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2007 NSCAA/adidas NCCAA All-America Teams
December 12th, 2007 8AM
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There are 13 repeat selections on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas NCCAA All-America teams, including two women -- junior midfielder Summer Mullen (Philadelphia Biblical) and junior defender Beth Seitz (Southeastern) -- who were chosen for the third time.

Men's Division I
Goalkeeper
Joe Yurchak, So., Palm Beach Atlantic
Defenders
Steve Moldenhauer, Sr., Judson
Jose Sibrian, Sr., MidAmerica Nazarene
Cheyne Roberts, So., Palm Beach Atlantic
Zach Patterson, Jr., Mount Vernon Nazarene
Midfielders
Gustavo Oliviera, Jr., Judson
Marcio Neves, Fr., Mid Continent
Fabio Joaquim, Jr., The Master's
Guilherme Fudlalla, Sr., Spring Arbor
Forwards
Syian Wignal, Sr., The Master's
Scott Davidson, Sr., Bryan
Tyson John, Sr., Southern Wesleyan
Mark Howlett, Sr., Judson

Women's Division I
Goalkeeper
Rachel Popowych, Fr., Roberts Wesleyan
Taryne Blomgren, Jr., Trinity Christian
Defenders
Gretchen Breckner, Sr., Indiana Wesleyan
Cara Wallschlaeger, Jr., Spring Arbor
Megan Pelland, Sr., Trinity International
Neva Hendrix, Sr., Central Christian
Alex Regin, Fr., Palm Beach Atlantic
Midfielders
Megan Mains, Jr., Spring Arbor
Mindi Harkema, Jr., Trinity Christian
Claire Comerouski, So., Indiana Wesleyan
Forwards
Katie Sayler, So., Spring Arbor, Rogers
Carly Comerouski, So., Indiana Wesleyan
Kristy Brandolini, Jr., Mount Vernon Nazarene
Harmony Pruett, Fr., Hope International

Women's Division II
Goalkeeper
Holly Walton, Sr., Baptist Bible
Defenders
Elizabeth Bole, Sr., Baptist Bible
Beth Seitz, Jr., Southeastern (Fla.)
Shauna Schiebout, So., Crown
Midfielders
Erin Kunde, Sr., Crown
Summer Mullen, Jr., Philadelphia Biblical
Emily Janke, So., Providence (Manitoba)
Forwards
Melissa Kennedy, So., Southeastern (Fla.)
Courtney Dixon, Jr., Crown
Stephanie Lally, So., Crown
Alexandra Hays, Jr., Philadelphia Biblical
Katie Wright, Fr., Manhattan Christian



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