ACC Leads with Seven NSCAA All-Americans

GREENSBORO, N.C. – A national-best seven Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer student-athletes were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s All-America Teams.

Clemson’s Kyle Fisher, the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and Wake Forest’s Jack Harrison, the Offensive Player of the Year, are joined on the first team by North Carolina’s Jonathan Campbell.

Clemson’s Andrew Tarbell and Paul Clowes, the ACC Midfielder of the Year, and Syracuse’s Julian Buescher earned second team accolades, while Clemson’s T.J. Casner was named to the third team.

Clemson, which advanced to Sunday’s national championship game, had a national-best four players recognized.

First Team
Kyle Fisher, Sr., D, Clemson
Jonathan Campbell, Sr., D, North Carolina
Jack Harrison, Fr., M, Wake Forest

Second Team
Andrew Tarbell, Jr., K, Clemson
Paul Clowes, Sr., M, Clemson
Julian Buescher, So., M, Syracuse

Third Team
T.J. Casner, Sr., F, Clemson