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AWARDS: 2008 Men's Conferences (Mid-American to WCC)
December 12th, 2008 8AM
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The rest of the the 2008 men's all-conference teams and individual conference awards from the Mid-American to WCC ...

Player of the Year -- Steve Zakuani, Akron
Newcomer of the Year -- Darlington Nagbe, Akron
Gary V. Palmisano Coach of the Year -- Caleb Porter, Akron
First Team
Midfielder - Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron
Midfielder - Blair Gavin, Akron
Midfielder - Darlington Nagbe, Akron
Midfielder - Alex Marrello, Buffalo
Forward - Steve Zakuani, Akron
Forward - Matt Tutich, Akron
Forward - J.P. Boyle, Hartwick
Defender - Kofi Sarkodie, Akron
Defender - Daniel Gwyther, Buffalo
Defender - Liam Parrington, Hartwick
Goalkeeper - Evan Bush, Akron

Player of the Year: Andrei Gotsmanov, Creighton
Defensive Player of the Year:
Chris Schuler, Creighton
Freshman of the Year:
Brian Holt, Creighton
Coaching Staff of the Year:
Creighton (Bob Warming, Jason Mims, Johnny Torres, Paul Harvey)
MVC Fair Play Award:

First Team

Alex Riggs Missouri State GK So. St. Peters, Mo.
Grant Campbell Bradley D Jr. Littleton, Colo.
Julien Edwards Drake D Jr. Ottawa, Ont.
Chris Schuler  Creighton D Jr. Aurora, Ill.
Seth Sinovic Creighton D Sr. Leawood, Kan.
Andrei Gotsmanov Creighton M Sr. Eagan, Minn.
Matt Kuhn Drake M So. Raytown, Mo.
Ryan Moylan Drake M Sr. Wauwatosa, Wis.
Kevin Shrout Drake M Jr. Lee's Summitt, Mo.
Justin Alford Missouri State F Sr. Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Mike Luttrull Evansville F So. Indianapolis, Ind.
Brad Peters Eastern Illinois F Sr. St. Peters, Mo.
Jeff Thayer Creighton F Jr. Omaha, Neb.
Garrett Webb Drake F Jr. Prairie Village, Kan.

Player of the Year -- Kyle Christensen, Denver
Newcomer of the Year -- Sam Garza, Denver
Coach of the Year -- Bobby Muuss, Denver

First Team
Kyle Christensen Senior Forward Denver Layton, UT
Joe Willis RS Sophomore Goalkeeper Denver St. Louis, MO
Collin Audley Junior Midfield Denver Fort Collins, CO
Colin Jones Senior Defender Denver Philadelphia, PA
Joey Mathot Senior Midfield Denver Port Moody, B.C.
Justin Davis Junior Defender/Midfield New Mexico Litchfield Park, AZ
Simon Ejdemyr Junior Defender New Mexico Boras, Swede
Nick Cukar Junior Midfield San Jose State Millbrae, CA
Ed Brand Senior Defender San Jose State London, England
Lamar Neagle Senior Midfield/Forward UNLV Federal Way, WA
Daniel Cruz Sophomore Forward UNLV Glendale, AZ
Fernando Cabadas Sophomore Midfield Sacramento State Sacramento, CA

Player of the Year -- Graciano Brito, Quinnipiac
Defensive Player of the Year -- Angelo Amato, Monmouth
Rookie of the Year -- Chris Wheeler, Mount St. Mary's
Coach of the Year -- Rob Ryerson, Mount St. Mary's

First Team

Graciano Brito  Quinnipiac  F 6-2 Sr.  Sao Nicolau, Cape Verde
Samson Malijani FDU F 5-8 Jr.  Lusaka, Zambia
John Sallhag St. Francis (NY) F 5-9 So.  Vaxjo, Sweden
Vinnie Berry Mount St. Mary's  MF 5-9 Sr.  Helensburgh, Scotland
Ryan Kinne Monmouth MF 5-8 So.  Naugatuck, CT
Yan Klukowski CCSU MF 6-1 Sr.  Wiltshire, England
Semso Nikocevic St. Francis (NY)  MF 5-5 Sr.  Brooklyn, NY
Daniel Bostock Monmouth D 6-3 Jr.  Nottinghamshire, England
David Tyrie CCSU D 6-1 Sr.  Norwich-Norfolk, England
Angelo Amato Monmouth D 6-0 Sr.  Livingston, NJ
Matthew Jones Sacred Heart  GK 6-2 Sr.  Stoke-on-Trent, England

Player of the Year -- Michael Stephens (UCLA)
Freshman of the Year -- Danny Mwanga (Oregon State)
Coach of the Year -- Jorge Salcedo (UCLA)

First Team
Raphael Cox MF Sr. Washington
Stefan Frei GK Jr. California
Maxwell Griffin F Sr. UCLA
Hector Jimenez MF So. California
George John MF Sr. Washington
Jason Leopoldo MF Sr. UCLA
Brad Rusin D Sr. UCLA
Michael Stephens MF Jr. UCLA
Michael Strickland MF Jr. Stanford
Bobby Warshaw MF/F So. Stanford
Andrew Wiedeman F So. California

Offensive Player of the Year -- Conor O'Brien (Bucknell)
Defensive Player of the Year --  Jerry Dickinson (Holy Cross)
Goalkeeper of the Year --
David Cappuccio (Colgate)
Rookie of the Year -- 
Matt Makowski (American)
Head Coach of the Year --
Todd West (American)

First Team
Kyle Miller, So., Holy Cross, F
Jim Taranto, Sr., Lehigh, F
Phil Purdy, Sr., American, M
Conor O'Brien, Jr., Bucknell, M
Chris Ross, Jr., Colgate, M
Andreas Andrews, Sr., Holy Cross, M
Adam Gazda, Sr., Lehigh, M
Cooper Bryant, Sr., American, D
Karsten Smith, Jr., American, D
Glenn Volk, Sr., Colgate, D
Jerry Dickinson, Sr., Holy Cross, D
Alejandro Melean, Sr., Holy Cross, D
David Cappuccio, Sr., Colgate, GK

Player of the Year: Justin Wyatt, Elon
Freshman of the Year:
Coleton Henning, Furman
Coach of the Year:
Darren Powell, Elon

First Team

F Coleton Henning, Furman
F Arie Muniz, Appalachian State
F Justin Wyatt, Elon
M  Alex Caskey, Davidson
M  Jokull Elisabertarson, UNC Greensboro
M  Erfan Imeni, Elon
M  Patrick Murray, Furman
D Steven Kinney, Elon
D Wes Knight, College of Charleston
D Paul Pessina, Appalachian State
GK Kyle Boerner, Elon
GK Collin Taylor, Appalachian State
Offensive Player of the Year -- Brian Harris, UMKC, Sr., F
Defensive Player of the Year --
Steve Clark, Oakland, Sr., GK
Newcomer of the Year --
Tom Catalano, Oakland, Fr., MF
Coach of the Year --
Gary Parsons, Oakland

First Team
Jona Andrade, Western Illinois, Sr., MF
Martin Browne, Jr., Western Illinois, Jr., F
Steve Clark, Oakland, Sr., GK
Ian Daniel, Oakland, Sr., D
Stew Givens, Oakland, Jr., D
Brian Harris, UMKC, Sr., F
Sebastian Harris, Oakland, Jr., F
Raphael Martinez, IPFW, So., D
Bryan Perez, UMKC, Jr., MF
Carlos Pinto, Oral Roberts, Sr., MF
Stefan St. Louis, Oakland, Jr., F

Player of the Year -- Conor Chinn, San Francisco
Freshman of the Year -- Roger Downes, Loyola Marymount
Defensive Player of the Year -- Nick Barclay, Gonzaga
Coach of the Year -- Erik Visser, San Francisco

First Team
Rafael Baca, Loyola Marymount
Nick Barclay, Gonzaga
Kelin Briones, San Diego
Conor Chinn, San Francisco
Frankie Lopez, Portland
Jide Ogunbiyi, Santa Clara
Ryan Peterman, San Diego
Tye Perdido, Gonzaga
Jeff Russell, San Francisco
Yousef Samy, St. Mary's
Collen Warner, Portland

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