Freshman Cameron Smith (Redlands Citrus Valley) was chosen the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Defensive Most Valuable Player in a vote of coaches after the season ended earlier this month.
The 6-foot-1 defender had two goals and two assists on the season while holding down the Wolverines' back line that only conceded 16 goals.
Joining Smith on the first team was Ramon Nunez, Hugo Herrera and Cesar Becerra. Nunez (Jurupa Valley Rubidoux) led the Wolverines with 10 goals on the season, along with three assists in 18 appearance. All of his points came in PCAC play. Herrera (Palm Desert Shadow Hills) contributed offense from the back end, as he finished the season with five goals - four in PCAC play - and two assists. And Becerra (Moreno Valley) had seven goals - six in conference - as a midfielder.
Second team honors were given to Juan Luna, Jose Hernandez and Andy Quiroz, while Jason Hernandez was given an honorable mention.