The men’s soccer team from Oklahoma Wesleyan was well-represented on the 2015 NAIA Men’s Soccer All-America teams, including three that were named to the first team.
The Eagles’ Fernando Machado, Stephan Milicevic and Perica Obradovic were each placed on the first team for the All-America list this season.
OKWU finished the season 20-1-1 and advanced to the second round of the NAIA national tournament, falling to Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 5-4 in penalty kicks after two overtime sessions couldn’t settle a scoreless tie.
Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Jack McGowan was named to the third team and Caio Ruiz was on the list as an honorable mention.
USAO had three players earn spots on the All-America list as well: Stephen Owusu was on the second team, Liam Madden on the third team and Alex Breadman was honorably mentioned.
Southwestern Christian’s Adam Butler made the list as an honorable mention as well.
Additionally, in women’s soccer, there were two players from Oklahoma schools to receive honorable mention to the NAIA All-America team: Ailee Thompson, from Oklahoma City, and Kaja Cremin, from Oklahoma Wesleyan.