Maryland Paces Division I with Three USILA First-Team Preseason All-Americans


Kyle Long was named a first-team preseason All-American by the USILA on Wednesday.

The affinity for Maryland is still high, evidenced by Tuesday’s USILA Division I Preseason Top 20 and reaffirmed by the selections made to Wednesday’s USILA Division I Preseason All-Americans.

The Terps, one day after earning the No. 1 spot in the preseason coaches poll, placed three players on the first team of the USILA Division I Preseason All-America list and two more on the second team, pacing the nation with five players honored. Virginia and Notre Dame each earned three All-America nods, while Georgetown, Princeton and Cornell each earned two.



A — Connor Shellenberger, Virginia
A — Matt Brandau, Yale
A — Brennan O'Neill, Duke
M — Sam Handley, Penn
M — Graham Bundy Jr., Georgetown
M — Kyle Long, Maryland
FO — Luke Weirman, Maryland
LSM — Roy Meyer, Boston U
SSDM — Conner Maher, North Carolina
SSDM — Beau Pederson, Princeton
D — Gavin Adler, Cornell
D — Will Bowen, Georgetown
D — Brett Makar, Maryland
G — Liam Entenmann, Notre Dame


A — Pat Kavanagh, Notre Dame
A — Jack Myers, Ohio State
A — CJ Kirst, Cornell
M — Thomas McConvey, Virginia
M — Jake Stevens, Princeton
M — Matt Campbell, Villanova
FO — Zach Cole, Saint Joseph's
LSM — Ethan Rall, Rutgers
SSDM — Payton Rezanka, Loyola
SSDM — Grayson Sallada, Virginia
D — Owen Grant, Delaware
D — Chris Fake, Notre Dame
D — Ajax Zappitello, Maryland
​G — Logan McNaney, Maryland



A — Brady Kearnan, Mercy
A — Willie Grieco, Wingate
A — Joe Duchnowski, Adelphi
M — Danny Riley, Wingate
M — Toron Eccleston, Lenoir-Rhyne
M — Jack Gibbons, Mercy
FO — Cam Weeks, Anderson
LSM — Justin Gerdvil, Mercy
SSDM — John Galimi, Le Moyne
SSDM — Braden McCard, Mercyhurst
D — Matthew Beddow, Tampa
D — Ryan Slattery, Saint Anselm
D — Victor Powell, Lenoir-Rhyne
G — Blake Ulmer, Tampa


A — Ethan Landymore, Mercyhurst
A — Drrerw Billig, UIndy
A — Harry Killikowski, Tampa
A — Jake Veres, Pace
M — Owen Miller, Tampa
M — Dan Fitzpatrick, Tampa
M — Anthony Caputo, Pace
M — Kyle Steinbach, Adelphi
FO — Shawn Doran, Mercyhurst
LSM — Cam Cote, Southern New Hampshire
LSM — Chase Showalter, Lynn
SSDM — Kyle Basch, UIndy
SSDM — Kage Williams, Seton Hill
D — Liam Bogedain, Mercyhurst
D — Justin Isenhour, Rollins
D — Jack Kipnes, Mercy
D — Josh Jackson, UIndy
​G — Louis Ragusa, Pace
G — Tommy Umano, Mercy



A — Cross Ferrara, Salisbury
A — Peter Burnes, Union
A — Luke Pilcher, RIT
M — Coby Auslander, Christopher Newport
M — Riley Mitchell, Lynchburg
M — Andrew Cook, Christopher Newport
FO — Ethan Barnard, Bowdoin
LSM — Taylor Jensen, RIT
SSDM — Jake Titus, Union
SSDM — Campbell Pozin, Christopher Newport
D — Michael Grace, RIT
D — Nick Morgan, Hampden-Sydney
D — Burke Widhelm, Christopher Newport
G — Seamus Fagan, Hamilton


A — Jack Boyden, Tufts
A — Ben Mayer, York
A — Drew Miller, Christopher Newport
A — Dante Poli, Stockton
M — Judge Murphy, St. Lawrence
M — Jack Dowd, Salisbury
M — Ryan Coleman, Stevenson
FO — Warner Cabaniss, Christopher Newport
LSM — Ethan Greene, York
SSDM — Noah Bruno, RIT
SSDM — Zach Goorno, Bowdoin
D — Harris Hubbard, Washington and Lee
D — Thomas Ballard, Salisbury
D — Joe Cawley, Stevens
​G — Chris Brandau, Dickinson


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