WATERVILLE, Maine -- Colby College senior Brandon Fahlberg (Lowell, Mass.) won two team awards, including the program's most valuable player, at the men's soccer 2016 season awards dinner on Dec. 10.
Falhberg won The G.F. "Mike" Loebs Award for Most Valuable Player and was honored with Most Inspirational Player. He was a co-captain and led the team from his center midfield position.
For the second straight year, sophomore Jacob Tower (Bellevue, Wash.) was voted as the team's Most Improved Player. Tower had two goals, including the game-winning score against Thomas College.
Senior co-captain Jack McGeachie (North Reading, Mass) was given the Sam Koch Award for the "teammate who most displays spirit and dedication."
Andrew D'Anieri (Wellesley, Mass.) was awarded the Jamie Lue Memorial Football Trophy for displaying the qualities of "love of the game, team, and teammates." The award is given in memory for Jamie Lue '03, who died in 2005.
The Mules were 5-8-2, narrowly missing out on the NESCAC playoffs. They return a core group of rising seniors and juniors who will look to return the program back to prominence next year.