USA Lacrosse Magazine's 2023 Division III Men's Preseason All-Americans


Luke Pilcher is a first-team USA Lacrosse Magazine Division III Men's Preseason All-American.

USA Lacrosse Magazine announced its 2023 Division III Men’s Preseason All-Americans on Tuesday, part of the magazine’s immersive coverage leading into the upcoming spring season.

The following All-Americans were determined through USA Lacrosse Magazine staff and contributor consideration with input from NCAA coaches.

Stay tuned to USA Lacrosse Magazine throughout the remainder of January for more 2023 season previews.



A —Jack Boyden, Tufts
A — Luke Pilcher, RIT
A — Cross Ferrara, Salisbury
M — Coby Auslander, Christopher Newport
M — Jack Dowd, Salisbury
M — Riley Mitchell, Lynchburg
SSDM — Jake Titus, Union
FO — Ethan Barnard, Bowdoin
LSM — John DeFazio, Salisbury
D — Mike Grace, RIT
D — Kyle Adelmann, Tufts
D — Ryan Young, Christopher Newport
G — Seamus Fagan, Hamilton


A — Luke Kammerman, Roanoke
A — Will Byrne, Bowdoin
A — Justin Hazard, Wesleyan
M — Judge Murphy, St. Lawrence
M — Kyle Howard, Gettysburg
M — Henry Holliday, Washington & Lee
SSDM — Zach Mentzner, York
FO — Matthew Paolatto, Union
LSM — Taylor Jansen, RIT
D — Nick Morgan, Hampden-Sydney
D — Harris Hubbard, Washington & Lee
D — Thomas Ballard, Salisbury
G — Zac Hanway, Christopher Newport


A —Mikey Vanaman, Cabrini
A — Dante Poli, Stockton
A — Brock Gonzalez, Amherst
M — Bayard DeMallie, Amherst
M — Jack Sheehan, Middlebury
M — Dylan Wolfe, Lynchburg
SSDM — Braden Glushakow, Salisbury
FO — Waarner Cabaniss, Christopher Newport
LSM — Chris Darminio, Lynchburg
D — Brooks Crowley, Denison
D — Kyle Craig, Franklin & Marshall
D — Wesley Hudkins, Ithaca
G — John Gaglio, John Carroll


A — Matt Gill, Wesleyan
A— Ben Mayer, York
A — George Raymond, Gettysburg
A — Kai Kelly, Franklin & Marshall
A — Matt Brydesiak, John Carroll
A — Mitchell Lachman, Stevenson
A — Pearse Glavin, Williams
A — Caleb Holdridge, Coast Guard
M — James Dalimonte, Muhlenberg
M — Tim Sommer, Hamilton
M — Dalton Hubbs, Transylvania
M — Will Farrell, Dickinson
M — Chi Chi Price, Babson
M — Benjamin Hawthorne, Western Connecticut
SSDM — Luke Murphy, UMass Boston
SSDM — Jonas Aquilla, Baldwin Wallace
SSDM — Joe Murtha, Tufts
FO — Matt Sardis, MIT
FO — Tyler Benedetto, Dean
FO — Tyler Horvath, Stockton
FO — Vinny Facciponi, York
FO — David Driscoll, Montclair State
LSM — Michael Ayers, Tufts
LSM — Josh Toth, Ursinus
LSM — Brendon Scanlon, Stockton
LSM — Declan Harrigan, Gettysburg
LSM — Jayme Wilde, Hamilton
D — Connor Kilfeather, Hampden-Sydney
D — Nolan Collins, Wesleyan
D — Brent Blackmon, York
D — Ryan Quinn, Stevenson
D — Jack Venturelli, Connecticut College
D — Luke Simpson, Middlebury
D — Ryan Doyle, Dubuque
G — Archer Darrach, Denison
G — Tim Luciano, Endicott
G — ZJ Shahin, Salisbury
G — Max May, Muhlenberg
G — Sage Garito, Franklin & Marshall

*Editor's Note: The All-American teams have been updated as further information regarding player eligibility has been made available.


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