May 22, 2014

USILA Division I All-Americans Announced

from Press Release

Albany's Miles and Lyle Thompson both made the first-team, while cousin Ty is an honorable mention. (Greg Wall)

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association has announced the All-Americans for Division I.

Seven first-team All-Americans will be in action this weekend at M&T Bank Stadium in the NCAA Tournament championship weekend. Maryland has the most first-team All-Americans with four. Duke has 10 overall; Virginia and North Carolina are tied for second-most with six each. There are 96 All-Americans overall across the four teams.

The only team at this weekend's final four without any first-team selections is Denver, which placed Jeremy Noble on the second team and had four selections overall.

First team

A Lyle Thompson, Jr., Albany
A Miles Thompson, Sr., Albany
A Jordan Wolf, Sr., Duke
M Connor Buczek, Jr., Cornell
M Michael Chanenchuk, Sr., Maryland
M Deemer Class, So., Duke
M Tom Schreiber, Sr., Princeton
LSM Michael Ehrhardt, Sr., Maryland
LSM John LoCascio, Sr., Villanova
FO Kevin Massa, So., Bryant
D Joseph Fletcher, Sr., Loyola
D Goran Murray, Jr., Maryland
D Steve O'Hara, Sr., Notre Dame
G Niko Amato, Sr., Maryland

Second team

A Matt Kavanagh, So., Notre Dame
A Kieran McArdle, Sr., St. John's
A Kevin Rice, Sr., Syracuse
A Justin Ward, Sr., Loyola
M Myles Jones, So., Duke
M Patrick Laconi, Sr., Loyola
M Jeremy Noble, Sr., Denver
M Chad Tutton, Jr., North Carolina
LSM Michael Pellegrino, Jr., Johns Hopkins
FO Charlie Raffa, Jr., Maryland
D Scott McWilliams, Sr., Virginia
D Brandon Mullins, So., Syracuse
D Jack Reilly, Sr., Johns Hopkins
G Jack Runkel, Sr., Loyola

Third Team

A Wesley Berg, Jr., Denver
A Mark Cockerton, Sr., Virginia
A John Glesener, Jr., Army
A Joey Sankey, Jr., North Carolina
M Ryan Creighton, Sr., North Carolina
M Jesse King, Jr., Ohio State
M Zack Losco, Sr., Penn
M Ben McIntosh, Sr., Drexel
LSM Luke Duprey, Sr., Duke
FO Brendan Fowler, Sr., Duke
FO Tyler Knarr, Sr., Georgetown
D Chris Hipps, Sr., Duke
D Maxx Meyer, Sr., Penn
D Tanner Scales, So., Virginia
G Brian Feeney, Sr., Penn
G Austin Kaut, Sr., Penn State
G Gunnar Waldt, So., Bryant

Honorable Mention

Gunnar Waldt was one of three third-team All-American goalies. (Kevin P. Tucker)

A Jimmy Bitter, Jr., North Carolina
A Ryan Brown, So., Johns Hopkins
A Mike Crampton, Sr., Air Force
A Josh Dionne, Sr., Duke
A Dylan Donahue, So., Syracuse
A Matt Donovan, Jr., Cornell
A Devin Dwyer, So.H, arvard
A Matt Gregoire, Sr., UMBC
A Richard Hurley, Jr., Siena
A Ty Thompson, Sr., Albany
A Daniel Lintner, Sr., Cornell
A Sam Llinares, So., Hofstra
A Dan Lomas, So., High Point
A Colin McLinden, Jr., Fairfield
A Tyler Melnyk, Sr., Marquette
A Conrad Oberbeck, Jr., Yale
A James Pannell, So., Virginia
A Nikko Pontrello, Jr., Loyola
A Wells Stanwick, Jr., Johns Hopkins
A Shane Sturgis, Sr., Penn State
A Dan Taylor, Jr., Lehigh
A Nick Trizano, Sr., Drexel
M Erik Adamson, Jr., Denver
M Ryan Belka, Jr., Drexel
M Holden Cattoni, So., Johns Hopkins
M Colin Dunster, Sr., Bryant
M Rob Emery, Sr., Virginia
M Will Haus, Jr., Duke
M Ryan Izzo, Jr., UMass
M Chris LaPierre, Sr., Virginia
M Jack Near, Jr., Notre Dame
M Erik Smith, Sr., Air Force
M Christian Walsh, Sr., Duke
M Billy Ward, Sr., Syracuse
LSM Patrick Kiernan, Sr., Navy
LSM Bobby Schmitt, Jr., Bellarmine
FO Nick Saputo, Jr., Drexel
D Christian Burgdorf, Fr., Denver
D Robert Duvnjak, So., Harvard
D Tom Freshour, Sr., Cornell
D Matt Harris, Sr., Syracuse
D Robert Lawrence, Sr., Colgate
D Henry Lobb, Sr., Duke
D Joe Meurer, Sr., Ohio State
D Austin Pifani, Fr., North Carolina
D Jackson Place, Sr., Bucknell
D Jordan Stevens, Jr., Cornell
D Tripp Telesco, So., Lehigh
G Kieran Burke, So., North Carolina
G Matt Poillon, Jr., Lehigh
G Sam Somers, Jr., Army


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