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2012 Men's University Division Scholar All-East Region

Posted by NSCAA on Dec 15, 2012 in Awards 0 Comments

First Team
Pos. Player Class School Major GPA Hometown
K John McCarthy Jr. La Salle Integrated Science, Business and Technology 3.32 Cinnaminson, N.J.
K David Meves Sr. Akron Corporate Financial Management 3.77 Arlington Heights, Ill.
Chad Barson Sr. Akron Biology 3.99 Lewis Center, Ohio
Liam Paddock Sr. UMBC Psychology and Sociology  3.88 Baltimore, Md.
M Scott Caldwell Sr. Akron Accounting 3.94 Braintree, Mass.
M Thomas Obasi Sr. Central Connecticut State  Communication 3.66 Birmingham, England
M Bernardo Ulmo Jr. Radford Business Management 3.48 Radford, Va.
Brendan Burgdorf Sr. Bucknell Physics 3.54 Westfield, N.J.
Jake Keegan Sr. Binghamton Management 3.40 Stormville, N.Y.
Joshua Patterson Sr. Duquesne Sports Marketing 3.70 Bowie, Md.
Reece  Wilson Sr. Central Connecticut State  Accounting 3.84 London, England
             
Second Team
Pos. Player Class School Major GPA Hometown
K Sam Kernan-Schloss Sr. Brown Economics and Community Health 3.80 Arlington, Va.
K Ryan Taylor Sr. Radford Sports Medicine 3.94 Midlothia, Va.
Falko Friedrichs Jr. Siena Finance 3.58 Neunkirchen-Seelscheid, Germany
Teo Larsson-Sax Sr. Dartmouth Philosophy 3.54 Kalmar, Sweden
Jannis Opalka Sr. Siena Management 3.90 Stade, Germany
Patrick Slogic Jr. Cornell  Engineering 3.44 Colorado Springs, Colo.
M Jacob Barron Sr. Penn State Kinesiology 3.65 La Mirada, Calif.
M James Beeston Jr. Siena English Education 3.55 Newcastle-Under-Lyme, England
M Kevin Dzierzawski Jr. Dartmouth Sociology 3.35 Oakland Township, Mich.
M Kenneth Tribbett Jr. Drexel  Sport Management 3.56 Centennial, Colo.
Julian Cardona Sr. Penn State Agricultural Business 3.81 Lincoln, Neb.
Stephen Dooley Jr. Loyola (Md.) Business Administration 3.39 Portstewart, Northern Ireland
             
Honorable Mention
Pos. Player Class School Major GPA Hometown
K Toba Bolaji Sr. Robert Morris Pre-Medicine and Biology 3.88 Vaughn, Pa.
K Thurman Van Riper Jr. Loyola (Md.) Accounting 4.92 Groton, Mass.
Nick Alers Jr. Yale Economics and Political Science 3.98 San Jose, Costa Rica
Brian Forgue Sr. Penn State Criminal Law and Justice 3.57 Downingtown, Pa.
Michael Forsyth Jr. Richmond Accounting 3.53 Cary, N.C.
Jamie Libby Jr. Loyola (Md.) Business Administration 3.53 Romford, England
Robert McIntyre Sr. La Salle Integrated Science, Business and Technology 3.51 Warminster, Pa.
Joseph Meyer Jr. Bucknell Mechanical Engineering 3.97 Sykesville, Md.
William  Smith Jr. William and Mary  Government and French   3.69 Avon, Conn.
Michael Stanton Jr. La Salle Finance 3.59 Enola, Pa.
M Daniel Alderstad Sr. Siena Management 3.57 Solna, Sweden
M Hector Arellano Sr. Loyola (Md.) Engineering 3.64 Virginia Beach, Va.
M Michael Bartlett Sr. Northern Kentucky Marketing 3.68 Cold Spring, Ky.
M Adam Bastidas Jr. James Madison Interdisclipinary Liberal Studies 3.74 Catasagua, Pa.
M Blake Fink Sr. Lafayette Government and Law 3.75 Westhampton, N.J.
M Kevin Pink Jr. La Salle Integrated Science, Business and Technology 3.84 Carlisle, Pa.
M Joshua Plump Sr. Bucknell Economics 3.44 Short Hills, N.J.
M Carter  Poe Sr. Duquesne Education 3.90 Chesterland, Ohio
M Regan Steele Sr. Canisius  Accounting  3.43 Lower Hutt. New Zealand
M Sean Sullivan Sr. Siena Management 3.28 Bowling Green, Ky.
Simon Gomez Jr. Duquesne Athletic Training 3.80 Toronto, Ont.
Peter Jacobson Jr. Yale Chemical Engineering 3.58 Ann Arbor, Mich.

 

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