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Soccer America Preseason Men's All-American Team
August 30th, 2007 8:30AM

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Joseph Lapira, the 2006 Soccer America Men's College Player of the Year, heads Soccer America's Preseason Men's All-American Team. Defending national champion UC Santa Barbara (Andy Iro and Eric Avila), St. John's (Jason Landers and Ryan Soroka), Virginia (Jonathan Villanueva and Yannick Reyering) and Duke (Michael Videira and Mike Grella) are the only teams with two players selected on the 23-player team.

GOALKEEPERS
Mike Graczyk,
New Mexico, sr.
Jason Landers
, St. John's, sr.
Brian Perk, UCLA, soph.

DEFENDERS
David Horst, Old Dominion, sr.
Andy Iro
, UC Santa Barbara, sr.
Julius James, Connecticut, sr.
Ofori Sarkodie, Indiana, soph.
Andre Sherard, North Carolina, sr.
Julian Valentin
, Wake Forest, sr.

MIDFIELDERS
Eric Avila, UC Santa Barbara, jr.
Bruno Guarda,
SMU, jr.
Stephen King,
Maryland, sr.
David Roth
, Northwestern, sr.
Michael Videira, Duke, sr.
Jonathan Villanueva, Virginia, soph.
Andy Wright, West Virginia, sr.

FORWARDS
Andre Akpan, Harvard, soph.
Kevin Forrest,
Washington, sr.
Mike Grella,
Duke, jr.
Joseph Lapira
, Notre Dame, sr.
Patrick Nyarko, Virginia Tech, jr.
Yannick Reyering
, Virginia, jr.
Ryan Soroka, St. John's, soph.



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