Justin Hoskins and Sam Charles of Montana State Billings earned first-team all-Great Northwest Athletic Conference men's soccer honors for the second straight year.
Charles, a junior forward from England, was a unanimous first-team pick. Hoskins is a senior defender from Billings.
Charles and Hoskins were two of six Yellowjackets to earn all-GNAC honors.
Midfielder Scott Dixon, defender Tom Milroy and goal keeper Matt Mitchell were chosen for the second team while midfielder Jurell Linford was an honorable selection.
Charles led the GNAC and MSUB with 19 goals for 44 points. His 19 goals matches the single-season record he set last season. Charles was the GNAC Player of the Year in 2007. Hoskins finished with eight points, including four goals. He and Milroy played and started in all 18 games this season.
Dixon led the Yellowjackets with seven assists and became the career leader this season. Mitchell had the second-best goals against average in school history at 1.06 in his first season as the starting goal keeper. Mitchell had four shutouts this season.
Matt Pele of GNAC champion Western Washington was chosen the Player of the Year, while WWU's Travis Connell was honored as Coach of the Year. He also earned the honor for GNAC women's soccer.