USILA Announces Division II Men's All-Americans, Award Winners


Shawn Doran was named the Division II player of the year by the USILA.

The USILA announced its Division II All-Americans and major award winners on Friday, honoring the top performers from the 2023 season — which concludes with the national championship game on Sunday in Philadelphia.

Continue below to see the best players of Division II this spring.


Goalie of the Year: Shahé Katchadurian, Rollins
Attackman of the Year: Willie Grieco, Wingate
Midfielder of the Year: Anthony Caputo, Pace
Defender of the Year: Kyle Basch, UIndy
Player of the Year: Shawn Doran, Mercyhurst


A — Willie Grieco, Wingate
A — Brady Kearnan, Mercy
A — Drew Billig, UIndy
M — Dan Fitzpatrick, Tampa
M — Anthony Caputo, Pace
M — Michael McGarry, Limestone
FO — Shawn Doran, Mercyhurst
SSDM — Kyle Basch, UIndy
SSDM — Braden McCard, Mercyhurst
LSM — Roy Meyer, Boston U
LSM — Justin Gerdvil, Mercy
D — Ryan Slattery, Saint Anselm
D — Matthew Beddow, Tampa
D — Charlie Gleason, Mercyhurst
D — Justin Isenhour, Rollins
G — Shahé Katchadurian, Rollins


A — Joey Pezzimenti, Le Moyne
A — Myles Hamm, Mercyhurst
A — Joe Duchnowski, Adelphi
A — Toron Eccleston, Lenoir-Rhyne
M — Riley Seay, Lenoir-Rhyne
M — Jack Gibbons, Mercy
M — Jay Minor, Florida Southern
M — Kyle Steinbach, Adelphi
FO — Jason Kuehner, Mercy
SSDM — Colten McCracken, Lenoir-Rhyne
SSDM — Will Harvey, Saint Anselm
SSDM — John Galimi, Le Moyne
LSM — Joe Karnich, Wingate
D — Liam Bogedain, Mercyhurst
D — Josh Jackson, UIndy
D — Peyton Farley, Wingate
G — Blake Ulmer, Tampa
G — Dylan Renner, Adelphi


A — Zach Terry, Limestone
A — Danny Riley, Wingate
A — Ethan Landymore, Mercyhurst
A — Mikey Berkman, Rollins
M — Owen Miller, Tampa
M — Sam Lambert, Le Moyne
M — Baker Westmoreland, Newberry
M — Nick Larsen, Saint Anselm
FO — Cam Bartolomeo, Bentley
FO — Mike Marto, Mount Olive
SSDM — Craig Connor, Florida Southern
SSDM — Trent Connolly, Wingate
SSDM — Tyler Pjatak, Mercy
LSM — Stephen Morley, Mercyhurst
LSM — Luke Goetz, Rockhurst
D — Victor Powell, Lenoir-Rhyne
D — Jack Kipnes, Mercy
D — Nick Paris, Adelphi
D — Sam Balch, Florida Tech
G — Brett Olney, Mercyhurst
G — Matt Vavonese, Le Moyne


A — Jake Bowman, Frostburg
A — Noah Larsen, Saint Anselm
A — Jack Johnstone, Rollins
A — Adam Mather, Lander
A — Dan Zabbia, Pace
A — TJ Heyder, Mercy
A — Jason Rebaudo, Adelphi
A — Myles Moffat, Lenoir-Rhyne
A — Thomas Cecere, North Greenville
A — Wyatt Auyer, UIndy
A — Sean Nolan, Florida Southern
A — Luke Jaber, Bentley
A — Grant Hansen, Rollins
A — Davis McCulley, Belmont Abbey
M — Kyle Caves, Le Moyne
M — Jeremy Sforzo, Seton Hill
M — Reid Usrey, Maryville
M — Jack Speers, Lewis
M — Jack Hipchen, Adelphi
M — Nicholas Mabe, Mercyhurst
M — Jack Andrews, Saint Anselm
M — Chris Erneston IV, Limestone
M — Justin White, Rollins
M — James Steinke, Colorada Mesa
M — Ben Foster, UIndy
M — Nathan Alviti, Bentley
M — Logan Tucker, Adelphi
M — TJ Caton, Wilmington
SSDM — Trejan Cannon, Tampa
SSDM — Cameron Webb, North Greenville
SSDM — Jacob Power, Belmont Abbey
SSDM — Kage Williams, Seton Hill
SSDM — Brian Hoerter, Adelphi
LSM — Nick Noel, Le Moyne
LSM — Benjamin Kopen, Rollins
LSM — Anthony Pecoraro, North Greenville
LSM — Cam Cote, Southern New Hampshire
LSM — Nick Bruhn, Wilmington
FO — Tim Ladner, Limestone
FO — Dylan Checketts, Colorado Mesa
FO — James Kotcamp, Wingate
FO — Mike Flury, Lake Erie
FO — Nico Mattia, Le Moyne
D — Holden Charboneau, Seton Hill
D — Ryan Butler, Adelphi
D — Edward McCann IV, Molloy
D — Jagger Kerr, Le Moyne
D — Evan Soucy, UIndy
D — Peyton Jefferson, Anderson
D — Nick Shannon, Florida Southern
D — Jack Travassos, Newberry
D — James Bucher, Belmont Abbey
D — Nate Ashley, Lenoir-Rhyne
G — Johnny Caponi, Wingate
G — Riah Rathe, Lewis
G — Thomas Sullivan, Belmont Abbey
G — Tommy Umano, Mercy


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