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

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Joe Post set the Division III career records in ground balls and faceoff wins this season.


SPARKS, Md. — USA Lacrosse Magazine named its Division III men’s lacrosse All-Americans on Thursday, highlighting the top performers of the 2022 season.

A fantastic season for Christopher Newport — which isn’t over yet with CNU one of the NCAA tournament favorites — has resulted in three Captains earning first-team All-American recognition.

Salisbury and Tufts each earned two first-team All-American nods.

Continue below to see the rest of the players earning All-American honors.

FIRST TEAM

A — Mac Bredahl, Tufts
A — Cross Ferrara, Salisbury
A — Ryan Gebhardt, MIT
M — Ryan Barnable, RIT
M — Jarrett Bromwell, Salisbury
M — Jack Boyden, Tufts
FO — Joe Post, St. John Fisher
LSM — Phoenix Hines, Christopher Newport
SSDM — Campbell Pozin, Christopher Newport
D — Max Wayne, Christopher Newport
D — Ryan Kennedy, York
D — Ryan Puglisi, Union
G — Seamus Fagan, Hamilton

SECOND TEAM

A — Dylan Rice, Christopher Newport
A — Donal Mullane, Bowdoin
A — Nicholas Miller, St. John Fisher
M — Cam Kelleher, Tufts
M — AJ Rigsby, Franklin and Marshall
M — Andrew Cook, Christopher Newport
FO — Grant Evans, Grove City
LSM — Taylor Jensen, RIT
SSDM — Noah Bruno, York
D — Thomas Ballard, Salisbury
D — Kyle Rochester, St. John Fisher
D — Joe Scarfi, St. Lawrence
G — Nick Spagnoletti, Washington and Lee







THIRD TEAM

A — Ian Evans, St. John Fisher
A — Justin Hazard, Wesleyan
A — Kyle Lewis, Lynchburg
M — Kieran McGovern, Union
M — Will Farrell, Dickinson
M — Quinn Commandant, RIT
FO — Ethan Barnard, Bowdoin
LSM — Ethan Greene, York
SSDM — Jake Titus, Union
D — Zach Timmons, Salisbury
D — Mike Grace, RIT
D — Kyle Adelmann, Tufts
G — Jack Michael, York

Honorable Mention

A — Will Byrne, Bowdoin
A — Peter Burnes, Union
A — Chris Jordan, St. Lawrence
A — Camden Bowdy, Denison
A — Luke Pilcher, RIT
M — Cody Auslander, Christopher Newport
M — Josh Brannan, Stevenson
M — Marley Angus, RIT
M — Riley Mitchell, Lynchburg
M — Brock Gonzalez, Amherst
FO — Davis Cronin, Denison
FO — Matthew Sardis, MIT
FO — Matthew Paolatto, Union
FO — Warner Cabaniss, Christopher Newport
LSM — Chris Darminio, Lynchburg
LSM — John DeFazio, Salisbury
LSM — Peter Kenerson, Bowdoin
SSDM — Jackson Woodward, Salisbury
SSDM Spencer Hall, Franklin and Marshall
SSDM — Zach Gorno, Bowdoin
D — Mason Smith, York
D — Burke Widhelm, Christopher Newport
D — Nolan Collins, Wesleya
D —  Matt Belluche, Union
G — William Helm, St. Lawrence
G — Matt Nestler, Cabrini
G — Dan Donahue, Union
G — Joseph Perry, RPI

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