Marx, Redmond Earn Spots On All-Wisconsin Team

Paul Marx led a defense that allowed 1.01 goals per game
Paul Marx led a defense that allowed 1.01 goals per game

Defender Paul Marx (Sr. • New Berlin) and midfielder Ryan Redmond (Jr. • Lake Elmo, Minn.) were voted to the 2012 All-State Team by the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association.

Marx was one of 14 men chosen for the first team, while Redmond gathered second-team honors.

Starting 16 matches this year, Marx totaled one assist. He was an important part of a UW-Oshkosh defense that allowed 18 goals while shutting out nine opponents. Marx totaled two goals and three assists during his 47-match career.

Redmond also started 16 contests. He scored one goal and assisted on another. Redmond's 52-game career includes five goals and four assists.

UW-Oshkosh also had midfielder Hans Becker (So. • Madison) and forward Ryan Hanna (Jr. • Verona) receive honorable mention on the team.

UW-Platteville owned both the Player of the Year (Brandon Chmiel) and Coach of the Year (Enzo Fuschino). Jordan Werner (Milwaukee School of Engineering) received Offensive Player of the Year and Mark Gore (Carroll) attained Defensive Player of the Year.

The Titans compiled a 9-5-3 record for their 28th straight winning season. UW-Oshkosh finished fourth in the WIAC with a 2-2 record.