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2009 NCAA Men's Division II All-American team
December 14th, 2009 9:15AM
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[AWARDS] Third-time recipients Kevin Gallaugher of Cal State Dominguez Hills and Nestor Hernandez of Lewis head the 2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men's NCAA Division II All-America Team.

Cal State Los Angeles led all teams with four players earning All-American honors.

2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru NCAA Men's Division II All-America Team
First Team
K, Ryan Thompson, Sr., Tampa
D, Mickey Daly, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
D, Kevin Gallaugher **, Sr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
D, Richard Kentish, Sr., Southern New Hampshire
M, Jon David Gruenewald, Sr., Rollins
M, Andrew Marinez, Sr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
M, Tom Settle, Sr., Fort Lewis, Durango
F, Victor Regalado, Jr., Cal State Stanislaus
F, Jeremy Deighton, Sr., Slippery Rock
F, Angelo Reina, Jr., Le Moyne
F, Federico Cino, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles

Second Team
K, Sean Paradise, Sr., Lees-McRae
D, Dan Ingvarsson, Jr., Tampa
D, Sean Lawlor, Jr., Le Moyne
D, Allen Thomson, Jr., Midwestern State
M, Marc Goulet, Sr., Southern New Hampshire
M, Predrag Ivanovic, So., Charleston (W.Va.)
M, Rob Vincent, Fr., Charleston (W.Va.)
F, Mark Anderson, So., Barry
F, Berin Boracic, Sr., Lees-McRae
F, Kyle Ciliento, Fr., Grand Canyon
F, Paulo Vaz, So., Lynn

Third Team
K, Greg Blum, Jr., Slippery Rock
D, Tom Pool, Jr., Slippery Rock
D, Jamie Scope, Sr., Incarnate Word
D, Jeremy Yoder, Jr., Millersville, Leola, Pa.
M, Miguel Cucue, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
M, Frantz Francois, Sr., Franklin Pierce
M, Azael Gomez, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
F, Nestor Hernandez**, Sr., Lewis
F, Pascal Millien *, Sr., Tampa
F, Dion Peters, So., Charleston (W.Va.)
F, Euan Purcell, Sr., Fort Lewis
F, Adrian Schippers, Sr., Southern New Hampshire
*Prior selection



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