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ALL-AMERICANS: NSCAA/adidas NCAA Division III Men
December 15th, 2008 8AM

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Tyrone Petrakis of Trinity (Texas) and York's Jon Ports each earned their third selection as an NSCAA/adidas Division III Men's All-America. Three other Trinity players and two other York players were also honored. For all the selections ...

* indicates prior selection

First Team
Goalkeeper
Brian Bush  *, Sr., Middlebury
Defenders
Owen Amster, Sr., Montclair State
J.D. Binger  *, Sr., Messiah
Jeffrey Kushner, Sr., Swarthmore
Michael Robertson, Sr., Trinity (Texas)
Midfielders
Noe Casanova, Sr., Trinity (Texas)
Joel Delass, Sr., Wheaton (Ill.)
Yuta Kizaki  *, Sr., Salem State
Forwards
Patrick Carver  *, Sr., Emory
Dan Persson, Jr., North Carolina Wesleyan
Jon Ports  **, Jr., York
Tim Winn, Sr., Babson

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Nick Mele  *, Sr., Montclair State
Defenders
Kyle Bedini, Sr., Eastern Conn. State
Adam Boyer, Sr., Centre
Robert Carlton, Jr., Carleton
Alex Hildebrandt, Jr., Augsburg
James Maples, Sr., Western New England
Midfielders
Matt Carlson  *, Sr., Johns Hopkins
Marc Del Marmol, Sr., Emory
Tyrone Petrakis  **, Sr., Trinity (Texas)
Chris Ports *, Sr., York
Forwards
Matt Borland  *, Sr., Wittenberg
Patrick Floeck, Sr., Trinity (Texas)
Ricky Griffin, Jr., Carnegie Mellon
Ross Schunk, Sr., Redlands

Third Team
Goalkeeper
Michael Trent, Jr., Wartburg
Defenders
Dan Bonder, Sr., Drew
Grayson Holland  *, Sr., Amherst
Bart Misiak, So., Plattsburgh State
Evan Scheffey, Sr., York
Michael Stark, So., Roanoke
Midfielders
Ryan Browne, Jr., Carnegie Mellon
Bryan Fakkema, Sr., Redlands
Santiago Mejia  *, Jr., Loras
Kyle Sterling, Jr., Salisbury
Forwards
Joshua Dennstedt, Jr., Rochester
Terrence Johnson  *, Jr., Stevens Institute
Tyler Masterson, Jr., Montclair State
Tyler Wall, So., Ohio Wesleyan



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