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Oct. 30, 2006

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – – Five members of the Virginia Men’s soccer team were honored by the Atlantic Coast Conference as the All-ACC Soccer Teams were announced Monday. Junior midfielder Nico Colaluca was named to the All-ACC First Team while senior forward Adam Cristman, sophomore forward Yannick Reyering and red-shirt freshman defender Bakary Soumare were named second team All-ACC. Freshman midfielder Jonathan Villanueva was named to the All-Freshmen Team.

Colaluca, a two-time All-ACC second team selection, earned first team honors. He started all 16 games for the Cavaliers and scored a career-best six goals and career-best five assists for 17 points, which ranks second on the team. He’s played 1,278 minutes in the field for the Cavaliers.

Reyering leads the team with eight goals, seven assists and 23 points. He has four game-winning goals. It is the second straight year that he’s earned All-ACC honors as he was a first team selection in 2005.

Cristman is third on the team in goals (6), assists (4) and points (16). He earned second team honors for the second straight year.

In his first season playing in the back, Soumare helped the Cavaliers to seven shutouts and an 0.80 goals against average limiting teams to 13 goals in 16 games. He started 15 of 16 games and played 1,389 minutes.

Villanueva is fourth on the team in scoring with two goals and three assists for seven points. He has started 13 of 15 games playing 1,008 minutes.

It is the first time since the 2001 season that the Cavaliers had five players selected to all-conference teams.

The Duke Blue Devils, 2006 ACC co-regular season champions, and Virginia led all schools with four honorees each on this year’s All-Conference teams. All nine schools were represented on this year’s All-ACC first- and second-teams. In addition to Duke, which placed a pair of Blue Devils on the All-ACC first-team, Maryland and Wake Forest added two apiece, while the Cavs notched a trio on the All-ACC second-team.

Maryland sophomore Chris Seitz was named Defensive Player of the Year and Maryland’s Jeremy Hall was tabbed as 2006 ACC Freshman of the Year. Charlie Davies of Boston College was honored as the ACC Offensive Player of the Year. For the third time in his career, Wake Forest’s Jay Vidovich was selected as the 2006 ACC Coach of the Year.

2006 All-ACC First Team
Nico Colaluca, Midfielder, Virginia
Charlie Davies, Forward, Boston College
Maurice Edu, Midfielder, Maryland
Mike Grella, Forward, Duke
Partick Nyarko, Forward, Virginia Tech
Dane Richards, Forward, Clemson
Chris Seitz, Goalkeeper, Maryland
Andre Sherard, Defender, North Carolina
Ryan Solle, Midfielder, Wake Forest
Michael Vadiera, Midfielder, Duke
Julian Valentin, Defender, Wake Forest

2006 All-ACC Second Team
Reuben Ayarna, Midfielder, Boston College
Adam Cristman, Forward, Virginia
Brian Edwards, Goalkeeper, Wake Forest
Michael Harrington, Defender, North Carolina
Kyle Helton, Defender, Duke
Stephen King, Midfielder, Maryland
Phil Marfuggi, Goalkeeper, Clemson
Frederico Moojen, Forward, Clemson
Yannick Reyering, Forward, Virginia
Alan Sanchez, Midfielder, NC State
Bakary Soumare, Defender, Virginia
Spencer Wadsworth, Forward, Duke

2006 All-ACC Freshmen Team
Joshua Bienefeld, Midfielder, Duke
Charlie Campbell, Midfielder, Virginia Tech
Austin Da Luz, Midfielder, Wake Forest
Bill Dworsky, Forward, North Carolina
Greg Echardt, Defender, Clemson
Omar Gonzalez, Defender, Maryland
Jeremy Hall, Forward, Maryland
Jason Harrick, Forward, Maryland
Alan Sanchez, Midfielder, NC State
Zack Schllawsky, Forward, Wake Forest
Jonathan Villanueva, Midfielder, Virginia

2006 Offensive Player of the Year
Charlie Davies, Boston College
2006 Defensive Player of the Year
Chris Seitz, Maryland
2006 Freshman of the Year
Jeremy Hall, Maryland
2006 Coach of the Year
Jay Vidovich, Wake Forest

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