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College: Seattle wins Men's NAIA Title
November 30th, 1997 12AM

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Nov. 29 in Birmingham Seattle 2 Rockhurst 1 (OT). Goals: Swanson (Klubberud) 6:48, Czarnowski (Anchela) 106:39; Olivas (Schoen) 30:16.

All-Tournament Team

Goalkeeper -- Jason Palmer (Seattle) Defenders -- Pablo Nassar (Life), Junior Noel (Seattle), Sep Wolf (Westmont). Midfielders -- Ben Hook (Westmont), Marco Mthemba (William Carey), Craig Scheer (Illinois-Springfield), Mark Tonner (Life). Forwards -- Thomas Andreason (Rockhurst), Ryan Austin (Life), Phillipe HInson (William Carey), Daniel Nischwitz (Birmingham-Southern). Offensive Player Award: Thomas Andreason (Rockhurst). Defensive Player Award: Tom Hardy (Seattle) MVP: Tom Hardy (Seattle).


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