Peter Johann was a fortress for the Rebs this season going 6-1 at home, with an overall record of 12-6-1 which was good enough for third place in the WAC. (We're still trying to decide how much credit to take for that home record) I'm sure they wanted to place higher but the WAC was a tougher conference this season; third is nothing to be ashamed of.
Individually, the team was led by Danny Musovski with not only 14 goals (second in the WAC) but also 5 assists (good for sixth in the WAC). After Danny there are seven players with three goals. amd Kevin Partida with four. The team as a whole also led the conference in assists, with 31. These guys were not afraid to spread the love while on offense. Defensively the boys were solid as well. GK Richard Garness had a save pct of .750, ranking fourth in the conference. Garness was also sixth in saves per game which shows the Rebs backline (which includes, among others Aaron Goo, Jason Khamvongsa and Bradley Kamdem) did well to prevent the keeper from being bombarded by shots.
So how does next year look for UNLV? Hard to say. By our count there are six seniors that won't be back next season, among them defensive rocks Aaron Goo and Jason Khamvongsa. Those guys will be hard to replace. However the majority of the offensive core looks to be remaining intact, which is good. Next August is a long ways out so we'll save the hardcore speculation till then.
What about us, the Mob Squad specifically you ask? (just pretend you asked) We think Soccer Year 2015 was a success. We've got a foundation of fantastic people with which to build upon and are excited about the things that we've heard may be going down in Las Vegas soccer-wise in the near future. It's an exciting time to be a soccer fan in the Valley; we want you all along for the ride. VEGAS!