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2013 USILA Scholar All Americans

0 - Published May 21, 2013 by in College, NCAA

The USILA Scholar All Americans list for men’s lacrosse has been released, and I never understood why this list wasn’t a much bigger deal. Here is a quick description of the award from the USILA website:

In 1989 the USILA Scholar All-America Program was established to recognize student-athletes from USILA member institutions who have distinguished themselves academically, athletically and as citizens of their communities. The USILA Selection Committee selects an overall team representing Division I, II and III. The Scholar All-Americas are recognized at the annual Lacrosse All-America Banquet.

Wait, you want MORE than just that brief description? Ok, here is an excerpt from the Nomination Form:

Criteria for Choosing a Student-Athlete to Nominate:
A member institution may nominate as many student-athletes as meet the requirements. Only players who have been nominated for USILA All-America status should be chosen by institutions as Scholar All-America candidates. While the committee adheres to the stated criteria, it does
have the flexibility to select as Scholar All-Americas outstanding senior lacrosse players who were not selected as All-Americas.

To be selected as a Scholar All-America, a student-athlete must:

1 Be a Division I, II, III All-America or a member of a North-South All-Star team. Special circumstances permit the Committee to waive this requirement. All-Conference players will be strongly considered.

2 Meet the academic criteria as established by this committee. Each nominee must be a student with senior year academic standing and a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (4.0 scale).

3 Have completed the Scholar All-America application by the established deadline.

4 Have behaved both on and off the field in a manner that has brought credit to himself, his institution, and to collegiate lacrosse.

They leave out that the player must be a Senior. But now you know. Can we get to the team of smart, good guys now? Let’s do this. Congrats to everyone who made the team, dominated in the classroom, and did good deeds off the field!

Dominique

Alexander

The Ohio State University

Drew

Bab

University of Denver

Peter

Baum

Colgate University

Aaron

Benz

Eastern University

Jesse

Bernhardt

University of Maryland

Eric

Bialek

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Owen

Blye

University of Maryland

Donald

Brown

Merrimack College

Brendan

Buckley

United States Military Academy

Charlie

Bytheway

Widener University

Matt

Callahan

Tufts University

Alex

Cameron-Carter

LeMoyne College

Thomas

Carfagna

Chestnut Hill College

Landon

Carr

University of Maryland

Scott

Chanelli

Haverford College

Billy

Chapman

Middlebury College

Kyle

Christine

Union College

Robert

Church

Drexel University

Tim

Cleary

The University of Scranton

Mikey

Connors

Virginia Wesleyan College

Clay

DelPrince

Brown University

Ian

Deveau

Colby College

Nick

Dolik

Penn State University

Harrison

Dorne

Stevens Institute of Technology

Tucker

Durkin

Johns Hopkins University

John

Felix

SUNY Geneseo

Roger

Ferguson

Brown University

Michael

Fiacco

Hamilton College

Nathan

Fortezzo

Norwich University

Andrew

Freedman

Connecticut College

Andrew

Fusselbaugh

Washington & Lee University

Brayden

Gerrie

Roanoke College

Brian

Gillis

New England College

Brennan

Gmeiner

DeSales University

Peter

Green

Stevenson University

Tim

Grenier

Cabrini College

Justin

Harty

St. Mary’s College Maryland

Jess

Hawthorne

Hampden-Sydney College

John

Heard

Tufts University

Luke

Heinsohn

Washington & Lee University

Kyle

Hercher

University of Denver

Brian

Hess

Lehigh University

Jordan

Houtby

University of Detroit Mercy

Michael

Huffner

Bucknell University

Harry

Hughes

Hartwick College

John

Jennings

Colby College

Peter

Johnson

Yale University

Thomas

Keith

Cornell University

Joseph

LaSala

Washington & Lee University

Eric

Law

University of Denver

John

Lyons

Connecticut College

James

Manchester

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Ryan

Martin

Hampden-Sydney College

Mike

McCormack

Yale University

Mac

Means

Washington & Lee University

Andrew

Metros

Middlebury College

Matt

Miller

University of Notre Dame

Albert

Mitchell

St. Mary’s College Maryland

Patrick

Mull

St. Mary’s College Maryland

Mark

Mullen

Hofstra University

Ethan

Murphy

University of Maryland Baltimore County

Joe

Natale

Curry College

Jason

Noble

Cornell University

Josh

Offit

Duke University

Brett

Overend

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Sam

Ozycz

Endicott College

Robert

Pannell

Cornell University

Michael

Perlow

Skidmore College

Nicolas

Philippi

Stevens Institute of Technology

Scott

Ratliff

Loyola University

Tyler

Reid

Stevenson University

Zac

Reid

Mercyhurst University

Doug

Rheiner

Muhlenberg College

Spencer

Riehl

Denison University

Mike

Robinson

Wesleyan University

Stephen

Romano

Lycoming College

Anthony

Santomo

University of Pennsylvania

Andrew

Scalley

Mount St. Mary’s University

Brian

Scheetz

Mercyhurst University

Logan

Schuss

The Ohio State University

Tim

Schwalje

University of Pennsylvania

Cam

Scullen

St. Lawrence University

Jacob

Smith

University of Massachusetts

Sam

Snow

Fairfield University

Ryan

Snyder

Lehigh University

Drew

Stoltz

Catawba College

Bob

Thorp

Cabrini College

Thomas

Trasolini

Cornell University

Max

Van Bourgondien

Cornell University

Max

Voumard

Lynchburg College

Brian

W ilber

St. Lawrence University

Trey

Wilkes

The Ohio State University


Well done to all these guys for extremely successful college careers on and off the field. We can’t wait to see what these guys do next!
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