Awards

Awards

College Soccer News 2019 All-America Teams

College Soccer News' annual All-American Team selections recognizes top performers throughout the country on both sides of the ball in 2019.  

College Soccer News First Team All-America 

Cal Jennings

Senior

Forward

UCF

Roswell, Georgia

Robbie Robinson

Junior

Forward

Clemson

Camden, South Carolina 

Matthew Bentley

Senior

Forward

Missouri State

London, England

Joe Bell

Junior

Midfielder

Virginia

Wanaka, New Zeland

Manuel Ferriol

Senior

Midfielder

James Madison

Velencia, Spain 

Bruno Lapa

Senior

Midfielder

Wake Forest

Curitba, Brazil

Blake Bodily

Junior

Midfielder

Washington 

Eagle, Idaho

Dylan Nealis 

Senior

Defender

Georgetown

Massapequa, New York 

Eddie Munjoma

Senior

Defender

SMU

McKinney, Texas

 

Malik Mbaye 

Senior

Defender

Clemson

Dakar, Senegal

Tanner Beason

Senior

Defender

Stanford

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Colin Shutler

Junior

Goalkeeper

Virginia

Middleburg, Virginia

College Soccer News Second Team All-America 

Miguel Berry

Senior

Forward

San Diego

Poway, California

Anders Engebretsen

Senior

Forward

Saint Mary's

Oslo, Norway

Garrett McLaughlin

Senior

Forward

SMU

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Milan Iloski

Junior

Forward

UCLA

Escondido, California

Jacob Montes

Junior

Midfielder

Georgetown

Lake Worth, Florida

Aaron Molloy

Senior

Midfielder

Penn State

Dublin, Ireland

Jesus Perez

Senior

Midfielder

UIC

Waukegan, Illinois

Noah Billingsley

Senior

Defender

UC Santa Barbara

Wellington, New Zeland

Josh Bauer

Senior

Defender

New Hampshire

Bedford, New Hampshire

Henry Kessler

Junior

Defender

Virginia

New York, New York 

Kyle Hiebert

Junior

Defender

Missouri State

La Salle, Manitoba

Andrew Thomas

RS Sophomore

Goalkeeper

Stanford

London, England

College Soccer News Third Team All-America 

Daryl Dike

Sophomore

Forward

Virginia

Edmond, Oklahoma

Kimarni Smith

Junior

Forward

Clemson

Nottingham, England

Milo Yosef

RS Freshman

Forward

Marshall

Aachen, Germany

Thibaut Jacquel

Junior

Forward

Campbell

Sarrenbourg, France

Aidan Megally

Senior

Midfielder

Loyola Chicago

Park Ridge, Illinois

Lucas Rosa

Junior

Midfielder

Saint Francis

Atibaia, Brazil

Gabriel Costa

Sophomore

Midfielder

SMU

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Ethan Bartow

Sophomore

Defender

Washington

Woodinville, Washington

Peder Kristiansen

Senior

Defender

Rhode Island

Lillestrom, Norway

Aime Mabika

RS Junior

Defender

Kentucky

Lexington, Kentucky

Jack Maher

Sophomore

Defender

Indiana

Caseyville, Illinois

Elliot Panicco

RS Senior

Goalkeeper

Charlotte

Huntersville, North Carolina

 

College Soccer News - National Team of the Week - Week Ending December 1, 2019

College Soccer News' National Team of the Week recognizes individual performers on both sides of the ball who played a key role in helping their team advance to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament. This is the last CSN National Team of the Week for the 2019 season.  

Virginia 3 - Saint John's 0

SMU 2 - UCF 1 (ot)

UC Santa Barbara 1 - Indiana 0 (ot)

Wake Forest 3 - Michigan 1

Georgetown 5 - Louisville 1

Washington 4 - Marshall 1

Stanford 2 - Virginia Tech 1

Clemson 2 - Providence 1 (ot)

Will Baynham

Senior 

Forward

UC Santa Barbara

Bayham took advantage of a miscue to secure a loose ball and create the angle he needed to drive a shot into the back of the frame from the top of the box in the second overtime period to give the Gauchos a 1-0 win over Indiana. The goal was Bayham's tenth of the season. UCSB advances to the Elite Eight to face Wake Forest.  

Kyle Holcomb

Sophomore 

Forward

Wake Forest 

Holcomb converted a header and one-timed a shot into the net to help power Wake Forest by Michigan 3-1. He has scored a total of nine times so far this year. The Demon Deacons improve to 15-4-2 and advance to the Elite Eight for the  fourth time in the last five seasons.   

Robbie Robinson

Junior

Forward

Clemson

Robinson continues to come up big in the clutch for the Tigers. He scored Clemson's lone goal in regulation after making a nice move to elude two defenders to create the angle he needed to score from eighteen yards out. He also converted a penalty kick in the second overtime period to give Clemson the edge they needed to top a game Providence team 2-1. 

Daniel Steedman

Sophomore

Forward

Virginia 

Steedman contributed two assists out of corner kicks in Virginia's 3-0 victory over St. John's. He has two goals and six assists year to date. Virginia improves to 19-1-1 and advances to the Elite Eight were they will face number eight seed SMU. 

Derek Waldeck

Senior

Midfielder 

Stanford

Waldeck scored with a double assist from Zach Ryan and Logan Panchot and contributed the helper on teammate Keegan Hughes' game-winner in Stanford's 2-1 victory over a very competitive Virginia Tech team. The number seven seeded Cardinal advance to the Elite Eight for the fifth season in a row where they will tangle with number two seed Clemson.  

Jacob Montes

Junior

Midfielder

Georgetown

Montes sent a bending ball into the back of the net in just the second minute of play and added another goal out of a free kick. He also assisted on the goals scored by teammates Jack Beer and Paul Rothrock to help the Hoyas power past Louisville 5-1 to advance to the Elite Eight.  

Ethan Bartlow

Sophomore

Defender

Washington

Bartlow scored what proved to be the game-winning goal and also converted a penalty kick in Washington's 4-1 win over a very good Marshall team. He was also part of a solid Washington defense. The number six seeded Huskies advance to the Elite Eight where they will face number three seed Georgetown. 

Mateo Restrepo Mejia 

Senior 

Defender  

UC Santa Barbara

Defensive midfielder Mateo Restrepo Mejia was part of a bend but don't break UCSB defense that shutout Indiana 1-0 and limited the Hoosiers to only two shots on goal. The Gauchos advance to the Elite Eight where they will face Wake Forest.  

Eddie Munjoma

Senior

Defender 

SMU

The Mustang defender from McKinney, Texas made a nice run down the wing and drove a shot into the far post from just inside the box after receiving a pass from Noah Hilt to give SMU the edge they needed to top a very good UCF team 2-1. in overtime. The Ponies advance to face Virginia in Charlottesville on Saturday.  

Andreas Ueland

Freshman

Defender

Virginia 

Ueland was part of a Cavalier defense that defeated St. John's 3-0 to record its fifteenth shutout of the year. He also contributed two headers out of corner kicks in the win over the  Red Storm. Number one seed Virginia advances to the Elite Eight where they will host SMU on Saturday.   

Grant Makela

Junior

Goalkeeper

SMU

Makela had five saves in goal to anchor a bend but don't break SMU defense that held a very explosive UCF offense to one goal to secure a 2-1 win in overtime. SMU advances to the Elite Eight for the first time since the 2010 season where they will face number one seed Virginia.