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2011 NSCAA/Continental Tires NCCAA Men's Division III All-America Team
January 12th, 2012 6:03PM
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[AWARDS]Mt. San Antonio's Alfredo Ontiveros, the 2011 NSCAA Men's Junior College Division III Player of the Year, heads the 2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's Junior College Division III All-America Team.

2011 NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's Junior College Division III All-America Team
First Team
K Alfredo OntiverosSo. Mt. San Antonio La Puente, Calif.
D Alejandro CovarrubiasSo. Cerritos Bell, Calif.
D Eric Flores So. Mt. San Antonio Pomona, Calif.
M Eric BettencourtSo. De Anza Fremont, Calif.
M Ivan Campos   So. Hartnell Salinas, Calif.
M Chris KatonaSo. Brookdale Community Howell, N.J.
M Reco McLarenSo. Herkimer County Bridgeport, Conn.
F Charlie AndersonFr. Herkimer County Southhampton, England
F Max Estrada   So. Hartnell Salinas, Calif.
F David NeubirthSo. Howard Sykesville, Md.
F Valdo NormillFr. Union County Roselle, N.J.
Second Team
D Karl HallSo. Richland College Dallas, Texas
D Cameron Leaver Fr. City College of San Francisco Daly City, Calif.
D Devarr PedlarSo. Herkimer County Brooklyn, N.Y.
M Andrew Campbell So. Fresno City Fresno, Calif.
M Jorge Cervantes  So. Los Angeles Harbor Redondo Beach, Calif.
M Samir NaamaneFr. Tompkins-Cortland Casablanca, Morocco
M Blaise SindjuiSo. Howard Laurel, Md.
F Dave CornwellSo. Brookdale Redbank, N.J.
F Luis Fuentes  So. Mt. San Antonio Baldwin Park, Calif.
F Victor PinalFr. Richland Dallas, Texas
F Kramer RunagerSo. Foothill Sunnyvale, Calif.

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