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UNC and Creighton players head Men's MVPs first team
December 23rd, 2011 2:04AM



[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Three players from champion North Carolina -- Ben Speas, Matt Hedges and Billy Schuler -- and two from Creighton -- Brian Holt and Ethan Finlay -- head the 2011 Soccer America MVPs first team. UCLA has one first-team selection and two second-team picks. For all the 2011 MVPs ...

MVPs First Team
GK Brian Holt (Creighton), Jr.
F Dom Dwyer (USF), Jr.
F Ethan Finlay (Creighton), Sr.
D Matt Hedges (North Carolina), Sr.
F Chandler Hoffman (UCLA), Jr.
F Darren Mattocks (Akron), Soph.
D Charles Rodriguez (Charlotte), Sr.
M Ben Speas (North Carolina), Jr.
F Billy Schuler (North Carolina), Jr.
M Luis Silva (UC Santa Barbara), Sr.
F Andrew Wenger (Duke), Jr.

MVPs Second Team

GK Brian Rowe (UCLA), Sr.
F Ashton Bennett (Coastal Carolina), Jr.
D Austin Berry (Louisville), Sr.
F Evans Frimpong (Delaware), Sr.
F Miguel Ibarra (UC Irvine), Sr.
F Arthur Ivo (SMU), Sr.
D Andrew Jean-Baptiste (Connecticut), Soph.
M Enzo Martinez (North Carolina), Jr.
M Kelyn Rowe (UCLA), Soph.
D Kyle Venter (New Mexico), Jr.
M Paul Wyatt (James Madison), Jr.
F Gyasi Zardes (CSU Bakersfield), Soph.

Soccer America's MVPs were introduced in 1976 and honor the players who have had the biggest impact on their team's success regardless of position. Beginning in 2007, Soccer America selected first and second teams.

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