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4. AWARDS: NCAA Division I Men's Conferences
November 20th, 2006 11:54PM

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  • All-Conference Teams

  • ACC. Offensive Player of the Year: Charlie Davies (Boston College). Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Seitz (Maryland). Freshman of the Year: Jeremy Hall (Maryland). Coach of the Year: Jay Vidovich (Wake Forest).

    AMERICA EAST. Striker of the Year: Chris Banks (New Hampshire). Midfielder of the Year: Michael Palacio (Stony Brook). Defender of the Year: Zach Kirby (Boston University). Goalkeeper of the Year: Brian Levey (New Hampshire). Rookie of the Year: Chris Banks (New Hampshire). Coaching Staff of the Year: New Hampshire (Coach Rob Thompson).

    ATLANTIC SOCCER. Player of the Year: Tyler Hemming (Hartwick). Rookie of the Year: Joel Senior (Howard). Coach of the Year:  Bob Montgomery (Adelphi).

    ATLANTIC SUN. Player of the Year: Tommy Krizanovic (Jacksonville). Defensive Player of the Year: Jay Ayres (Belmont). Freshman of the Year: Boris Gatzky (Gardner-Webb). Coach of the Year: Tony Setzer (Gardner-Webb).

    ATLANTIC 10. Offensive Player of the Year: Jeffrey Gonsalves (Rhode Island). Defensive Player of the Year: Eric Sciocchetti (Richmond). Rookie of the Year: Rob Viviano (Saint Louis). Coach of the Year: Dan Donigan (Saint Louis).

    BIG EAST. Offensive Player of the Year: Joseph Lapira (Notre Dame). Defensive Player of the Year: Julius James (Connecticut). Midfielder of the Year: Greg Dalby (Notre Dame). Goalkeeper of the Year: Nick Noble (West Virginia). Rookie of the Year: Toni Stahl (Connecticut). Coaching Staff of the Year: Marlon LeBlanc, West Virginia).

    BIG SOUTH. Player of the Year: Saidi Isaac (Winthrop). Freshman of the Year: Stephen Nsereko (Winthrop). Coach of the Year: Rich Posipanko (Winthrop).

    BIG TEN. Player of the Year: Josh Tudela (Indiana). Coach of the Year: Michael Freitag (Indiana). Freshman of the Year: Darren Yeagle (Indiana).

    BIG WEST. Offensive Player Of The Year: Brad Evans (UC Irvine). Co-Goalkeeper Of The Year: Kyle Reynish (UC Santa Barbara), Kenny Schoeni (UC Irvine). Midfielder Of The Year: Matt Murphy (UC Irvine). Freshmen Of The Year: Michael Farfan (Cal State Fullerton). Defensive Player Of The Year: Andy Iro (UC Santa Barbara). Big West Coach Of The Year: George Kuntz, UC Irvine.

    CAA. Player of the Year: Michael Todd (Hofstra). Defensive Player of the Year: David Horst (Old Dominion). Rookie of the Year: Sean Kelley (George Mason). Coach of the Year: Frank Olszewski (Towson).

    CONFERENCE USA. Player of the Year: Bruno Guarda (SMU). Defensive Player of the Year: Jay Needham (SMU). Freshman of the Year: Jeff Scannella (South Carolina). Newcomer of the Year: Kevin Walsh (Memphis). Coach of the Year: Schellas Hyndman (SMU).

    HORIZON. Player of the Year: Tonci Skroce (UIC). Offensive Player of the Year: Joshua Okoampa (UW-Green Bay). Defensive Player of the Year: Billy Meier (UW-Milwaukee). Goalkeeper of the Year: Jovan Bubonja (UIC). Newcomer of the Year: Braden Fleak (Wright State). Coach of the Year: John Trask (UIC).

    IVY. Player of the Year: Charles Altchek (Harvard). Rookie of the Year: Andre Akpan (Harvard).

    MAAC. Offensive Player of the Year: Juan Gaviria (Saint Peter's). Defensive Player of the Year: Tom Skara (Fairfield). Rookie of the Year: Alan McGreal (Canisius). Coach of the Year: Dermot McGrane (Niagara).

    MID-AMERICAN. Player of the Year: Sinisa Ubiparipovic Akron). Newcomer of the Year: Marcus McCarty (Northern Illinois). Coach of the Year: Steve Simmons (Northern Illinois).

    MID-CONTINENT. Offensive Player of the Year: Matt Wieclaw (Western Illinois). Defensive Player of the Year:Stephen Paterson (Western Illinois). Newcomer of the Year: Martin Browne (Western Illinois). Coach of the Year: Eric Johnson (Western Illinois).

    MISSOURI VALLEY. Player of the Year: Mike Kraus (Creighton). Defensive Player of the Year: Matt Allen (Creighton). Freshman of the Year: Chris Cutshaw (Bradley). Coaching Staff of the Year: Bradley.

    MPSF. Player of the Year: Andrew Boyens (New Mexico). Newcomer of the Year: Kellan Christensen (Denver).

    NORTHEAST. Player of the Year: Steven Holloway (Monmouth). Defensive Player of the Year: Hugh MacDonald (Monmouth). Rookie of the Year: Samson Malijani (Fairleigh Dickinson). Coach of the Year: Rob McCourt (Monmouth).

    PAC-10. Player of the Year: Kevin Forrest (Washington). Freshman of the Year: Nick Cardenas (San Diego State). Coach of the Year: Kevin Grimes (California).

    PATRIOT. Player of the Year: Josh Trott (Holy Cross). Defensive Player of the Year: John O'Reilly (Lehigh). Goalkeeper of the Year: David Cappuccio (Colgate). Rookie of the Year: Nathan LaGrave (Bucknell). Coach of the Year: Dean Koski (Lehigh).

    SOUTHERN. Player of the Year: Jon Leathers (Furman). Freshman of the Year: Jon Cox (Georgia Southern). Coach of the Year: Kevin Kennedy (Georgia Southern).

    WCC. Player of the Year: Rob Valentino (San Francisco). Co-Freshmen of the Year: Stephen McCarthy (Santa Clara), Ciaran O'Brien (San Diego). Defensive Player of the Year: Luis Robles (Portland). Coach of the Year: Cameron Rast (Santa Clara).


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