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December 15th, 2008 8AM



Five teams -- Lewis, Metro State, Rockhurst, Sonoma State and Tusculum -- each had three players named to the 2008 NSCAA/adidas Division II Men's All-America Team. For all the selections ...

* indicates prior selection

First Team
Chad Becker, Sr., Rockhurst
Doug Carr, Sr., Sonoma State
Kevin Gallaugher *, Jr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
Tony Ray, Sr., Northern Kentucky
Steven Beattie, So., Northern Kentucky
Eric Lafon, Sr., Sonoma State
Cory Mastey, Sr., Lewis
Bruno Conceicao, Sr., Tusculum
Tom Heinemann *, Jr., Rockhurst
Jonathan Maloney *, Sr., Montevallo
Ross Middlemiss, Sr., Sonoma State

Second Team
Lance Moore, Jr., Tusculum
Dominic Casciato, Jr., Limestone
Thomas Ostvald *, Jr., Carson-Newman
Lee Porter *, Sr., Lynn
Adam Arthur, Jr., Lander
Anteneh Lemma, So., Tusculum
Matt Pele, Sr., Western Washington
Nestor Hernandez *, Jr., Lewis
Kyle Holland, Sr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
Kellen Johnson, Sr., Metro State
Lee Squires *, So., Lees-McRae

Third Team
Ryan Vickery, Sr., Metro State
Jason Decker, Sr., Colorado School of Mines
Joey De Francesco, Jr., Lewis
Nolan Intermoia, Sr., West Florida
Ahmad Ihmedian *, Sr., Midwestern State
Moussa Keita, Jr., Dowling
Eusebio Montoya, Sr., Saint Leo
Luke Mulholland, So., Wingate
Anthony Peters, Sr., West Virginia Wesleyan
Kyle Samuelson, Jr., Rockhurst
Jean Alexandre, Sr., Lynn
Pascal Milien, Jr., Tampa
Lamine Traore, Jr., Dowling
Ola Sandquist, Sr., Metro State

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