List of NCAA Division I men's soccer First-Team All-America teams

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The Division I First-Team All-Americans are the best eleven U.S. college soccer players as selected by the NCAA.

1970–1983[edit]

From 1970 to 1983 the NCAA only named defenders and forwards in addition to one goalkeeper.

Year Goalkeeper Defenders Forwards
1970 Bill Nuttall, Davis & Elkins College Buzz Demling, Michigan State
Al Harte, Quincy University
Nick Iwanik, University of Illinois at Chicago
Gerardo Pagnani, Eastern Illinois
Aladin Rodrigues, San Jose State University
Al Henderson, Howard University
Richard Parkinson, Akron
Randy Smith, Buffalo State College
Stan Startzell, University of Pennsylvania
Al Trost, St. Louis University
1971 Cal Kern, Buffalo State College Alan Harte, Quincy University
Gerardo Pagnani, Eastern Illinois
John Schneider, Quincy University
Andy Smiles, Ohio University
William Smyth, Davis & Elkins College
Keith Aqui, Howard University
Al Henderson, Howard University
Richard Parkinson, Akron
Mike Seerey, St. Louis University
John Moore, SUNY Brockport
1972 Bob Rigby, East Stroudsburg University Chris Bahr, Penn State
Gordon Cholmondeley, Philadelphia Textile
Alan Harte, Quincy University
Gerardo Pagnani, Eastern Illinois
Hans Wango, Davis & Elkins College
Ian Bain, Howard University
Eugene Durham, Philadelphia Textile
Tom Kazembe, Wooster
Chris Papagianis, Harvard
Andy Rymarczuk, Penn State
1973 Frank Tusinski, University of Missouri-St. Louis Dave D'Errico, Hartwick
Kip Jordan, Cornell
Kevin Missey, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Farrukh Quraishi, Oneonta College
Ferdinand Treusacher, Brown
Henry Abadi, Clemson
Chris Bahr, Penn State
Steve Baumann, University of Pennsylvania
Dale Russell, Philadelphia University
Tom Kazembe, Wooster
1974 Peter Mannos, Northern Illinois Jesse Cox, Loyola Maryland
Bruce Hudson, St. Louis University
John Nusum, Philadelphia Textile
Farrukh Quraishi, Oneonta College
Mickey Rooney, Keene State College
Chris Bahr, Penn State
Frantz Innocent, University of Connecticut
Tom Kazembe, Wooster
Dale Russell, Philadelphia Textile
Fred Pereira, Brown
1975 Peter Mannos, Northern Illinois Sam Bick, Quincy University
Nimrod Dreyfus, Adelphi
Greg Makowski, SIUE
John Nusum, Philadelphia University
Dale Rothe, University of Baltimore
Carlos Merchan, Fairleigh Dickinson
George Nanchoff, Akron
Steve Ralbovsky, Brown
Dale Russell, Philadelphia University
Elson Seale, Philadelphia University
1976 Dragan Radovich, Saint Francis College Carl Christensen, University of Vermont
George Gorleku, Eastern Illinois
Paul Hunter, University of Connecticut
Greg Makowski, SIUE
Glenn Myernick, Hartwick College
Andy Atuegbu, San Francisco
Ty Keough, St. Louis University
George Nanchoff, Akron
Louis Nanchoff, Akron
Fred Pereira, Brown
1977 Dragan Radovich, Saint Francis College Greg Makowski, SIUE
John Nusum, Philadelphia Textile
Adrian Brooks, Philadelphia Textile
Herve Guilliod, SUNY Fredonia
Billy Gazonas, Hartwick College
Angelo DiBernardo, Indiana
Emilio John, Quincy University
Paul Milone, Princeton
John Maciel, Western Illinois
Rich Reice, Penn State
1978 Dragan Radovich, Saint Francis College George Gorleku, Eastern Illinois
Adrian Brooks, Philadelphia Textile
Greg Ryan, Southern Methodist
Ty Keough, St. Louis University
Barry Nix, Columbia
Raymond Ford, UM (Baltimore)
George Lesyw, Temple University
Peter Notaro, Loyola Maryland
Jim Stamatis, Penn State
Ole Mikkelsen, UCLA
1979 Randy Phillips, Southern Methodist Saeid Baghvardani, Southern Methodist
Mike Freitag, Indiana
Barry Nix, Columbia
Gerry Reardon, Adelphi
John Young, Hartwick College
Armando Betancourt, Indiana
Steve Charles, Columbia
Clyde O'Garro, Saint Francis College
Ray Taylor, Western Illinois
1980 Randy Phillips, Southern Methodist Saeid Baghvardani, Southern Methodist
Tim Gagan, Lock Haven
Erhardt Kapp, Connecticut
Joe Morrone, Jr., Connecticut
Kevin Murphy, Rhode Island
Trevor Adair, Lock Haven
Hernan "Chico" Borja, NJIT
Damien Kelly, Eastern Illinois
Kemal Khilian, Southern Methodist
Robert Meschbach, Indiana
1981 Skip Gilbert, Vermont Dan Canter, Penn State
Richard Chinapoo, LIU-Brooklyn
Tom Groark, SIUE
Tom McDonald, Philadelphia Textile
Barry Nix, Columbia
Armando Betancourt, Indiana
Pedro DeBrito, Connecticut
John Hayes, St. Louis University
Damien Kelly, Eastern Illinois
Agyeman Prempeh, Eastern Illinois
1982 Skip Gilbert, Vermont Lou Karbiener, Penn State
Erik Nelson, San Francisco
Adubarie Otorubio, Clemson
Joe Ulrich, Duke
Matthew English, Akron
Tom Killeen, Philadelphia Textile
Kevin Maher, Yale
Steve McLean, Philadelphia Textile
Neil Ridgeway, BGSU
Roy Wegerle, Southern Florida

1983–present[edit]

Beginning with the 1983 season, the NCAA began naming midfielders, in addition to forwards and defenders.

Year Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1983 Jamie Swanner, Clemson Mike Jeffries, Duke
David Masur, Rutgers
Simon Spelling, Akron
Cheche Vidal, Boston
Michael Brady, American
Aidan McClusky, Farleigh-Dickinson
Neil Ridgway, BGSU
Steve McLean, Philadelphia Textile
Roy Wegerle, South Florida
Tom Kain, Duke
1984 Jeff Duback, Yale Albert Adabe, Eastern Illinois
Adubarie Otorubio, Clemson
Shaun Pendleton, Akron
Tony Bono, Drexel
Dale Ervine, UCLA
Aidan McCluskey, Farleigh-Dickinson
John Gaffney, Virginia
Tom Kain, Duke
Michael King, Farleigh-Dickinson
Sam Okpodu, NC State
1985 Tim Borer, Old Dominion Paul Caligiuri, UCLA
Shaun Pendleton, Akron
Michael Reynolds, George Mason
John Kerr Jr., Duke
Mark Mettrick, Hartwick
Bruce Murray, Clemson
Michael Brady, American
Eric Eichmann, Clemson
Tom Kain, Duke
Sam Sumo, George Mason
1986 Jeff Duback, Yale Paul Caligiuri, UCLA
Benjamin Okaroh, Boston
Steve Trittschuh, SIUE
Mark Francis, SMU
Gary Furlong, Maryland
John Harkes, Virginia
John Catliff, Harvard
Guy Furfaro, Philadelphia
George Gelnovatch, Virginia
John Kerr Jr., Duke
1987 Bob Willen, Virginia Seamus Purcell, Providence
Paul Rutenis, Clemson
David Smyth, UNC
John Harkes, Virginia
Mark Mettrick, Hartwick
Tab Ramos, NC State
Doug Allison, South Carolina
Bruce Murray, Clemson
Ken Snow, Indiana
Peter Vermes, Rutgers
1988 Tony Meola, Virginia Jeff Agoos, Virginia
Marcelo Balboa, San Diego State
Kevin Grimes, SMU
Henry Gutierrez, NC State
Pat O'Kelly, Seton Hall
Mark Santel, St. Louis University
Scott Benedetti, Portland
Brian Benedict, Duke
Ken Snow, Indiana
Joey Valenti, Duke
1989 Tony Meola, Virginia Kevin Grimes, SMU
Cam Rast, Santa Clara
Kevin Wylie, Vermont
David Banks, Philadelphia
Tim Martin, Fresno State
Pat O'Kelly, Seton Hall
Clark Brisson, South Carolina
Peter Isaacs, Howard
Robert Paterson, Evansville
Ken Snow, Indiana
1990 Kasey Keller, Portland Jeff Agoos, Virginia
Scott Cannon, Evansville
Tom Loeber, South Carolina
Dario Brose, NC State
Chad Deering, Indiana
Mark Santel, St. Louis University
Steve Rammel, Rutgers
Ken Snow, Indiana
Billy Thompson, UCLA
David Weir, Evansville
1991 Brad Friedel, UCLA Alexi Lalas, Rutgers
Mike Lapper, UCLA
Cam Rast, Santa Clara
Peter DiMaggio, Columbia
Graham Merryweather, Evansville
Claudio Reyna, Virginia
Gerell Elliott, Fresno State
Henry Gutierrez, NC State
Manny Lagos, Milwaukee
Dante Washington, Radford
1992 Brad Friedel, UCLA Joe Addo, George Mason
Scott Schweitzer, NC State
Hector Zamora, Seton Hall
Joe-Max Moore, UCLA
Claudio Reyna, Virginia
Joey Thieman, Princeton
Ben Crawley, Virginia
Robert Martella, Bowling Green
Alan Prampin, SMU
Robert Ukrop, Davidson
1993 Tim Deck, Wisconsin Shane Batelle, St. Louis University
Pedro Lopes, Rutgers
Jorge Salcedo, UCLA
Brian Kamler, Creighton
Jason Kreis, Duke
Claudio Reyna, Virginia
Keith DeFini, Creighton
Jimmy Glenn, Clemson
Brian McBride, St. Louis University
Staale Soebye, San Francisco
1994 David Kramer, Fresno State Brandon Pollard, Virginia
Eddie Pope, UNC
Jason Kreis, Duke
Brian Maisonneuve, Indiana
Matt McKeon, St. Louis University
Todd Yeagley, Indiana
Brent Bennett, James Madison
Mac Cozier, Charlotte
Darren Eales, Brown
Staale Soebye, San Francisco
1995 Chris Snitko, UCLA Scott Lamphear, Wisconsin
Ian McIntyre, Hartwick
Brandon Pollard, Virginia
Ben Hickey, St. John's
Jesse Marsch, Princeton
Clint Mathis, South Carolina
Mike Fisher, Virginia
Matt McKeon, St. Louis University
Toni Siikala, Campbell
Andy Williams, Rhode Island
1996 Jon Busch, Charlotte Tahj Jakins, UCLA
Pete Santora, Furman
John Stratton, Air Force
Mike Fisher, Virginia
Steve Klein, Bowling Green
Mike Mekelburg, USF
Tony Kuhn, Vanderbilt
Ignace Moleka, FIU
Johnny Torres, Creighton
Andy Williams, Rhode Island
1997 Matt Jordan, Clemson Leo Cullen, Maryland
Kevin Daly, St. John's
Pete Santora, Furman
Daniel Hernandez, SMU
Alen Kozic, FIU
Ben Olsen, Virginia
Wade Barrett, William & Mary
Sigurdur Eyjolfsson, UNC-Goldsboro
Dema Kovalenko, Indiana
Johnny Torres, Creighton
1998 Adin Brown, William & Mary Matt Chulis, Virginia
Jamie Clark, Stanford
Kevin Kalish, Saint Louis
Lazo Alavanja, Indiana
Jay Heaps, Duke
Wojtek Krakowiak, Clemson
Maurizio Rocha, UConn
Chris Albright, Virginia
Seth George, UCLA
Dema Kovalenko, Indiana
Richard Mulrooney, Creighton
1999 Adin Brown, William & Mary Nick Garcia, Indiana
Eric Denton, Santa Clara
David Wright, Creighton
Carl Bussey, SMU
Daniel Alvarez, Furman
Jeff DiMaria, St. Louis University
Sasha Victorine, UCLA
John Barry Nusum, Furman
Mohammed Fahim, SMU
Ricardo Villar, Penn State
Aleksey Korol, Indiana
2000 Chris Hamblin, Boston College Chris Gbandi, UConn
Cory Gibbs, Brown
Ryan Suarez, San Jose State
Carl Bussey, SMU
Mark Lisi, Clemson
Jorge Martínez, San Jose State
Ryan Nelsen, Stanford
Chris Carrieri, UNC
Ali Curtis, Duke
John Barry Nusum, Furman
2001 Byron Foss, SMU Chris Gbandi, UConn
Danny Jackson, UNC
Lee Morrison, Stanford
Luchi Gonzalez, SMU
Kyle Martino, Virginia
Diego Walsh, SMU
Nicholas McCreath, Rhode Island
Pat Noonan, Indiana
John Barry Nusum, Furman
Dipsy Selolwane, St. Louis University
2002 Doug Warren, Clemson Todd Dunivant, Stanford
John Swann, Indiana
Chris Wingert, St. John's
Ricardo Clark, Furman
Sumed Ibrahim, Maryland
Andres Murriagui, Loyola Marymount
Diego Walsh, SMU
Alecko Eskandarian, Virginia
Pat Noonan, Indiana
Tim Pierce, UCLA
Mike Tranchilla, Creighton
2003 Will Hesmer, Wake Forest Leonard Griffin, UCLA
Trevor McEachron, Old Dominion
Chris Wingert, St. John's
Scott Buete, Maryland
Sumed Ibrahim, Maryland
C.J. Klaas, Washington
Adom Crew, Brown
Ned Grabavoy, Indiana
Vedad Ibišević, St. Louis University
Joseph Ngwenya, Coastal Carolina
2004 Christopher Sawyer, Notre Dame Ugo Ihemelu, SMU
Drew Moor, Indiana
Gonzalo Segares, VCU
Michael Enfield, UCLA
C.J. Klaas, Washington
Sacha Kljestan, Seton Hall
Danny O'Rourke, Indiana
Justin Moose, Wake Forest
Randi Patterson, UNC-G'boro
Ryan Pore, Tulsa
Jeff Rowland, New Mexico
2005 Chris Dunsheath, Bradley Greg Dalby, Notre Dame
Tyson Wahl, California
Marvell Wynne, UCLA
Mehdi Ballouchy, Santa Clara
Scott Jones, UNC-G'boro
Yohann Mauger, Akron
Brian Plotkin, Indiana
Jason Garey, Maryland
Ross McKenzie, Akron
Jeff Rowland, New Mexico
Willie Sims, Cal St-N'ridge
2006 Nick Noble, West Virginia Andrew Boyens, New Mexico
Julius James, UConn
Jay Needham, SMU
John O'Reilly, Lehigh
Greg Dalby, Notre Dame
Maurice Edu, Maryland
Ryan Maduro, Providence
Omar Cummings, Cincinnati
Charlie Davies, Boston College
Edson Elcock, Old Dominion
Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame
2007 Stefan Frei, California Eric Brunner, Ohio State
Julius James, UConn
Pat Phelan, Wake Forest
Reuben Ayarna, Boston College
Alejandro Bedoya, Boston College
Andrew Jacobson, California
Peter Lowry, Santa Clara
Xavier Balc, Ohio State
Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame
Patrick Nyarko, Virginia Tech
O'Brian White, Connecticut
2008 Jovan Bubonja, UIC Calum Angus, St. Louis University
Matt Besler, Notre Dame
Omar Gonzalez, Maryland
Tennant McVea, Loyola Maryland
Corben Bone, Wake Forest
Sam Cronin, Wake Forest
Andrei Gotsmanov, Creighton
Baggio Husidic, UIC
Andre Akpan, Harvard
Mike Grella, Duke
Marcus Tracy, Wake Forest
Steve Zakuani, Akron
2009[1] Jeff Attinella, South Florida Bobby Warshaw, Stanford
Zach Loyd, North Carolina
Ike Opara, Wake Forest
Kyle Nakazawa, UCLA
Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron
Corben Bone, Wake Forest
Tony Tchani, Virginia
Teal Bunbury, Akron
Colin Rolfe, Louisville
Ryan Kinne, Monmouth
Andre Akpan, Harvard
2010 Zac MacMath, Maryland Kofi Sarkodie, Akron
A.J. Soares, California
Andrew Wenger, Duke
Michael Farfan, North Carolina
Matt Kassel, Maryland
Ryan Kinne, Monmouth
Ben Sippola, Butler
Will Bruin, Indiana
Tony Cascio, Connecticut
Darlington Nagbe, Akron
Colin Rolfe, Louisville
2011 Brian Holt, Creighton Chris Estridge, Indiana
Matt Hedges, North Carolina
Charles Rodriguez, UNC Charlotte
Miguel Ibarra, UC Irvine
Enzo Martinez, North Carolina
Luis Silva, UCSB
Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina
Ethan Finlay, Creighton
Billy Schuler, North Carolina
Andrew Wenger, Duke
2012 Andre Blake, Connecticut Chad Barson, Akron
Andrew Farrell, Louisville
Andrew Ribeiro, Creighton
Scott Caldwell, Akron
Jose Gomez, Creighton
Dillon Powers, Notre Dame
Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina
Ryan Finley, Notre Dame
Daniel Haber, Cornell University
Patrick Mullins, Maryland
2013 Andre Blake, Connecticut Steve Birnbaum, California
AJ Cochran, Wisconsin
Taylor Peay, Washington
Laurie Bell, Milwaukee
Aodhan Quinn, Akron
Leo Stolz, UCLA
Pete Caringi III, UMBC
Sagi Lev-Ari, Cal St-N'ridge
Patrick Mullins, Maryland
Harrison Shipp, Notre Dame

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Akpan Earns Third Division I All-America Honor". nscaa.com. December 11, 2009. Retrieved July 28, 2010.