Missouri State earns No. 1 seed for State Farm MVC Tournament
MSU Athletics Director's Honor Roll - Spring 2012
2013: Played in 16 of 18 matches for the Bears...Made 14 starts on the season...Honorable Mention All-MVC Selection...MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 4)...College Sports Madness First Team All-Conference selection...Led the team in goals (5), points (10), and game-winning goals (5)...Scored game-winning goals in the first two games of the season against Incarnate Word (Aug. 30) and Nebraska Omaha (Sept. 1), as well as against Belmont (Oct. 8), Central Arkansas (Oct. 23), and at Bradley (Nov. 2)...Second on the team with 29 shots attempted.
2012: Earned a medical hardship waiver after playing in three matches before suffering a season-ending injury...Was in the starting lineup for the Bears' wins against UMKC (Aug. 28) and Oral Roberts (Sept. 1)... Recorded three shots in Missouri State's season opener at home against Belmont (Aug. 24).
2011: Appeared in 17 matches during his debut season with the Bears...Cracked the starting lineup four times: at Memphis, vs. Columbia, at Cincinnati and at Northwestern... Logged a season-high in both minutes played (60) and shots (4) in his start against Cincinnati...Racked up three points in the Bears' 6-1 win over Oral Roberts (Sept. 27); Scored his first collegiate goal and assist on the same night...Collected two more assists throughout the season, including one in MSU's 2-1 victory over UCA and one at Drake to help the Bears clinch a share of the MVC regular-season title...Earned his first letter...Finished the season with 11 shots, three of which were on goal.
Background: Starred for head coach Chris McDaniel at Choctawhatchee (Fla.) High...Scored school-record 145 goals in his four seasons with the Indians...Led his team to a District 4-1A title as a senior captain...Named Northwest Florida All Sports Association Men's High School Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior...Also honored as the team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year during his sophomore and junior season...Set a school record with 50 goals scored during his sophomore campaign...Was named Offensive Player of the Year as a freshman.
Personal: Emmerich Brian Hoegg is the son of Emmerich Sr. and Julie Hoegg...Born on August 1, 1993, in Sierra Vista, Ariz...Majoring in criminology.