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Philly college post-season honors: @GoGriffsLax players earn All-ECC, Lynn’s Lasprogata, Tampa’s Piper

Thursday, 9th June 2016

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Posted 6/9/16
From Press Release

This is one of a series of posts highlighting Philly men’s college post-season honors for 2016

Identical in record and fashion, the 2016 Chestnut Hill College men’s lacrosse season finished with a series of victories that propelled the Griffins to a respectable 6-7 overall record and a 4-4 finish in the East Coast Conference (ECC).

Junior attack Alec Dambach (Howell, N.J.) was the star of the show, collecting the team’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) honors and a selection to the All-ECC Second Team en route to tying Scarlet and Gold great Michael Melnychenko ’14 for the program’s all-time single-season point total of 57 (37 goals and 20 assists). Fellow captain, senior defenseman, Derick Darnulc (Baldwin, N.Y.) was also an All-ECC Second Team selection, earning his fourth straight all-league honor on the strength of seven points (four goals and three assists), 29 ground balls, and 12 caused turnovers. Senior defenseman James DeCarlo (Conshohocken, Pa.) earned the men’s lacrosse Coach’s Award.

All-East Coast Conference (ECC)
Second Team
A – Alec Dambach, Chestnut Hill
D – Derick Darnulc, Chestnut Hill

Other D2 honors: Lynn’s Lasprogata, Tampa’s Piper

Lynn University’s lacrosse squad boasts six players earning 2016 All-Sunshine State Conference accolades, as released by the league office. Christopher Lasprogata (Harriton) becomes the first player in program history to make the All-SSC First Team, sophomores Austin Jerhoff and Ian Magnan claimed All-SSC Second Team honors while Cody Bartusiak, Mikey Urso and Travis Quillin were named to the All-Freshman Team.

Lynn's Chris Lasprogata (right)

Lynn’s Chris Lasprogata (right)

Voting for the All-SSC Men’s Lacrosse Team was conducted among the league’s head coaches.

Lasprogata becomes the first player in Lynn lacrosse history to garner first team honors. The sophomore transfer won 135-of-200 faceoffs on the season for a 67.5% success rate, the highest in school history and tops in the league. He also collected a team-high and school-record 76 total ground balls for the second most in the SSC.

All-Sunshine State
First Team

Name Position School Year Hometown
Riley Piper SSDM Tampa Sr. West Chester, Pa. (Unionville)
Chris Lasprogata FOGO Lynn So. Ardmore, Pa. (Harriton)

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