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2007 Big East Men's Awards
November 16th, 2007 8AM
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Connecticut's Julius James was named 2007 Big East Defensive Player of the Year for the third straight year, while teammate O'Brian White was tabbed Offensive Player of the Year. Other player honors went to DePaul's Brian Visser (Goalkeeper of the Year), West Virginia senior Andy Wright (Midfielder of the Year) and Seton Hall midfielder Brayan Martinez (Rookie of the Year). DePaul head coach Craig Blazer, along with his staff, earned Coaching Staff of the Year accolades.

 
Offensive Player of the Year: O'Brian White, Connecticut,
Defensive Player of the Year: Julius James, Connecticut,
Midfielder of the Year: Andy Wright, West Virginia
Goalkeeper of the Year: Brian Visser, DePaul
Rookie of the Year: Brayan Martinez, Seton Hall
Coaching Staff of the Year: DePaul - head coach Craig Blazer; assistant coach Adam Tinkham; assistant coach Evan Whitfield
 
All-Big East First Team
Kenny Anaba, Cincinnati, Sr., F
Eliseo Giusfredi, Seton Hall, Jr., F
*Julius James, Connecticut, Sr., D
*Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame, Sr., F
Ryan Maduro, Providence, Sr., MF
*Ryan Miller, Notre Dame, Sr., MF
Kevon Neaves, USF, So., MF
Toni Stahl, Connecticut, So., MF
Brian Visser, DePaul, Jr., GK
*O'Brian White, Connecticut, Jr., F
Andy Wright, West Virginia, Sr., MF

All-Big East Second Team
Matt Besler, Notre Dame, Jr., D
Chris Cahill, Notre Dame, Sr., GK
Ryan Cordeiro, Connecticut, Sr., MF
Yohance Marshall, USF, Jr., D
Akeem Priestley, Connecticut, Jr., MF
Simon Schoendorf, USF, Jr., MF
Jordan Seabrook, USF, Jr.., F
Mike Seamon, Villanova, So., MF
Jeff Stepan, St. John's, Sr., D
Dan Stratford, West Virginia, Sr., MF
Hansen Woodruff, Syracuse, So., F
 
All-Big East Third Team
Bernardo Anor, USF, Fr., MF
Len Coleman, Georgetown, So., D
Phil Edington, Louisville, So., D
Josh Ford, Connecticut, RS-Fr., GK
Jason Landers, St. John's, Sr., GK
Kurt Martin, Notre Dame, Sr., F
Brayan Martinez, Seton Hall, Fr., MF
Luis Martinez, Syracuse, So., MF
Brad Peetoom, Syracuse, Sr., D
Jack Traynor, Notre Dame, Jr., D
Othaniel Yanez, Louisville, So., MF
 
All-Big East Honorable Mention Team
Matt Armstrong, Notre Dame, Fr., MF
Joel Gustafsson, St. John's, So., D
Amir Ikner, Cincinnati, Sr., D
Gift Maworere, West Virginia, So., MF
Mike Pezza, Connecticut, So., MF



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