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FTF Canada – NC EH EH All-Canadian Male Teams 2023


Goalkeeper | Nick Christoffersen | University of Pennsylvania

Christoffersen rounded out his collegiate career in fine fashion as he started all 15 of his appearances securing 7 clean sheets, while boasting a 0.67 goals against average and 0.81 save percentage respectively. Unsurprisingly, he was named to the All-Ivy League First Team and the All-Northeast Region Second Team.

Defender | Malik Henry | University of Akron

Henry was selected with the 33rd Overall pick in the 2024 MLS Draft by Chicago Fire FC after his stellar junior season at Akron. The fullback picked up 4 assists on his way to being named to the All-Big East Conference First Team and All-East Region Third Team.

Defender | Olu Oyegunle | Syracuse University

Oyegunle was a mainstay along the backline for Syracuse, playing over 1,000 minutes helping his team to a 9-5-7 record and starting 16 of 17 games. He opted to finish his collegiate career one year early, as he was selected by CF Montreal with the 39th Overall pick in the 2024 MLS Draft.

Defender | Jaden Manetta | Seattle University

Manetta was a beast of a central defender in the WAC. Starting all 19 appearances, he helped Seattle to a 12-4-3 record, while scoring 2 goals, providing an assist, and logging over 1,700 minutes. Deservedly, Manetta was selected to the All-WAC First Team.

Defender | Yves Tcheuyap | East Tennessee State University

Tcheuyap was a stalwart at the back for ETSU starting all 17 appearances and playing nearly every minute, amassing over 1,500 on the season. His only goal of the season was a game winner that came in the 81st minute against Presbyterian. Tcheuyap’s defensive prowess helped his side to 7 clean sheets on the season.

Defender | Josh Belluz | Syracuse University

Belluz led Syracuse in minutes during his final NCAA campaign, with a little more than 1,800 minutes across 21 matches. He was instrumental defensively, in their 7 clean sheets, and chipped in offensively with an assist and two goals, including a game winning goal against Boston University.

Midfielder | Jason Gajadhar | Northwestern University

Gajadhar was a consistent and steady presence in Northwestern’s midfield. He started in 15 of 17 appearances, playing over 1,200 minutes to help his side to a 10-4-3 record. Additionally, he scored 1 goal and provided 2 assists from his deep lying position.

Midfielder | Eitan Rosen | Boston University

Rosen finished his Senior season for the Terriers bagging 10 goals and contributing 2 assists, good for 22 points. Of his 10 goals, 4 of them were game winners as he was named to the All-Patriot First Team. After his dominant season, he was named to the All-Atlantic First Team.

Forward | Marcus Caldeira | West Virginia University

Caldeira’s Sophomore season was one to behold as he tallied 27 points, including 12 goals and 3 assists. His presence was felt nationwide as not only was he named to the All-Sun Belt Conference First Team and All-Southeast Region First Team, but he was also voted on the All-America Second Team. Caldeira’s season culminated in being selected 20th Overall in the 2024 MLS Draft by Minnesota United FC.

Forward | Chris Album | University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

Album was a force up top for Green Bay during his Sophomore season. He started 13 out of his 14 appearances, as he scored a whopping 9 goals and provided 2 assists over that span. He was named to the All-Horizon League First Team, the All-Horizon League Championship Tournament Team, as well as the All-North Region First Team.

Forward | Nicolas Fleuriau Chateau | St. John’s University

Fleuriau Chateau completed his collegiate career in style, racking up numerous individual honours. His 29 points included 2 assists and a ridiculous 14 goals in 17 appearances. He placed 7th in the NCAA for total goals and 18th in NCAA for total points. Subsequently, he was named to the All-Big East Conference First Team, All-East Region Second Team, and was selected by the Vancouver Whitecaps with the 74th Overall in the 2024 MLS Draft.


Goalkeeper | Nolan Premack | California Baptist University

Premack had a phenomenal Senior season as he started and played in 15 games, amassing over 1,300 minutes. He held a 0.99 goals against average, a 0.786 save percentage, and 6 clean sheets to lead CBU to a 10-6-4 record. Premack deservedly earned a nod on the All-WAC Second Team.

Defender | Jace Foster | Oakland University

Foster made huge strides in his second NCAA season as he made 19 appearances, starting 12 of the matches and amassing more than 1,000 minutes. He helped the Golden Grizzlies to 5 clean sheets as a key contributor to their defensive unit. Offensively, he also provided 2 assists to teammates during two wins.

Defender | Gabriel Mikina | Syracuse University

Mikina had a dominant Senior season for Syracuse, as he started 21 games, playing over 1,700 minutes. The defender helped Syracuse to 7 clean sheets, while he also scored 5 goals and supplied 1 assist. His contributions were vital for their success as 3 of his goals were game winners, and his assist was on the game winner.

Defender | Nick White | Harvard University

White finished his Senior season in fine fashion. He started 13 of his 15 appearances for the Crimson, helping them to an Ivy League Tournament Semifinal appearance. He scored 1 goal during the season and was named to the All-Ivy League Second Team for his contributions.

Defender | Habib Famuditimi | Seattle University

Famuditimi was a massive contributor to the backline for Seattle U during the 2023 season. The Senior amassed over 1,300 minutes over 19 appearances and 13 starts. His defensive prowess helped his side to 6 clean sheets on the season, while he also tallied 1 goal.

Midfielder | Junior Kone | Siena College

Kone is a massive threat from midfield for the Saints this past season. The West Ottawa SC product played over 1,200 minutes, scoring a team high 5 goals, while also providing 1 assist. He was selected to the All-MAAC Second Team for his efforts.

Midfielder | Albert Kang | Hofstra University

Kang was a beast all year for Hofstra. Starting 21 out of 22 of his appearances, the midfielder logged nearly 1,700 minutes. He scored 2 goals, while providing 6 assists for his teammates for 10 points on the season. He earned All-Atlantic Region Third Team honours.

Midfielder | Andres Delascio | Southern Illinois University – Evansville

Delascio played an integral role in SIUEs 16-1-3 season and an Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Championship. While playing nearly 1,200 minutes during the season in which he was 6th on his team in points after scoring 3 goals and supplying 5 assists for 11 points.

Midfielder | Keegan Walker | University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

Walker had a breakout Sophomore season for Green Bay. He was a mainstay in the team, starting 15 of his 16 appearances and playing over 1,000 minutes. He was named to the All-North Region Third Team after scoring 5 goals and supplying 4 assists, totalling 14 points.

Forward | Jeremy Opong | Seattle University

Opong had a big season up front for Seattle U. A regular in their starting eleven, he played nearly 1,000 minutes across 13 starts and 18 appearances. He totaled 9 points for the season with 3 goals, including a game winning goal over Cal State Fullerton, and providing 3 assists.

Forward | Carson Wood | Jacksonville University

Wood took the big step in his Junior season leading the line for the Dolphins. Starting 16 of his 17 appearances he led his side in points for the 2023 ASUN season with 14, consisting of a team high 6 goals, as well as 2 assists. He deservedly was named to the All-ASUN Conference Second Team.


Goalkeeper | Spencer King | Fairleigh Dickinson University

King finished his collegiate career in fine fashion starting and playing in all 18 of the Knights’ games. He was recognized on the All-NEC Second Team after boasting impressive individual stats including 6 clean sheets, a 1.29 goals against average, and 0.787 save percentage.

Defender | Rohin Kapila | University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

Kapila made massive strides in his sophomore season at Green Bay as he started all 18 of his appearances. He played over 1,500 minutes during the season, while contributing 3 assists and scoring 2 goals, including the game winner against rivals Milwaukee. 

Defender | Daniel Tareke | Purdue University – Fort Wayne

Tareke was a massive presence in the defensive unit for the Mastodons during the 2023 season. He started all 16 of his appearances, playing nearly every minute, reaching nearly 1,400 for the season. He was an instrumental part of their winning season, going 7-6-4.

Defender | Malik Sylvester | Oakland University

Sylvester took great leaps in his Sophomore year, playing in more games and logging more minutes. Starting 12 of his 15 appearances, he played over 1,200 minutes for the Golden Grizzlies backline. On top of that, Sylvester scored the first 2 goals of his collegiate career.

Defender | Richy Lapointe-Guevara | Seattle University

Lapointe-Guevara was a massive part of Seattle U’s 12-4-3 season. A massive contributor to the success of his side as he started 17 of his 19 appearances. Offensively, he also contributed with 2 goals and 2 assists, including a massive game winner against UW. 

Midfielder | Ali Zohar | Simon Fraser University

Zohar was SFU’s anchor in midfield during his senior season as he played 1,600 minutes starting in all 18 appearances. His lone goal on the season was a game winner against Westmont, while he also provided 5 assists. He was aptly named to the All-GNAC Honourable Mention Team, as well as the All-West Region Second Team.

Midfielder | Olivier Sylvain | University of San Francisco

Sylvain was an integral part of San Fran’s midfield as he played nearly every minute of their 17 games during the 2023 NCAA season. He started all 17 games of the season, helping them to an 8-4-5 record, playing over 1,500 minutes, and scoring 2 goals.

Midfielder | Devin O’Hea | Simon Fraser University

O’Hea had a memorable Senior season for SFU as he racked up a ton of points and numerous individual awards. He was named the GNAC Player of the year after scoring 9 goals and supplying 9 assists, totalling 27 points. He was subsequently named to the All-GNAC First Team and the All-West Region First Team.

Forward | Nathaniel Edwards | Syracuse University

Edwards started all 21 of his appearances during his Senior NCAA season. He scored 1 goal and recorded 4 assists during the year, good for 6 points. This was a career high in points and assists for Edwards during his NCAA tenure. 

Forward | Tom Akinola | Lake Erie College

Akinola finished his collegiate career in style for the Storm. Starting all 22 of his games and playing over 1,500 minutes, he amassed 18 points, scoring 8 goals and supplying 2 assists. He was named to the All-GMAC First Team and All-Midwest Region Second Team.

Forward | Andrew Paolucci | University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

Paolucci jumped off exactly where he left off after his Sophomore season, as a dangerous offensive threat to any defense. Playing just under 1,000 minutes on the season with 8 starts and 19 appearances, Paolucci tallied 13 points with 5 goals and 3 assists.


Goalkeeper | Isaiah Goldson | University of Michigan

Goldson was a stud in his first season as a starter in the BIG 10. He started 13 of his 14 appearances over the course of the season with 5 clean sheets, a 1.48 goals against average, and a 0.71 save percentage. Unsurprisingly, he was named to the All-BIG 10 Freshman Team.

Defender | Josh Gordon | Kentucky University

Gordon was an integral piece of Kentucky’s backline during the 2023 NCAA season, as he started 14 all of his appearances, totalling nearly 1,200 minutes. Defensively he helped his side to 7 clean sheets, while also earning his first NCAA point with an assist

Defender | Isaiah Whittaker-Francis | Drexel University

Whittaker-Francis impressed during his first season in the backline for the Dragons. He started 13/15 games and played over 1,000 minutes. Helping Drexel to a 9-2-5 record, Whittaker-Francis also scored 2 goals on the way to being named in the All-CCA Freshman Team.

Defender | Ross Appolon | Stetson University

Appolon was a consistent contributor in the Hatter’s backline, as he started 13 of his 17 appearances during his inaugural NCAA campaign. After playing nearly 1,200 minutes and getting his first NCAA assists, he was aptly named to the All-ASUN Freshman Team.

Defender | Mohamed Cisset | Pennsylvania State University

Cisset had a phenomenal Freshman season for Penn State. He played in 18 games, starting 14 of them, he played nearly 1,300 minutes helping them to a 10-4-5 record. Cisset also scored his first NCAA goal on November 3rd in a 3-1 win against Rutgers.

Defender | Mekhi Wright | Lindenwood University

Wright was a consistent presence in Lindenwood’s backline during his first collegiate season. He appeared in 14 total games, starting 12 of them and playing over 900 minutes. He also recorded his first NCAA point with an assist in a win over Chicago State.

Midfielder | Saad Chaouki | Rider University

Chaouki had a stellar Freshman campaign for the Broncs, starting 18 of 19 appearances, amassing over 1,600 minutes. He scored 2 goals and provided 6 assists and his way to being named the MAAC Rookie of the Year and to the All-MAAC First Team.

Midfielder | Jonathan Ghobrial | Fairleigh Dickinson University

Ghobrial started and played in all 17 games for the Knights during his Freshman season. He recorded his first NCAA points with assists in two different wins against Howard and Stonehill. After playing nearly 1,200 minutes, he was awarded with an All-NEC Freshman Team nod.

Forward | Michael Hennessey | Simon Fraser University

Hennessey had a season to remember, leading the line for SFU as a Freshman. He scored a staggering 13 goals in 18 games, while also providing 3 assists, totalling 29 points in his inaugural NCAA campaign. Unsurprisingly, he was named the GNAC Freshman of the Year, as well as a All-GNAC First Team and All-West Region Second Team member. 

Forward | Kimani Stewart-Baynes | University of Maryland

Stewart-Baynes was sensational during his first and only NCAA season for Maryland. He was named to the All-BIG 10 Freshman Team after scoring 3 goals and supplying 7 assists, totalling 13 points. After his incredible season, Stewart-Baynes signed a Generation Adidas contract and was selected with the 4th Overall Pick in the 2024 MLS Draft by the Colorado Rapids.

Forward | Daniele Mastroianni | University of Massachusetts – Lowell

Mastroianni made the most of his minutes during his inaugural first NCAA season. Playing nearly 700 minutes on the season he started 9 of his 16 appearances. Mastroianni scored 4 goals for the Riverhawks and was named to the All-AEC Freshman Team.

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