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Soccer America Men's Collegiate MVPs
January 17th, 2001 12AM
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National champion Connecticut could not have gone the distance without the trio of defender Chris Gbandi, midfielder Brent Rahim and striker Darin Lewis. They join eight others as the 2000 Soccer America MVPs.
G Henry Ring (South Carolina ò senior)
Kept Gamecocks in the tight games
D Chris Gbandi (Connecticut ò junior)
SA Player of the Year turned MLS heads
D Cory Gibbs (Brown ò senior)
Did it all for Ivy champs
M Mark Lisi (Clemson ò senior)
Ran midfield for Tigers
M Ryan Mack (Indiana ò junior)
Took rebuilding Hoosiers back to final four
M Ryan Nelsen (Stanford ò senior)
Defensive midfielder also contributed in attack
M Brent Rahim (Connecticut ò senior)
T&T international showed his experience
F Chris Carrieri (North Carolina ò junior)
Led the nation in scoring: 25 goals in 24 games
F Mohamed Fahim (SMU ò junior)
Led Mustangs with 25 goals and 57 points
F Darin Lewis (Connecticut ò senior)
Main scoring threat for national champs
F Brian Mullan (Creighton ò senior)
BluejaysÆ spearhead had 18 goals and 13 assists

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