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2007 NCAA Division II Men's Conference Awards
November 14th, 2007 8AM



Englishmen David Clifton of Franklin Pierce and Jonathan Maloney of Montevallo, Senegalese Ahmadoul Gaye of defending national champion Dowling, Brazilian Leandro Pereira of Lincoln Memorial and Bosnian-born Berin Boracic give NCAA Division II men's soccer an international flavor. All represent teams who have advanced to the NCAA Division II and all were honored as conference players of the year.

Player of the Year: David Clifton, Franklin Pierce
Co-Freshman of the Year: Stephen Blaisdell, Assumption and Angelo Reina, Le Moyne
Goalkeeper of the Year: James Thorpe, Franklin Pierce
Defensive Player of the Year: Bishara Ettienne, Franklin Pierce
Co-Coaches of the Year: Marco Koolman, Franklin Pierce and Ted Priestly, UMass Lowell

Player of the Year: Jhonny Arteaga, Dominican (N.Y.)
Rookie of the Year: Joe Wright, Dominican (N.Y.)
Coach of the Year: John Campbell, Dominican (N.Y.)

Offensive Player of the Year: Ahmadoul Gaye, Dowling
Defensive Players of the Year: Randy Jean-Baptiste, Bridgeport, Thomas Vaaland, Dowling
Rookie of the Year: Joe O'Rourke, C.W. Post
Coaches of the Year: John DiRico, Dowling, Carlos DelCid, NYIT

Player of the Year: Geoff Bloes, Shippensburg
Rookie of the Year: Derek Yobbi, California (Pa.)
Coach of the Year: Steve Widdowson, Millersville.

Player of the Year: Bond Phittayasri, West Virginia Wesleyan
Freshman of the Year: Gary Newson, Wheeling Jesuit
Coach of the Year: Mark Stollsteimer, Davis & Elkins

Player of the Year: Berin Boracic, Lees-McRae
 Freshman of the Year: Michael McEmerson, Limestone
Coach of the Year: Chris Whalley, Lees-McRae

Co-Players of the Year: Tonny Madegwa, Clayton State, Kofi Akyere, USC Aiken
Freshman of the Year: Jamal Geathers, Clayton State
Coach of the Year: Pete Petersen, Clayton State

Player of the Year: Leandro Pereira, Lincoln Memorial
Coach of the Year: Brent Teach, Tusculum
Freshman of the Year: Lucas Paulini, Tusculum

Player of the Year: Jonathan Maloney, Montevallo
Freshman of the Year: David Reyes, Ouachita Baptist
Coach of the Year: Bill Elliott, West Florida

Player of the Year: Romain Onteniente, Nova Southeastern
Offensive Player of the Year: Dwight Barnett, Lynn
Defensive Player of the Year: Tim Melia, Lynn
Coach of the Year: Shaun Pendleton, Lynn
Freshman of the Year: Jonathan Glenn, Saint Leo

Offensive Player of the Year: Braden Bishop, Northern Kentucky
Defensive Player of the Year: Andy Bacon, Northern Kentucky
Freshman of the Year: Tyler Kincaid, Saint Joseph's
Coach of the Year: John Basalyga, Northern Kentucky

Offensive Player of the Year: Daniel Brown, Midwestern State
Defensive Player of the Year: Kenneth Christensen, West Texas A&M
Freshman of the Year: Ben Everson, West Texas A&M
Coach of the Year: Doug Elder, Midwestern State

Player of the Year: Craig Thompson, F, Colorado Mines
Defensive Player of the Year: Garrett Sadusky, Metro State
Freshman of the Year: Nathan Kafer, F, Regis
Coach of the Year: Ken Parsons, Metro State

Most Valuable Player: Andrew Bailey, Sonoma State
Freshman of the Year: Anton Gunnarsson, Cal State L.A.
Newcomer of the Year: Kevin Gallaugher, Cal State Dominguez Hills
Coach of the Year: Marcus Ziemer, Sonoma State

Player of the Year: Sam Charles, Montana State-Billings
Newcomer of the Year - Samir Vejo, Western Washington
Freshman of the Year: Gibson Bardsley, Western Washington
Coach of the Year: Travis Connell, Western Washington

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