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2011 PDL All-Conference teams
August 1st, 2011 2:54PM

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[AWARDS] Each of the four PDL finalists is represented on the 2011 PDL all-conference teams.  The Western Conference champion Kitsap Pumas, the host for this weekend’s PDL championship, had a trio of players chosen: goalkeeper Bryan Meredith, defender Daniel Scott and midfielder Nikolas Besagno, the former No. 1 MLS SuperDraft pick.
 
Kitsap is one of four clubs, along with Reading United AC, the Michigan Bucks and the Central Florida Kraze, to have three players selected.
 
The Eastern Conference champion Long Island Rough Riders are represented by forward Dominick Sarle, who tallied 10 goals and five assists in 16 games.  In the Central Conference the Thunder Bay Chill is led by All-Central Conference selections Wilson Rodrigues-Neto on defense and Brandon Swartzendruber at forward.
 
Rounding out the final four is the Southern Conference champion Laredo Heat, which is represented on the All-Southern Conference Team by defender Carlos Ordaz and forward Esteban Bayona.
 
2011 PDL All-Conference Teams:
Eastern Conference
GK – Brian Holt, Reading United AC
D – Kyle Manscuk, Ottawa Fury
D – Brian Fekete, MPS Portland Phoenix
D – Shawn Foster, Jersey Express
D – Matthew Baker, Reading United AC
MF – Jason Massie, MPS Portland Phoenix
MF – Keishen Bean, Bermuda Hogges
MF – Stephen Okai, Reading United AC
F – Jake Keegan, Westchester Flames
F – Dominick Sarle, Long Island Rough Riders
F – Hakan Ilhan, Carolina Dynamo
 
Central Conference
GK – Mitch Hildebrandt, Michigan Bucks
D – Kevin Cope, Chicago Fire
D – Stewart Givens, Michigan Bucks
D – Jonathan Raj, Chicago Fire
D – Wilson Rodrigues Neto, Thunder Bay Chill
MF – John Sosa, Des Moines Menace
MF – Albert Edward, River City Rovers
MF – Thomas Catalano, Michigan Bucks
F – Adam Mena, Indiana Invaders
F – Branden Stelmak, Cincinnati Kings            
F – Brandon Swartzendruber, Thunder Bay Chill
 
Western Conference
GK – Bryan Meredith, Kitsap Pumas
D – Dillon Barna, Ventura County Fusion
D – Fernando DeAlba, LA Blues 23
D – Ryan Kawulok, Portland Timbers U23s
D – Daniel Scott, Kitsap Pumas
MF – Daniel Barrera, Ventura County Fusion
MF - Nikolas Besagno, Kitsap Pumas
MF – Jose Cuevas, Fresno Fuego
F – Milton Blanco, Fresno Fuego
F – Chandler Hoffman, Orange County Blue Star
F – Brent Richards, Portland Timbers U23s
 
Southern Conference
GK – Keneil Baker, Central Florida Kraze
D – Hugo Samano Contreras, Chivas El Paso Patriots
D – Carlos Ordaz, Laredo Heat
D – Guilherme Reis, Bradenton Academics
D – Daniel Sackman, Central Florida Kraze
MF – Michael Azira, Mississippi Brilla
MF – Enrique Cervantes, Chivas El Paso Patriots
MF – Jonathan Mendoza, Central Florida Kraze
F – Moses Aduny, Mississippi Brilla
F – Esteban Bayona, Laredo Heat
F – Achille Campion, Baton Rouge Capitals



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