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2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCJAA Men's Division I All-America Team
January 12th, 2012 6:03PM
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[AWARDS]Darton's Diego Ramos, the 2011 NSCAA Men's Junior College Division I Player of the Year, leads a group of 23 players designated to the 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's Junior College Division I All-America Team. The lone repeat selection was Real Salt Lake draft pick Sebastian Velazquez of Spartanburg Methodist. The team includes a posthumous recipient: former U.S. U-17 Jose Perez(San Jacinto) lost his life in an automobile accident Sept. 13.

2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's Junior College Division I All-America Team
First Team
K Scott ShewfeltSo. Schoolcraft London, Ont.
D Mario DecarvahloSo. Iowa Western Salvador, Brazil
D Eric GladSo. Pima Seattle, Wash.
D Sasha HaeckerFr. Mercer County Leonberg, Germany
D Momudu SluwarSo. College of DuPage Ardmore, Pa.
M Samuel HosseniSo. Tyler Cologne, Germany
M Diego RamosSo. Darton Deefield Beach, Fla.
M Sebastian Velazquez*So. Spartanburg Methodist Greenville, S.C.
F Molham BabouliFr. Georgia Perimeter Missassauga, Ont.
F Prince LapnetSo. Oakton Silver Springs, Md.
F Kyle MorrisFr. Yavapai Hartlepool, England
  
Second Team
K Chris McGaugheyFr. Tyler Armagh, Ireland
K Conor KnoxSo. Southwestern Illinois O'Fallon, Ill.
D Alexandru GrigoritaFr. Bryant & Stratton Brooklyn, N.Y.
D Troy TuckerFr. Darton Smiths Parrish, Bermuda
M Felipe HerediaSo. Chemeketa Hood River, Ore.
M Ignacio MateosSo. Iowa Western Valladolid, Spain
M Jose PerezFr. San Jacinto Euless, Texas
M Rafael RamosSo. Lincoln Land Sao Paulo, Brazil
F Guillermo AlvarezFr. San Jacinto Madrid, Spain
F Fabio MachadoFr. Burlington County Leominster, Mass.
F Jagdeep MakhSo. Louisburg Slough, England
F Jose RodriguezFr. Western Texas El Paso, Texas
*indicates repeat selection



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