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ALL-AMERICANS: NSCAA/adidas NAIA Men
December 15th, 2008 8AM
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Azusa Pacific (Jared Karkas, Eric Winblad and James Crawford) and Lindsey Wilson (Moses Aduny, Mikael Lunneryd and Frederick Were) led all teams with three selections each on the NSCAA/adidas NAIA Men's All-America Team. For all the NAIA men's selections ...

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First Team
Goalkeeper
Jeff Jelinek, Hannibal-LaGrange, So.
Defenders
Jared Karkas, Azusa Pacific, Sr.
Gilberto Romero, Hannibal-LaGrange, Sr.
Zach Patterson, Mount Vernon Nazarene, Sr.
Joel Smith, Concordia (Calif.), Jr.
Midfielders
Jon Fahey, Concordia (Calif.), Jr.
Paul Nicholson, Rio Grande, Sr.
Eric Winblad, Azusa Pacific, Jr.
Forwards
Sullivan Silva, Oklahoma Baptist, Jr.
Jakub Piotrowski, Illinois-Springfield, Sr.,
Moses Aduny, Lindsey Wilson, Fr.

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Eric Lefebvre, Houghton, Sr.
Defenders
Andy Carr, Notre Dame (Ohio) Sr.
Mikael Lunneryd, Lindsey Wilson, Fr.
Matt Watts, Mobile, Sr.
Midfielders
Felix Obilo, Bethel (Tenn.), So.
Fraser Williams, McKendree, Fr.
Frederick Were, Lindsey Wilson, So.
Stuart Hilton, Oklahoma City, So.
Forwards
Andre Anderson, Maine-Fort Kent, So.
Ederson Lopes, Rio Grande, So.
Daniel Spieth, Fresno Pacific, Jr.

Third Team

Goalkeeper
James Crawford, Azusa Pacific, Sr..
Defenders
Mile Dragisic, West Virginia Tech, Jr.
Bennett Giles, King, Jr.
Mark Nave, Hastings, Sr.
Midfielders
Bryan Iotte, Concordia (Ore.), Sr.
Lucas Rodriguez, MidAmerica Nazarene, Sr.
Cory Sexson, Hastings, Sr.
Forwards
Mustafa Celic, Holy Names, Jr.
Diego Dias, Illinois Tech, Jr.
Cristian Fernandes, Oklahoma Christian, Jr.
Adam Worrall, Mount Vernon Nazarene, Sr.



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