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 Division I U.S. college soccer players as selected by United Soccer Coaches.

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1970–1983

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

* – repeat selection

YearGoalkeeperDefendersForwards
1970 Bill Nuttall (Davis & Elkins) Buzz Demling ( Michigan State )
Alan Harte (Quincy University)
Nick Iwanik (UIC)
Gerardo Pagnani ( Eastern Illinois )
Aladin Rodrigues ( San Jose State )
Al Henderson (Howard)
Richard Parkinson (Akron)
Randy Smith (Buffalo State)
Stan Startzell (Penn)
Al Trost (Saint Louis)
1971 Cal Kern (Buffalo State) Alan Harte* (Quincy University)
Gerardo Pagnani* ( Eastern Illinois )
John Schneider ( Quincy University )
Andy Smiles (Ohio)
William Smyth (Davis & Elkins)
Keith Aqui (Howard)
Al Henderson* (Howard)
Richard Parkinson* (Akron)
Mike Seerey (Saint Louis)
John Moore (Brockport)
1972 Bob Rigby (East Stroudsburg) Chris Bahr (Penn State)
Gordon Cholmondeley (Philadelphia)
Alan Harte* (Quincy University)
Gerardo Pagnani* (Eastern Illinois)
Hans Wango (Davis & Elkins)
Ian Bain (Howard)
Eugene Durham (Philadelphia Textile)
Tom Kazembe (Wooster)
Chris Papagianis (Harvard)
Andy Rymarczuk (Penn State)
1973 Frank Tusinski (UMSL) David D'Errico (Hartwick)
Kip Jordan (Cornell)
Kevin Missey (UMSL)
Farrukh Quraishi (Oneonta State)
Ferdinand Treusacher (Brown)
Henry Abadi (Clemson)
Chris Bahr* (Penn State)
Steve Baumann (Penn)
Dale Russell (Philadelphia Textile)
Tom Kazembe* (Wooster)
1974 Peter Mannos (NIU)Jesse Cox (Loyola)
Bruce Hudson (Saint Louis)
John Nusum (Philadelphia Textile)
Farrukh Quraishi* (Oneonta State)
Mickey Rooney (Keene State)
Chris Bahr* (Penn State)
Frantz Innocent (UConn)
Tom Kazembe* (Wooster)
Dale Russell* (Philadelphia Textile)
Fred Pereira (Brown)
1975Peter Mannos* (NIU) Sam Bick (Quincy University)
Nimrod Dreyfus (Adelphi)
Greg Makowski (SIUE)
John Nusum* (Philadelphia Textile)
Dale Rothe (Baltimore)
Carlos Merchan (Fairleigh Dickinson)
George Nanchoff (Akron)
Steve Ralbovsky (Brown)
Dale Russell* (Philadelphia Textile)
Elson Seale (Philadelphia Textile)
1976 Dragan Radovich (St. Francis) Carl Christensen (Vermont)
George Gorleku (Eastern Illinois)
Paul Hunter (UConn)
Greg Makowski* (SIUE)
Glenn Myernick (Hartwick)
Andy Atuegbu (San Francisco)
Ty Keough (Saint Louis)
George Nanchoff* (Akron)
Louis Nanchoff (Akron)
Fred Perira* (Brown)
1977Dragan Radovich* (St. Francis)Greg Makowski* (SIUE)
John Nusum* (Philadelphia Textile)
Adrian Brooks (Philadelphia Textile)
Herve Guilliod (Fredonia)
Billy Gazonas (Hartwick)
Angelo DiBernardo (Indiana)
Emilio John (Quincy University)
Paul Milone (Princeton)
John Maciel (Western Illinois)
Rich Reice (Penn State)
1978Dragan Radovich* (St. Francis)George Gorleku* (Eastern Illinois)
Adrian Brooks* (Philadelphia Textile)
Greg Ryan (SMU)
Ty Keough* (Saint Louis)
Barry Nix (Columbia)
Raymond Ford (UM-Baltimore)
George Lesyw (Temple)
Peter Notaro (Loyola)
Jim Stamatis (Penn State)
Ole Mikkelsen (UCLA)
1979 Randy Phillips (SMU) Saeid Baghvardani (SMU)
Mike Freitag (Indiana)
Barry Nix* (Columbia)
Gerry Reardon (Adelphi)
John Young (Hartwick)
Armando Betancourt (Indiana)
Steve Charles (Columbia)
Clyde O'Garro (St. Francis)
Ray Taylor (Western Illinois)
1980Randy Phillips* (SMU)Saeid Baghvardani* (SMU)
Tim Gagan (Lock Haven)
Erhardt Kapp (UConn)
Joe Morrone (Jr.) (UConn)
Kevin Murphy (Rhode Island)
Trevor Adair (Lock Haven)
Chico Borja (NJIT)
Damien Kelly (Eastern Illinois)
Kemal Khilian (SMU)
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 (UConn)
John Hayes (Saint Louis)
Damien Kelly* (Eastern Illinois)
Agyeman Prempeh (Eastern Illinois)
1982Skip 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 Ridgway (Bowling Green)
Roy Wegerle (South Florida)

1983–present

Beginning with the 1983 season, the NSCAA began naming midfielders in addition to forwards and defenders.
* – repeat selection
Scholar Player of the Year in bold

YearGoalkeeperDefendersMidfieldersForwards
1983 Jamie Swanner (Clemson) Keith Flynn (UCR)
David Masur (Rutgers)
Simon Spelling (Akron)
Cheche Vidal (Boston)
Michael Brady (American)
Aidan McClusky (Fairleigh-Dickinson)
Neil Ridgway* (Bowling Green)
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* (Fairleigh-Dickinson)
John Gaffney (Virginia)
Tom Kain* (Duke)
Michael King (Fairleigh-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)
1986Jeff 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 Textile)
George Gelnovatch (Virginia)
John Kerr Jr.* (Duke)
1987 Bob Willen (Virginia) Seamus Purcell (Providence)
Paul Rutenis (Clemson)
David Smyth (North Carolina)
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 (Saint Louis)
Scott Benedetti (Portland)
Brian Benedict (Duke)
Ken Snow* (Indiana)
Joey Valenti (Duke)
1989Tony 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* (Saint Louis)
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)
1992Brad 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 (Saint Louis)
Pedro Lopes (Rutgers)
Jorge Salcedo (UCLA)
Brian Kamler (Creighton)
Jason Kreis (Duke)
Claudio Reyna* (Virginia)
Keith DeFini (Creighton)
Jimmy Glenn (Clemson)
Brian McBride (Saint Louis)
Ståle Søbye (San Francisco)
1994 David Kramer (Fresno State) Brandon Pollard (Virginia)
Eddie Pope (North Carolina)
Jason Kreis* (Duke)
Brian Maisonneuve (Indiana)
Matt McKeon (Saint Louis)
Todd Yeagley (Indiana)
Brent Bennett (James Madison)
Mac Cozier (Charlotte)
Darren Eales (Brown)
Ståle Søbye* (San Francisco)
1995 Chris Snitko (UCLA) Scott Lamphear (Wisconsin)
Ian McIntyre (Syracuse)
Brandon Pollard* (Virginia)
Ben Hickey (St. John's)
Jesse Marsch (Princeton)
Clint Mathis (South Carolina)
Mike Fisher (Virginia)
Matt McKeon* (Saint Louis)
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 (South Florida)
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 Hernández (SMU)
Alen Kozić (FIU)
Ben Olsen (Virginia)
Wade Barrett (William & Mary)
Sigurdur Eyjolfsson (UNC Greensboro)
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)
1999Adin Brown (William & Mary) Nick Garcia (Indiana)
Eric Denton (Santa Clara)
David Wright (Creighton)
Carl Bussey (SMU)
Daniel Alvarez (Furman)
Jeff DiMaria (Saint Louis)
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 (North Carolina)
Ali Curtis (Duke)
John Barry Nusum* (Furman)
2001 Byron Foss (SMU)Chris Gbandi (UConn)
Danny Jackson (North Carolina)
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 (Saint Louis)
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 (Saint Louis)
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 Greensboro)
Ryan Pore (Tulsa)
Jeff Rowland (New Mexico)
2005 Chris Dunsheath (Bradley) Greg Dalby (Notre Dame)
Tyson Wahl (Cal)
Marvell Wynne (UCLA)
Mehdi Ballouchy (Santa Clara)
Scott Jones (UNC Greensboro)
Yohann Mauger (Akron)
Brian Plotkin (Indiana)
Jason Garey (Maryland)
Ross McKenzie (Akron)
Jeff Rowland* (New Mexico)
Willie Sims ( Cal State Northridge )
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 (Cal) Eric Brunner (Ohio State)
Julius James* (UConn)
Pat Phelan (Wake Forest)
Reuben Ayarna (Boston College)
Alejandro Bedoya (Boston College)
Andrew Jacobson (Cal)
Peter Lowry (Santa Clara)
Xavier Balc (Ohio State)
Joseph Lapira* (Notre Dame)
Patrick Nyarko (Virginia Tech)
O'Brian White (UConn)
2008Jovan Bubonja (UIC) Calum Angus (Saint Louis)
Matt Besler (Notre Dame)
Omar Gonzalez (Maryland)
Tennant McVea (Loyola)
Corben Bone (Wake Forest)
Sam Cronin (Wake Forest)
Andrei Gotsmanov (Creighton)
Baggio Hušidić (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 (Cal)
Andrew Wenger (Duke)
Michael Farfan (North Carolina)
Matt Kassel (Maryland)
Ryan Kinne* (Monmouth)
Ben Sippola (Butler)
Will Bruin (Indiana)
Tony Cascio (UConn)
Darlington Nagbe (Akron)
Colin Rolfe* (Louisville)
2011 Brian Holt (Creighton) Chris Estridge (Indiana)
Matt Hedges (North Carolina)
Charles Rodriguez (Charlotte)
Miguel Ibarra (UC Irvine)
Enzo Martinez (North Carolina)
Luis Silva (UC Santa Barbara)
Ashton Bennett (Coastal Carolina)
Ethan Finlay (Creighton)
Billy Schuler (North Carolina)
Andrew Wenger* (Duke)
2012 Andre Blake (UConn) 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)
Patrick Mullins (Maryland)
2013 Andre Blake* (UConn) Steve Birnbaum (Cal)
A. J. 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)
2014 [2] Alex Bono (Syracuse) Joseph Greenspan (Navy)
Brandon Vincent (Stanford)
Joshua Yaro (Georgetown)
Jay Chapman (Michigan State)
Patrick Hodan (Notre Dame)
Leo Stolz* (UCLA)
Tanner Thompson (Indiana)
Andy Craven (North Carolina)
Fabian Herbers (Creighton)
Robert Kristo (Saint Louis)
Jordan Morris (Stanford)
2015 [3] Callum Irving (Kentucky) Jonathan Campbell (North Carolina)
Kyle Fisher (Clemson)
Brandon Vincent* (Stanford)
Mauro Cichero (SMU)
Jack Harrison (Wake Forest)
Timo Pitter (Creighton)
Brandon Allen (Georgetown)
Nick DePuy (UCSB)
Fabian Herbers* (Creighton)
Jordan Morris* (Stanford)
David Olsen (Seattle U)
2016 [4] Alec Ferrell (Wake Forest) Alex Crognale (Maryland)
Reagan Dunk (Denver)
Tomas Hilliard-Arce (Stanford)
Miles Robinson (Syracuse)
Ian Harkes (Wake Forest)
Jacori Hayes (Wake Forest)
Tanner Thompson* (Indiana)
Wuilito Fernandes (UMass Lowell)
Julian Gressel (Providence)
Albert Ruiz (FGCU)
Gordon Wild (Maryland)
2017 [5] Eric Dick (Butler)Tomas Hilliard-Arce* (Stanford)
Tim Kübel (Louisville)
Grant Lillard (Indiana)
João Moutinho (Akron)
Tucker Bone (Air Force)
Mauro Cichero (SMU)
Cameron Lindley (North Carolina)
Jon Bakero (Wake Forest)
Brandon Bye (Western Michigan)
Foster Langsdorf (Stanford)
Santiago Patiño (FIU)
2018 [6] Trey Muse (Indiana) Tanner Beason (Stanford)
Alex Comsia (North Carolina)
Andrew Gutman (Indiana)
Callum Montgomery (Charlotte)
Giuseppe Barone (Michigan State)
Tucker Bone* (Air Force)
Bruno Lapa (Wake Forest)
Omir Fernandez (Wake Forest)
Cal Jennings (UCF)
Andre Shinyashiki (Denver)
J. J. Williams (Kentucky)
2019 [7] Colin Shutler (Virginia) Josh Bauer (New Hampshire)
Tanner Beason* (Stanford)
Eddie Munjoma (SMU)
Dylan Nealis (Georgetown)
Joe Bell (Virginia)
Blake Bodily (Washington)
Bruno Lapa* (Wake Forest)
Matthew Bentley (Missouri State)
Cal Jennings* (UCF)
Anders Engebretsen (Saint Mary’s Cal)
Robbie Robinson (Clemson)
2020 [8] Giannis Nikopolidis (Georgetown) Bridger Hansen (New Hampshire)
Kyle Hiebert (Missouri State)
Tom Judge (James Madison)
Vitor Dias (Marshall)
Dante Polvara (Georgetown)
Dylan Teves (Washington)
Gloire Amanda (Oregon State)
Victor Bezerra (Indiana)
Zach Ryan (Stanford)
Valentin Noel (Pitt)
2021 [9] Jan Hoffelner (Kentucky) Kyle Hiebert* (Missouri State)
Ryan Sailor (Washington)
Adam Savill (New Hampshire)
Benjamin Bender (Maryland)
Yannick Bright (New Hampshire)
Sofiane Djeffal (Oregon State)
Sean Zawadski (Georgetown)
Simon Becher (Saint Louis)
Dylan Teves* (Washington)
Thorleifur Úlfarsson (Duke)

Notes and references

  1. "Akpan Earns Third Division I All-America Honor". nscaa.com. December 11, 2009. Archived from the original on October 11, 2011. Retrieved July 28, 2010.
  2. "2014 NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams". Archived from the original on 2015-06-21. Retrieved 2015-06-21.
  3. "NSCAA Names the 2015 NCAA Division I Men All-America Teams". National Soccer Coaches Association of America . NSCAA.com. December 11, 2015. Retrieved January 6, 2017.
  4. "2016 NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams Announced by NSCAA". National Soccer Coaches Association of America. NSCAA.com. December 9, 2016. Retrieved January 6, 2017.
  5. "NCAA DI Men's All-America Teams Announced by United Soccer Coaches". Archived from the original on 2018-06-24. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  6. "United Soccer Coaches Announces NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams". United Soccer Coaches. December 6, 2018. Archived from the original on December 9, 2018. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  7. "2019 NCAA Division I Men's Scholar All-America Team United Soccer Coaches". United Soccer Coaches. Retrieved 19 December 2019.
  8. "2020-21 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Men's All-America Team". United Soccer Coaches. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
  9. "2021 NCAA Division I Men's All-Americans Announced". unitedsoccercoaches.org. United Soccer Coaches. December 9, 2021. Retrieved December 13, 2021.

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