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College: Men's Rosters for Umbro Select College All-Star Classic
January 29th, 1999 12AM



The fourth annual Umbro Select College All-Star Classic will take place Feb. 5-6 at Lockhart Stadium in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., as 96 of the nation's top seniors join 33 all-stars from the USL. Two games will be played each night, with the women competing on Feb.. 5 and the men on Feb. 6. Here are the rosters for the men's games on Feb. 6:

Division I Men vs. Division II, III & NAIA Men (To be played Feb. 6 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., kickoff at 6:00 p.m., ET.) DIVISION I MEN Goalkeepers -- Scott Vallow (Bowling Green), Jim Welch (Marquette). Defenders -- Jeremy Aldrich (Butler), Randy Merkel (Maryland), Bobby Meyer (Dartmouth), Leighton O'Brien (San Diego). Midfielders -- Jeff Bilyk (Clemson), Paul Broome (SMU), Kevin Knight (James Madison), Jeff Knittel (Syracuse), Tom Poltl (UCLA), Scott Thelen (George Mason). Forwards -- Michael Apple (Akron), Andrew Mittendorf (Lehigh), Bobby Rhine (Connecticut), Duke Shamo (St. Francis, N.Y.). Coach: Tom Fitzgeraldn (Columbus Crew, MLS). DIVISION II, III & NAIA MEN Goalkeepers -- Billy Gatti (So. Connecticut), Greg Sutton (St. Lawrence). Defenders -- Gilbert Jean-Baptiste (So. Connecticut), Matt Miller (Mobile), Mats Nyqvist (New Hampshire Coll.), Tony Pyle (Seattle). Midfielders -- Chris Doran (Lewis), Milton Griffiths (William Carey), Mike Hayes (Rowan), Jason Herrera (Illinois-Springfield), Jim Manganello (Wheaton, Mass.), Richard Ronemus (Greensboro), Milos Tomic (Grand Canyon). Forwards -- Rich Hansen (Ft. Lewis), Joey Melanson (Husson), Ahmed Mohyeldin (Emory). Coach: Colin Clarke (Richmond Kickers, A-League).

NCAA Elite 16 Men vs. A-League/USL Select

(To be played Feb. 6 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., kickoff at 8:00 p.m., ET.) NCAA ELITE 16 MEN Goalkeeper -- Matt Nyman (Dartmouth). Defenders -- Steve Armas (Maryland), Jamie Clark (Stanford), Kevin Kalish (Saint Louis), Tony Soto (SMU), Darren Warham (Lynn), John Wilson (Clemson). Midfielders -- Lazo Alavanja (Indiana), Orlando Bueso (Lindsey Wilson), Stephen Danbusky (Williams), Simon Elliott (Stanford), Jay Heaps (Duke), Maurizio Rocha (Connecticut). Forwards -- Eric Kvello (Georgetown), Richard Mulrooney (Creighton), John Wolyniec (Fordham). Coach: Dave Dir (Dallas Burn, MLS). A-LEAGUE/USL SELECT Goalkeepers -- Joe Cannon (San Jose Clash, MLS), Dusty Hudock (Seattle Sounders, A-League). Defenders -- Lovelace Ackah (Chicago Stingers, D3 Pro), Craig Demmin (Rochester Rhinos, A-League), Gabe Eastman (Nashville Metros, A-League), Andrew Restrepo (New Orleans Storm, A-League), Craig Waibel (Spokane Shadow, PDSL). Midfielders -- Yari Allnutt (Rochester Rhinos, A-League), Kevin Anderson (Minnesota Thunder, A-League), Jason Cairns (Cincinnati Riverhawks, A-League), Ivailo Ilarionov (Charleston Battery, A-League), Mark Phillips (Indiana Blast, A-League), Kirk Wilson (El Paso Patriots, A-League). Forwards -- Mike Burke (Charleston Battery, A-League), Mike Butler (Western Mass. Pioneers, D3 Pro League), Jimmy Glenn (Rochester Rhinos, A-League), Clay Harty (Central Coast Roadrunners, PDSL). Coach: Pat Ercoli (Rochester Rhinos, A-League).

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