For outstanding play at this year’s Nationals in Ohio State, here is the 2014 All Nationals Team:
- Kevin Bailey: MVP
- Camden Fullmer
- Eric Paul
- Felix Perrone
- Dylan Fettig
- Brent Gromer
- Max Siler
- Mike Van Ermen
- Myles Shephard
- Colin O’Brien
- Dan Shackelford
- Joe Tobin
- Mark Trippiedi
- Joey Cardella
- Trevor Nordberg
Kevin Bailey, #4 Grand Valley
Kevin helped lead the Lakers to their second straight title this year with his stellar play on the court.
Camden Fullmer, #13 Kent State
Camden finished his career in the NCDA with a strong all around tournament for Kent.
Eric Paul, #9 Michigan State
Eric helped lead the Spartans to yet another final four appearance.
Felix Perrone, #76 Western Kentucky
In his final year Felix had a stellar showing of his skills in Columbus.
Dylan Fettig, 24 Grand Valley
Dylan was another strong piece in the Lakers championship run this year.
Brent Gromer, #00 James Madison
Coming off ACL surgery, Brent proved he is one of the most athletic players in the league again this Nationals.
Max Siler, #38 Saginaw Valley
Max captained the Cardinals to an impressive run to the championship game this year.
Mike Van Ermen, #6 Michigan State
In his final year, Mike was a crucial part in the Spartans return to the final four this year.
Myles Shephard, #00 Saginaw Valley
Myles had a solid all around showing at this year’s tournament.
Colin O’Brien, #18 Michigan State
As the third Spartan selected, Colin was another big piece to the Spartan final four puzzle this year.
Dan Shackelford, #33 Kent State
Dan’s leadership was an integral part in Kent’s strong play at Ohio State.
Joe Tobin, #5 Towson
Joe turned a lot of heads with his strong arm this weekend in his Nationals debut.
Mark Trippiedi, #8 Grand Valley
Mark did everything he could to help bring home another championship in his final year as a player.
Joey Cardella, # 15 James Madison
Joey’s play was a big help to the Dukes reaching their first ever Final Four this year.
Trevor Nordberg, #36 Grand Valley
In a team full of solid players, Trevor’s stellar play definitely stood out at Ohio State.