US Lacrosse Magazine's 2021 Division III Men's Preseason All-Americans


Cross Ferrara was a force in seven games last season, scoring 26 goals with six assists.

US Lacrosse Magazine announced Wednesday its 2021 Division III Men’s Preseason All-Americans, part of the magazine’s immersive coverage leading to the upcoming spring season.

Thirteen student-athletes from seven schools make up the preseason list, headlined by three players apiece from Salisbury and Tufts — two programs with high expectations should the 2021 season go off without a hitch.

US Lacrosse Magazine Preseason All-Americans
Division III Men




Mac Bredahl Tufts Attack
Cross Ferrara Salisbury Attack
Ronan Jacoby Wesleyan Attack
Ryan Barnable RIT Midfield
Ty Kostack Cabrini Midfield
Matt Treiber Tufts Midfield
Brett Malamphy Salisbury Faceoff
Sean Penney Wesleyan SSDM
Tyler Nation York LSM
Brad Apgar Salisbury Defense
Finn McTernan Tufts Defense
Tamer Sullivan Amherst Defense
Walker Hare RIT Goalie


Mac Bredahl missed 11 games his freshman season and played just four games last year, but he has immense potential with Tufts.

Cross Ferrara was a force in seven games last season, scoring 26 goals with six assists.

Ronan Jacoby scored 10 goals in Wesleyan's 3-1 start to 2020.


RIT's Ryan Barnable shot 32 percent on his way to eight goals and seven assists.

Ty Kostack filled the box score for Cabrini, notching 18 points, 10 assists, eight ground balls and two caused turnovers.

Matt Treiber only played three games in 2020, but he scored seven goals for the Jumbos.


Brett Malamphy stepped his game up in 2020, winning 96 of 125 faceoffs (76.8 percent).

Sean Penney tallied five ground balls, two caused turnovers, one goal and one assists over four games.

Tyler York dominated his junior season, recording 18 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers in six games.


In seven games, Brad Apgar tallied 16 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers.

A first-time starter for Tufts in 2020, Finn McTernan caused eight turnovers and corralled six ground balls.

In just four games, Tamer Sullivan of Amherst set career-highs in caused turnovers (four) and ground balls (four).


Walker Hare was on pace for a career year, saving 68.6 percent of shots while allowing just 4.43 goals per game.

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