Led by second-team selection Doug Carr, the Seawolves placed four players on the Daktronics Division II All-America team to double the program record for All-Americans in one season.

Carr, a senior defender, was a second-team selection. Senior forward Ross Middlemiss was named to the third team and junior goalkeeper Brook Johnson and senior defender Scott Preckwinkle were honorable-mention selections.

Carr was the leader of a defense that allowed just 18 goals as SSU went 18-2-4 and captured the CCAA Tournament championship.

Middlemiss, the West Region Player of the Year and the CCAA Most Valuable Offensive Player, led the conference with 19 goals and eight assists. He has also been named a first-team academic All-American.

Johnson led the CCAA with a 0.62 goals against average and had 11 shutouts to tie the school career record of 24.

Preckwinkle, a Sonoma native, scored four goals and had two assists. He also earned first-team West Region and CCAA honors.