USILA Unveils Division I All-Americans; Spencer Named Player of Year

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Loyola's Pat Spencer, who finished his career as the NCAA’s all-time leader with 231 assists and as the No. 2 all-time scorer with 380 points, won the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award as the most outstanding player  in Division I.


Loyola’s Pat Spencer has been named the national player of the year by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, which released its annual All-American teams and award winners Thursday.

Spencer, who finished his career as the NCAA’s all-time leader with 231 assists and as the No. 2 all-time scorer with 380 points, won the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award as the most outstanding player  in Division I.

Penn State’s Grant Ament, Army’s Johnny Surdick, UMass’ Sean Sconone and Towson’s Zach Goodrich won the remaining awards.

Ament, who owns the NCAA single-season record with 91 assists going into this weekend’s national semifinal against Yale, earned the Lt. Col. J.I. Turnbull Award given to the nation’s top attackman.

Surdick won the William C. Schmeisser Award as defensive player of the year, Sconone took home the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. award for outstanding goalie, and Goodrich got the nod for the Lt. j.g. Donald MacLaughlin Jr. Award as the top midfielder.

The USILA All-American teams are listed below. Virginia, making its first NCAA semifinal appearance since 2011 this weekend, leads all schools with three first-team selections. Fellow final four participants Penn State and Duke landed two players each on the first team, as did Loyola.







USILA Division I All-Americans

First Team

Name

Pos

College

Pat Spencer A Loyola
Grant Ament A Penn State
Michael Sowers A Princeton
Jared Bernhardt A Maryland
Bryan Costabile M Notre Dame
Dox Aitken M Virginia
Sam Handley M Penn
Ryan Conrad M Virginia
Johnny Surdick D Army
JT Giles-Harris D Duke
Cade Van Raaphorst D Duke
Chris Sabia D Penn State
Sean Sconone G UMass
Jacob Stover G Loyola
TD Ierlan FO Yale
Jared Conners LSM Virginia
Zach Goodrich SSDM Towson

Second Team

Name

Pos

College

Chris Gray A Boston University
Daniel Bucaro A Georgetown
Jeff Teat A Cornell
Mac O'Keefe A Penn State
Brad Smith M Duke
Chase Scanlan M Loyola
Lucas Wittenberg M Georgetown
Nick Spillane M Penn State
Chris Fake D Yale
Nick Mellen D Syracuse
Patrick Foley D Johns Hopkins
Craig Chick D Lehigh
AJ Barretto G Army
Tim Troutner Jr. G High Point
Alex Woodall FO Towson
Isaac Paparo LSM UMass
Ryan Terefenko SSDM Ohio State

Third Team

Name

Pos

College

Asher Nolting A High Point
Michael Kraus A Virginia
Jackson Morrill A Yale
Joey Epstein A Johns Hopkins
Max Tuttle M Sacred Heart
Brendan Curry M Syracuse
Nakeie Montgomery M Duke
Bubba Fairman M Maryland
Jack Kelly M Penn State
Koby Smith D Towson
Curtis Corley D Maryland
Jack Rowlett D North Carolina
Mark Evanchick D Penn
Max Edelmann G Rutgers
Reed Junkin G Penn
Gerard Arceri FO Penn State
Kyle Gallagher FO Penn
Brett Kennedy LSM Syracuse
T.J. Comizio SSDM Villanova

Honorable Mention

Name

Pos

College

Simon Mathias A Penn
Matt Moore A Virginia
Brendan Sunday A Towson
Jake Carraway A Georgetown
Ethan Walker A Denver
Clarke Petterson A Cornell
Brendan Nichtern A Army
Logan Wisnauskas A Maryland
Brendan Gleason A Notre Dame
Kieran Mullins A Rutgers
Kevin Lindley A Loyola
Ryan Lanchbury A Richmond
Adam Goldner A Penn
Tre Leclaire A Ohio State
Nate Solomon A Syracuse
Matt Gaudet A Yale
Connor Kirst M Villanova
Jack Tigh M Yale
Tyler Dunn M Penn
Tyson Gibson M Robert Morris
Jamie Trimboli M Syracuse
Colton Jackson M Denver
Jack Jasinski M Ohio State
Anthony DeMaio M Maryland
Timmy Kelly M North Carolina
Mitch Savoca M Richmond
Jack Kielty D Notre Dame
Gibson Smith D Georgetown
George Baughan D Princeton
Dylan Gaines D Denver
Kyle Pless D Rutgers
Logan Greco D Virginia
Tyson Bomberry D Syracuse
Nick Cardile D Penn State
Aidan Hynes D Yale
Matt Borges D Ohio State
Brandon Jones D Air Force
Matt DeLuca G Delaware
Colby Kneese G Penn State
Phil Goss G Brown
Tate Boyce G Providence
Conor Gaffney FO Lehigh
Justin Inacio FO Ohio State
Ryan McNulty LSM Loyola
Noah Richard LSM Marquette
Brandon Salvatore LSM Cornell
Tommy Wright LSM Penn State
Peter Dearth SSDM Syracuse
Danny Logan SSDM Denver
John Daniggelis SSDM Yale
John Prendergast SSDM Duke

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