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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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