NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Teams Announced by NSCAA

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (December 9, 2016) – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced on Friday the 2016 NSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Teams.

Indiana University senior midfielder Tanner Thompson (Granite Bay, Calif.) is the only player among this year’s honorees to earn First Team All-America honors for a second time in his collegiate career. In addition, University of Delaware senior forward Guillermo Delgado (Tres Cantos, Spain) receives All-America recognition for a fourth consecutive season.

The four teams competing at tonight’s NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer College Cup are represented by a total of eight All-Americans, led by three selections each for Wake Forest and Stanford.

This year’s NSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Teams feature a total of 36 players, who will be formally acknowledged for their accomplishments at the NSCAA All-America Luncheon on January 14, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in conjunction with the 2017 NSCAA Convention.

In addition to today’s All-America Teams announcement, the 2016 NSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s All-Region Teams have been posted in the “Awards Central” section of NSCAA.com.

2016 NSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s All-America Teams

First Team

Pos

Name

Class

School

Hometown

K

Alec Ferrell

Sr.

Wake Forest University

Westlake, Ohio

D

Alex Crognale

Sr.

University of Maryland

Gahanna, Ohio

D

Reagan Dunk*

Sr.

University of Denver

Dallas, Texas

D

Tomas Hilliard-Arce

Jr.

Stanford University

Matthews, N.C.

D

Miles Robinson

So.

Syracuse University

Arlington, Mass.

M

Ian Harkes

Sr.

Wake Forest University

Fairfax, Va.

M

Jacori Hayes

Sr.

Wake Forest University

Bowie, Md.

M

Tanner Thompson**

Sr.

Indiana University

Granite Bay, Calif.

F

Wuilito Fernandes

Sr.

UMass Lowell

Praia, Cape Verde

F

Julian Gressel

Sr.

Providence College

Neustadt an der Aisch, Germany

F

Albert Ruiz

Jr.

Florida Gulf Coast University

Barcelona, Spain

F

Gordon Wild

So.

University of Maryland

Cologne, Germany

 

Second Team

Pos

First

Class

School

Hometown

K

Andrew Epstein

Jr.

Stanford University

Fort Collins, Colo.

D

Tristan Blackmon

Jr.

University of the Pacific

Las Vegas, Nev.

D

Tim Kubel

Jr.

University of Louisville

Stuttgart, Germany

D

Grant Stoneman

So.

Loyola University Chicago

St. Charles, Ill.

M

Christian Flath

Sr.

Rider University

Rostock, Germany

M

Cam Lindley

Fr.

University of North Carolina

Carmel, Ind.

M

Napo Matsoso

Sr.

University of Kentucky

Louisville, Ky.

F

Will Bagrou

Jr.

Mercer University

Dacula, Ga.

F

David Goldsmith

Sr.

Butler University

Bristol, England

F

Foster Langsdorf

Jr.

Stanford University

Vancouver, Wash.

F

Edward Opoku

So.

University of Virginia

Rye, N.Y.

F

Brian Wright

Sr.

University of Vermont

Ajax, Ont.


Third Team

Pos

First

Class

School

Hometown

K

Alex Kapp

Sr.

Creighton University

Westchester, N.Y.

D

Brandon Aubrey

Sr.

University of Notre Dame

Plano, Texas

D

Francis De Vries**

Sr.

Saint Francis University (Pa.)

Christchurch, New Zealand

D

Wyatt Omsberg

Jr.

Dartmouth College

Scarborough, Maine

D

Jo Vetle Rimstad

Sr.

Radford University

Harestua, Norway

M

Jose Hernandez

So.

UCLA

Mexico City, Mexico

M

Paul Hoffmeister

Jr.

Utah Valley University

Hilden, Germany

M

Adam Najem*

Sr.

University of Akron

Clifton, N.J.

F

Marcelo Acuna

Jr.

Virginia Tech

San Jose, Costa Rica

F

Guillermo Delgado***

Sr.

University of Delaware

Tres Cantos, Spain

F

Niko Hansen

Sr.

University of New Mexico

Sacramento, Calif.

F

Chris Mueller

Jr.

University of Wisconsin

Schaumburg, Ill.


* Asterisks indicate number of previous All-America selections