2015 TDS DI Men's Postseason Best XI Teams

2015 TDS DI Men's Postseason Best XI Teams
by TopDrawerSoccer
December 21, 2015

The 2015 men’s college soccer season is over. Stanford lifted the title in the Division I championship last week. 

With the closing note of the season, TopDrawerSoccer unveils the Teams of the Seasons as well as the Players of the Season. Stanford star Jordan Morris takes hold of the top spot as the 2015 TopDrawerSoccer Division I Men’s Soccer Player of the Year. Morris finished his junior campaign with 13 goals in 18 appearances. Morris had six game-winners for the Cardinal while splitting duty with the national team as well. Morris is one of two Stanford players to make the TDS First Team and one of three to make any of the teams. Left back Brandon Vincent was also selected to the first team while center back Tomas Hilliard-Arce checks in on the second team. 

Creighton and Akron both put two players on the first team as well. Midfielders Richie Laryea and Adam Najem helped Akron advance to the College Cup with each contributing stellar seasons to the MAC Champions. The two combined for 21 goals and 18 assists this season. 

Meanwhile, the Creighton pair of Timo Pitter and Fabian Herbers combined for 25 goals and 22 assists. Pitter and Herbers led Creighton to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals. 

Wake Forest freshman made the rare honor of cracking the TDS First Team. Harrison is the 2015 TopDrawerSoccer Division I Men’s Soccer Freshman of the Year. The spectacular debut season culminated with Harrison leading Wake Forest to the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. He was named the ACC Player of the Year. 

Player of the Year: Jordan Morris, Stanford

Freshman of the Year: Jack Harrison, Wake Forest

Check back later this week for the release of the TDS Best 100 Players in Division I as well as other postseason honors. 

2015 TopDrawerSoccer Division I Men’s Soccer Best XI

First Team

Goalkeeper: Callum Irving (Kentucky)

Defenders: Joshua Yaro (Georgetown), Brandon Vincent (Stanford), Jonathan Campbell (North Carolina), Kyle Fisher (Clemson)

Midfielders: Jack Harrison (Wake Forest), Richie Laryea (Akron), Adam Najem (Akron), Timo Pitter (Creighton)

Forwards: Jordan Morris (Stanford), Fabian Herbers (Creighton)

Second Team

Goalkeeper: Andrew Tarbell (Clemson)

Defenders: Vincent Keller (Creighton), Reagan Dunk (Denver), Tomas Hilliard-Arce (Stanford)

Midfielders: Julian Buescher (Syracuse), Paul Clowes (Clemson), Mauro Cichero (SMU), Victor Souto (Akron), Amass Amonkona (Dayton)

Forwards: Abu Danladi (UCLA), Nick DePuy (UC Santa Barbara)

Third Team

Goalkeeper: Chris Froschauer (Ohio State)

Defenders: Kyle Bjornethun (Seattle), Francis De Vries (Saint Francis (PA)(m)), Liam Doyle (Ohio State)

Midfielders: Jacori Hayes (Wake Forest), Tanner Thompson (Indiana), Ian Harkes (Wake Forest)

Forwards: Brandon Allen (Georgetown), Jason Wright (Rutgers), Daniel Musovski (UNLV), David Olsen (Seattle)

2015 TopDrawerSoccer Division I Men’s Soccer Freshman Best XI

First Team

Goalkeeper: James Marcinkowski (Georgetown)

Defenders: Miles Robinson (Syracuse), Patrick Bunk-Andersen (Clemson), Andrew Gutman (Indiana), Sam Raben (Wake Forest)

Midfielders: Jose Hernandez (UCLA), Jackson Yueill (UCLA), Aaron Meyer (Utah Valley University(m))

Forward: Andre Shinyashiki (Denver), Francis Atuahene (Michigan), Juan Sebastian Sanchez (Tulsa)

Second Team

Goalkeeper: Justin Vom Steeg (UC Santa Barbara)

Defenders: Quentin Pearson (Washington), Jack Hagstrom (Brown)

Midfielders: Joel Rydstrand (Creighton), Derrick Etienne (Virginia), Geoffrey Acheamapong (UC Santa Barbara)

Forwards: Tate Schmitt (Louisville), Abdou Mbacke Thiam (Connecticut), Gordon Wild (USC Upstate), Sivert Daehlie (Radford), Sebastian Elney (Maryland)

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