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PLAYERS TO WATCH: NAIA Men's National Championship
November 14th, 2007 8AM

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1 Azusa Pacific: Steven Lenhart was named GSAC Player of the Year,
2 Lindsey Wilson: South African Nathaniel Jafta led Blue Raiders with 20 goals.
3 Mobile: Dominican Ruben Diaz leads Rams with 11 goals.
4 Ohio Dominican: Goalie Eric Pfiefer set school record with eight straight shutouts.
5 Simon Fraser: Justin Carvery leads the Clan with 26 points after missing '06 season.
6 Concordia (Calif.): Jeff Clark is the all-time program leader in goals and points
in a career.
7 Southern Nazarene: Freshman Eric Ouedraogo from Burkina Faso leads Crimson Storm with 14 goals.
8 Fresno Pacific: Brazilian Amaury Nunes is leading scorer (21 goals, 6 assists)
9 Rio Grande: Brazilian Ederson Lopes selected as 2007 AMC Freshman of the Year.
10 Auburn-Montgomery: Steinthor Thosteinsson and Kari Arsaelsson, two of nine AUM Icelander, made all-regional team.
11 Graceland: Scotsman Kevin Souter named Region V Player of the Year.
12 Park: Desmand Yankey scored both game-winning goals at regional tournament.
13 Maine-Fort Kent: Jamaican Andre Anderson set single-season records for goals (26) and points (66).
14 Madonna: Trinidadian Makesi Lewis led Crusaders with 10 goals.
15 Judson: Steven Moldenhauer honored as CCAC Player of the Year.
16 Covenant (Ga.): Jake Warren (10 goals) honored on NAIA region team.
17 MidAmerica Nazarene: Jose Sibrian, Lucas Rodriguez and Jon Lemmon earned all-HAAC honors.
18 Mid-Continent: Marcio Neves and Anders Sullisalo were selected to NAIA regional team.
19 Embry-Riddle: Irishman Hugh Davey named FSC Player of the Year.
20 Northwestern: Brad White leads first-time national finalist with 11 goals.



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