ATLANTA – The four semifinalists at the 2019 MCLA National Championships powered by Under Armour – South Carolina, California, Chapman and Georgia Tech – combined to grab 12 of the 16 spots on the All-American First Team, which was released on Tuesday.
National champion South Carolina placed midfielder Griffin Giles and goalie Colin Haines on the first team while runner-up California had five players. Chapman had three and Georgia Tech claimed two.
Cal Poly, Colorado, Concordia-Irvine and Liberty also placed a student-athlete on the first team.
In total, 91 players were honored via three teams and honorable mention.
2019 MCLA Division I All-America Teams
First TeamA – Wiley Bonham, ChapmanA – Brendan Cook, CaliforniaA – Tim Peterson, Georgia TechA – Jake Pistotnik, CaliforniaM – Matt Dixon, CaliforniaM – Griffin Giles, South CarolinaM – Jackson Lienhart, Concordia-IrvineM – C.J. Nichols, LibertySSDM – Rusty McDonough, CaliforniaFOS – Parker Halaburda, ChapmanLSM – Jack Gillespie, CaliforniaD – Brian Duffy, Georgia TechD – Blake Sandman, ColoradoD – Kyle Souza, ChapmanD – Jack Tunney, Cal PolyG – Colin Hains, South Carolina
Second TeamA – Tyler Bogart, ColoradoA – Sam Gregory, LibertyA – Jake Marthens, Arizona StateA – Chris Severson, Brigham YoungM – Preston Burbidge, Utah ValleyM – Matt Klein, StanfordM – Ethan Smith, ChapmanM – Sam Stanton, New HampshireSSDM – Kobe Brown, Concorida-IrvineFOS – Ryan Brown, Cal PolyLSM – Ben Ekedahl, ColoradoD – Nate DeGroat, CaliforniaD – Travis Quillin, Florida StateD – Tom Sanchez, Arizona StateD – Alex Skillings, New HampshireG – Peter Brydon, UC Santa Barbara
Third TeamA – Amar Batra, MinnesotaA – Garret Brennan, ClemsonA – A.J. Guralas, Cal PolyA – Spencer Tunick, Utah ValleyM – Mason DePaola, ArizonaM – Sam Galaif, Cal PolyM – Jack Maginnes, Georgia TechM – Chase Wright, LibertySSDM – Ben Palitz, ColoradoFOS – Derek Isaac, South CarolinaLSM – Connor Reed, Concordia-IrvineD – Adam Alsadek, Southern MethodistD – Nathan Brown, ClemsonD – Mitch Grengs, MinnesotaD – Win McKeever, LibertyG – Johnny Perlite, Arizona State
Honorable MentionA – Drew Boyd, WashingtonA – Keaton Collier, Santa ClaraA – A.J. Hepting, Texas A&MA – Noah Iversen, MissouriA – Nick Lemus, ChapmanA – Conrad McEvoy, Georgia TechA – Reid Smith, Florida StateA – Sullivan Warner, Virginia TechA – Sean Young, New HampshireM – Deryk Delahanty, Colorado StateM – Malik Ekpenyoung, MinnesotaM – Thomas Garrott, Southern MethodistM – Nick Gilbert, OregonM – Andrew Hughes, NortheasternM – Logan Perry, Concordia-IrvineM – Emerson Roth, Arizona StateM – Ryan Russell, ColoradoM – Mitch Stickney, Cal PolySSDM – Drew Johnson, Texas A&MSSDM – Zechariah Nachazel, Virginia TechSSDM – Andrew Savidge, New HampshireSSDM – Connor Williams, Brigham YoungFOS – Trevor Driscoll, Arizona StateFOS – Brian Hanley, StanfordFOS – Garrett Hess, East CarolinaFOS – Jake LaMar, IndianaLSM – Mason Hicks, Simon FraserLSM – Jack Gilbert, Boston CollegeLSM – P.J. Koestler, Arizona StateLSM – Mitch Lowenberg, MissouriD – Tyler Collins, Concordia-IrvineD – Finnian Meagher, CaliforniaD – Jake Nelson, Utah ValleyD – Adam Norgaard, WashingtonD – Remington Peterson, Utah ValleyD – Lou Sugo, Cal PolyD – Maxwell Sullivan, ConnecticutD – Arty Walters, Brigham YoungD – John Whiting, StanfordG – Nick Beattie, CaliforniaG – Drew Duarte, ConnecticutG – John Leach, New HampshireG – Sam Snider, Oregon