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2013 All-Freshman Teams
January 15th, 2014 8AM

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[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Real Salt Lake homegrown signing Jordan Allen (Virginia), highly rated Canadian national team call-up Cyle Larin (UConn) and Tommy Thompson (Indiana), son of former U.S. national team defender Gregg Thompson were all named to the 2013 Soccer America Men's All-Freshman first team. For all the selections ...

SA All-Freshman First Team

GK Steffen Kraus, George Mason
M Jordan Allen, Virginia
F Guillermo Delgado, Delaware
M Ismaila Jome, UC Santa Barbara
M Zeiko Lewis, Boston College
M Cyle Larin, Connecticut
F Jordan Morris, Stanford
M Adam Najem, Akron
F Cristian Roldan, Washington
M Eddie Sanchez, Portland
F Tommy Thompson, Indiana

SA All-Freshman Second Team

GK Zack Steffen, Maryland
D Kwame Awuah, Connecticut
M Andrew Brody, Louisville
F Bobby Edet, Furman
F Emil Ekblom, Syracuse
F David Goldsmith, Butler
M Ian Harkes, Wake Forest
M Omar Holness, North Carolina
F Brody Huitema, Duke
F Mason Robertson, Washington
D Joshua Yaro, Georgetown


1 comment
  1. Kent James
    commented on: January 16, 2014 at 10:50 a.m.
    Why do defenders get no love? Not a single one in the first team? Maybe it takes more experience to be a good defender than a more offensive player...


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