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7. SMALL COLLEGES: NSCAA/adidas All-America Teams
December 20th, 2006 2:50AM
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NCAA Division II Men
Ft. Lewis star John Cunliffe picked up his third All-America award. Cunliffe was one of four Englishmen to earn first-team honors along with defender Leon Jackson (Lynn), midfielder Thomas Beattie (Limestone) and forward Nick Cooke (Lander). Six other Englishmen earned second- or third-team honors.

NCAA Division II Women
Kylee Hanavan of champion Metro State and Nebraska-Omaha's Elizabeth McGill won All-America honors for the third time.

NCAA Division III Men
Messiah junior Kai Kasiguran made it three straight years of All-America honors to go along with three national championships.

NCAA Division III Women
Oneonta State junior Mary Velan, a third-team pick, earned honors for the third time. First-team selections Ashley Van Vechten (Rochester), Kelly Donnelly (Virginia Wesleyan) and Laura Koontz (Wheaton, Ill.) were among six players to earn their second citation.

NAIA Men
Burkinabe forward Dominique Nayaga (Southern Nazarene) received All-America honors for the third time. Players from 15 countries were chosen.

NAIA Women
Champion Lindsey Wilson had six players earn All-America honors: seniors Rowena Alsena and Hishamar Falconer and freshmen Yolanda Hamilton, Omolyn Davis, Kristine PedersenandLisbeth Skjodt. Falconer, Hamilton and Davis all started for Jamaica at the Gold Cup.


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