Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/12/09
Penn State junior goalie Stephanie Ellis (Radnor) and Chestnut Hill College junior twins Maryanne and Carley Glass have been named first-team Jewish All-Americans in their respective divisions by the Jewish Sports Review.
Ellis made the Division I team after posting a 10.57 goals-against average and a .450 save percentage. Ellis, 9-8 was a second-team All-American Lacrosse Conference pick.
Stanford junior Amanda Schwab (Agnes Irwin) earned Honorable Mention All-American by scoring 21 goals and helping the Cardinal win the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation crown.
In the Division II/III team, Carley Glass was named at midfield and Marylanne Glass at attack. Carley led the nation in Division II in scoring (108 points) by notching 62 goals and 46 assists. She also had 48 draw controls and 45 groundballs and earned first-team all-Central Athletic Collegiate Conference (CACC) honors.
Maryanne Glass pumped in 66 goals (third in Division II) and added 21 assists for 87 points while earning second-team All-CACC honors.
Earning Honorable Mention in Division II/III was Denison junior attack Sara Langsam (Germantown Friends). She had 23 goals and nine assists.
Four Philly men were selected for the Division I Honorable Mention status: Dartmouth freshmen defenseman Ben Rossman (Haverford School), Drexel sophomore attacker Kyle Bergman, and Penn’s Brian Weiss (senior midfield) and Corey Winkoff (sophomore midfield).
Rossman started nine games and collected 23 groundballs and six caused turnovers while Bergman had 18 goals and 11 assists. Weiss had 17 groundballs and Winkoff added five goals and 20 assists as well as 13 groundballs.