Kiel's Kress Commits to Lakeland
March 5, 2003
Lakeland College Men's Soccer coach Marc Colwell announced that Kiel High School forward Scott Kress has committed to play for the Muskies in the upcoming 2003 soccer season.
Kress, an Honorable Mention All-State player, is the Kiel H.S. all time leading goal-scorer, registering 99 goals in his final two seasons. Kress also earned First Team All Conference honors as a junior and senior, as well as being named team Offensive MVP.
"Scott Kress epitomizes where we are trying to take our program. He is a high level player and a proven goal-scorer. His combination of speed and strength make him very difficult to defend. We expect Scott to make a big impact at Lakeland," said Colwell.
Kress was a member of the 2002 Kiel H.S. team that went 20-3-1 and lost 3-2 in OT of the regional semifinal. He was also a member of the Kiel squad that snapped Plymouth's 39 game Eastern Wisconsin Conference winning streak that lasted almost five years.
Kiel H.S coach John Adema also believes Kress will have a huge impact at Lakeland.
"Scott is a good kid, his personality is great and he is a team leader, said Adema. "He works hard in practice and I expect him to do very well."