2008 USILA Men's Division I Lacrosse All-Americans

Seibald, a three-time All-American from Hewlett, N.Y., is also a three-time first-team All-Ivy selection, becoming only the eighth player in Cornell history to earn that distinction. He finished the year ranked second on the team with 27 goals and third overall with 33 points. A two-way player with tremendous speed and strength, he registered his 100th career point this season. He holds the longest point scoring streak on the team, and the fifth-longest in the country, having registered at least one point in the past 34 games. Seibald became the first Big Red men's lacrosse player to be named a finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy, doing so as a sophomore in 2007, making him one of only five sophomores in the history of the award to be named a finalist.

Glynn earns a second-team All-American nod for the second straight season. The senior midfielder is a two-time first-team All-Ivy selection and finished the year ranked second on the team with 44 points off 18 goals and a team-best 26 assists. This season, Glynn took over the majority of the face-off duties for the Big Red and proved to be one of the best in the nation, ranking third in the country with a .679 win percentage. Glynn also ranked ninth in the nation with 5.47 ground balls per game and 17th overall with 1.67 assists per game.

Hurley earns his first All-American selection after a breakout sophomore season in which he became just the 11th individual in Cornell history to score more than 40 goals in a single season. Likewise, his 60 total points on the season were the most by a Cornell sophomore since Eamon McEneaney tallied 96 points in 1975.A unanimous first-time All-Ivy selection in just his first year as a starter, Hurley proved to be an offensive power, ranking fourth in the nation with 3.07 goals per game and sixth overall with 4.00 points per game. Hurley led the team with 46 goals and has added 14 assists for a team-best 60 points.

Moyer, a third-team preseason All-American selection, earned the second honorable mention selection of his career. The junior defender was named to All-Ivy first-team for the first time this year after being named second-team last season. Moyer is the cornerstone of a Big Red defense that ranked 20th in the country in scoring defense, allowing only 8.53 goals per game. Moyer started every game this season and picked up 35 ground balls on the year.

The Big Red finished the season with an 11-4 overall record and earned a share of its sixth straight Ivy League title with a 5-1 conference mark.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio Led by second-team selection Kevin Buchanan, four Ohio State men's lacrosse players have earned USILA All-America honors for 2008, the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association announced Saturday. Senior Stefan Schroder and juniors Joel Dalgarno and Peet Poillon were honorable mention selections, as the squad had the most All-Americans since three were honored in both 2003 and '04.

Buchanan, a senior attackman from Cockeysville, Md. (Calvert Hall), is the first Buckeye named to the second team since Greg Bice in 2004 and just the fourth Buckeye to earn USILA All-America first, second or third team honors in program history. The 2008 Great Western Lacrosse League Player of the Year, he led the Buckeyes with a career-best 76 points, ranking fourth in the NCAA in points per game. His 76 points in 2008, which led the league, were the fourth-best single-season mark for a Buckeye, his 44 goals tied for sixth in a single season and his 32 assists ranked seventh. He ended his career second in Buckeye history with 175 career points, ranking fourth in the record book for career assists (78) and ninth in career goals (97). Buchanan had a point in each of the last 46 games of his collegiate career (93-74-167), had multiple points in each of his last 29 games and closed it out with a 26-game goal-scoring streak. Buchanan earned first-team All-GWLL honors each of his last three years as a Buckeye and was a three-time league player of the week in 2008.

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