23 players were honored, with 13 on the Crossroads League First Team and 10 on the Crossroads League Second Team. The first and second teams are selected by the coaches within the league.
TU wrapped up Crossroads League play with a record of 4-5, including three wins in its final four league matches to secure the eighth-seed in the Crossroads League tournament. The Trojans ended their season in the Crossroads League Tournament Quarterfinals at top-seeded Bethel in penalty kicks.
Nisbet was selected to the second team for his role on the Trojan defense this season. The junior started in all 17 games he played, netting three goals. The postseason honor is the first of Nisbet's career.
Hardy was also selected to the second team. The West Chicago, Illinois-native was a consistent presence in the Trojan midfield, starting in all 19 games this season. Hardy scored two goals and notched one assist to earn his first-career postseason honor.
Iglesias was the third Trojan selected to the second team after producing the second-most points in the Crossroads League this season (22). The junior racked up nine goals and four assists to lead TU offensively, resulting in the first postseason honor of Iglesias's career.
Saliba was the fourth Trojan selected to the second team. The Taylor midfielder notched seven goals and three assists, finishing ninth in the Crossroads League with 17 points. Saliba recorded 10 of his 17 points in the final two games of the regular season, with two goals and one assist in each contest. The postseason honor is the first of Saliba's career.
For a complete list of the men's soccer 2016 All-Crossroads league honorees and individual award-winners, visit the Crossroads League site listed at the link provided above.