From Dodge City, Kan., Ricardo recorded five multi-goal games and led his team with four game-winners. The senior forward is credited with scoring the first goal in FHSU history in a 1-0 overtime victory against Adams State. In 17 games in 2011, Ricardo scored 15 goals, finished tied for seventh in goals per game, tied for 16th in points (35) and ninth in points per game.
Fort Hays State Athletics

Junior goalkeeper Ryan Bass finished the 2011 season with a 16-2-3 record. From Jackson, Mo., Ryan recorded 14 shutouts in 21 games while allowing only seven goals. He tallied 54 saves and led the nation in save percentage (.885). 
Rockhurst Athletics

As a junior in 2011, Kenny was first in the nation in goals (23), first in total points (48), second in goals per game (1.10) and fifth in points per game (2.29). In the impressive campaign, he appeared in a total of 21 games.
Palm Beach Atlantic Athletics

In 21 games, the senior forward was tied for fifth in goals (17) and tied 15th in goals per game. From Dartmouth, Mass., he began 2011 with seven consecutive games with at least one goal. He also added eight game-winners to his stat line. 
Southern New Hampshire Athletics

In 21 games in 2011, then freshman AJ Black tallied the fourth most assists in the nation (12). He was also eighth in the league in assists per game. As a sophomore, he looks to improve on an impressive collegiate debut season. 
Palm Beach Atlantic Athletics

From Houston, Texas, senior forward Carlos Recinos hopes for an encore performance of 2011. A year ago, he finished tied 25th in the nation with 13 goals. He added a total of 10 assists which placed him 13th among the country's elite players. 
Coker Athletics

Peach Belt Conference Freshman-of-the-Year Sam Miles finishd his first season 31st in the nation in goals (12) and 32nd in points (29). With possibly more than 18 games in 2012, Miles' combination of minutes and experience could help him drastically.
UNC Pembroke Athletics

In 2011, then freshman Diego Cabral recorded 11 assists which placed him seventh among the country's best. In 18 games, his total assists had him sixth in the nation in assists per game. Now as a sophomore, Diego hopes to improve on that mark.
Fort Hays State Athletics

Youngster Jose Ferraz finished his freshman campaign tied 15th in the nation in total goals (15). He also ended the 2011 season tied 25th in goals per game. In his second full season, Jose looks to duplicate his prior success.
Christian Brothers Athletics

Appearing in 19 games as a sophomore, midfielder/forward Tesho Akindele led the RMAC in goals, points per game and points. Tesho was sixth in the nation in points per game, ninth in goals per game and seventh in assists per game. From Thornton, Colo., he finished tied for seventh in points (43), tallied 16 goals, recorded 11 assists and three game-winners. 
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