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2013 NSCAA University Division Men's Scholar All-East Region

Posted by NSCAA on Dec 15, 2013 in Awards 0 Comments

 

First Team
Pos. Player Class School Major GPA Hometown  
K John McCarthy* Sr. La Salle  Integrated Science, Business and Technology 3.36 Cinnaminson, N.J.  
K Kyle Renfro Sr. Virginia Tech History 3.53 Forest, Va.  
D Jonathan Nelson Sr. Dayton International Studies and Spanish 3.84 Lawrenceville, Ga.  
D Patrick Slogic* Sr. Cornell Environmental Engineering 3.4 Colorado Springs, Colo.  
D Will Smith Sr. William & Mary  Government 3.76 Avon, Conn.  
M Stephen Dooley* Sr. Loyola (Md.) Business Administration 3.4 Portstewart, Md.  
M Jimmy Mulligan Sr. St. John's Marketing 3.44 Medford, N.Y.  
M Ken Tribbett* Sr. Drexel Sport Management 3.57 Centennial, Colo.  
F Andrew Bevin Jr. West Virginia Business Administration 3.88 Napier, New Zealand  
F Reinaldo  Brenes Sr. Akron International Business  3.74 San Jose, Costa Rica  
F Chris Griebsch Sr. Hofstra International Business 3.65 Dessau-Rosslau, Germany `
               
Second Team
Pos. Player Class School Major GPA Hometown  
K Josef Abele Sr. Central Connecticut State Actuarial Science 3.77 Manchester, Conn.  
D Nick Alers Sr. Yale Economics 3.99 San Jose, Costa Rica  
D Nicholas Garcia Sr. Niagara Biology 3.65 Rochester, N.Y.  
D Joseph Meyer Sr. Bucknell Mechanical  Engineering 3.93 Sykesville, Md.  
M Adam Bastidas Sr. James Madison Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies 3.67 Catasauqua, Pa.  
M Stephen  Walmsley Jr. Central Connecticut State Physical Education 3.75 New Britain, Conn.  
F Bernardo Ulmo* Sr. Radford Management 3.4 Sao Paulo, Brazil  
               
Honorable Mention
Pos. Player Class School Major GPA Hometown  
K Thurman Van Riper Sr. Loyola (Md.) Business Administration in Accounting 3.89 Groton, Mass.  
K Zachary Zagorski Jr. Cornell Applied Economics and Management 3.87 Westfield, N.J.  
D Joseph  Cahalan Jr. Loyola (Md.) Business Administration 3.83 Reisterstown, Md.  
D Eric Elgin Sr. Rider Accounting 3.97 Mechanicsburg, Pa.  
D Nolan Hemmer Sr. Temple Risk Management and Insurance 3.73 Demorest, Ga.  
D Sawyer Hemmer Sr. Temple Marketing  3.51 Demorest, Ga.  
D John Howe Sr. Dayton Business Entrepreneurship 3.85 Ballwin, Mo.  
D John Kirsch Sr. Cornell Operations Research and Information Engineering 3.35 Ridgefield, Conn.  
D Jamie Libby Sr. Loyola (Md.) Business Administration 3.6 Romford, Md.  
D Eugene Listwan Jr. New Jersey Institute of Technology Business & Civil Engineering 3.51 Rockaway, N.J.  
D Alex Markes Jr. Brown Biology 3.67 Valencia, Calif.  
D Trevor Nye Sr. New Jersey Institute of Technology Architecture 3.79 Wyckoff, N.J.  
D Kevin Pink Sr. La Salle  Integrated Science, Business and Technology 3.85 Carlisle, Pa.  
D Mike Stanton Sr. La Salle  Finance 3.62 Enola, Pa.  
D Pat Sullivan Jr. La Salle  Finance 3.44 Ellicott City, Md.  
D Brian Ward Jr. Bucknell Civil Engineering 3.46 Manilus, N.Y.  
M Ryan Bradbury Sr. Temple Information Systems and Technology 3.7 Exton, Pa.  
M Stephen Hudgens Jr. Radford Finance and Accounting 4 Alpharetta, Ga.  
M Max McKiernan Sr. Yale History 3.75 Louisville, Ky.  
M Ben Nicholson Sr. Binghamton English and Philosophy 4 London, England   
M Luke Oostdyk Sr. Delaware Biochemistry 3.85 Lititz, Pa.  
M Vaughn Spurrier Sr. Temple Biophysics 3.62 Cleveland, Ohio  
F Simon Gomez Sr. Duquesne Athletic Training 3.78 Toronto, Ont.  
F Luis Grande Sr. Radford Business Administration 3.39 Caracas, Venezuela  
F Peter  Jacobson Sr. Yale Chemical Engineering 3.75 Ann Arbor, Mich.  
F Joe Mayer Sr. Radford Economics 3.81 Essex, England  
F Tyler Ranalli Sr. George Washington Finance 3.69 Powell, Ohio  
               
  * - Indicates previous selection          

 

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