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COLLEGE: 2004 SOCCER AMERICA Men's MVPs
January 6th, 2005 11:45PM

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Mike Enfield UCLA M Sr.

Topped all Pac-10 scorers with 13 goals and four assists as the Bruins claimed their third straight conference crown.

Jason Garey Maryland F Jr.

Among his 22 goals were four in the ACC Tournament and two in the NCAAs as he led Terrapins to third straight College Cup appearance.

Brad Guzan South Carolina G Soph.

Averaged 5.2 saves a game as he posted a 1.34 goals-against average and carried the Gamecocks to their 17th NCAA Tournament berth.

Tony Lochhead UC Santa Barbara D Sr.

Physically overmatched opponents and spearheaded counterattacks for NCAA runner-ups; finished with a goal and nine assists.

Guy Melamed Boston College M Sr.

Moving up into midfield, Israeli helped Eagles post a 0.49 goals-against-average and contributed a goal and four assists.

Danny O'Rourke Indiana M Sr.

The lion-esque leader of IndianaÆs pride won battles in central midfield and blocked shots in the penalty area for repeat national champions.

Randi Patterson UNC Greensboro F Soph.

Registered at least a point in 17 of his team's 23 games this season, the best in Spartans' history

Michael Parkhurst Wake Forest D Jr.

Positioned between two true freshmen, led defense that allowed 0.96 goals a game against one of the nationÆs toughest schedules.

Ryan Pore Tulsa F Jr.

Mansfield, Ohio, product broke Golden Hurricane records for goals (22) and points (55) in a season.

Gonzalo Segares VCU D Sr.

Costa Rican scored four goals and one assist while leading the Rams, NCAA quarterfinalists for the first time, to eight shutouts.

Jack Stewart Notre Dame D Sr.

The anchor of a defense that remarkably allowed its opponents less than three shots on goal per game while shutting out 11 of them.



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