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MORNING BRIEFING: Vote for 50th anniversary team
by Paul Kennedy, October 7th, 2008 8AM
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Voting for the NCAA Men's Soccer 50th Anniversary Team has begun. Fans will have the chance to select the 11 best players and one coach throughout the last 50 years of the NCAA men's soccer championship.

They will have until the morning of Oct. 15 to cast their ballot at ncaa.com.

Indiana leads all teams with six players on the ballot.

Members selected to the anniversary team will be honored at the 2008 NCAA Men's College Cup in Frisco, Texas, on Dec. 12-14.
 
Player candidates:
Jeff Agoos, Virginia
Amr Aly, Columbia
Armando Betancourt, Indiana
Paul Caligiuri, UCLA
Richard Chinapoo, Long Island
Dan Counce, Saint Louis
Angelo DiBernardo, Indiana
Mike Fisher, Virginia
Brad Friedel, UCLA
Chris Gbandi, Connecticut
John Harkes, Virginia
Tom Kain, Duke
John Kerr, Duke
Michael King, Fairleigh Dickinson
Dema Kovalenko, Indiana
Jason Kreis, Duke
Alexi Lalas, Rutgers
Brian Maisonneuve, Indiana
Pat McBride, Saint Louis
Tony Meola, Virginia
Joe Morrone, Connecticut
Bruce Murray, Clemson
Glenn Myernick, Hartwick
Pat Noonan, Indiana
Barry Nix, Columbia
Fred Pereira, Brown
Farrukh Quraishi, SUNY Oneonta
Claudio Reyna, Virginia
Ken Snow, Indiana
Jim Stamatis, Penn State
Al Trost, Saint Louis
Roy Wegerle, South Florida
 
Coaching nominees:
Bruce Arena, Virginia
Robert Guelker, Saint Louis/SIUE
Harry Keough, Saint Louis
Steve Negoesco, San Francisco
Sigi Schmid, UCLA
Jerry Yeagley, Indiana



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