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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2006
Before the 2006 season, UCLA's incoming class was ranked as the nation's best, but it wasn't because of Soccer America Men's Freshman of the Year David Estrada. In an incoming class that featured three U.S. U-17 residency standouts -- Kyle Nakazawa, Michael Stephens and Bryan Perk -- Estrada was an ... Read the whole story
Soccer America Men's Freshman of the Year David Estrada (UCLA) Soccer America Men's All-Freshmen FIRST TEAM F Andre Akpan (Harvard) D Nick Cardenas (San Diego State) F David Estrada (UCLA) M Michael Farfan (Cal State Fullerton) M Jeremy Hall (Maryland) G Sean Kelley (George Mason) M Stephen McCarthy (Santa Clara) ... Read the whole story
It was an exceptional crop of freshmen in women's college soccer, featuring four players -- North Carolina's Tobin Heath and Casey Nogueira, UCLA's Lauren Cheney and Stanford's Kelley O'Hara -- who missed the first two weeks of the 2006 season to represent the USA at the U-20 Women's World Championship ... Read the whole story
Soccer America Women's Freshman of the Year Michele Weissenhofer (Notre Dame) Soccer America Women's All-Freshmen FIRST TEAM G Kristin Arnold (Texas A&M) F Kiki Bosio (Santa Clara) F Lauren Cheney (UCLA) F Gina DiMartino (Boston College) F Michelle Enyeart (Portland) D Kristi Eveland (North Carolina) M Tobin Heath (North Carolina) ... Read the whole story
Goalkeeper Chris Seitz, a 2006 Soccer America Men's MVP, and Maurice Edu, a 2006 first-team NSCAA All-America midfielder, will forego their remaining eligibility at Maryland to pursue pro opportunities. The 6-foot-4 Seitz, who is currently training with the U.S. U-20 national team, is considered one of the top goalie prospects ... Read the whole story
Trinidad & Tobago coach Wim Rijsbergen called up seven collegians among 41 players picked to attend a training camp Dec. 18-22 in preparation for the 2007 CFU Digicel Cup T&T will host in January. Rijsbergen, the former Dutch World Cup star and New York Cosmos defender, recently held a four-day ... Read the whole story
NCAA Division II Men Ft. Lewis star John Cunliffe picked up his third All-America award. Cunliffe was one of four Englishmen to earn first-team honors along with defender Leon Jackson (Lynn), midfielder Thomas Beattie (Limestone) and forward Nick Cooke (Lander). Six other Englishmen earned second- or third-team honors. NCAA Division ... Read the whole story
JC Division I Men NJCAA D1 champion Jefferson of Missouri had a pair of Floridians -- first-team freshman forward Claudio Dantas (Deerfield Beach) and second-team sophomore defender Stanley Mathurin (Delray Beach) -- earn honors. JC Division I Women Sophomore midfielders Aline Pugliesi and Megan Bruso, both first-team selections, were among ... Read the whole story



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