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2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Men's Division III All-America Team
January 12th, 2012 4:55PM

TAGS:  college men


[AWARDS] Seniors Zach Garcia (Trinity, Texas) and Winston Mattheisen (Christopher Newport) earned their third selections to the 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Men's Division III All-America Team.

2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCAA Men's Division III All-America Team
First Team  
K Steve O'Meara Sr. Luther Darien, Ill
D Alex Laird Jr. St. Lawrence Monroe, N.Y.
D Mark Lavery Sr. Oglethorpe Woodstock, Ga.
D Sean Moriarty Jr. Christopher Newport Yorktown, Va.
M Cody Costakis Sr. Washington (Mo.) Edgewood, Wash.
M Sam DeMello* Jr. St. Lawrence Easthampton, Mass.
M Zach  Garcia** Sr. Trinity (Texas) Dallas, Texas
F Eric Anderson* Jr. Babson Scituate, Mass.
F Brian Lybert Sr. Christopher Newport Honolulu, Hawaii
F David Rosenthal So. St. Olaf Burnsville, Minn.
F Travis Wall* Sr. Ohio Wesleyan Columbus, Ohio
Second Team
K Nathan Sprenkel Sr. DePauw Zionsville, Ind.
D Curtis  Fornarotto Sr. Drew Ewing, N.J.
D Michael  Olson Sr. Luther Downers Grove, Ill.
D Phil  Vestergaard Sr. Williams St. Petersburg, Fla.
D Niro  Wimalase Sr. Case Western Mason, Ohio
M Cory Dobkins Sr. Ohio Northern Dublin, Ohio
M James Garcia-Prats So. Luther Houston, Texas
M Kristoffer Grahn Sr. North Park Tibro, Sweden
M Rory O'Neill   Jr.   Wesleyan Silver Springs, Md.
M Alex Oesewin Sr. Thomas More Louisville, Ky.
F Vinny  Bell* Sr. Case Western Parma Heights, Ohio
F Matt Fechter Jr. Colorado College Westfield, N.J.
F Jamal  Howard Sr. Albertus Magnus West Haven, Conn.
F Sam Meyer Sr. DePauw Northfield, Ill.
Third Team
K Peter  Crowley Sr. Babson Lexington, Mass.
D Kevin  Brown Sr. Montclair State Wayne, N.J.
D Miles Colago Sr. Calvin Anoka, Minn.
D Taylor Ferry Sr. Dickinson Wyndmoor, Pa.
D Jake Urbaniak Sr. Texas Tyler Foresthill, Texas
M Jonathan Balfour Sr. DeSales London, England
M Micah  Rose* Sr. Swarthmore Williston, Vt.
M Dylan Stone Sr. Ohio Wesleyan Easton, Conn.
M Max  Walker Sr. Babson Newton, Mass.
F Eric Fortier Jr. Oneonta Pleasant Valley, N.Y.
F Winston Mattheisen** Sr. Christopher Newport Willilamsburg, Va.
F Pat McLean Sr. Washington (Mo.) Kingswood, Texas
F Corey Sindle So. Randolph Gloucester, Va.
F Clint Vatterrodt Sr. Rose Hulman Bloomington, Ill.
* indicates repeat selection

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