via USA South press releases The 2019 USA South Men's Lacrosse All-Conference Team: First Team Second Team Attack Jared Nelson, Pfeiffer Jackson McKaig, Brevard Nick Falso, William Peace Midfield Adrian Harper, Huntingdon Cade Crews, Methodist Walker Rice, William Peace Defense Spencer Stokes, Pfeiffer John Tartline, Methodist Griffin Ballard, Greensboro Goalkeeper Matt Murphy, Huntingdon Long-Stick Robert Kokal, Brevard Faceoff Sam Hitt, Huntingdon Attack Davis Miller, Greensboro Brady Jenks, Piedmont John Allen, Pfeiffer Midfield Josh Cobbina, Piedmont Sam Duffie, Brevard Anthony Florian, William Peace Defense Justin Matthews, Greensboro Raymond Edwards, Huntingdon Daniel Ramos, Brevard Goalkeep...
via NEWMAC web site WESTWOOD, Mass. - The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced the 2019 Men's Lacrosse All-Conference Team and major honors on Thursday. Coast Guard's Riley McNulty was selected as the 2019 Athlete of the Year, after leading the league in goals (57) and points (95). McNulty tallied a goal or an assist in every game he played in this season. ***** 2019 NEWMAC Men's Lacrosse All-Conference Team Name Position Institution First Team Riley McNulty A U.S. Coast Guard Academy First Team Brandon King A Clark University First Team Joe Hawley A Springfield College First Team Niall Dillon M Babson College First Team Mark Heatzig M MIT First Team Jack Pierce M Clark
Author's Note: Sydney also received coverage on Inside Lacrosse's IWLCA Div II Digest article: LINK to IL article via SAC Conference press release All-SAC Second Team A – Cathleen Gaffney, Lenoir-Rhyne A – Erin DePaul, Lincoln Memorial A – Alyssa Sack, Lenoir-Rhyne A – Rachel Perrett, Queens MF – Becca Ruiz, Wingate MF – Juliette Cusano, Tusculum MF – Emily Ketron, Wingate MF – Chloe Wood, Newberry D – Imani Grays, Catawba D – Sydney Hussey, Queens D – Megan Amrein, Wingate D – Madison Prkna, Lenoir-Rhyne GK – Chase Brokaw, Queens
Author's Note: Besides winning the Conference Carolina's Freshman of the Year, he was also named Conference Carolinas First Team and the Belmont Abbey College Michael A Nalls, Sr Award for Most Outstanding Freshman Athlete! Quite the year for Noah! The Conference Carolina's includes Limestone. via Belmont Abbey web site: Attacker Noah Haas has been named the Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year, in addition to the All-Conference Carolinas First Team. Haas has scored 43 goals on the season, good enough for a top five spot in the conference. He has tallied 55 points, which put him in the conference's top eight, and third among freshmen. Haas scored a season-high seven goals against then #12-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne. LINK to the Conference Carolina's
via the NE-10 press release For those of you who don't follow D2 and D3, this is a BIG DEAL. This is an even better D2 conference than the Sunshine State Conference as it includes Merrimack, Le Moyne, Pace, Adelphi and others! All-Rookie Team James Bifulco, Adelphi Avery Foye, American Int’l Rony Lopez, American Int’l Rusty Stone, American Int’l Jason Vickery, American Int’l Sean Laughlin, Assumption Ben Baldasaro, Bentley Lawrence Bastianelli, Franklin Pierce Sam Kury, Le Moyne Max Morrill, Merrimack Nicholas Perez-Blanco, Merrimack Louis Ragusa, Pace Jake Richter, Pace Jack Wells, Saint Anselm Max Djusberg, Saint Michael’s Drew Carpino, Saint Rose Dominic Meola, Saint Rose Tristan Pietz, Southern N.H.
via the MAAC web site MAAC All-Rookie Team Name Institution Jacob Buck Canisius Jake Lemon Canisius Cam Kostus Detroit Mercy AJ Van Voorhis Detroit Mercy James Lyons Marist Jojo Pirreca Marist Cade Stratton Monmouth Will Abbott Quinnipiac Nick DiMuccio Quinnipiac Demitri George Quinnipiac Austin Blumbergs St. Bonaventure Brett Dobson St. Bonaventure Sean Westley St. Bonaventure Tyler Menniti Siena By the way, Jojo Pirreca is the Florida Gator's Sydney Pirreca's younger brother . . .
via GoHeels.com By Pat James, GoHeels.com May 13th Excerpt: For much of last season, the first injury-free campaign of her North Carolina women's lacrosse career, Olivia Ferrucci was just trying to readjust. A freshman when UNC won the 2016 NCAA championship, she appeared in only nine games before sustaining a season-ending injury. She then sat out the entire 2017 campaign due to a left knee injury and subsequent surgery. So, in her return to the field last season, she had to reacclimate herself to playing lacrosse. Just as, if not more, important, though, was developing chemistry with her teammates, many of whom she hadn't played with before. "The connections you make on the field are just completely different than off the field," Ferrucc