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2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division I All-America Team
December 9th, 2011 4:36PM

TAGS:  college men


[AWARDS] Creighton led all schools with four players on the 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Men's Division I All-America Team: Ethan Finlay and Brian Holt (first team) and Andrew Duran and Greg Jordan (second team). North Carolina had three players -- Matt Hedges, Enzo Martinez and Billy Schuler -- named to the first team. Finlay, Schuler and Duke's Andrew Wenger were named finalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy. For all the selections ...

*previous selections.

First Team
GK Brian Holt Sr. Creighton
D Chris Estridge Sr. Indiana
D Matthew Hedges Sr. North Carolina
D Charles Rodriguez Sr. Charlotte
M Miguel Ibarra Sr. UC Irvine
M Enzo Martinez* Jr. North Carolina
M Luis Silva Sr. UC Santa Barbara
F Ashton Bennett Jr. Coastal Carolina
F Ethan Finlay* Sr. Creighton
F Billy Schuler Jr. North Carolina
F Andrew Wenger* Jr. Duke
Second Team 
GK Brian Rowe Sr. UCLA
D RJ Allen* Sr. Monmouth
D Andrew Duran Sr. Creighton
D Kyle Venter Jr. New Mexico
M Carlos Alvarez Jr. Connecticut
M Greg Jordan Sr. Creighton
M Lance Rozeboom Sr. New Mexico
M Paul Wyatt Jr. James Madison
F Dom Dwyer Jr. South Florida
F Evans Frimpong Sr. Delaware
F Darren Mattocks Soph. Akron
F Casey Townsend Sr. Maryland
Third Team 
GK Andre Blake Fr. Connecticut
D Austin Berry Sr. Louisville
D Eric Schoenle Jr. West Virginia
D Walker Zimmerman Fr. Furman
M Scott Caldwell Jr. Akron
M Jonathan Mendoza Jr. Stetson
M Pedro Ribeiro Soph. Coastal Carolina
M John Stertzer Jr. Maryland
F Chandler Hoffman Jr. UCLA
F Mark Sherrod Soph. Memphis
F Yannick Smith Jr. Old Dominion
F Gyasi Zardes Soph. CSU Bakersfield

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