Mulgrew Named NSCAA/Continental Tire All-American
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Mulgrew Named NSCAA/Continental Tire All-American

FAIRFAX, Va. – Senior forward Timi Mulgrew was named a Third Team NSCAA/Continental Tire Division I All-American as announced by the NSCAA on Friday.

"Timi had a great year and a great career representing George Mason at the highest level," said head coach Greg Andrulis. "He joins a very special group of exceptional student-athletes who achieved All- American status while representing George Mason. He had a truly remarkable career at Mason and has secured his legacy as one of the all-time best."

The program also extends its congratulations to Mark Ryan, current men's soccer Hall of Fame member who mentored and coached Mulgrew through his formative years.

The award comes days after the Sterling, Va. native was named to the All-Midwest Region First Team and being named to the Atlantic 10 Conference First Team earlier in the awards season.

Mulgrew becomes the second player in two years to earn All-American honors, joining current sophomore Steffen Kraus who was also named to the NSCAA Third Team in 2013.

 It is the first time the program has produced back-to-back All-Americans since the 01-02 season when John O'Hara and Damian O'Rourke were named Third Team Freshman All-Americans by College Soccer News. Mason men's soccer also produced at least one NSCAA All-American from 1991-93, with Joseph Addo and Tamir Linhart each earning the honor twice.

Mulgrew capped off his senior season with a career high in goals scored (13) and points (28). He end's his tenure with 26 career goals, tied for the ninth most in Mason history along with 170 shots, the fourth most in program history. 

First Team

Pos Name Class School Hometown
K Alex Bono Jr. Syracuse Baldwinsville, N.Y.
D Joseph Greenspan* Sr. United States Naval Academy Westfield, N.J.
D Brandon Vincent Jr. Stanford Valencia, Calif.
D Joshua Yaro So. Georgetown Santa Barbara, Calif.
M Jay Chapman Jr. Michigan State Campbellford, Ont.
M Patrick Hodan Jr. Notre Dame Brookfield, Wis.
M Leo Stolz* Sr. UCLA Munich, Germany
M Tanner Thompson So. Indiana Loomis, Calif.
F Andy Craven Sr. North Carolina St. Simons Island, Ga.
F Fabien Herbers  So. Creighton Ahaus, Germany
F Robbie Kristo** Sr. Saint Louis St. Louis, Mo.
F Jordan Morris So. Stanford Mercer Island, Wash.

Second Team

Pos First Class School Hometown
K Tyler Miller Sr. Northwestern Woodbury, N.J.
D Francis De Vries So. Saint Francis (Pa.) Christchurch, New Zealand
D Boyd Okwuonu* Sr. North Carolina Edmond, Okla.
D Jose Ribas Sr. Creighton Guayaquil, Ecuador
M Fatai Alashe Sr. Michigan State Northville, Mich
M Eric Bird* Sr. Virginia Virginia Beach, Va.
M Nicholas Besler Sr. Notre Dame Overland Park, Kan.
M Timo Pitter Jr. Creighton Oberschwarzach, Germany
F Connor Hallisey Sr. California Granite Bay, Calif.
F Camerson Iwasa Sr. UC Irvine Sacramento, Calif.
F Kyle Parker Jr. North Carolina-Charlotte Marvin, N.C.
F Khiry Shelton Sr. Oregon State Leander, Texas

Third Team

Pos First Class School Hometown
K Callum Irving Jr. Kentucky Vancouver, B.C.
D Michael Amick So. UCLA Sunnyvale, Calif.
D Oumar Ballo* Sr. UMBC Baltimore, Md.
D Forrest Lasso Sr. Wofford Raleigh, N.C.
D Andy Thoma Sr. Washington Los Alamos, N.M.
M Cristian Roldan So. Washington Pico Rivera, Calif.
M Jamie Dell Sr. North Carolina-Wilmington Chapel Hill, N.C.
M Phil Towler Sr. Providence Cumbria, England
F Brandon Allen* Jr. Georgetown Old Bridge, N.J.
F Sal Bernal Sr. UNLV Las Vegas, Nev.
F Guillermo Delgado* So. Delaware Tres Cantos, Spain
F Timi Mulgrew Sr. George Mason Sterling, Va.
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