Also among the list of SAC superlatives are USAO's Scott Parkinson, named Defensive MVP, John-Ramses Thomas of Wayland Baptist, named Goalkeeper of the Year and John Brown Coach John Miglarese, the 2011 SAC Coach of the Year.
Forbes, a freshman forward from Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, led the SAC with 23 goals and 52 points on the season.
Parkinson, a sophomore from Liverpool, England, was center back for a tough Drover defense and also scored six goals on the season.
Thomas, a freshman from Plymouth, Tobago, led the SAC with 5.81 saves per game.
Miglarese guided the Golden Eagles to a 5-3-2 SAC record and a third-place finish.
Joining Thomas on the First Team in goal is Bryan Byars, a freshman from USAO.
The First-Team defenders, in addition to Parkinson, are USAO senior John Gardner; Oklahoma City senior Steven Short and Oklahoma Baptist junior Cristiano Sampaio.
The First-Team midfielders are USAO senior Niall Crick, Southern Nazarene sophomore Edgar Pineda, Oklahoma Christian senior Neil Hilton and Rogers State senior Henrique Souza.
The forwards, in addition to Forbes, are Oklahoma Baptist junior Victor Costa; Oklahoma City sophomore Adam Black and St. Gregory's junior Hugo Mondragon.
The Second-Team goalkeepers are Oklahoma Christian junior Tim Spencer and OBU freshman Marcus Oliveira.
Defenders on the Second Team are Rogers State senior Ryan Coffman, Mid-America Christian junior Andrew Webster, Lubbock Christian freshman Byron Knowles and John Brown junior Chris Soensken.
The Second-Team midfielders are LCU sophomore Jorge Martinez, JBU sophomore Andre Sanford-Williams, USAO freshman Kalokwera Okot and OBU sophomore Matheus Costa
The forwards on the Second Team are Wayland Baptist freshman Jevaughan Vance, OBU sophomore Adalberto Silva, Southern Nazarene sophomore Blake Rogers and RSU freshman Mohammed Shaban.