Ben Ashwill, New Mexico (F)
Finished as the top scorer in the MPSF (12 goals) to lead the Lobos to a school-record 18 victories and second straight NCAA Tournament berth.
Mehdi Ballouchy, Creighton (M)
Moroccan by way of Henry Gunn High in Palo Alto, Calif., scored five goals and added four assists for the NCAA Division I semifinalists.
Jeff Curtin, Georgetown (D)
Was named Big East's top rookie five years after brother Jim, now with MLS's Chicago Fire, won the award at Villanova.
Leandro De Oliveira, Connecticut (M)
With three goals and seven assists, the Brazilian, who attended high School in Allen, Texas, was a key setup man for the Huskies.
Chad Marshall, Stanford (D)
Returned after missing two weeks with the U.S. U-20s to score back-to-back golden goals on headers against Furman and Creighton and lead the Cardinal to the NCAA Division I final.
Justin Moose, Wake Forest (F)
Tied for team lead with eight assists on the Deacons, No. 1 for much of the regular season. Also scored goals in his first two games.
Justin Moore, Clemson (D)
Brother of former MLS No. 1 draft pick Jason Moore played a key role on the backline for the Tigers, who reached the quarterfinals.
Darryl Roberts, Liberty (F)
Set Liberty single-season record with 17 goals and seven assists to lead all NCAA Division I freshman with 41 points in 21 games.
Alejandro Salazar, Portland (F)
Scored eight goals to become the third Pilot in the last four years to be named the WCC's top freshman, after Conor Casey and Nate Jaqua.
Ford Williams, North Carolina (G)
Finished with a 0.90 goals-against average and five shutouts. Had a record of 11-6-1 in 18 games for the Tar Heels.
Joe Zaher, Oregon State (M)
Zaher, who scored 10 goals to help the Beavers reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time, was killed in a car accident Dec. 1 in his native Las Vegas.