2003 Men's Soccer All-Big Ten Teams First Team Forward NED GRABAVOY, Jr., IND KNOX CAMERON, Jr., MICH John Minagawa-Webster, Jr., MSU Midfield DANNY O'ROURKE, Jr., IND Brian Plotkin, So., IND Mike White, Sr., MICH Brian Devlin, So., PSU Defense DREW MOOR, So., IND Kevin Taylor, Sr., MICH Nick DeGraw, Sr., MSU Goalkeeper *Jay Nolly, Jr., IND *Pete Dzubay, So., MICH *Mike Robinson, Sr., MSU First Team Forward Jake Peterson, Fr., IND Mychal Turpin, Jr., MICH Gerardo Alvarez, Fr., NU Midfield Craig Hearn, Sr., MSU Noah Goerlitz, Jr., WIS Nick Van Sicklen, Jr., WIS Ryan McMahen, So., MSU Defense Kevin Wittig, Sr., MSU A.J. Weber, Sr., OSU Aaron Hohlbein, Fr., WIS Goalkeeper Eric Hanson, Jr., WIS 2003 Men's Soccer All-Freshman Team Position Forward Jake Peterson, IND Gerardo Alvarez, NU Simon Omekanda, PSU Midfield Dan Chille, NU Taylor Korpieski, OSU Jeff Chambers, PSU Defense Jed Zayner, IND Julian Dieterle, IND Markku Viitanen, PSU Aaron Hohlbein, WIS Goalkeeper Matt Novchich, PSU Athlete of the Year: Knox Cameron, MICH Coach of the Year: JERRY YEAGLEY, IND Co-Freshmen of the Year: *Jed Zayner, IND & *Gerardo Alvarez, NU UNANIMOUS SELECTIONS IN ALL CAPS A few oddities here. First, if three GKs tie for first team honors, which is in itself kinda strange, how can another GK, who is by definition at best the FOURTH best GK in the conference, be a SECOND team all conference pick? Second, Alvarez and Zayner tie for Freshmen of the Year honors. OK, I have no qualms with that. But, three freshmen made the conference second team - none made the first team - and Alvarez was one of them but Zayner wasn't. If the two other frosh were good enough to be second team all conference and Zayner wasn't, how can he be a "co" freshmen of the year with another all conference pick?