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UMass and SLU dominate preseason all-conference team
July 15th, 2008 9AM

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Surprise NCAA Division I semifinalist Massachusetts landed four players, including 2007 Soccer America Men's MVP goalie Zach Simmons, on the 2008 Atlantic-10 men's preseason all-conference team.

Redshirt senior Chris Brown (Tucson, Ariz.), senior Mike DeSantis (Stoneham, Mass.), junior Bryan Hogan (Lititz, Pa.) and Simmons (Durham, N.H.) were each named to the preseason team.

Saint Louis had three selections: seniors Denaldin Hamzagic, Kyle Patterson and Calum Angus.

Men's Preseason All-Conference Team
Bryan Hogan Massachusetts F Jr. 26 8 2 18
Chris Salvaggione Charlotte F Sr. 20 8 9 25
Andrew Stadler George Washington F Jr. 14 7 6 20
Mike DeSantis Massachusetts M Sr. 26 4 0 8
Denaldin Hamzagic Saint Louis M Sr. 16 5 4 14
Kyle Patterson Saint Louis M Sr. 19 10 4 24
Alex Torda Dayton M Jr. 19 6 5 17
Calum Angus Saint Louis B Sr. 17 2 0 4
Chris Brown Massachusetts B Sr. 26 2 2 6
John Pardini Fordham B Sr. 19 2 1 5
Zack Simmons Massachusetts G Sr. 26 0.79 .849 17-8-1

Men's Preseason All-Rookie Team
Jed Antoun Richmond M Fr. Two-time all-state selection...64 points as a senior
Yoni Berhanu George Washington B Fr. 2007 Gatorade Washington, D.C. Player of the Year
Brice Carr George Washington B Fr. U-17 National Team member
Alexander Dietz Charlotte B Fr. 2006 MVP of the State Cup finals...Colorado ODP
Justin Jarvis Xavier B Fr. Played for top-ranked Dallas Texan 90 Red Club Team
Daniel Korenyi La Salle B/M Fr. NSCAA All-American...two-time all-state honoree
Franco LoPresti Rhode Island B Fr. Member of Canadian National Training Centre
Derek Patrzio Duquesne B Fr. 2005-06 Delaware ODP...played for U-18 FC Delco
Jonas Reiter Saint Louis F Fr. Played for Pateadores Soccer Club
Keegan Smith Saint Louis B Fr. Adidas Elite Soccer Program...four-year ODP
Chris Velasquez Temple M Fr. First-team all-league as a senior...23 career goals



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