Ryan Martin ’05 was an All-America selection in men’s soccer who also received NCAC Player of the Year honors. As a freshman, he contributed 3 goals and 5 assists for 11 points, and was named to the all-tournament team at the adidas® Invitational. Ohio Wesleyan went 19-6-1 overall, won the NCAC championship and the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the NCAA Division III semifinals. His sophomore season, he received the Dick Gauthier Award as the MVP of the Fred Myers Invitational. He ranked second in the NCAC in scoring with team bests of 11 goals, 12 assists, and 34 points. He was a first-team All-NCAC, All-Ohio, and all-region selection. Ohio Wesleyan was 17-4-1 overall, won the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the NCAA Division III tournament. As a junior, he was named to all-tournament teams at both the Fred Myers Invitational and the adidas® Invitational. He led the team with 6 assists (tied for third in NCAC) and ranked second on the team with 9 goals (tied for fourth in NCAC) and 24 points (fifth in NCAC). He repeated as a first-team All-NCAC, All-Ohio, and all-region selection. He opened his senior year by winning the Dick Gauthier Award as MVP of the Fred Myers Invitational for a second time, and was named to the all-tournament team at the adidas® Invitational. He shared the league lead with 9 assists, scored 7 goals to rank second on the team and tie for 10th in the NCAC, and his 23 points was second on the team and tied for fourth in the NCAC. He was a first-team All-NCAC pick and was named an NCAC Player of the Year as well as first-team All-Ohio, first-team all-region, and third-team All-America. Ohio Wesleyan went 20-1, won the NCAC championship with a 9-0 record, won the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the NCAA tournament. During his career, he scored 30 goals and had 32 assists for 92 points. Ohio Wesleyan was 72-13-4 (.831), including a 32-4 (.875) conference mark, with 3 conference championships, 3 NCAC tournament titles, and 3 NCAA appearances.