NILCA Announces National All-America Class for 2014 Season

St. Louis, MO - The National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association is pleased to announce their National All-America Class for the 2014 season. The 2014 class is represented by student-athletes from 18 states and the District of Columbia as well as 20 colleges and universities. NILCA congratulates the following players on their accomplishments during the 2014 season.

1st Team
Player Position High School College
Conner Fields Attack Bishop Timon-St. Jude (NY) Albany
Joe Lang Attack St. Ignatius Prep (CA) Harvard
Shack Stanwick Attack Boys' Latin (MD) Johns Hopkins
Bradley Voigt Attack Penn Yan HS (NY) Syracuse
Justin Anderson Midfield Centennial HS (NV) North Carolina
Craig Berge Midfield Massapequa HS (NY) Georgetown
Tal Bruno Midfield Boys' Latin (MD) Johns Hopkins
Brendan Collins Midfield Georgetown Prep (DC) Notre Dame
Nick Phillips Midfield Mullen HS (CO) Denver
Joel Tinney Midfield Culver Academy (IN) Johns Hopkins
Austin Fusco Defense Yorktown HS (NY) Syracuse
Joe Kenna Defense St Stephen's & St Agnes (VA) North Carolina
Greg Pelton Defense Malvern Prep (PA) Duke
Chase York Defense Mercer Island HS (WA) Loyola
Jake Miller LSM Arrowhead HS (WI) Brown
Phil Huffard Goalie Darien HS (CT) Yale
Owen Malloy Goalie Ridge HS (NJ) Notre Dame

2nd Team
Player Position High School College
Tyler Breen Attack Taft School (MA) Virginia
Ryan Keenan Attack Smithtown West (NY) Penn State
Mitch Russell Attack Fort Mill (SC) Duke
Mikey Wynne Attack St. Paul's School (MD) Notre Dame
Jason Alessi Midfield Brother Rice (MI) Michigan
Sean Cerrone Midfield Chaminade HS (NY) Villanova
Adam DiMillo Midfield Bishop Timon-St. Jude (NY) Maryland
Max Parker Midfield Lake Highland Prep (FL) Syracuse
Joe Reid Midfield Casa Grande HS (CA) Denver
Jake Seau Midfield The Bishop's School (CA) Duke
Foster Higgins Defense Episcopal Dallas (TX) Loyola
Kurt Holubs Defense Bergan Catholic (NJ) Princeton
Conner Keating Defense Haverford (PA) Pennsylvania
Greyson Torain Defense DeMatha (DC) Navy
Wiley Sherman LSM Hotchkiss School (CT) Harvard
Peter Welch LSM Delbarton (NJ) Duke
Tyler Blaisdell Goalie Thayer Academy (MA) Princeton
Jenson Makarov Goalie Wheat Ridge (CO) Maryland

NILCA was formed to provide dedicated service to men's high school lacrosse coaches throughout the United States. NILCA seeks to identify and provide solutions to issues raised by the aforementioned high school lacrosse coaches and monitor the integrity of the game.

NILCA will again be conducting its annual meeting December 12th & 13th during the IMLCA Convention in Baltimore, Maryland. A detailed schedule of meetings and presentations will be available at the IMLCA web site, www.lacrossecoaches.org.

2014-08-07



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