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2009 NAIA Men's Soccer All-America Teams Announced

December 05, 2009
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Dec. 5, 2009

 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2009 NAIA Men's Soccer All-America Teams, as selected by the NAIA Men's Soccer All-America Selection Committee. There are three teams in addition to an honorable mention list.

Senior midfielder Colin Streckmann of Simon Fraser (B.C.) University is the 2009 Brine-NAIA National Player of the Year. Streckmann led The Clan to a berth in the Men’s Soccer National Championship Semifinal round and a 19-4-0 record. He compiled eight goals and seven assists (23 points) during the course of the year. His assists total tied for the team lead. The Burnaby, British Columbia, native was honored as the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Player of the Year. He helped Simon Fraser to the A.I.I. Championship title by scoring the game winning penalty kick goal in the Clan’s opening round 1-0 win over Ohio Dominican.

The Brine-NAIA Men's Soccer Coach of the Year will be released in mid-January during the NSCAA National Convention in Philadelphia, Penn.

 

2009 NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America Teams

FIRST TEAM

Name

School

Pos.

Year

Hometown

Kevin Lawson

The Master's College (Calif.)

GK

Sr.

Kingston, Jamaica

Joseph Omondi

Bethel (Tenn.) University

D

So.

Nairobi, Kenya

Joel Smith

Concordia University (Calif.)

D

Sr.

Irvine, Calif.

Eric Winblad

Azusa Pacific University (Calif.)

D

Sr.

Mission Viejo, Calif.

Ederson Lopes

University of Rio Grande (Ohio)

M

Jr.

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Lebogang Moloto

Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.)

M

Fr.

Polokwane, South Africa

Colin Streckmann^

Simon Fraser University (B.C.)

M

Sr.

Burnaby, BC

Ryan Woods

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.)

M

Jr.

Preston, England

Scott Bibby

University of Rio Grande (Ohio)

F

Fr.

Doncaster, England

Chris Ochieng

Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.)

F

Fr.

Nairobi, Kenya

Cito Soriano

Azusa Pacific University (Calif.)

F

Jr.

Hesperia, Calif.

 

^ Brine-NAIA Player of the Year

SECOND TEAM

Name

School

Pos.

Year

Hometown

Viktor Bergstrand

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.)

GK

Sr.

Malmo, Sweden

Alexis Pradie

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.)

D

Jr.

Marseilles, France

Sebastian Stihler

Shorter College (Ga.)

D

Jr.

Mannheim, Germany

Chris Williams

Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.)

D

So.

Flint, Wales

Tomislav Colic

Vanguard University (Calif.)

M

Jr.

Indjija, Serbia

Jake Marchesani

The Master's College (Calif.)

M

Jr.

Colorado Springs, Colo.

Felix Obilo

Bethel University (Tenn.)

M

Jr.

Nairobi, Kenya

Mustafa Celik

Holy Names University (Calif.)

F

Sr.

Cologne, Germany

Luke Holmes

Notre Dame College (Ohio)

F

So.

Oldham, England

Ryan Maloney

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.)

F

Jr.

Chester, England

David Otieno

University of Science & Arts (Okla.)

F

Jr.

Nairobi, Kenya

 

THIRD TEAM

Name

School

Pos.

Year

Hometown

Alex Stout

Mt. Vernon Nazarene University (Ohio)

GK

Sr.

Pataskala, Ohio

Joseph Beecroft

Martin Methodist College (Tenn.)

D

So.

Ipswich, England

Barrington Blake

University of Maine at Fort Kent

D

Jr.

St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

Matt Griffin

Baker University (Kan.)

D

Jr.

Olathe, Kan.

Nikola Velickovic

Columbia College (Mo.)

D

Fr.

Cacak, Serbia

Danny Fadida

Savannah College of Art & Design (Ga.)

M

Sr.

Saltash, England

Mario Perez

University of Texas at Brownsville

M

Fr.

Brownsville, Texas

Carl Reynolds

William Carey University (Miss.)

M

Jr.

Brize Norton, England

Andre Anderson

University of Maine at Fort Kent

F

Jr.

Manchester, Jamaica

Stefan Arnarson

Auburn Montgomery University (Ala.)

F

So.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Mario Vila Boa

Bethel University (Tenn.)

F

So.

Durban, South Africa

 

HONORABLE MENTION

Name

School

Pos.

Massimo Collu-Marchese

Bethel University (Tenn.)

GK

Aaron Fenlason

Biola University (Calif.)

GK

Victor Francoz

Lindenwood University (Mo.)

GK

Juan Gamboa

University of Texas at Brownsville

GK

Ian Pickett

St. Xavier University (Ill.)

GK

Ken Searles

Columbia College (Mo.)

GK

Giovanni Sinclair

University of Maine at Fort Kent

GK

Ryan Allen

Southern Nazarene University (Okla.)

D

Zack Barron

Warner Pacific University (Ore.)

D

Chris Dillon

University of Mobile (Ala.)

D

Jonny Fairbairn

William Carey University (Miss.)

D

Justin Farnsworth

Houghton College (N.Y.)

D

Geraldo Garza

Ashford University (Iowa)

D

Alan Hannon

Belhaven University (Miss.)

D

Brian Hardie

University of Texas at Brownsville

D

Kemar Jackson

Mt. Vernon Nazarene University (Ohio)

D

Daniel Knight

Notre Dame College (Ohio)

D

Daniel O'Kane

Bryan College (Tenn.)

D

Derek Prinz

Hastings College (Neb.)

D

Damion Stone

University of Maine at Fort Kent

D

Tyler Tank

McPherson College (Kan.)

D

David Ujkic

Concordia University (Mich.)

D

Tyler Camp

Concordia University (Ore.)

MF

Cristian Fernandes

Oklahoma Christian University

MF

David Hernandez

Kansas Wesleyan University

MF

Stuart Hilton

Oklahoma City University

MF

Lloyd Jacobs

Columbia College (Mo.)

MF

Emlyn Jacoby

University of Maine at Fort Kent

MF

Daniel Lobene

Roberts Wesleyan College (N.Y.)

MF

Gustavo Oliveira

Judson University (Ill.)

MF

Ramone Palmer

Park University (Mo.)

MF

Keith Parkhurst

Benedictine College (Kan.)

MF

Arron Patrick

Bethel College (Ind.)

MF

Chris Scott

Grand View University (Iowa)

MF

Daniele Campailla

McKendree University (Ill.)

F

AJ Dingledine

Hastings College (Neb.)

F

Alex Gang

Oklahoma City University

F

Aaron Guerrero

University of Texas at Brownsville

F

Arturo Guizar

Kansas Wesleyan University

F

Mark Heath-Preston

Bellevue University (Neb.)

F

Sean Lewis

Benedictine College (Kan.)

F

Emeka Maduka

Southern Polytechnic State University (Ga.)

F

Jeovanni Pantoja

Aquinas College (Mich.)

F

Juan Rodriguez

Belhaven University (Miss.)

F

Reece Wilson

William Carey University (Miss.)

F

Kevin Zimmerman

Hannibal-LaGrange College (Mo.)

F