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2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NAIA Men's All-America Team
January 12th, 2012 6:02PM

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[AWARDS] Derek Prinz (Hastings), Joseph Omondi (Bethel, Tenn.), Nikola Velickovic (Columbia, Mo.) and Mario Vila Boa (Bethel, Tenn.) each earned All-America honors for the third time in their careers with the announcement of the 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire NAIA Men's All-America Team.

2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's NAIA All-America Team
First Team
K Carl Goody Sr. William Carey Newmarket, England
D Nate Byarlay Jr. Baker Olathe, Kan.
D Derek Prinz** Sr. Hastings Omaha, Neb.
D Chris Williams Sr. Lindsey Wilson Flint, Wales
M Goffin Boyoko So. Auburn-Montgomery Paris, France
M Lebogang Moloto Jr. Lindsey Wilson Polokwane, South Africa
M Joel Theissen Sr. Rio Grande Newcastle, Australia
F DeShorn Brown* So. Mobile Manchester, Jamaica
F Richard Isberner Jr. Rio Grande Sao Paulo, Brazil
F Paul Islas Jr. Fresno Pacific Fresno, Calif.
F Nate Polak Sr. Hastings Lincoln, Neb.
  
Second Team
K Cody Poteat Sr. Hastings Lincoln, Neb.
D Chris Dillon* Jr. Mobile Bournemouth, England
D Neil Harries Sr. Rio Grande Lancashire, England
D Nikola Velickovic** Jr. Columbia (Mo.) Cacak, Serbia
M Facundo Dipascuale Sr. Concordia (Ore.) Buenos Aires, Argentina
M Sam Fairhurst Jr. Embry-Riddle (Fla.) Wigan, England
M Luis Heitor-Piffer* Sr. Grand View Amparo, Brazil
M Stephen Okai Jr. Mobile Accra, Ghana
F Eduardo Da Silva Sr. Missouri Valley Valledupar, Columbia
F Francois Navarro So. William Carey Paris, France
F Ryan O'Neil* Sr. Great Falls Arima, Trinidad
  
Third Team
K Greg Hartley Jr. Belhaven Manchester, England
K Alex Palomarez Jr. Menlo Fremont, Calif.
D Joseph Omondi** Sr. Bethel (Tenn.) Nairobi, Kenya
D Scott Parkinson So. Science & Arts (Okla.) Liverpool, England
D Alex Rodriguez* Sr. Belhaven Lufkin, Texas
M Dylan Barduzzi Sr. Columbia (Mo.) Florianopolis, Brazil
M Niall Crick* Sr. Science & Arts (Okla.) Leith, Scotland
M Dawyne Smith Sr. Bethel (Tenn.) Kingston, Jamaica
F Alex Chavez Sr. Kansas Wesleyan Los Angeles, Calif.
F Billy Forbes Jr. Lubbock Christian Providenciales, Turk Islands
F Mario Vila Boa** Sr. Bethel (Tenn.) Durban, South Africa



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