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College men’s soccer: Saints’ Pryde, Friday recognized by MIAC

Pryde earns all-conference honors for third straight time.

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St. Scholastica junior defender Ken Pryde was named to the MIAC all-conference men’s soccer team, announced Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021.

St. Scholastica junior defender Ken Pryde was named to the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-conference men’s soccer team, announced Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021.

Pryde, a junior from Fareham, England, was the only CSS player to appear in all 18 games and led the Saints in minutes played, logging all but 14 minutes this fall. This is his third-straight all-conference nod after earning First Team all-Upper Midwest Athletic Conference his first two seasons.

In addition, Nolan Friday, a senior midfielder from Duluth, earned honorable mention honors after leading the Saints with six goals and 13 points this season.

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