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AWARDS: 50th Anniversary NCAA Men's Team named
by Paul Kennedy, October 24th, 2008 8AM



Virginia had three players and Indiana and UCLA had players named to the NCAA Men's Soccer 50th Anniversary Team.

Former Virginia stars Jeff Agoos, John Harkes and Claudio Reyna -- all future U.S. national team stars -- were among the players named in online balloting conducted by the NCAA.

Paul Caligiuri and Brad Friedel, who went to a combined five World Cups, were the UCLA selections. Armando Betancourt, who represented Honduras at the 1982 World Cup, and Angelo DiBernardo represented Indiana.

Former Hoosier coach Jerry Yeagley was selected as the 50th Anniversary team's coach.

Members selected to the anniversary team will be honored at the 2008 Men's College Cup in Frisco, Texas, at Pizza Hut Park on Dec. 12-14.

Jeff Agoos, Virginia
*Armando Betancourt, Indiana
*Paul Caligiuri, UCLA
Richard Chinapoo, Long Island
*Angelo DiBernardo, Indiana
*Brad Friedel, UCLA
John Harkes, Virginia
Glenn Myernick, Hartwick
Farrukh Quraishi, SUNY Oneonta
*Claudio Reyna, Virginia
Al Trost, Saint Louis
*Selected to the Soccer America All-20th Century Team.

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