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ALL-AMERICANS: NSCAA/adidas NCAA Division I Men
December 15th, 2008 8AM
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Wake Forest placed five players on the 2008 NSCAA/adidas Men's Division I All-America Team, including three first-team selections -- sophomore Corben Bone and seniors Sam Cronin and forward Marcus Tracy. Six other schools placed two players on the team: Akron, Creighton, Harvard, UIC, Loyola (Md.) and UC Davis. For all the selections ...

* indicates prior selection

First Team
Goalkeeper
Jovan Bubonja, Jr., UIC
Defenders
Calum Angus *, Sr., Saint Louis
Matthew Besler, Sr., Notre Dame
Omar Gonzalez *, Jr., Maryland
Tennant McVea, Jr., Loyola (Md.)
Midfielders
Corben Bone, So., Wake Forest
Sam Cronin *, Sr., Wake Forest
Andrei Gotsmanov, Sr., Creighton
Baggio Husidic, Jr., UIC
Forwards
Andre Akpan *, Jr., Harvard
Mike Grella *, Sr., Duke
Marcus Tracy, Sr., Wake Forest
Steve Zakuani, So., Akron

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Milos Kocic, Jr., Loyola (Md.)
Defenders
Joel Gustafsson, Jr., St. John's
Ike Opara, So., Wake Forest
Chris Schuler, Jr., Creighton
Midfielders
Alejandro Bedoya *, Sr., Boston College
Michael Callahan, Sr., North Carolina
Richard Jata, Sr., Campbell
J.T. Noone, Jr., Temple
Forwards
Quincy Amarikwa, Sr., UC Davis
Doug DeMartin, Sr., Michigan State
Mike Fucito *, Sr., Harvard
Daniel Revivo, Sr., Winthrop
Chris Salvaggione, Sr., Charlotte

Third Team
Goalkeeper
Steward Ceus, Sr., Albany
Defenders
Mark Blades, Jr., Northwestern
Michael Holody, Sr., Michigan
Yohance Marshall, Sr., South Florida
Midfielders
Anthony Ampaipitakwong, So., Akron
Joshua Boateng, Sr., Liberty
Dylan Curtis, Sr., UC Davis
Craig Henderson, Sr., Dartmouth
Brad Ring *, Sr., Indiana
Forwards
Cody Arnoux *, Jr., Wake Forest
Graciano Brito *, Sr., Quinnipiac
Samson Malijani, Jr., Fairleigh Dickinson
Chris Pontius, Sr., UC-Santa Barbara
O'Brian White *, Sr., Connecticut
Andrew Wiedeman, So., California



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