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2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Men's Division II All-America Team
January 12th, 2012 6:02PM
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[AWARDS]Four players from NCAA Division II champion Fort Lewis, including two-time All-America Fabian King, earned first-team honors on the 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Men's Division II All-America Team. Fort Lewis and Rockhurst each placed five players on the All-American teams.

2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Men's Division II All-America Team
First Team
K Ryan WirthSr. Fort Lewis Bayfield, Colo.
D Max BaessatoJr. Simon Fraser North Vancouver, B.C.
D Berekk BlackwellSr. Fort Lewis Scottsdale, Ariz.
D Fabian Kling*Sr. Fort Lewis Augsburg, Germany
D Kyle MillerSr. Rockhurst Overland Park, Kan.
M Thomas HoangSr. Fort Lewis Colorado Springs, Colo.
M Tyler SchultzSr. Seattle Pacific Scottsdale, Ariz.
M Diego Tabares*Sr. Franklin Pierce Seekonk, Mass.
F Carlo BassoSoph. Simon Fraser Coquitlam, B.C.
F Chance Bukoski*Sr. Hawaii Pacific Kappa, Hawaii
F Mark MageeSoph. Rockhurst Evesham, England
Second Team
K Ryan BassSoph. Rockhurst Jackson, Mo.
D Tommy BarrickSr. Northern Kentucky Gahanna, Ohio
D Jon PearmanJr. Seattle Pacific Glendale, Ariz.
D Tom Reilly*Sr. Franklin Pierce Wallasey, England
D Spence Ryan*Sr. Midwestern State Decatur, Texas
M Joshua BennettSr. Simon Fraser Hamilton, Ont.
M Joey MadiganSr. Fort Lewis Centennial, Colo.
M Paolo ScoppolaSoph. Rockhurst Rome, Italy
F Tesho Akindele*Soph. Colorado School of Mines Thornton, Colo.
F Mark AndersonSr. Barry Durham, England
F Scott GrodeSr. Metro State Gilbert, Ariz.
F Callum RileySr. Incarnate Word Leicester, England

Third Team
K Vinny PapageorgiouSr. Franklin Pierce Wilmington, Mass.
D Fernando BedoyaFr. Coker Miami, Fla.
D Matt BesuschkoSoph. Simon Fraser Port Moody, B.C.
D John ClaffeySr. Millersville Glen Mills, Pa.
D Justin ClarkSr. Rollins Atlanta, Ga.
M Cory DeanSr. Fort Lewis Albuquerque, N.M.
M Lucas De RossiFr. Rockhurst Trevignano Romano, Italy
M Guilherme OliveiraJr. Barry Belo Horizonte, Brazil
F Ashton CampbellSr. Tiffin Luton, England
F Ferid Celosmanovic*Sr. Chico State Brcko, Bosnia
F Grant EllisonSr. Quincy O'Fallon, Mo.
F Harald GracholskiSr. Lynn Cologne, Germany
F Cemil TuranSoph. C.W. Post Staten Island, N.Y.
* indicates repeat selection

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