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Philly boys’ All-Americans, Academic All-Americans, post-season awards announced

Monday, 19th May 2014

Categories All-League, Box lacrosse, High School, Posted 5/19/14

The 2014 Philly region US Lacrosse Boys’ All-Americans

Position First Name Last Name Yr High School League Affiliation
Att Will Manganiello 12 Penncrest Central
Att John Mehok 12 Bishop Shanahan Ches-Mont
Att Tanner Peck 12 Avon Grove Ches-Mont
Att Michael Sowers 10 Upper Dublin Sub One American
Att Lucas Spence 11 Springfield Central
Att Curtis Zappala 11 Episcopal Academy Inter-Ac
Def Mike Farnish 11 Radnor Central
Def Conor Keating 12 Haverford School Inter-Ac
Def Danny Norris 12 Avon Grove Chest-Mont
Def Greg Pelton 12 Malvern Prep Inter-Ac
Goal Will Schreiner 12 Avon Grove Ches-Mont
LSM Conor Black 12 Haverford School Inter-Ac
LSM Sam Camp 12 Radnor Central
Mid Dylan Alderman 12 Bishop Shanahan Ches-Mont
Mid Matt Heim 12 Central Bucks East Sub One Continental
Mid Charles Kelly 11 Malvern Prep Inter-Ac
Mid Kevin McGeary 12 Malvern Prep Inter-Ac
Mid Dylan Protesto 12 Penncrest Central
Mid Pat Walsh 12 St. Joseph’s Prep Catholic
Mid Chase Young 12 St. Joseph’s Prep Catholic

Philly region 2014 US Lacrosse Academic All-Americans

First Name Last Name High School
Andrew DeSana Methacton
Thomas Donnelly Central Bucks East
John Flynn Episcopal Academy
Connor Hayden New Hope Solebury
Chris Jordan Upper Merion
Kevin Murphy Strath Haven
Will Ohley Strath Haven
Ben Rowles Central Bucks East
Jake Scott Conestoga
Mitch Soufleris La Salle College HS

US Lacrosse Awards

First Last High School
Bob Scott Award Dan Buckman Lower Merion
Coach of the Year John McEvoy Malvern Prep
Assistant Coach of the Year Paul Meyers Bishop Shanahan
Man of the Year Mike DiPuppo Cheltenham

Bob Scott Award

This award recognizes a player in each area who goes above and beyond in service to his team, school, and community. This player exemplifies the fundamentals of the game of lacrosse, is always working hard to improve his game and is a leader amongst his teammates both on and off the field. This athlete does not necessarily play every minute and lead the team in accolades, but, like Bob Scott, has a true passion and love for the game.

Who is Bob Scott and what does he mean to lacrosse?

Bob Scott served as a head lacrosse coach for the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays men’s lacrosse team from 1955 until 1974. He compiled a career record of 158 wins and 55 losses, including 7 national championships (1957, 1959, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, and 1974, his final season). He won the F. Morris Touchstone Award as the USILA National Coach of the Year in 1965, 1968 and 1972. Scott was also an All-American midfielder on the 1952 Johns Hopkins team and played on the 1950 JHU National Champion team. In 1976, Scott wrote the first edition of Lacrosse: Technique and Tradition. This book is considered the ultimate guide to college lacrosse. He was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1977. He coached at JHU longer than any other coach (20 years) and is still the JHU all-time leader in career wins. He also served the University as Athletic Director from 1974 to 1995.


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