NSCAA All-Americans: NAIA

Hastings sophomore Daniel Whitehall (34 goals and added nine assists) and Northwestern Ohio sophomore Camilla Andersen (35 goals and seven assists) were named the NAIA Men's and Women's Players of the Year, respectively. For this year's NAIA All-America Teams ...

2016 NSCAA NAIA Men's All-America Teams
Player of the Year: Daniel Whitehall (England), Hastings
First Team
Pos Name Class School Hometown
GK Nikola Kahvedzic So. Northwestern Ohio Serbia
D Fernando Machado* Jr. Oklahoma Wesleyan Brazil
D Michael Gonzalo* Jr. Northwestern Ohio England
D Heitor de Melo Sr. Rio Grande Brazil
M Perica Obradovic* Jr. Oklahoma Wesleyan Serbia
M Eduardo Heringer Sr. MidAmerica Nazarene Brazil
M Sam Blackman Sr. Grand View England
M Jorge Guinovart Jr. Rio Grande Spain
F Sean Latimer Jr. Northwestern Ohio England
F Daniel Whitehall So. Hastings England
F Pau Delgado Rodriguez* Sr. Rio Grande Spain
Second Team
Pos First Class School Hometown
GK Joe White Jr. Hastings England
D Genaro Hurtado-Salinas Sr. Westmont Carpinteria, Calif.
D Spencer Atkin Sr. Baker Olathe, Kan.
D Frantzly Zephirin Sr. MidAmerica Nazarene Montreal, Que.
M Luke Hitchman Jr. Union (Ky.) Wales
M Aleksi Pahkasalo* Sr. Lindsey Wilson Finland
M Rafael Mentzingen So. Bryan Brazil
M Stephen Pouna So. Baker Cameroon
F Jarrod Ingram Jr. Thomas Tallahassee, Fla.
F Dominic Harrington Jr. MidAmerica Nazarene Trinidad and Tobago
F Jake Love Jr. Davenport Hudsonville, Mich.
* Indicates previous All-America selection

2016 NSCAA NAIA Women’s All-America Teams
Player of the Year: Camilla Andersen (Denmark), Northwestern Ohio
First Team
Pos Name Class School Hometown
GK Abby Schue* Jr. Grace Warsaw, Ind.
D Sarah Klunder Jr. Spring Arbor Grandville, Mich.
D Hannah Baines* Sr. Northwestern Ohio Derby, England
D Liz Intfen Sr. Benedictine Olathe, Kan.
M Klara Cahynova** Jr. Northwestern Ohio Czech Republic
M Bethany Balcer* So. Spring Arbor Hudsonville, Mich.
M Rosie McShane* Jr. Benedictine Phoenix, Ariz.
M Brooke Lillywhite* Sr. Westmont Huntington Beach, Calif.
F Camilla Andersen So. Northwestern Ohio Denmark
F Aubrey Schierbeek Jr. Spring Arbor Hudsonville, Mich.
F Tyler-Rae Molloy Sr. Mobile St. Albert, Alb.
Second Team
Pos First Class School Hometown
GK Amanda Howard* Jr. Campbellsville Harrodsburg, Ky.
D Rachel DeLancey Sr. Spring Arbor Glensaw, Pa.
D Linzi Taylor Sr. Martin Methodist Scotland
D Madyson Brown So. Biola Salem, Ore.
D Shelby Austin Jr. Lindsey Wilson Ramsey, Ind.
M Robyn Moodlay Jr. Northwestern Ohio South Africa
M Annika Koemm Fr. Lindsey Wilson Germany
M Ebba Blomqvist So. Keiser Sweden
F Johanna Enberg Sr. Keiser Sweden
F Yvonne Ploeg So. Lindsey Wilson Netherlands
F Millene Cabral So. Martin Methodist Brazil
*Previous All-America selections
2 comments about "NSCAA All-Americans: NAIA".
  1. Fanfor soccer, December 12, 2016 at 1 p.m.

    It is interesting how many foreign players these NAIA schools have. Whats the story?

  2. Fly Bynyte replied, December 12, 2016 at 2:21 p.m.

    rhetorical answer, best I can do, cause I don't know any better than you:
    One more way U.S.A shoots-self-in-foot in effort to become world mens soccer power.

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