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2011 College Division Men Scholar All-South Region Team

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First Team                
Pos. Player   Class   School   Major GPA Hometown
K Johnny Rodrigues     Jr.     Barry   International Business 3.68 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
K James Sweeney     Jr.     Coker   Mathematics 4 Huntingtown, Md.
D MIchael Wilson     Sr.     Northeastern State Health and Human Performance 3.5 Elgin, Scotland
D Matthew Duffy     Jr.     Eckerd   Economics 3.87 Knaresboro, England
D Kyle Porter     Jr.     Trinity (Texas) Finance and Accounting 3.48 Albuquerque, N.M.
M Guilherme Oliveira     Jr.     Barry   International Business 3.34 Belo Horizonte, Brazil
M Johan Bergfeld     Sr.     Flagler   Business Admininistration 3.96 Akers Styckebruk, Sweden
M Travis Bolton     Sr.     Maryville (Tenn.) International Business 3.3 Knoxville, Tenn.
M Brian Beckham     Sr.     Maryville (Tenn.) Business Management  3.38 Knoxville, Tenn.
M Henrique Sousa     Sr.     Rogers State Business Managment 3.53 Catoosa, Okla.
F Mark Anderson     Sr.     Barry   Criminology 3.56 Durham, England
F Harald Gracholski   Sr.   Lynn   Masters in Business Administration 4 Boca Raton, Fla.
F Connor Silvestri   Jr.   Hendrix   Chemistry 3.5 Conway, Ark.
                   
Second Team                
Pos. Player   Class   School   Major GPA Hometown
D Noah Lascell   Jr.   Coker   Criminology 3.3 Conway, S.C.
D Kalle Mansson   Sr.   Florida Tech International Business 3.49 Melbourne, Fla.
D Ridge Carter   Sr.   Maryville (Tenn.) Biochemistry 4 Maryville, Tenn.
D Jesy Phelps   Jr.   North Georgia College & State  History 3.63 Charleston, S.C.
D Matthew Gwilt   Sr.   Queens (N.C.) Business Administration/ Finance 3.49 Mooresville, N.C.
D John Cox   Sr.   West Texas A&M Engineering 3.77 Amarillo, Texas
D Grant Beeler   Sr.   Tennessee Wesleyan Business Admininistration 3.78 Athens, Tenn.
D Robert Coffey   Sr.   Martin Methodist History 3.5 Pulaski, Tenn.
M Nathan Would   Jr.   Thomas    Education 3.75 Cleethorpes, England
M Payam Pourjavad   Jr.   Ouachita Baptist Biology and Chemistry 3.95 Plano, Texas
M Matthew Lightfoot   Sr.   Sewanee-Univ. of the South Political Science 3.34 Germantown, Tenn.
M Narupon Putsorn   Sr.   Florida Tech Business Administration 3.35 Melbourne, Fla.
M Tom Webster   Sr.   Maryville (Tenn.) Business 3.38 Knoxville, Tenn.
F Duncan Keegan   Sr.   Hendrix   Biology 4 Signal Mountain, Tenn.
F Tony Santoro   Sr.   University of Ozarks Mathematics 3.64 Clarksville, Ark.
                   
Honorable Mention                    
Pos. Player   Class   School   Major GPA Hometown
K Wezly Barnard     Jr.     Young Harris Business and Public Policy 3.9 Boksburg, South Africa
K Jordan Ladbrooke     Jr.     Northeastern State Health and Human Performance 3.69 Ellesmere Port, England
K Dylan Broussard     Sr.     Millsaps   Engineering Studies 3.37 Lafayette, La.
K Travis Morris     Sr.     Bridgewater Health and Physical Education 3.37 Westminster, Md.
D Ashley Walker     Jr.     Young Harris Business and Public Policy 3.56 Birmingham, England
D James Thorpe     Jr.     Young Harris Business and Public Policy 3.74 Nuneaton, England
D Joe Conkleton     Jr.     Barry   Sport Management 3.36 Derbyshire, England
D Scott Schuurman     Sr.     Brevard   Exercise Science 3.37 Edmonton, Alberta
D Ethan Vick     Sr.     Georgia Southwestern Accounting 3.84 Coolidge, Ga.
D Patrick Morgan     Sr.     Queens (N.C.) Business Administration/ Finance 3.8 Iron Station, N.C.
D Timothy Mead     Sr.     Alabama-Huntsville Chemical Engineering 3.764 Peoria, Ariz.
D William Allen     Sr.     North Greenville International Business 3.891 Summerville, S.C.
D Nathan Haywood     Jr.     Birmingham-Southern Chemistry/Pre-Medicine 4 Fairhope, Ala.
D Ryan Eshleman     Jr.     Eastern Mennonite Biology/Philosophy & Theology 3.88 Harrisonburg, Va.
D Patrick VanCura     Sr.     Methodist Biology 3.75 Fayetteville, N.C.
D Travis Murnan     Sr.     University of Ozarks Mathematics 3.54 Clarksville, Ark.
D Travis Murnan   Sr.   University of Ozarks Mathematics 3.54 Clarksville, Ark.
D Justin Walker     Jr.     Tennessee Wesleyan Criminal Justice 3.63 Athens, Tenn.
D Nick Gilpin     Sr.     Thomas    Psychology 3.63 Tallahassee, Fla.
M Henry Wildenborg     Jr.     Northeastern State Accounting 3.47 Rogers, Ark.
M Milorad Bozickovic     Jr.     North Georgia College & State  Business Administration 3.45 Lawrenceville, Ga.
M Jake Holt     Sr.     Maryville (Tenn.) International Business 3.95 Knoxville, Tenn.
M Andreas Pechmann     Jr.     Young Harris Cummunications 3.6 Munich, Germany
M Jacob Connelly     Sr.     Young Harris Business and Public Policy 3.88 Madison , Ga.
M Jesus Cruz     Jr.     Francis Marion Accounting 3.68 Austin, Texas
M Jason Goodrum     Jr.     Ouachita Baptist Biology/Chemistry 3.92 Nacogdoches, Texas
M Watson Hartsoe     Jr.     Sewanee-Univ. of the South Anthropology and Philosophy 3.78 Maryville, Tenn.
M Michael Pellissier     Jr.     Millsaps   Bussiness Administration/Finance 3.38 Mandeville, La.
M Drew Moroux     Jr.     Millsaps   Accounting 3.8 Lafayette, La.
M Tanner Holman     Sr.     University of Ozarks English 3.65 Clarksville, Ark.
F Gray Phelps     Sr.     North Georgia College & State  PE/Exercise Science 3.58 Charleston, S.C.
F Tyler Evans     Sr.     Birmingham-Southern Psychology 3.46 Panama City, Fla.
F Christopher Melton     Sr.     Austin College Psychology 3.66 Sherman, Texas
F Guido Salas     Sr.     University of Ozarks Marketing 3.56 Clarksville, Ark.
F Niall McCourt     Sr.     Thomas    Psychology 3.35 Margate, England
F Terry Martin     Sr.     Rogers State Sports Management 3.48 Oronogo, Mo.

 

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