With his induction into the Shawnee State Athletics Hall of Fame, Gonzalo Perez-Beck became the second men's soccer athlete to have his name etched amongst the Bears' elite student-athletes.
In a four-year career that spanned from 2004 to 2007, Perez-Beck accumulated a total of 78 points on 30 goals and 18 assists in 72 career games with the Bears. During this time, the midfielder also attained four game-winning goals and put 105 of his 222 career shots on goal.
As a whole, Perez-Beck would obtain All-American Mideast Conference (AMC) honors in all four of his seasons with Shawnee State by earning AMC Honorable Mention honors in 2004, AMC Second-Team honors in 2005 and 2006, and AMC First-Team honors to cap off his career in 2007, with the latter award marking the first time in program history that a men's soccer player had garnered First-Team All Conference honors.
In addition to his honors in the AMC, Perez-Beck was also a scholar in the classroom, making the All-Academic Ohio First-Team in 2006 and 2007. Perez-Beck capped off his stellar career and 2007 campaign by being named an AMC as well as a NAIA Scholar-Athlete in his final season of play.
Perez-Beck also helped Shawnee State make significant gains on the field as a unit as the Bears improved from a 2-17 mark from the year before Perez-Beck's arrival to a 7-9-2 overall record during the Athens, Ohio product's senior season with Shawnee State, which proved to be the best season for the program in 15 years. Additionally, the Bears were able to obtain their first win in the AMC in six years with a 1-0 victory over Mount Vernon Nazarene in the 2007 campaign.
Overall, Perez-Beck sits third all-time in program history in goals, assists, and points and is fifth all-time in game-winning goals. He was inducted in the Class of 2015.