USILA Division I Men's Lacrosse All-Americans

The Fighting Irish men's lacrosse program has now had at least one student-athlete claim All-America honors in every season dating back to 1993, a string of 17 years. Notre Dame's 24 All-Americans have combined for 41 All-America honors.

First Team

Attack
Billy Bitter, North Carolina
Brandon Corp, Colgate
Ned Crotty, Duke
Dan Glading, Virginia
Kenny Nims, Syracuse

Midfield
Matt Abbott, Syracuse
Shamel Bratton, Virginia
Mark Kovler, Princeton
Max Seibald, Cornell

Defense
Ken Clausen, Virginia
Michael Evans, Johns Hopkins
Matt Moyer, Cornell

Goalie
Jordan Burke, Brown


Second Team

Attack
Zack Greer, Bryant
Jack McBride, Princeton
Ryan Young, Maryland

Midfield
John Glynn, Cornell
Ben Hunt, North Carolina
Michael Kimmel, Johns Hopkins
Peet Poillon, UMBC

Defense
Parker McKee, Duke
Sid Smith, Syracuse
Chad Wiedmaier, Princeton

Goalie
Doc Schneider, Massachusetts


Third Team

Attack
Garrett Billings, Virginia
Ryan Hoff, Notre Dame
Rob Pannell, Cornell
Max Quinzani, Duke

Midfield
Brian Carroll, Virginia
Brian Christopher, Johns Hopkins
Sean Delaney, North Carolina
Brad Ross, Duke

Defense
Ryan Flanagan, North Carolina
Regis McDermott, Notre Dame
Chris Peyser, Princeton
Max Schmidt, Maryland

Goalie
Scott Rodgers, Notre Dame


Honorable Mention

Attack
Stephen Boyle, Johns Hopkins
Jay Card, Hofstra
Grant Catalino, Maryland
Brian Caufield, Albany
Jim Connolly, Massachusetts
Joel Dalgarno, Ohio State
Thomas Davis, Princeton
Ryan Hurley, Cornell
Stephen Keogh, Syracuse
Shane Koppens, Loyola
Jordan McBride, Stony Brook
Thomas Muldoon, Brown
Timothy Paul, Navy
Kyle Wharton, Johns Hopkins
Austin Winter, Bucknell

Midfield
Michael Colleluori, Hofstra
C. J. Costabile, Duke
Dan Groot, Maryland
Dan Hardy, Syracuse
Alex Hopmann, UMBC
Brian Karalunas, Villanova
Grant Krebs, Notre Dame
Anthony Muscarella, Hofstra
Peter Ricci, Loyola
Richard Sgalardi, Princeton
Mike Timms, Virginia
Shane Walterhoeffer, North Carolina
Joel White, Syracuse
Kyle Wimer, UMBC

Defense
Sam Barnes, Notre Dame
Steve Bauer, Georgetown
Peter Fallon, Brown
Diogo Godoi, Massachusetts
Billy Haire, Bucknell
Matt Kelly, Virginia
John Lade, Syracuse
Christian Scuderi, Hofstra
Andrew Tormey, Navy

Goalie
Andrew Adams, Penn State
Jeremy Blevins, UMBC
Tyler Fiorito, Princeton
Brent Herbst, Siena

* * * *

DURHAM, N.C.-Duke University senior Ned Crotty captured All-America first team recognition to headline Duke's five selections to the United States Intercollegiate All-America Teams as announced on Thursday morning. Four Blue Devils earned repeat honors, while rookie CJ Costabile garnered his first All-America award.

Crotty was voted to the first team attack, marking the first time he has earned a spot on the top team. Junior Parker McKee picked up second team recognition on defense, while junior Max Quinzani and senior Brad Ross earned third team honors. Costabile was voted to the honorable mention squad as a longstick midfielder.

«  Previous    1 2 3 4 5 6 7    Next  »

2009-05-21



Create a free lacrosse website