SEARCY – Five members of Harding’s men’s soccer team received All-GAC / MIAA honors on Thursday night as the conference unveiled their playoff honors at a banquet ahead of the conference tournament.
Senior Defender Jack Sauvage won first-team honors. Second-team Harding players included the junior forward Camilo Porto, midfielder in second year Andres Castano, junior midfielder Stefano Silva, and senior goalkeeper Nick foederer.
Savage, a native of Carrollton, Texas, earned his third honor in the All-GAC / MIAA First Team. He was also on the squad in 2018 and spring 2021. Savage played 12 games in 2021 with 11 starts, helping the Bisons to three shutouts. He has played 48 games in his career with 47 starts, scoring seven goals and adding 10 assists.
Savage also received academic honors from all CoSIDA districts on Thursday. He graduated in accounting with a cumulative GPA of 3.48.
Porto, originally from Cartagena, Colombia, transferred to Harding from the University of Doane. He played 12 games with 10 starts and scored two goals.
Castano, from Payson, Utah, finished his second season at Harding, winning his first all-conference award. He has played 12 games with 11 starts and scored two goals with three assists, a high for the team.
Silva, a native of Vitoria, Brazil, a transfer from Williams Baptist University, ended his first season at Harding with two goals and one assist in 13 games with 12 starts.
Foederer, from Veldhoven, the Netherlands, came to Harding as a graduate transfer. He started 11 games in front of goals and recorded a 1.38 goals-against average and three shutouts.