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Amateur notes: UW-Green Bay's Ihn makes PDL Team of the Week

05/27/2016, 3:30pm CDT
Kyle Ihn

UW-Green Bay goalkeeper Kyle Ihn (Kettle Moraine) was named to the Premier Development League Team of the Week after helping Kokomo Mantis FC shut out the St. Louis Lions 2-0 in its inaugural match last Friday in Indiana.

Ihn, who started 17 of the Phoenix's 18 games in 2015 and posted five shutouts, stopped both shots he faced for the clean sheet for Mantis FC.

"This was great on an individual level, but also from the team standpoint," Ihn said in a news release. "I honestly didn't have to do too much, as my defense was very strong in front of me. This clean sheet is for all of us."

Kokomo midfielder and captain Bryan Ciesiulka (Marquette), who played with USL club Saint Louis FC last season, had an assist in the victory. Mantis FC is owned by Milwaukee Wave owner Mike Zimmerman's MKE Sports & Entertainment group, and Marquette men's assistant coach Marcelo Santos is the team's head coach.

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