College: Soccer America's Men's Team of the Decade

Soccer America Magazine announces its Men's College Team of the Decade and Player of the Decade: Soccer America Men's Player of the Decade Claudio Reyna (Virginia 1991-93) The Soccer America Men's All-Decade Team Goalkeeper Brad Friedel (UCLA 1990-92) Flawless keeper was key to Bruins' 1990 title. Defenders Brian Bates (Virginia 1990-93) Swept behind and in front of defense and was able in attack. Erik Imler (Virginia 1989-92) Defensive boss of best college lineup ever: 1992 Cavs. Clint Peay (Virginia 1991-94) A paragon of poise, he has four championship rings. Cam Rast (Santa Clara 1989-92) Key to Broncos' emergence as national power. Midfielders Mike Fisher (Virginia 1993-96) A dynamo who compiled 56 goals and 55 assists. Henry Gutierrez (North Carolina State 1988-91) Scored (41) and assisted (32) for electric Wolfpack. Claudio Reyna (Virginia 1991-93) The smooth maestro conducted a dynasty. Forwards Aleksey Korol (Indiana 1996-99) His clutch goals put Hoosiers back on top. Andrew Williams (Rhode Island 1994-97) Scored 52 goals and notched 45 assists for Rams. A.J. Wood (Virginia 1991-94) Scored record 13 NCAA playoff goals; won four titles.
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