NSCAA releases list of Division I All-Americans


Stanford and Creighton led the way each with a pair of players on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America first-team All-American list released on Friday.

Stanford, which takes on Akron in one of two national semifinals tonight, had junior forward Jordan Morris and senior defender Brandon Vincent both on the first-team while Creighton had senior midfielder Timo Pitter and MAC Hermann Trophy favorite Fabian Herbers, a junior, on the first team.

Eight of the 12 first-team players are from the U.S. while the other four hail from Canada, England and Germany. Four of the first-teamers spent time playing for an MLS Academy team – Jordan Morris and David Olsen with Seattle Sounders, Brandon Allen with New York Red Bulls and Callum Irving with Vancouver Whitecaps.

Semifinalists Clemson placed four players on the first, second and third teams – Paul Clowes and Andrew Tarbell made second team and T.J. Casner third team and Creighton had three with senior defender Vincent Keller making third team. Of the teams still playing, Akron had Richie Laryea make third team and Adam Najem second team while Syracuse had Julian Bueschner on the second team.

A total of 35 players were named All-Americans – 17 are from outside the U.S.¬†For a complete list of the NSCAA Division I men’s and women’s All-Americans, click here.

GKCallum IrvingSr.KentuckyVancouver, B.C.
DJonathan CampbellSr. North CarolinaGreensboro, N.C.
DKyle FisherSr.ClemsonEasley, S.C.
DBrandon VincentSr.StanfordSanta Clarita, Calif.
MMauro CicheroSo.SMUNorman, Okla.
MJack HarrisonFr.Wake ForestBolton, England
MTimo PitterSr.CreightonOberschwarzach, Germany
FBrandon AllenSr.GeorgetownOld Bridge, N.J.
FNick DePuyJr.UC Santa BarbaraIrvine, Calif.
FFabian HerbersJr.CreightonAhaus, Germany
FJordan MorrisJr.StanfordMercer Island, Wash.
FDavid OlsenSo.SeattleAuburn, Wash.
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