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Philly men named USILA Scholar All-American; Four from Penn are honored

Saturday, 27th June 2020

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Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/27/20 – From Press Release

Four members of the University of Pennsylvania men’s lacrosse team were named USILA Scholar All-Americans on Friday evening as announced by the organization.

Adam Goldner (Malvern Prep), Kyle Gallagher, mark Evanchick and Kyle Thornton were honored by the USILA for their work in the classroom.

A Scholar All-American must be nominated by his coach and be a student with a senior year academic standing and a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (4.0 scale). He will have behaved in a manner that has brought credit to himself, his institution, and to college lacrosse both on and off the field.

Earlier this spring, Goldner became just the sixth player in program history to score 100 career goals. In 2020, he scored 11 goals and racked up five assists for 16 points. He is currently, fifth in Penn history with 106 goals and 13th in points with 126. As a junior, he was an Honorable mention USILA All-America, Second-team All-Ivy, Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team selection, Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area honoree and he also set program record for goals in a season with 56. He was selected by the Philadelphia Barrage in the 2020 MLL Draft.

Gallagher was dominant in the X for the Quakers in 2020. He led the NCAA with 15.40 ground balls per game and he won 102-of-156 faceoffs during the spring. He also added a goal and an assist. Gallagher, a 2019 third-team USILA All-America, was also named a 2020 Maverik Media All-America. He won 20 or more faceoffs in each of the last three games of the season, highlighted by winning a career-high 26 against No. 2 Penn State.

Evanchick started all five games on defense for the Quakers in 2020. The 2019 third-team USILA All-America was also named a 2020 Maverik Media All-America by Inside Lacrosse and he finished with four ground balls and three caused turnovers in the truncated season. In early May, Evanchick was selected ninth overall in the MLL Draft by the Philadelphia Barrage.

Thornton was a stalwart on the backline for Penn in 2020. Against No. 2 Penn State, he scored his first career goal after going coast-to-coast. He finished the year with five GB and three CT.

2020 USILA / Warrior and New Balance Division I Scholar All-Americans
Name School

Jakob Patterson, Albany
Anthony George, Army West Point
Matt Manown, Army West Point
Dan Mottes, Binghamton
Chase Levesque, Boston U
Reece Eddy, Boston U
Joe Mcsorley, Boston U
Ryan Finlay, Brown
Jack Kniffin, Brown
Mike Brown, Brown
Luke McCaleb, Brown
Phil Goss, Brown
Trevor Weingarten, Bryant
Will Yorke, Bucknell
Matt Fedorjaka, Bucknell
Isaac Atencio, Cleveland State
Danny Tesler, Cleveland State
Paul Rasimowicz, Cornell
Brandon Salvatore, Cornell
Connor Fletcher, Cornell
Sam Duggan, Cornell
James Sullivan, Dartmouth
Benjamin Martin, Dartmouth
Sean Lowrie, Duke
Turner Uppgren, Duke
JT Giles-Harris, Duke
Terry Lindsay, Duke
Reilly Walsh, Duke
Kevin Quigley, Duke
Joseph Manown, Duke
Travis Ford, Fairfield
Taylor Strough, Fairfield
Chris Rota, Harvard
Jacob Boll, Harvard
Ryan Graff, Harvard
Jeremy Magno, Harvard
David Strupp, Harvard
Watson Cheek, Harvard
Ben Baker, High Point
Nick Walsh, High Point
Luke Cappetto, High Point
Davis Sampere, High Point
Dalton Sulver, High Point
Chris Price, High Point
Dan DeSanti, Hofstra
Cole Williams, Johns Hopkins
Owen Colwell, Johns Hopkins
Andrew Pettit (Tower Hill), Lehigh
Ryan Klose, Lehigh
Erik DiGirolamo (Parkland), Lehigh

Dan Foley, LIU
Alex Johnson, Loyola U. Maryland
Ryan McNulty (Bishop Shanahan), Loyola U. Maryland
Peter Swindell, Loyola U. Maryland
Matt Higgins, Loyola U. Maryland
John Railey, Loyola U. Maryland
Peyton Smith, Marist
Michael Quinn, Mercer
Ryan Kern (Salesianum School), Navy
Justin Anderson, North Carolina
Kyle Gallagher, Penn
Mark Evanchick, Penn
Adam Goldner (Malvern Prep), Penn
Kyle Thornton, Penn
Gerard Arceri, Penn State
Colby Kneese, Penn State
Tommy Wright, Penn State
Mac O’Keefe, Penn State

Grant Ament (Penn State), Penn State
Phillip Robertson (Duke’s LC), Princeton
Michael Sowers (Upper Dublin), Princeton

Tim Hinrichs, Providence
Austin Popovich, Robert Morris
Ryan Smith, Robert Morris
Adam Charalambides, Rutgers
Kieran Mullins, Rutgers
James “Brooks” Dutton, Sacred Heart
Austin Pavone, Sacred Heart
Michael Adler, Saint Joseph’s
Michael Bollinger, Stony Brook
Cory Van Ginhoven, Stony Brook
Chris Pickel Jr., Stony Brook
Stephen Rehfuss, Syracuse
Jamie Trimboli, Syracuse
Joey Salisbury, Ohio State
Lukas Buckley, Ohio State
Matt DeLuca, Delaware
Thomas Aloe (Caesar Rodney-DE), Delaware

Colin Squires, Denver
Danny Logan, Denver
Ethan Walker, Denver
Alex Akins, Detroit Mercy
Jared Bernhardt, Maryland
Finn Goonan, Michigan
Christian Ford, Michigan
Michael Kraus, Virginia
Jackson Morrill, Yale
William Weitzel, Yale
Will Renz, Yale
Lucas Cottler, Yale

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