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Bunbury, Bone and Akpan are Hermann finalists
December 12th, 2009 7:30AM

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Akron's Teal Bunbury, Wake Forest's Corben Bone and Harvard's Andre Akpan are the three finalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club's Men's Hermann Trophy.

Akpan, a senior forward from Grand Prairie, Texas, was the 2009 Ivy League Player of the Year and a unanimous choice to the All-Ivy League first team. This season he led the Crimson with 12 goals, including four game-winning tallies, and 30 points. Akpan concluded his career as Harvard's all-time leading scorer.

Bone, a junior midfielder from Plano, Texas, scored three goals and added 13 assists for 19 points, earning ACC Offensive Player of the Year honors. He scored in Wake's 2-1 NCAA semifinal loss to Virginia.
 
Bunbury, a sophomore forward from Prior Lake, Minn., was the 2009 Mid-American Conference Player of the Year. He led the nation in goals with 17, including five game-winners, and added five assists to lead the team with 39 points. Bunbury has led top-seeded Akron into the College Cup final a perfect 23-0-1 record.

He is the second consecutive Akron player to be voted a finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy, following 2008 runner-up Steve Zakuani.



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