Major League Lacrosse All-Pro Team for 2013 Announced

Tied with Crowley for 55 points on the season, Denver's Chris Bocklet is the first of the attackmen to make the team. He leads the League in both points and goals, scoring 42, and has also scored five or more points in eight games this season. He only failed to put up points in one game this season but played in all 14 contests for the undefeated Outlaws.

Charlotte's captain Matt Danowski has emerged as a true team leader for the young Hounds. Fourth in the League in scoring, Danowski has led his team to their first Championship Weekend. He grabbed 49 points on the season including 33 goals and six two-pointers.

Brendan Mundorf has rounded off the Outlaws' powerful attack, contributing 23 goals and 18 assists in 2013. His 41 points this season bring his career total to 347. In 2013, Mundorf made the All-Star team for his seventh consecutive season, and this will be his fourth season earning the honor of All-Pro Team.

Cumulatively, the 2013 MLL All-Pro Team attack and midfield have scored 298 points on the season and 195 goals. As a whole, this team presents some of the MLL's best talent, including both Schwartzman and Gurenlian, who have broken single-season records at their respective positions.

Ten of the 13 players named to the All-ProTeam will compete at Championship Weekend presented by Smartlink on August 24 and 25 in Philadelphia.

Players named to the 2013 MLL All-Pro Team:

Goalie: Jesse Schwartzman (Denver)

Defense: Tucker Durkin (Hamilton), Mike Evans (Chesapeake), Brodie Merrill (Hamilton), Lee Zink (Denver)

Faceoff: Greg Gurenlian (New York)

Midfield: Kevin Crowley (Hamilton), Paul Rabil (Boston), Jeremy Sieverts (Denver),

Attack: Chris Bocklet (Denver), Matt Danowski (Charlotte), Brendan Mundorf (Denver)

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