's Soccer All-American in the last four years. Annah Norman earned Honorable Mention All-American Status for the Women's Soccer team. She was the Region 17 Player of the Year after leading the defense to an impressive 7 shutouts and a GAA of 1.32. Annah becomes the 3rd All-American for the GMC Women's Soccer team.
Three football players also earned All-American Honors. Torenio Davis Earned 1st Team honors, he led the Bulldogs in receiving yards, receiving TD's and yards per catch. His 22.4 yards per catch placed him at #4 in the country. Offensive lineman, Trevor Reid also earned 1st team Honors. His play helped the Bulldog offense achieve a top 10 national ranking in Scoring 414 pts and points per game 37.6. Yaya Diaby earned 1st team honors for his outstanding play. He was a key part of a defense that ranked #5 in the nation with a stingy 14.9 points allowed per game. Diaby led the team in tackles and tackles for a loss. This trio is the 7,8th and 9th football All-Americans in the last 5 years.
The Bulldogs rifle team is performing well this winter and preparing for a National Championship run, while the spring teams are getting underway. After making the Regional Championship game in 2019 Softball is hoping to take the next step and make a trip back to Utah. While men's golf is in a good position to defend their 2019 National Championship and the women's golf team will be beginning their second season are primed to take the next step. You can follow all Bulldogs Athletics at www.gmcbulldogs.com