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2007 Pac-10 Men's Awards
November 21st, 2007 9AM
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California's Kevin Grimes was named Pac-10 Coach of the Year for the third year in a row. Player honors went to Washington senior Ely Allen and  California senior Andrew Jacobson, Co-Players of the Year, and Stanford's Bobby Warshaw, Freshman of the Year

All-Pac 10 First Team
Goalkeeper
Stefan Frei, California
Defenders
Scott Bolkan, Stanford
Mike Zaher, UCLA
Midfielders
Tony Beltran, UCLA
Kraig Chiles, San Diego State
Andrew Jacobson, California
George John, Washington
Jason Leopoldo, UCLA
Chance Myers, UCLA
Luke Sassano, California
Forward
Ely Allen, Washington

All-Pac 10 Second Team

Goalkeeper
John Moore
, Stanford
Defenders
Nick Cardenas
, San Diego State
Midfielders
Raphael Cox
, Washington
Kyle Nakazawa, UCLA
Michael Strickland, Stanford
Evan Toft, San Diego State
Bobby Warshaw, Stanford
Forwards
Javier Ayala-Hil, California
Kevin Forrest, Washington
Nick Webb, Oregon State
Andrew Wiedeman, California

All-Pac 10 Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Brad Byrns, San Diego State
Andrew Kartunen, Stanford
Brian Perk, UCLA
Defenders
Tyler Barry, California
Alex Christensen, Oregon State
Casey Cunningham, Washington
Greg Folk, UCLA
Daniel Leach, Oregon State
Brad Rusin, UCLA
Jamel Wallace, San Diego State
Brandon Owens, UCLA
Midfielders
Brett Gardner, Oregon State
Kyle Hency, Stanford
Ryan Imamura, Stanford
T.J. Novak, Stanford
Forwards
Khadim Diouf, San Diego State
David Estrada, UCLA
Maxwell Griffin, UCLA
Ellis McLoughlin, Washington
Dan Shapiro, Stanford



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