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Princeton's Hoppenot Named a 2010 NSCAA Division I All-American

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- Junior forward Antoine Hoppenot of the Princeton men’s soccer team has been named to the 2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men’s NCAA Division I All-America Team, it was announced by the organization on Friday. He earned second-team honors.

Hoppenot was also named third-team All-America by College Soccer News.

The 2010 Ivy League Player of the Year continues to add to his postseason accolades. He was a semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy and is a nominee for the Soccer News Net Player of the Year. Hoppenot was named first-team All-Region by the NSCAA earlier in the week and is a first-team All-Ivy League selection.

The Princeton, N.J., native led the league in scoring with nine goals and five assists for 23 points. Hoppenot helped the Tigers to a 13-4-1 overall record and the program’s first perfect 7-0 Ivy League record. He guided Princeton to its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance after winning a program record 12 consecutive games during the regular season.

Hoppenot becomes the 13th player in Princeton history to earn All-America status and is the first since 2002, when Mike Nugent earned the prestigious honors.

2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men’s NCAA Division I All-America Team
FIRST TEAM
Pos., Player, Class, School, Hometown
K, Zac MacMath*, Jr., Maryland, St. Petersburg, Fla.
D, Kofi Sarkodie, Jr., Akron, Huber Heights, Ohio
D, A.J. Soares, Sr., California, Solana Beach, Calif.
D, Andrew Wenger, So., Duke, Lititz, Pa.
M, Michael Farfan*, Sr., North Carolina, Wildomar, Calif.
M, Matt Kassel, Jr., Maryland, Bridgewater, N.J.
M, Ryan Kinne*, Sr., Monmouth, Naugatuck, Conn.
M, Ben Sippola, Sr., Butler, Northfield, Minn.
F, Will Bruin, Jr., Indiana, St. Louis, Mo.
F, Tony Cascio, Jr., Connecticut, Gilbert, Ariz.
F, Darlington Nagbe*, Jr., Akron, Lakewood, Colo.
F, Colin Rolfe*, Jr., Louisville, Canton, Mich.
 
SECOND TEAM
K, David Bingham, Jr., California, Pleasanton, Calif.
D, Jalil Anibaba, Sr., North Carolina, Davis, Calif.
D, Austin Berry, Jr., Louisville, Cincinnati, Ohio
D, Matt Hedges, Jr., Butler, Carmel, Ind.
M, Nathaniel Baako, Sr., William & Mary, Accra, Ghana
M, Matheus Braga, Sr., Penn State, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
M, Arthur Ivo, Jr., SMU, Braganca Paulista, Brazil
F, Ethan Finlay, Jr., Creighton, Marshfield, Wis.
F, Jason Herrick, Sr., Maryland, Elmhurst, Ill.
F, Corey Hertzog, Jr., Penn State, Reading, Pa.
F, Antoine Hoppenot, Jr., Princeton, Princeton, N.J.
F, Soony Saad, Fr., Michigan, Dearborn, Mich.
 
THIRD TEAM
K, Josh Ford, Sr., Connecticut, Liverpool, N.Y.
D, RJ Allen, Jr., Monmouth, Old Bridge, N.J.
D, Michael Boxall, Sr., UC Santa Barbara, Auckland, New Zealand
D, Marcello Castro, So., Sacred Heart, Parana, Brazil
M, Rafael Baca, Sr., Loyola Marymount, Lawndale, Calif.
M, Warren Creavalle, Jr., Central Florida, Acworth, Ga.
M, Enzo Martinez, So., North Carolina, Rock Hill, S.C.
M, Kelyn Rowe, Fr., UCLA, Federal Way, Wash.
F, Ryan Finley, So., Duke, Lumberton, N.J.
F, Levi Houapeu, Sr., UMBC, Germantown, Md.
F, Karo Okiomah, Jr., High Point, Austin, Texas
F, Davis Paul, Sr., California, Upland, Calif.
*indicates prior selection