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NCAA Division I Men's All-America Team
December 13th, 2013 3:27PM
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[AWARDS] MAC Hermann Trophy finalists Patrick Mullins (Maryland) and Harrison Shipp (Notre Dame) were the only Men's College Cup participants named to the 2013 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men's All-America first team.

Kyle Venter (New Mexico) was named to the second team, while Grant Van De Casteele (Notre Dame) and Eric Bird (Virginia) were third-team selections.

Venter and UConn junior keeper Andre Blake were three-time picks.

*=previous selections.

First Team
Pos.  First  Last  Class  School  Hometown
GK Andre Blake** Jr. Connecticut Jamaica
D Steve Birnbaum Sr. California Irvine, Calif.
D AJ Cochran Jr. Wisconsin St. Louis, Mo.
D Taylor Peay Sr. Washington Salt Lake City, Utah
M Laurie Bell Jr. Wisconsin-Milwaukee England
M Aodhan Quinn Sr. Akron San Diego, Calif.
M Leo  Stolz Jr. UCLA Germany
F Pete Caringi III Sr. UMBC Perry Hall, Md.
F Sagi Lev-Ari Jr. Cal State Northridge Israel
F Patrick Mullins* Sr. Maryland New Orleans, La.
F Harrison Shipp Sr. Notre Dame Lake Forest, Ill.

Second Team
Pos.  First  Last  Class  School  Hometown
GK Winston Boldt Jr. Army St. Louis, Mo.
D Omar Ballo Jr. UMBC Baltimore, Md.
D Marco  Franco Sr.  UC Irvine Chino Hills, Calif.
D Bryan  Gallego Jr. Akron Kinnelon, N.J.
D Kyle Venter** Sr.  New Mexico Aurora, Colo.
M Adria Beso Jr. Connecticut Spain
M Thomas McNamara Sr.  Clemson West Nyack, N.Y.
M Pedro Ribeiro* Sr. Coastal Carolina  Brazil
F Brandon Allen So. Georgetown Old Bridge, N.J.
F Guillermo Delgado Fr. Delaware Spain
F Tim Hopkinson Sr.  Old Dominion England
F Steve Neumann* Sr.  Georgetown New Hope, Pa.

Third Team
Pos.  First  Last  Class  School  Hometown
GK Stefan Krause Fr. George Mason Germany
D Mayowa Alli Sr.  Bucknell Lanham, Md.
D Grant Van De Casteele Sr.  Notre Dame Plano, Texas
D Joseph Greenspan Jr. Navy Westfield, N.J.
D Sebastian  Ibeagha Sr.  Duke Missouri City, Texas
D Kevin Cope Sr.  Michigan State Canton, Mich.
M Kadeem  Dacres Sr.  UMBC Rosedale, N.Y.
M Eric Bird Jr. Virginia Virginia Beach, Va.
M Enrique Cardenas Sr.  UC Irvine Coachella, Calif.
F Reinaldo Brenes Sr.  Akron Costa Rica
F Kevin Correa So. St. Francis (N.Y.) Flushing, N.Y.
F Robbie Kristo* Jr. Saint Louis St. Louis, Mo.
F Mark Sherrod* Sr.  Memphis   Knoxville, Tenn.


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