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Soccer America Men's Preseason All-Americans
August 24th, 2012 5:05AM
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[AWARDS] Connecticut, No. 1 in the Soccer America Men's Preseason Top 25 rankings, leads all schools with three players -- goalie Andre Blake, midfielder Carlos Alvarez and forward Mamadou Diouf -- among 25 men named Soccer America's Preseason All-Americans.

Goalkeepers
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
James Belshaw, Duke, Sr.
Andre Blake, Connecticut, Soph.
Scott Goodwin, North Carolina, Sr.

Defenders
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Sebastien Ibeagha, Duke, Jr.
Eric Miller, Creighton, Soph.
Eric Schoenle, West Virginia, Sr.
Kyle Venter, New Mexico, Sr.
Matt Wiet, UCLA, Sr.
Walker Zimmerman, Furman, Soph.

Midfielders
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Carlos Alvarez, Connecticut, Sr.
Scott Caldwell, Akron, Sr.
Mickey Lopez, North Carolina, Soph.
Jonathan Mendoza, Stetson, Sr.
John Stertzer, Maryland, Sr.
Wil Trapp, Akron, Soph.
Paul Wyatt, James Madison, Sr.

Forwards
PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
Dion Acoff,UC Santa Barbara, Sr.
Ashton Bennett
, Coastal Carolina, Sr.
Mamadou Diouf, Connecticut, Jr.
Giuseppe Gentile, Charlotte, Soph.
Steve Neumann, Georgetown, Jr.
Mark Sherrod, Memphis, Jr.
Yannick Smith, Old Dominion, Sr.
Gyasi Zardes, CSU Bakersfield, Jr.
Eriq Zavaleta, Indiana, Soph.
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2 comments
  1. Kerry Angevine
    commented on: August 24, 2012 at 8:44 a.m.
    It was nice to see Ashton Bennet from COASTAL CAROLINA, not Charlotte, was listed as an All-American candidate. I think this should be corrected. A little more respect is due for someone who has accomplished so much.
  1. Josh Collins
    commented on: August 24, 2012 at 11:49 a.m.
    I love the way this is setup. If the All American team represents a formation with a backup at each position (generally), then the proposed formation is 3 defenders, 3 mids, and 4 forwards. I'd watch that team for sure. From the old FIFA game days, the team is set on all out attack!

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