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College: Soccer America 1998 Men's MVPs
January 15th, 1999 12AM



Keith Beach (Maryland) senior ò midfielder Set up 14 goals for Terrapins, who reached semifinals. Carlos Bocanegra (UCLA) sophomore ò defender Steady defender also provided offense for Bruins. Adin Brown (William & Mary) junior ò goalkeeper Primary reason the Tribe advanced to second round. Nick Garcia (Indiana) sophomore ò defender Sacrificed offense to seal the Hoosier defense. Jay Heaps (Duke) senior ò midfielder Leading scorer for Blue Devils from midfield. Dema Kovalenko (Indiana) junior ò forward Ukrainian is college game's most talented striker. Aleksey Korol (Indiana) junior ò forward Led Hoosiers in scoring with 17 goals and 44 points. Wojtek Krakowiak (Clemson) junior ò midfielder Scored 31 goals to lead Tigers to 22-2 record. Lee Morrison (Stanford) freshman ò defender U.S. under-20 player was solid rock on defense for finalist. Richard Mulrooney (Creighton) senior ò midfielder Missouri Valley assist king took Bluejays to quarterfinals. Maurizio Rocha (Connecticut) senior ò midfielder Midfield maestro orchestrated Huskies' resurgence. 1998 SA Player of the Year: Wojtek Krakowiak (Clemson).

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