Mid-Pacific's Sullivan named Gatorade boys soccer Player of the Year
Mid-Pacific senior forward Cody Sullivan has been chosen Gatorade Hawai'i Boys Soccer Player of the Year, the company announced today.
Sullivan, The Honolulu Advertiser's state Player of the Year, led the Owls (12-3) to the Division II state championship this past season, recording 15 goals. Sullivan was the co-Offensive Most Valuable Player of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu, leading the Owls to their first-ever ILH regular-season title.
Sullivan, who is the first Mid-Pacific boys soccer player to receive the Gatorade honor, concluded his varsity career with 39 goals.
Sullivan has maintained a 3.19 GPA, and has volunteered as a youth soccer coach and as part of the Nature Club at Mid-Pacific.
Sullivan will attend the Air Force Academy this fall, where he will play soccer.
The Gatorade Company sponsors the award in collaboration with ESPN RISE.
He is finalist for the Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year award to be announced this month.