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2009 NCAA Men's Division III All-American team
December 14th, 2009 9:15AM



[AWARDS] Santiago Mejia (Loras), Terrence Johnson (Stevens Tech) and Jon Ports (York College) earned All-American honors for the third time and head the 2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men's NCAA Division III All-America Team. For all the recipients ...

2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men's NCAA Division III All-America Team
First Team
K, Zach Carr, Jr., Stevens Tech
D, Eric Laipple, Jr., Ohio Wesleyan
D, Bart Misiak *, Jr., Plattsburgh
D, Conor Smith, Sr., Williams
D, Harrison Watkins, Jr., Middlebury
M, Cody Antonini, So., Muhlenberg
M, Santiago Mejia **, Sr., Loras
M, Geoff Pezon, Jr., Messiah
M, Jon Ports **, Sr., York (Pa.)
F, Matthew Brady, Sr., Catholic
F, Terrence Johnson**, Sr., Stevens Tech
F, Kyle Sterling *, Sr., Salisbury
F, Tyler Wall *, Jr., Ohio Wesleyan

Second Team
K, Michael Peacock, Sr., Rochester
D, Robert Carlton*, Sr., Carleton
D, Alex Dos Santos, Jr., Western New England
D, Jeremy Fischer, Sr., Kenyon
D, Matt Lewis, Sr., Amherst
M, Joseph Cullen, Sr., Montclair State
M, Zach Garcia, So., Trinity (Texas)
M, Peter Marlette, Jr., Trinity (Conn.)
M, Woody Redpath, Sr., Wesleyan
F, Clint Foster, Sr., U.S. Merchant Marine Acad.
F, Ricky Griffin *, Sr., Carnegie Mellon
F, Ben Grossman, Sr., Trinity (Texas)
F, John Mattheisen, So., Christopher Newport
F, Yuri Moreira, Jr., Wheaton (Mass.)

Third Team
K, Adam Purdy, Fr., Wesleyan
D, Chris Faustino, Jr., Stevens Tech
D, Kyle Kempinski, Sr., U.S. Merchant Marine Acad.
D, Derek MacLean, Sr., Pacific Lutheran
D, Mariusz Napiorkowski, So., Dominican (Ill.)
D, Michael Stark *, Jr., Roanoke
M, Miguel Bonilla, Jr., Loras
M, Patrick Brown, Sr., Lynchburg
M, Yaw Danso, Sr., Principia
M, Lincoln Field, Sr., RP
M, Dan Kmetz, Jr., Calvin
F, Steven Abgarian, Sr., SUNY-Brockport
F, Scott Bukoski, Jr., Johns Hopkins
F, Matt Fondy, Jr., UC Santa Cruz
F, Steven McCarthy *, Sr., Capital
*Prior selection

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