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NSCAA All-Americans: NCAA Division I Men
December 11th, 2016 5:58PM
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Men's College Cup runner-up Wake Forest placed three seniors on the 2016 NSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s All-America first team: Alec Ferrell, Ian Harkes and Jacori Hayes. For all the All-Americans ...

First
Team
Pos First Class School Hometown
GK Alec Ferrell Sr. Wake Forest Westlake, Ohio
D Alex Crognale Sr. Maryland Gahanna, Ohio
D Reagan Dunk* Sr. Denver Dallas, Texas
D Tomas Hilliard-Arce Jr. Stanford Matthews, N.C.
D Miles Robinson So. Syracuse Arlington, Mass.
M Ian Harkes Sr. Wake Forest Fairfax, Va.
M Jacori Hayes Sr. Wake Forest Bowie, Md.
M Tanner Thompson** Sr. Indiana Granite Bay, Calif.
F Wuilito Fernandes Sr. UMass Lowell Cape Verde
F Julian Gressel Sr. Providence Germany
F Albert Ruiz Jr. FGCU Spain
F Gordon Wild So. Maryland Germany
Second Team
Pos First Class School Hometown
GK Andrew Epstein Jr. Stanford Fort Collins, Colo.
D Tristan Blackmon Jr. Pacific Las Vegas, Nev.
D Tim Kubel Jr. Louisville Germany
D Grant Stoneman So. Loyola, Ill. St. Charles, Ill.
M Christian Flath Sr. Rider Germany
M Cam Lindley Fr. North Carolina Carmel, Ind.
M Napo Matsoso Sr.  Kentucky Louisville, Ky.
F Will Bagrou Jr. Mercer Dacula, Ga.
F David Goldsmith Sr. Butler England
F Foster Langsdorf Jr. Stanford Vancouver, Wash.
F Edward Opoku So. Virginia Ghana
F Brian Wright Sr. Vermont Ajax, Ont.
Third Team
Pos First Class School Hometown
GK Alex Kapp Sr. Creighton Westchester, N.Y.
D Brandon Aubrey Sr.  Notre Dame Plano, Texas
D Francis De Vries** Sr. Saint Francis, Pa. New Zealand
D Wyatt Omsberg Jr. Dartmouth Scarborough, Maine
D Jo Vetle Rimstad Sr. Radford Norway
M Jose Hernandez So. UCLA  Mexico
M Paul Hoffmeister Jr. Utah Valley Germany
M Adam Najem* Sr. Akron Clifton, N.J.
F Marcelo Acuna Jr. Virginia Tech Costa Rica
F Guillermo Delgado*** Sr. Delaware Spain
F Niko Hansen Sr. New Mexico Calif.
F Chris Mueller Jr. Wisconsin Schaumburg, Ill.
*Previous All-America selections.


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