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Seven Philly boys named to NILCA All-America Class

Tuesday, 20th August 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/20/13
From Press Release

The National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association is pleased to announce their National All-America Class for the 2013 season. The 2013 class is represented by student-athletes from 15 states and 18 colleges and universities. NILCA congratulates the following players on their accomplishments during the 2013 season.

1st TEAM Player Yr. Pos. High School College

Conner Cannizzaro Sr. A Cazanovia (NY) Maryland
Jordan Evans Sr. A Jamesville Dewitt (NY) Syracuse
Luke Goldstock Sr. A Niskayuna (NY) North Carolina
Max Greene Sr. A Gilman (MD) Harvard
Colin Heacock Sr. A Boy’s Latin (MD) Maryland
Ryan Lukacovic Sr. A Chaminade (NY) Virginia
Dylan Maltz Sr. A Stonebridge (VA) Syracuse
Matt Rambo Sr. A La Salle College (PA) Maryland
Tim Rotanz Sr. A Shoreham-Wading River (NY) Maryland

Nick Aponte Sr. M West Islip (NY) Penn State
Jack Buckner Sr. M Ward Melville (NY) Duke
Sean Coleman Sr. M La Salle College (PA) Harvard
Zach Currier Sr. M Culver Military Academy (IN) Princeton
Stephen Kelly Sr. M Calvert Hall (MD) North Carolina
Payton Klowinski Sr. M Memphis Univ. School (TN) North Carolina
Zach Miller Sr. M Hill Academy (Ont) Denver
Ben Pridemore Sr. M Boys’ Latin (MD) Notre Dame
Shane Simpson Sr. M Salisbury School (CT) North Carolina
Zed Williams Sr. M Silver Creek (NY) Virginia
Tommy Zenker Sr. M Chaminade (NY) Duke

Scott Firman Sr. LSM Jamesville Dewitt (NY) Syracuse
Matt Ryan Sr. LSM Phillips Exeter (MA) Harvard

Eddie Blatz Sr. D Garden City (NY) Georgetown
Garrett Epple Sr. D Calvert Hall (MD) Notre Dame
Nick Fields Sr. D Bullis (MD) Johns Hopkins
Kevin Gayhardt Sr. D Episcopal Academy (PA) Pennsylvania
Austin Pifani Sr. D Abington (PA) North Carolina

Mac Pons Sr. D Boys’ Latin (MD) Maryland
Will Reynolds Sr. D Delbarton (NJ) Princeton

Matt Barrett Sr. G Malvern Prep (PA) Virginia
Parker Ferrigan Sr. G Baldwinsville (NY) Syracuse
Danny Fowler Sr. G Chaminade (NY) Duke

2nd TEAM Player Yr. Pos. High School College

Mike Babb Sr. A Arapahoe (CO) Denver
Zack Bartolo Sr. A Brien McMahon (CT) Notre Dame
Wilkins Dismuke Sr. A Rock Canyon (CO) Johns Hopkins
Lucas Gradinger Sr. A Torrey Pines (CA) Maryland
Justin Guterding Sr. A Garden City (NY) Duke
Nick Mariano Sr. A Yorktown (NY) Massachusetts
Devin McNamara Sr. A Loyola Blakesfield (MD) Villanova
Shack Stanwick Jr. A Boys’ Latin Johns Hopkins

Justin Anderson Jr. M Centennial (NV) North Carolina
Kieran Eissler Sr. M Coronado (NV) Johns Hopkins
Matt Emery Sr. M St. Ignatius Prep (CA) Virginia
JT Forkin Sr. M Long Beach (NY) Syracuse
Tate Jozokos Sr. M Governor’s Academy (MA) North Carolina
Ian King Sr. M St. Xavier (OH) Michigan
Devon Lewis Sr. M Lake Highland Prep (FL) Georgetown
Nick Mazza Sr. M Calverton (MD) Penn State
Michael Sutton Sr. M St. Augustine (NJ) Penn State
Joel Tinney Jr. M Culver Military Academy (IN) Johns Hopkins
Tripp Transou Sr. M Maclay School (FL) Duke
Nick Weston Sr. M Salisbury School (CT) Syracuse

Ethan Powley Sr. LSM Paul VI (VA) Duke
Dan Sweeney Sr. LSM McDonogh (MD) Villanova

Chris Carter Sr. D Torrey Pines (CA) Notre Dame
Brian Dunne Sr. D Chaminade (NY) Duke
Chris Keating Sr. D Phillips Exeter (MA) Yale
Joe Kenna Jr. D St. Stephen’s St. Agnes (VA) North Carolina
Jack Lambert Sr. D John Jay-Cross River (NY) North Carolina
Jake Nolan Sr. D Upper Arlington (OH) Denver
Greg Pelton Jr. D Malvern Prep (PA) Duke
Shane Doss Sr. G Glen Ridge (NJ) Notre Dame
Christian Knight Sr. G Boys’ Latin (MD) Cornell
Dan Morris Sr. G Dallas Jesuit (TX) Maryland

NILCA was formed to provide dedicated service to high school lacrosse coaches throughout the United States. NILCA seeks to identify and provide solutions to issues raised by men’s high school lacrosse coaches and monitor the integrity of the game. Its membership is comprised of individual, high school boy’s, coaches. To find additional information regarding our organization please visit the NILCA website at www.hslacrossecoach.com.

NILCA will again be conducting its annual meeting December 6th-8th during the IMLCA Convention in Baltimore, Maryland. A detailed schedule of meetings and presentations will be available at the IMLCA website, www.lacrossecoaches.org.


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