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1. Eight ACC teams represented on Preseason Men's All-American Team
August 21st, 2006 3:42PM

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Eight ACC teams have players on the 2006 Soccer America Preseason Men's All-American Team.

Englishman Ben Hunter is the selection for North Carolina, ranked No. 1 in the Soccer America Preseason Men's Top 25. Every ACC team except N.C. State has a player on the Preseason All-American Team. Seven ACC teams are ranked in the Soccer America Top 25.

Southern Conference champion UNC Greensboro is the only team with two players on the Soccer America Preseason Men's All-American Team with midfielder Scott Jones and forward Randi Patterson, both returning All-Americans.

SOCCER AMERICA PRESEASON MEN'S ALL-AMERICAN TEAM

Goalkeepers
PLAYER (COLLEGE/CLASS) HOMETOWN
Mike Gustavson (South Carolina/Junior) Aiken, S.C.
Phil Marfuggi (Clemson/Senior) Manalapan, N.J.
Chris Seitz (Maryland/Soph.) San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Defenders
PLAYER (COLLEGE/CLASS) HOMETOWN
Andrew Boyens (New Mexico/Senior) Dunedin, New Zealand
Andy Iro (UC Santa Barbara/Junior) Liverpool, England
Julius James (Connecticut/Junior) Maloney Gardens, Trinidad
Julian Valentin (Wake Forest/Junior) Lancaster, Pa.

Midfielders
PLAYER (COLLEGE/CLASS) HOMETOWN
Paulo da Silva (SMU/Soph.) Piracicaba, Brazil
Greg Dalby (Notre Dame/Senior) Poway, Calif.
John DiRaimondo (Saint Louis/Senior) St. Louis, Mo.
Rodrigo Hidalgo (South Florida/Junior) West Palm Beach, Fla.
Scott Jones (UNC Greensboro/Senior) Dallas, Texas
Sinisa Ubiparipovic (Akron/Senior) Mentor, Ohio
Mike Videira (Duke/Junior) Milford, Mass.

Forwards
PLAYER (COLLEGE/CLASS) HOMETOWN
Ryan Anderson (Missouri State/Junior) St. Charles, Mo.
Charlie Davies (Boston College/Junior) Manchester, N.H.
Brad Evans (UC Irvine/Senior) Phoenix, Ariz.
Willy Guadarrama (Campbell/Junior) Cedar Park, Texas
Ben Hunter (North Carolina/Senior) Doncaster, England
Patrick Nyarko (Virginia Tech/Soph.) Kumasi, Ghana
Randi Patterson (UNC Greensboro/Senior) Hackensack, N.J.
Yannick Reyering (Virginia/Soph.) Mettingen, Germany


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