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Carolina trio heads Men's All-Freshman first team
December 23rd, 2011 2:06AM
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[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] National champion North Carolina led all teams with three players -- Mikey Lopez, Jordan McCrary and Boyd Okwuonu -- on the 2011 Soccer America All-Freshman first team.

Akron and Northwestern had one player on both the first and second teams.

All-Freshman First Team
GK Andre Blake (Connecticut)
F Andrew Bevin (West Virginia)
D Nikko Boxall (Northwestern)
F Giuseppe Gentile (Charlotte)
D Walker Zimmerman (Furman)
M Mikey Lopez (North Carolina)
D Jordan McCrary (North Carolina)
D Boyd Okwuonu (North Carolina)
F Nick Palodichuk (Duke)
M Wil Trapp (Akron)
F Eriq Zavaleta (Indiana)

All-Second Team
GK Tyler Miller (Northwestern)
F Brynjar Benediktsson (Clemson)
M Seth Casiple (California)
D Darion Copeland (UAB)
F Juan Pablo Correa (Rutgers)
M Jimmy McLaughlin (Colgate)
M Diego Medina-Mendez (Boston College)
D Juan Monge Solano (VCU)
F C. Nortey (Marquette)
F Matt Wiesenfarth (UC Davis)
D DeAndre Yedlin (Akron)



1 comment
  1. Ed Arvizo
    commented on: December 27, 2011 at noon
    Just 2 players from the West... Really ?

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