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College: 1995 Soccer America Men's MVPs
January 1st, 1995 12AM
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The following are the 1995 Soccer America Men's Collegiate MVP's as selected by the editors of Soccer America Magazine, America's No. 1 soccer publication for 25 years:

Mike Fisher (Virginia)juniorforward

Soccer America's Player of the Year had 21 goals, 15 assists

Paul Grafer (William & Mary)seniorgoalkeeper

Perfect in CAA tourney; emerged as national standout

Daniel Hernandez (SMU)sophomoremidfielder

Served the quarterfinalist well in several roles

Guillermo Jara (San Diego)seniorforward

His 16 goals, 6 assists cap career that made USD

Brian Kelly (Duke)juniorforward

Best left-sided attacker in nation; 16 goals, 11 assists

Scott Lamphear (Wisconsin)seniordefender

Led NCAA-winning defense that shut out each playoff foe

Clint Mathis (South Carolina)sophomoreforward

Scored in each of USC's first 11 games; finished with 25

Matt McKeon (St. Louis)seniormidfielder

His 17 goals, 20 assists carried depleted Billikens

Brandon Pollard (Virginia)seniordefender

Defended hard and assisted in each playoff game

Damian Silvera (Virginia)seniormidfielder

Marshaled team that notched 83 goals in 24 games

Andrew Williams (Rhode Island)sophomoreforward

Put URI on the map with 18 goals, 19 assists

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