Lourdes Boys Soccer: Ring of Honor

Wednesday, April 22
2015 Ring of Honor Class

Ben Garry ('95-'96) - Ben played two years as a part of our club team, and unfortunately graduated before we could be a full varsity sport. He lead the state in scoring his senior year, and is arguably the best player that has ever put on a Lourdes uniform. After high school, Ben went on to play four years at the University of Pittsburgh. During his career at Pittsburgh where he was a four year starter, he scored 18 goals, and had 12 assists. He was named the team MVP in 1999 and 2000 and was a captain for three seasons. After college, Ben went on to play for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds from 2001 to 2002, and is the only player in Lourdes History to play professional soccer.

Chris Glinski ('97-'01) - Chris was a five year starter, and was a starter on both the 1998 and 1999 state championship teams. During his time at Lourdes he was a two time all-state player, all-state honorable mention, and two time all-conference. Chris also is the only player in Lourdes history to be named Mr. Soccer, and the only player ever to be named to an All-American team. He finished his career 9th all-time in points with 30 goals and 39 assists. After high school he went on to play at the University of Michigan where he started for four years and was twice named to the All-Big Ten Academic team. He finished his career at Michigan playing in 59 games, scoring 6 goals, and notching 4 assists.

Bayode Adafin ('03-'06) - Even with missing most of his junior season to injury, Bayo still finished 2nd all-time in goals and points at Lourdes. He scored 77 goals over his four years, with 13 assists, and 110 total points. He also holds the school record for goals in a season with 34. He was the runner-up for Mr. Soccer his senior season, and also earned all-state honors, all-state honorable mention, was a two time all-conference player, and was also named to the all-state tournament team twice. After his allustrious career at Lourdes, he went on to play at Columbia University in New York. At Columbia he was named to the 2nd team all-Ivy league once, and also was named Honorable mention once. More notabley he was also a two team member of the all-Ivy league Academic team. His final stats at Columbia were 61 games played, 17 goals, and 5 assits.

Tyler Kodet ('00-'04) - Tyler has gone down as the top scoring player in Lourdes history. He scored 89 goals, had 37 assists, for a total of 126 points during his time at Lourdes. He is a five year letter winner and four year starter, holding the school record for most goals in a career, most points in a career, and most points in a season. He was a two time all-state player, three time all-conference, and was named to an all-state tournament team. He played his college soccer in Collegeville for St. John’s and also had great success there. He was a first team All-MIAC player in 2005 and 2006. He scored 22 goals, adding 13 assists 68 games played for the Johnnies.

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