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NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men's All-America Team
December 7th, 2012 4:58PM
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[AWARDS] The 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Team includes four players from Akron, including repeat selection Scott Caldwell. Two other first-team picks -- JamaicansAndre Blake (Connecticut) and Ashton Bennett (Coastal Carolina) -- were also All-Americans in 2011. For all the selections ...

2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men All-America Team

*Repeat All-American selection(s)

First Team
Name  Class  Pos.  School  Hometown
Andre Blake* So. GK Connecticut  Jamaica
Chad Barson Sr. D Akron Lewis Center, Ohio
Andrew  Farrell Jr. D Louisville Louisville, Ky.
Andrew  Ribeiro Sr. D Creighton Green Bay, Wis.
Scott Caldwell* Sr. M Akron Braintree, Mass.
Jose  Gomez Sr. M Creighton Santa Ana, Calif,
Dillon Powers Sr. M Notre Dame Plano, Texas
Ashton Bennett* Sr. F Coastal Carolina Jamaica
Ryan Finley Sr. F  Notre Dame Lumberton, N.J.
Daniel Haber Jr. F Cornell Toronto
Patrick Mullins Jr. F Maryland New Orleans

Second Team
Name  Class  Pos.  School  Hometown
David Meves Sr. GK Akron Arlington Heights, Ill.
Nick Hagglund Jr. D Xavier Cincinnati
Boyd Okwuonu So. D North Carolina Edmond, Okla.
Dylan Remick Sr. D Brown Inverness, Ill.
Walker  Zimmerman* So. D Furman Lawrenceville, Ga.
Carlos Alvarez* Sr. M Connecticut Los Angeles, Calif.
Leonardo Fernandes Sr. M Stony Brook West Babylon, N.Y.
Ryan  Hollingshead Sr. M UCLA Granite Bay, Calif.
Mamadou Diouf Jr. F  Connecticut Senegal
Steve Neumann Jr. F Georgetown New Hope, Pa.
Devon Sandoval Sr. F New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M.
Chris Thomas Sr. F Elon Snellville, Ga.

Third Team
Name  Class  Pos.  School  Hometown
James Belshaw Sr. GK Duke England
Marcello Castro* Sr. D Sacred Heart  Brazil
Shaun Foster Sr. D Hofstra England
Kyle Venter* Jr. D New Mexico Aurora, Colo.
London Woodberry Sr. D Maryland McKinney, Texas
Ian Christianson Sr. M Georgetown Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Mikey Lopez So. M North Carolina Mission, Texas
John Stertzer* Sr. M Maryland Oakton, Va.
Wil Trapp So. M Akron Gahanna, Ohio
Don Anding Sr. F Northeastern Amity Harbor, N.Y.
Erik  Hurtado Sr. F Santa Clara Portland, Ore.
Robbie Kristo So. F Saint Louis St. Louis, Mo.
Eriq Zavaleta So. F Indiana Westfield, Ind.



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