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College: MenÆs Collegiate MVPs
January 12th, 2000 12AM

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Indiana showed its class by repeating as national champion, the first team to do so since Virginia won four in a row (1991-94). The Hoosiers, led by three Soccer America MVPs, beat out a field that included some rich talent.

G Adin Brown (William & Mary ò senior)
The best keeper in college soccer had 0.83 GAA

D Eric Denton (Santa Clara ò junior)
Flankman had eight assists for finalists

D Nick Garcia (Indiana ò junior)
Provided damage control for national champ

D Chris Gbandi (Connecticut ò sophomore)
Offensive forays gave Huskies another dimension

M Daniel Alvarez (Furman ò senior)
Paladin led Division I with 16 assists

M Yuri Lavrinenko (Indiana ò senior)
Had 12 assists and scored winner in final

M Sasha Victorine (UCLA ò senior)
Best player for talent-rich Bruins

F Peter Byaruhanga (UAB ò senior)
Scored a goal in record 14 straight games

F Ali Curtis (Duke ò junior)
Speedster top threat of 16-1-3 Blue Devils

F Aleksey Korol (Indiana ò senior)
His 20 goals included eight gamewinners

F Ricardo Villar (Penn State ò junior)
Brazilian had 35 points for quarterfinalists



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