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Four seniors to play their last game for BYU Men's Soccer

Tonight four seniors on the BYU roster will play for the last time at South Field, leaving their mark at BYU.

Garret Gee is one of four seniors that will be honored today.
Garret Gee is one of four seniors that will be honored today.
Kevin Kennedy

Tonight the BYU Cougars men's soccer team will face off against Real Monarchs SLC in the final game of the season. Not only will the Cougars be seeing their fans for the last time in 2015, but they will be saying goodbye to some key players as they suit up for their final game in a Cougar uniform.

Approximately 20 minutes before game-time the Cougars will celebrate the time that these players spent with the team. Although they all many not be names familiar to the Cougar faithful, these players left their mark on the program and gave something back to their teammates. As you watch the festivities tonight, starting at about 7:10, let them know how much you appreciated their contributions this year and throughout their careers. Don't miss the ceremony or the game as VTF will have the live stream on our website.

Good luck to goalkeeper Jake Peterson, defender Ariel Chavez, forward Garrett Gee, and forward Jace Green as they move on to face the next chapter of their lives. BYU fans from around the world will be cheering for you in all your future endeavors.

Jake Peterson (GK) - Played in two games and recorded 180 minutes of playing time in 2015. During his time in the box he faced 13 shot attempts while allowing six goals and recording seven saves.

Ariel Chavez (M) - Played in six games while recording 230 minutes. Ariel also earned one point as he was credited with an assist on goal.

Garrett Gee (F) - Played in 12 games while recording 550 minutes. Garrett earned five points on the year as he was credited with one assist and two goals on 13 shots.

Jace Green (M) - Played in 12 games while recording 838 minutes. Jace led the team in points as he earned nine after being credited with one assist and four goals on 18 shots.