Awards: NCAA Division II All-America Teams

United Soccer Coaches recognized 72 players on its 2019 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s All-America Teams. They include UC San Diego midfielder Natalie Saddic, who earned All-America honors for the third time in her career.

NCAA Division II Men:
First Team
Goalkeeper:
Alex Brems Sr.  Cal State Los Angeles Denamark
Defenders:
Issac Bawa* Soph. Azusa Pacific Ghana
Morten Bjoershol* Jr. Cal State Los AngelesNorway
Rodrigo Fernandez Sr Lynn Mexico
Midfielders:
Frank Daroma Fr. Cal State San Bernardino Goleta, Calif.
Jimmie Villalobos Sr. Cal Poly Pomona Oasis, Calif.
Ollie Wright Jr. St. Mary's England
Forwards:
Paolo Marciano Soph. Adelphi , Italy
James Ndubueze Jr. Azusa Pacific Germany
Paul Ngongo Fr. Wingate Denmark
Alex Lee Yaw Jr. Gannon Jamestown, N.Y.

Second Team

Goalkeeper:
Chandler Hallwood Soph. Gannon England
Defenders:
Carlos Ferrando Felis Jr. Franklin Pierce Spain
Daniel Fischer Jr. Young Harris Austria
Austin Ludwik Jr. Gannon Australia
Jason Zobott Sr.  Colorado School of Mines Lake In The Hills, Ill.
Midfielders:
Jonathon Carr Sr.  Lake Erie England
Matteo Polisi* Jr. Simon Fraser Coquitlam, B.C.
Connor Rutz Sr. Saginaw Valley State Commerce, Mich.
Forwards:
Lorne Bickley Jr. Wilmington St. Helier, Jersey
Cadu Cusatis Sr.  Palm Beach Atlantic Brazil
Brett Jones Jr. UC San Diego Mission Viejo, Calif.
Ryan King Sr.  Clayton State England

Third Team

Goalkeeper:
Gabriel Prgomet Soph. Wilmington Australia
Defenders:
Joe Bell Sr.  Wilmington England
Bridger Hansen Jr. Westminster Salt Lake City, Utah
Williams N'Dah* Sr. Charleston Italy
Midfielders:
Manuel Achondo* Sr. Mercy Chile
Sergio Diaz Jr. Post Spain
Leki Prpa Sr. Wisconsin-Parkside Wind Lake, Wis.
Forwards:
David Achaerandio Sr. Point Loma Nazarene Spain
Santiago Agudelo* Sr. Fort Hays State Frisco, Texas
Jake Simpson Sr.  Rogers State England
Javier Steinwascher Sr. Indianapolis Sterling Heights, Mich.
James Stone Jr. McKendree Argos, Ind.
*Repeat selection

NCAA Division II Women:
First Team
Goalkeeper:
Natalie Dierickx* Jr. Western Washington Kirkland, Wash.
Defenders:
Maggie Scales Sr.  Dallas Baptist McKinney, Texas
Christina Shimshock Sr. Lenoir-Rhyne Asheville, N.C.
Cecilia Steinwascher* Jr. Grand Valley State Sterling Heights, Mich.
Midfielders:
Shanade Hopcroft Jr. Colorado-Colorado Springs England
Riko Sagara* Sr.  Grand Valley State Japan
Katie Taylor Sr.  Mississippi Tupelo, Miss.
Ava Cook* Jr. Grand Valley State Battle Creek, Mich.
Forwards:
Nina Predanic* Sr. St. Rose Slovenia
Sara Sandberg Jr. Flagler Sweden
Jenny Vetter Soph. Minnesota State-Mankato Mankato, Minn.
Karli White Sr.  Western Washington North Bend, Wash.

Second Team

Goalkeeper:
Marika Laurendeau Jr. St. Rose Sainte-Julie, Que.
Defenders:
Aleesa Muir Sr.  Colorado-Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, Colo.
Emily Nelson Sr.  Western Washington Puyallup, Wash.
Giselle Sawaged Sr. Colorado School of Mines Highlands Ranch, Colo.
Midfielders:
Jennifer Bail Sr.  West Chester Carlisle, Pa.
Alesha Duccini Sr Minnesota State-Mankato Dubuque, Iowa
Kelsie Eason Jr. Central Oklahoma Bartlesville, Okla.
Natalie Saddic** Sr. UC San Diego San Diego, Calif.
Forwards:
Aqsa Mushtaq Sr.  Lenoir-Rhyne Bradford, England
Sandra Nabweteme Sr. SW Oklahoma State Uganda
Dana Poetzsch Jr. Molloy College Hicksville, N.Y.
Makayla Toth Jr. Central Missouri Wichita, Kan.

Third Team

Goalkeeper:
Jenna Hawkins Jr. Bloomsburg Fleetwood, Pa.
Defenders:
Riley West Sr.  Sonoma State Fair Oaks, Calif.
Sydney Wright Sr.  Ashland Hilliard, Ohio
Sara Berglund Jr. Mount Olive Sweden
Morgan Burchhardt Sr. St. Rose Burnt Hills, N.Y,
Emma Heikkila Sr.  Nova Southeastern Finland
Midfielders:
Lauren Hoelke Jr. Bloomsburg Blackwood, N.J.
Jillian Leetch Jr. Rockhurst Lee's Summit, Mo.
Avery McNeme Jr. Angelo State Lubbock, Texas
Haley Skove Jr. East Stroudsburg Lawrenceville, N.J.
Forwards:
Leah Foster Soph. Concord England
Taylor Malasek Jr. North Georgia Peachtree City, Ga.
Kathyrn O'Brien Sr. Rollins West Springfield, Mass.
*Repeat selection
1 comment about "Awards: NCAA Division II All-America Teams".
  1. humble 1, December 13, 2019 at 11:23 a.m.

    Hat tip to all these young men and women and the coaches, staff and education professionals that support them!  As much as college soccer gets kicked around by soccer snobs, the USA is unrivaled in offering opportunities to young men and women to play soccer while getting a higher education!  Keep it going!  Onward!  Upward!

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