UNC senior midfielder Crystal Dunn, the 2012 MAC Hermann Trophy winner, is a repeat NSCAA Division I women’s All-America, along with UCLA defender Abby Dehkemper. Connecticut junior goalkeeper Andre Blake is a three-time NSCAA D-I men’s All-America, while Coastal Carolina senior Pedro Ribeiro was named All-America for the second time.
Rollins sophomore defender Walker Hume was named first team Division II All-America for the second year

This article is Premium, please Log in or Subscribe to view full content![show_to accesslevel=’Subscriber’]. West Florida senior Chelsea Palmer picked up her second Division II All-America honor, while Cal State Stanislaus senior Karenee Demery received her third.
In D-III men Rutgers-Camden sophomore Michael Ryan and Messiah’s Jeremy Payne were repeat All-Americas on the first team, along with Randolph senior Corey Sindle. Lynchburg senior Rachel Sadowski and Messiah senior Alicia Frey were repeat All-America selections in Division III women as first team picks.
Auburn Montgomery had three players on the NAIA Men’s first team All-America list: defender Talan Souza, midfielder Sebastian Wladyko and junior Elver Sigurdsson. AUM senior goalkeeper Vignir Johannesson was named to the second team. Lindsey Wilson placed sophomore midfielder Natasha Gensetter and junior midfielder Ayaki Shinada on the women’s NAIA first team. Embry-Riddle (Fla.) also had two first team All-America picks, Valarie Obita and Rebekka Gisladottir.
Southern Wesylan University, champions of NCCAA Division I were represented on first team ASll-America by sophomore goalkeeper Ruben Rodriguez and seinior forward Douglas Andrade. Moody Bible College had three players on the NCCAA Division II team: junior Richard Supe, junior Joshua Persson and senior Kujtim Rushiti.
A trio of Bob Jones University players capped off their national championship season with first-team All-America honorees: junior goalkeeper Tori Anderson, senior defender Sarah Iwanowycz, and senior forward Rebecca Luttrell.
Lee University senior Leah Fortune was first team NCAA D-I, her third career All-America honor. Her previous selections came when Lee was an NAIA school.

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