February 7, 2015

Luke Ramey and Noah
Larson both signed today with MOUNT
.  Luke and
Noah are part of a 7 man signing class that consists of some of the most
recognized players in the area.  They
join the Cougars who went 10-6-3 and finished 3rd in the NAIA
Division I Crossroad Conference last year. 
They also join fellow DC graduates Brent Schilling ’12 and Joshua Alexander
’13 on the current Cougars squad.  With
these two signings Luke and Noah become the 10th and 11th
players from Dayton Christian to continue their soccer careers at MVNU.


MVNU Head Coach
Belleman said at the signing Noah Larson is a big,
fast target player who has the ability to finish along with having a real
upbeat personality.   Luke
, is a pacey left back who can get up and down the field with ease,
sees the game well, and is stronger than his frame would suggest. 

Luke who played with the Columbus Crew and Ohio Galaxies and
Noah with Ohio Galaxies in club both had outstanding senior years.  Luke and Noah were both Captains for the 2014
DC squad who won the Metro Buckeye Conference and were District Finalists.  Luke was a backbone for the squad.  His abilities allowed him to play in numerous
positions on the field which gave the team great flexibility and the ability to
take advantage of matchups. 
Noah was our scoring threat.  He
led the team in scoring
and finished numerous game with winning goals for
the squad. Noah was also #3 for shots on goal and assists for the 2014
Warriors.   Luke was recognized as All Conference and All
District in the 2014 campaign.  Luke also
left his mark on the DC record books achieving the #3 spot for single season
crosses and #5 All time for crosses, many of these were turned into goals. Noah
was awarded with All Conference, All District and All State honors for his
results his senior year.

“Luke is the epitome of a leader, his sacrificial
willingness to put the team above himself is a quality that is rare and
contributed to our success in 2014, he set a legacy that will be
remembered.”  Coach Holliday says.   Coach Alexander says “Noah continued the
long and outstanding tradition of the Warrior forwards, his ability to be a
constant threat to score not just won games, but his efforts rose the level of
play for the entire team.”

Even though their time here has come to a close
they will always be part of the Warrior brotherhood.  We wish them all the best in the continuation
of their career and we know that God has great things planned for their future.