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Duke’s Wigrizer (Haverford School) & Wolf (L. Merion), Penn’s Winkoff, Meyer lead Philly men, women named to Jewish Sports Review All-America teams

Wednesday, 13th July 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/13/11

Duke’s Dan Wigrizer (sophomore goalie, Haverford School) and Jordan Wolf (freshman attackman, Lower Merion) and Penn’s Maxx Meyer (freshman defenseman) and Corey Winkoff (senior attackman) have been named First Team Jewish Sports Review All-Americans for Division I men’s lacrosse.

Wigrizer and Wolf helped the Blue Devils reach the NCAA semifinals. Wigrizer had a 9.52 goals against average and a .540 save percentage and earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament honors. Wolf enjoyed a brilliant rookie year by collecting 27 goals and 18 assists and earning First Team All-ACC honors.

Meyer (43 groundballs) and Winkoff (eight goals, 27 assists) helped the Quakers reach the NCAA tourney.

Honorable Mention picks included:

Ohio State freshman face-off specialist Shawn Kaplan (Plymouth Whitemarsh), who won 96 of 185 face-offs.

Dartmouth junior defenseman Ben Rossman (Haverford School), who had 27 groundballs and 16 caused turnovers.

Drexel senior attackman Kyle Bergman, who had 19 goals and 12 assists.

Division II/III All-American squad featured:

Swarthmore First Team senior defenseman Richard Brode, who had 43 groundballs and 27 caused turnovers.

Women’s Division I Honorable Mention:

Temple junior midfielder Karly Cohen, who had 19 goals and six assists.

Princeton sophomore attack Sam Ellis (Radnor), who had 11 goals and six assists.

Bucknell sophomore attack Madison Hurwitz (Council Rock South), who had 29 goals.

Brown sophomore defender Sidney Jacobs (Germantown Academy), who had 26 groundballs and 12 caused turnovers.

Lafayette sophomore midfielder Jess Rothstein (Harriton), who had 25 goals and 23 groundballs.

Temple senior midfielder Alex Shapiro, who had 21 groundballs.

Division II/III

Kenyon sophomore midfielder Leah Sack (Lower Merion) was a First Team pick with 24 goals and 30 assists. She was named All-North Coast Atlantic Conference.

Guilford junior midfielder Sarah Bradburd (Friends’ Central), who had 20 goals and 24 groundballs.

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