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NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament Most Outstanding Player

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At the conclusion of the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament (the "College Cup" tournaments), United Soccer Coaches selects two Most Outstanding Players: one for the Offensive Most Outstanding Player and the Defensive Most Outstanding Player. The MOP need not be, but is often a member of the Championship team.

Past winners

An asterisk (*) next to a player's name indicates they did not play for the championship team.

NCAA Men's Division I Offensive MOP Award

NCAA Men's Division I Defensive MOP Award

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