Awards: NCAA Division I Men's All-America Team

Hermann Trophy finalists Joe Bell, Dylan Nealis and Robbie Robinson head the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Team.

NCAA Division I Men:
First Team
Goalkeeper:
Colin Shutler Jr. Virginia Middleburg, Va.
Defenders:
Josh Bauer* Jr. New Hampshire Bedford, N.H.
Tanner Beason* Sr. Stanford Winston-Salem, N.C.
Eddie Munjoma Sr. SMU McKinney, Texas
Dylan Nealis Sr. Georgetown Massapequa, N.Y.
Midfielders:
Joe Bell Jr. Virginia New Zealand
Blake Bodily Jr. Washington Eagle, Idaho
Bruno Lapa* Sr. Wake Forest Brazil
Forwards:
Matthew Bentley Sr. Missouri State England
Anders Engebretsen Sr. St. Mary's Norway
Cal Jennings* Sr. UCF Roswell, Ga.
Robbie Robinson Jr. Clemson Camden, S.C.

Second Team
Goalkeeper:
Remi Prieur* Sr. St. Mary's San Ramon, Calif.
Defenders:
Ethan Bartlow Soph. Washington Woodinville, Wash.
Kyle Hiebert Jr. Missouri State La Salle, Manitoba
Henry Kessler Jr. Virginia New York, N.Y.
Jack Maher Soph. Indiana Caseyville, Ill.
Midfielders:
Phillip Mayaka Fr. Clemson Kenya
Aaron Molloy Sr. Penn State Ireland
Jesus Perez Sr. Illinois-Chicago Waukegan, Ill.
Forwards:
Miguel Berry Sr. San Diego Poway, Calif.
Josh Dolling Jr. Missouri State England
Kimarni Smith Jr. Clemson England
Milo Yosef Fr. Marshall Germany

Third Team
Goalkeeper:
Andrew Thomas Soph. Stanford England
Defenders:
Noah Billingsley Sr UC Santa Barbara New Zealand
Peder Kristiansen Sr. Rhode Island Norway
Malick Mbaye Sr Clemson Senegal
Midfielders:
Antonio Colacci Sr. New Hampshire Bradenton, Fla.
Gabriel Costa Soph. SMU Brazil
Aidan Morris Fr. Indiana Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Jacob Montes Jr. Georgetown Lake Worth, Fla.
Forwards:
Daryl Dike Soph. Virginia Edmond, Okla.
Derek Dodson Jr. Georgetown Aurora, Ill.
Thibaut Jacquel Jr. Campbell France
Josh Luchini Soph. Lehigh Wexford, Pa.
*Repeat selection.
1 comment about "Awards: NCAA Division I Men's All-America Team".
  1. Ben Myers, December 13, 2019 at 1:48 p.m.

    Seems like we have an influx of elite players from other countries, choosing a decent college education with soccer over the grind without college of most major professional clubs in Europe, South America and elsewhere.

Next story loading loading..

Discover Our Publications