USA Lacrosse Magazine Announces Division III Men's All-Americans


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USA Lacrosse Magazine announced Thursday its 2021 Division III Men’s All-Americans, a list compiled by staff and contributors, with input from college coaches and other sources. 

Salisbury, the No. 3 team in the Nike / USA Lacrosse Division III Top 20 in the last update on May 10, received seven All-American selections — four on the first team.

RIT, the top overall seed in the NCAA tournament, had four selections — as did Cabrini, York and Stevens.

USA Lacrosse Magazine identified 39 players overall as All-Americans, including first-, second- and third-team honors.

First team 

A - Mac Bredahl, Tufts
A - Cross Ferrara, Salisbury
A - Dawson Tait, RIT
M - Jarrett Bromwell, Salisbury
M - Ty Kostack, Cabrini
M - Colin Dean, Lynchburg
D - Tommy DeLuca, Cabrini
D - Finn McTernan, Tufts
D - Tyler Gallagher, Lynchburg
FO - Brett Malamphy, Salisbury
SSDM - Noah Bruno, York
LSM - Kevin Murphy, Salisbury
G - Walker Hare, RIT

Second team

A - Luke Keating, Franklin & Marshall
A - Josh Melton, Salisbury
A - Ronan Jacoby, Wesleyan
M - Jake Klein, Cabrini
M - A.J. Rigsby, Franklin & Marshall
M - Mike Gerzabek, Cabrini
D - Ryan Kennedy, York
D - Brad Apgar, Salisbury
D - Max Wayne, Christopher Newport
FO - Nick Montemorano, RIT
SSDM - Brad Greik, Salisbury
LSM - Tyler Nation, York
G - Jack Michael, York

Third team

A - Jared Nelson, Pfeiffer
A - Ryan Gebhardt, Stevens
A - Skyler Blake, John Carroll
M - Jacob Tatum, Stevenson
M - Camden Bowdy, Denison
M - Gavin Admirand, UMass Boston
D - Daniel Crotty, Stevens
D - Alex Maruna, RIT
D - Bubba Brennan, Stevens
FO - Joe Post, St. John Fisher
SSDM – Shawn Coulter, Stevens
LSM - Taggert Eymer, Tufts
G - Marc Esposito, Cortland

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