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2007 WCC Men's Awards
November 27th, 2007 8AM
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Santa Clara, which won its second straight WCC title after posting an undefeated 10-0-2 mark in league play, swept the conference yearly awards. Senior Peter Lowry captured WCC Player of the Year honors, while Cameron Rast was named WCC Coach of the Year for the second straight season and the third time in his career. Senior defender Jamil Roberts was named WCC Defensive Player of the Year, and newcomer Jalil Anibaba received Freshman of the Year accolades.


Player of the Year:Peter Lowry, Santa Clara
Freshman of the Year: Jalil Anibaba, Santa Clara   
Defensive Player of the Year: Jamil Roberts, Santa Clara
Coach of the Year:Cameron Rast, Santa Clara     


All-WCC First Team
Goalkeeper
Austin Guerrero, Portland
Defenders
Jalil Anibaba, Santa Clara
Chris Rodd, San Francisco
Jamil Roberts, Santa Clara
Midfielders
Daniel DeGeer, San Francisco
Dylan Leslie, St. Mary's
Peter Lowry, Santa Clara
Adam Sloustcher, Loyola Marymount
Collen Warner, Portland
Tannen Wels, San Diego
Forwards
Alex Elliott, Portland
George Josten, Gonzaga

All-WCC Second Team
Goalkeeper
Vito Higgins, Gonzaga
Defenders
Michael Gavin, Portland
Tim Grey, San Diego
Matt Hatzke, Santa Clara
Sam Reeder, San Diego
Daniel Scott, Gonzaga
Austin Washington, Gonzaga
Midfielders
Corey Heldreth, St. Mary's
Stephen McCarthy, Santa Clara
Brandon McDonald, San Francisco
Forwards
Rafael Baca, Loyola Marymount
Colin Jennings, San Diego

All-Freshman Team
Goalkeepers
Kevin Klasila, Santa Clara
Austin Guerrero, Portland
Defenders
Jalil Anibaba, Santa Clara
Victor Cortez, San Francisco
Kyle Deremer, St. Mary's
Midfielders
Philippe Garre, Gonzaga
Frankie Lopez, Portland
JD Penilton, San Diego
Forwards
Rafael Baca, Loyola Marymount
Bryan Burke, San Francisco
Jarad vanSchaik, Portland
Kellen Wantulok, Santa Clara



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