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NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Men's All-America Teams
December 9th, 2012 11:49PM



[AWARDS] Robert Vincent (Charleston) and Tesho Akindele (Colorado School of Mines) both earned their NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Men's All-America recognition. Englishman Jason Sangha, a third-team All-American selection, was the only player honored from NCAA Division II champion Lynn.

*Repeat All-America selections.

First Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Jose Silva So. GK Merrimack Northborough, Mass.
Eirik Bjoernoe Jr. D LIU Post  Norway
Colin Bjostad Sr. D West Texas A&M  Flower Mound, Texas
Brian Fekete Sr. D  Tampa Plant City, Fla.
Vincent Bailey Jr. M  Incarnate Word England
Robert Vincent** Sr. M  Charleston England
Michael Winter* Sr. M Simon Fraser  Vancouver, B.C.
Tesho Akindele** Jr. F Colorado School of Mines Thornton, Colo.
Carlo Basso* Jr. F Simon Fraser  Coquitlam, B.C.
Dominic Furness Sr. F West Texas A&M   England
Kenny Hogg Jr. F Palm Beach Atlantic  Scotland
Zach Myers Sr. F Saginaw Valley State  Grand Rapids, Mich.
Saeed Robinson Sr. F Grand Canyon  Jamaica

Second Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Ryan Bass* Jr. GK Rockhurst  Jackson, Mo.
Taylor Diem Sr. D Regis  Middleton, Wis.
Chris Garavaglia So. D Quincy  St. Louis, Mo.
Helge Neumann Sr. D Simon Fraser  Norway
Clement Simonin So. D Lander  France
Franklin Lemus Pena Sr. M Merrimack Revere, Mass.
Tom Owens Jr. M Notre Dame England
Ruben Resendes Sr. M Southern New Hamp.  Fall River, Mass.
Mark Magee* Jr. F  Rockhurst   England
Martin Maybin So. F Regis  Northern Ireland
Mario Pinto Jr. F Lincoln Memorial  Brazil
Cemil Turan* Jr. F LIU Post Staten Island, N.Y.

Third Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Jason Wise Sr. GK Saginaw Valley State  Troy, Mich.
Eric Crawford So. D Northeastern State  Toronto, Ont.
Walker Hume Fr.  D Rollins Austin, Tex.
James Nero Jr. D  the Incarnate Word Charlotte, N.C.
Jason Sangha So. D Lynn  England
Weston Zeiner Sr. D Bentley  North Granby, Conn.
Vinny Caccavale Jr. M NYIT West Islip, N.Y.
Logan Miller So. M Regis  Tomball, Texas
Carlos Recinos Sr. M Coker Houston, Texas
William White Sr. M Northeastern State  Durant, Okla.
Joe Baccielo Jr. F Post  Stratford, Conn.
Robbie Bennett So. F Gannon South Africa
Paul Islas Sr. F Fresno Pacific  Fresno, Calif.
Alex Manea Sr. F Mercyhurst Romania
Homero Morais So. F  Mass.-Lowell Somerville, Mass.

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