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Georgetown's Allen named Men's Freshman of the Year
January 7th, 2013 4:22AM

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[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Brandon Allen, who led Georgetown to the NCAA Division I final, is the 2012 Soccer America Freshman of the Year. A product of the New York Red Bulls academy, Allen led the Hoyas with 16 goals, tied for sixth in the country. Ten of his goals were game-winners.

Allen scored in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to give Georgetown a 1-0 win over the 2011 runner-up Charlotte and also scored in games won in shootouts against Syracuse and Maryland.

After the season ended, he was called up to train with the U.S. under-20 national team.

MEN'S FRESHMEN OF THE YEAR
2012 -- Brandon Allen (Georgetown)
2011 -- Giuseppe Gentile (Charlotte)
2010 -- Soony Saad (Michigan)
2009 -- Will Bates (Virginia)
2008 -- Casey Townsend (Maryland)
2007 -- Corben Bone (Wake Forest)
2006 -- David Estrada (UCLA)
2005 -- Lee Nguyen (Indiana)
2004 -- Michael Videira (Duke)
2003 -- Vedad Ibisevic (Saint Louis)
2001 -- Jarett Park (Syracuse)
2000 -- Alecko Eskandarian (Virginia)
1999 -- Conor Casey (Portland)
1998 -- Taylor Twellman (Maryland)
1997 -- Nick Garcia (Indiana)
1996 -- Wojtek Krakowiak (St. John's)
1995 -- Jay Heaps (Duke)
1994 -- Nick Bone (Boston University)
1993 -- Andre Parris (Princeton)
1992 -- Guillermo Jara (San Diego)
1991 -- Claudio Reyna (Virginia)
1990 -- Brad Friedel (UCLA)
1989 -- Ruben Tufino (South Carolina)
1988 -- Shaka Hislop (Howard)
1984 -- Bruce Murray (Clemson)



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