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Colorado players dominate NSCAA list

December 7, 2010 | 11:52 am No comments
By Shaun Schafer

Players from Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference schools dominated the NSCAA/Performance Subaru’s Central region men’s soccer teams that were rolled out on Monday.

Colorado School of Mines and Regis University each had five players on the first and second teams. Fort Lewis College and Metropolitan State College of Denver each had four players on the two teams. Mesa State and UC-Colorado Springs had one representative each.

Forward Derek Oelman from Upper Iowa was the only non-RMAC player on either team.

First Team

Pos. Name Year School Hometown

K Manville Strand * So. Colorado Mines Las Vegas, Nev.

D Gary Cole ** Sr. Regis Englewood, Colo.

D Jamie Cunningham Sr. Fort Lewis Scottsdale, Ariz.

D Fabian Kling * Jr. Fort Lewis Augsburg, Germany

D Kyle Wood Sr. Fort Lewis Albuquerque, N.M.

M Steven Emory ** Sr. Metro State Fort Collins, Colo.

M Alexandre Nass So. Colorado Mines Sao Paulo, Brazil

M Chike Sullivan * Jr. Colorado Mines San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago

F Tesho Akindele Fr. Colorado Mines Thornton, Colo.

F Kyle Emge Jr. Regis Fort Collins, Colo.

F Nathan Kafer ** Sr. Regis Erie, Colo.


Second Team

Pos. Name Year School Hometown

K Issa Bissau So. Metro State Denver, Colo.

D Keegan Bast Sr. Regis Littleton, Colo.

D Trevor Braun Sr. Colorado Mines Litchfield Park, Ariz.

D Jake Jobe Sr. Mesa State Missoula, Mont.

D Tyler Wilson Sr. Metro State Aurora, Colo.

M Ben Buhler Jr. Regis Greeley, Colo.

M Thomas Hoang Jr. Fort Lewis Colorado Springs, Colo.

M Chris Yoder Jr. Metro State Gilbert, Ariz.

F Matt Friesen Jr. Colorado-Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, Colo.

F Scott Grode * Jr. Metro State Gilbert, Ariz.

F Derek Oelmann Jr. Upper Iowa Waverly, Iowa

* - indicates previous selection

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