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

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NJCAA Division III champion Richland placed two players on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Men's Junior College Division I All-America first team: Carlos Videla and David Freeland.
 
First Team
Goalkeeper
Luis Nieves, Fr., DeAnza
Defenders
Babatunde Banjo, Fr., Prince George's
Jose Campos, So., Nassau
Mike Daly, So., Santa Rosa
Midfielders
Karlos Gonzales, So., Mount San Antonio
Victor Gonzales, So., Genessee
Ivan Guarin, So., Herkimer County
Triston Sommerville, So., Union County
Carlos Videla Fr., Richland
Forwards
David Freeland, Fr., Richland
Felix Mathey, So., Union County
Michael Paz, Fr., Cerritos
William Vasquez, So., SUNY-Delhi

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Frank Fregoso, So., Montgomery-Rockville
Defenders
Michael Carey, So., Howard
German Delgado, So., Los Angeles Harbor 
Ismaila Konate, So., Mohawk Valley
Menesky Magloire, So., SUNY-Cobleskill
Midfielders
Alex Betancourt, So., Nassau
Fernando Casanova, So., Tompkins Cortland
Juan Hernandez, So., Santa Rosa
Santiago Meira, So., Manchester
Juan Peralta, So., SUNY-Ulster
Forwards
Stephen Cordova, So., City College of San Francisco
Andrew Feld, Fresno City



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