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2007 NSCAA/adidas Men's Junior College Division I All-America Team
December 11th, 2007 8AM

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NJCAA Division I champion Yavapai earned two first-team selections on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Men's Junior College Division I All-America Team: defender Vincent Fimbrez and midfielder Irving Garcia. Two other teams had two first-team selections: Georgia Perimeter (Jon Selkow and Marcelo Aguirre) and Tyler (Roger Dacosta and Kyle Timm). For all the All-Americans ...

First Team
Goalkeeper
Jon Selkow, Fr., Georgia Perimeter
Defenders
Roger Dacosta, So., Tyler
Vincent Fimbrez, So., Yavapai
Jakub Gerlach, So., DuPage
Midfielders
Marcelo Aguirre, So., Georgia Perimeter
Gary Crooks, So., Louisburg
Irving Garcia, So., Yavapai
Eddie Sayon, So., Parkland
Forwards
Kyle Timm, So., Tyler
Claudio Dantas, Jr., So., Jefferson
Ricardo Ximines, So., San Jacinto

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Jonathan Barraza, So., Jefferson
Defenders
Olukorede Aiyegbusi, So., CCBC-Essex
Victor Hernandez, So., Mercer County
Seymour Williams, So., East Central
Midfielders
Guil Costa, Fr., Southern Maryland
Arkenson Neckels, So., Marshalltown
Sam Vernalls, So., Northern Oklahoma
Ebenezer Vicente, So., Massasoit
Forwards
Stephen Coke, So., Monroe
Darryl Odom, So., Cloud County 
Bradley Warren Lister, So., Cincinnati State



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