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2007 Big West Men's Awards
November 21st, 2007 9AM
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UCSB senior Andy Iro's selection as the Defensive of the Year for the third year in a row highlighted this year's Big West individual honors. Tow other Gauchos captured honors: Chris Pontius (Offensive Player of the Year) and sophomore transfer Ciaran O'Brien (Midfielder of the Year). The other honors went to UC Riverside senior Charles Alamo (Goalkeeper of the Year), Cal Poly's David Zamora (Freshman of the Year) and UC Davis head man Dwayne Shaffer (Coach of the Year).

All-Big West First Team
Goalkeeper
K.J. Lenehan, Cal Poly
Charles Alamo, UC Riverside
Defenders
Andy Iro, UC Santa Barbara
Sean Franklin, Cal State Northridge
Matt Tracy, Cal State Northridge
Midfielders
Ciaran O'Brien, UC Santa Barbara
Alfonso Motagalvan, UC Santa Barbara
Brennan Tennelle, UC Santa Barbara
Michael Farfan, Cal State Fullerton
Forwards
Chris Pontius, UC Santa Barbara
Tino Nunez, UC Santa Barbara
Eric Avila, UC Santa Barbara
David Zamora, Cal Poly

All-Big West First Team
Goalkeeper
Kevin Guppy, Cal State Northridge
Defenders
Paul Cain
, UC Davis
David Sias, UC Irvine
David Lozano, UC Riverside
Midfielders
Matt Murphy
, UC Irvine
Rafael Garcia, Cal State Northridge
Sule Anibaba, UC Davis
Kyle Montgomery, Cal Poly
Forwards
Nicholas Lind
, UC Davis
Gabriel Farfan, Cal State Fullerton
Quincy Amarikwa, UC Davis

All-Big West Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Eric Branagan-Franco
, Cal Poly
Brent Douglas, Cal State Fullerton
Defenders
Jon Curry
, UC Santa Barbara
Matt Sanders, Cal State Fullerton
Casey Cordray, Cal Poly
Brandon Foster, UC Irvine
Midfielders
Anton Peterlin
, Cal Poly
Sunghyun Kim, Cal State Northridge
Skyler Thuresson, Cal State Fullerton
Forwards
Nathan Paterson, UC Riverside
Andrew Villalobos, UC Riverside
Cito Soriano, UC Riverside



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