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2007 NSCAA/adidas NCAA Men's Division I All-America Team
December 17th, 2007 8AM

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Boston College (Reuben Ayarna and Alejandro Bedoya), California (Stefan Frei and Andrew Jacobson), Connecticut (Hermann Trophy finalist O'Brian White and Julian James) and Ohio State (Eric Brunner and Xavier Balc) each had two players named to the 2007 NSCAA/adidas NCAA Men's Division I All-America first team. For all the All-Americans ...

First Team
Goalkeeper
Stefan Frei, So., California
Defenders
Eric Brunner, Sr., Ohio State
Julius James, Sr., Connecticut
Pat Phelan, Sr., Wake Forest
Midfielders
Reuben Ayarna, Jr., Boston College
Alejandro Bedoya, Jr., Boston College
Andrew Jacobson, Sr., California
Peter Lowry, Sr., Santa Clara
Forwards
Xavier Balc, Sr., Ohio State
Joseph Lapira, Sr., Notre Dame
Patrick Nyarko, Jr., Virginia Tech
O'Brian White, Jr., Connecticut
 
Second Team
Goalkeeper
Billy Chiles, Sr., Towson
Defenders
Calum Angus, Jr., Saint Louis
Andy Iro, Sr., UC Santa Barbara
Jon Leathers, Sr., Furman
Ryan Miller, Sr., Notre Dame
Midfielders
Sam Cronin, Jr., Wake Forest
Bruno Guarda, Jr., SMU
Brad Ring, Jr., Indiana, Rockford, Ill.
David Roth, Sr., Northwestern
Forwards
Andre Akpan, So., Harvard
Graciano Brito, Jr., Quinnipiac
Michael Fucito, Jr., Harvard
Mike Grella, Jr., Duke
 
Third Team
Goalkeeper
Zack Simmons, Sr., Massachusetts
Defenders
Chris Clements, Jr., Tulsa
Joe Donoho, Sr., Bradley
Omar Gonzalez, So., Maryland
Midfielders
Pavle Dundjer, Sr., UIC
Stephen King, Sr., Maryland
Shea Salinas, Sr., Furman
Michael Videira, Sr., Duke
Andy Wright, Sr., West Virginia
Forwards
Cody Arnoux, So., Wake Forest
Michael Ferguson, So., Loyola (Ill.)
George Josten, Sr., Gonzaga
Sherron Manswell, Sr., Boston College



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