MCLA Announces 2019 Scholar Athletes

The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association, the preeminent non-varsity league in the country, has announced its Scholar Athletes for the 2019 season and 127 student-athletes from two divisions have earned the prestigious accolade.

“Maintaining excellence on the field and in the classroom is a formidable challenge for college student-athletes,” said MCLA president Ken Lovic. “It goes without saying how proud I am of these players for representing our organization on campus in such a positive manner.”

To earn Scholar Athlete status a student-athlete must appear on an all-conference team while also maintaining a grade point average of 3.2.

California, the runner-up at the 2019 MCLA National Championships, led the nation with nine Scholar Athlete selections. Cal Poly and Washington each posted student-athletes to the Scholar Athlete roll.

2019 MCLA Scholar Athletes

Daniel Aguilar – Chapman
Macalister Alexander – Michigan State
Adam Alharaizeh – Bridgeport
Jonathon Allison – Pacific Lutheran
Brad Backlund – Purdue
Kamal Baker – Minnesota
Anthony Banack – North Dakota State
Amar Batra – Minnesota
Nick Beattie – California
Drew Boyd – Washington
Andrew Broman – St. Thomas
Ryan Brown – Cal Poly
Peter Brydon – UC Santa Barbara
Ryan Buchanan – Santa Clara
Nicholas Bunde – St. Thomas
Keaton Collier – Santa Clara
Brendan Cook – California
Sean Dack – Washington
Ezekial Day – Georgia Tech
Mason DePaula – Arizona
Dante DiClemente – Bridgewater State
Clay Diedrich – Minnesota
Jack Dietz – North Dakota State
Matt Dixon – California
Trevor Driscoll – Arizona State
Paul Dwelly – Bridgewater State
Malik Ekpenyong – Minnesota
Derrick Esh – Liberty
Joseph Fitzpatrick – New Haven
Matt Foreman – Grand Valley State
Henry Frome – Claremont
Sam Galaif – Cal Poly
Anthony Gallo – New Hampshire
Grayson Gardner – Purdue
Michael Gerbase – Bridgeport
Jack Gillespie – California
Doug Gosselin – Cal Poly
Joey Goudreau – St. John’s
Connor Graves – Missouri
Samuel Gregory – Liberty
Alex Haigh – Stanford
Brian Hanley – Stanford
Griff Hawblitzel – Cal Poly
Sam Highland – Grand Valley State
Anderson Hill – Chapman
Marcus Huerta – Boise State
Frank Ihle – Clemson
Noah Iverson – Missouri
Kyle Jacobs – Santa Clara
Cory Jaeger – Michigan State
Wade Jenison – Purdue
Ben Jennings – UC Santa Barbara
Nicholas Jones – Clemson
Colin Joyce – Minn.-Duluth
Anthony Keyes – Bridgewater State
Matt Klein – Stanford
Spencer Kline – Purdue
Taylor Klus – Western Oregon
Paul Koestler – Arizona State
Jason Kraus – Nebraska
Angelo Lagomarsino – Sonoma State
Jacob Lamar – Indiana
John Leach – New Hampshire
Jackson Leinhart – Concordia-Irvine
Cameron Lewis – Washington
Justin Linderholm – North Dakota State
Jake Lombardo – California
John Maginnes – Georgia Tech
Jake Marthens – Arizona State
Patrick Mason – Nebraska
Brandon Mayo – Concordia-Irvine
Rusty McDonough – California
Conrad McEvoy – Georgia Tech
George McGuirk – Chapman
James McKeever – Liberty
Jack McKeon – Chapman
Scott McNamara – Minn.-Duluth
Finnian Meagher – California
Marcus Mondo – Minn.-Duluth
Davis Nelson – Rice
Adam Norgaard – Washington
Noah Olson – Minn.-Duluth
Henry Ontiveros – College of Idaho
Noah Orham – North Dakota State
Bennett Osterink – Michigan State
Jacob Parry – Grand Valley State
Justin Parry – Grand Valley State
David Patrick – New Haven
Logan Perry – Concordia-Irvine
Joe Peterson – Boise State
Will Peterson – Michigan State
Charlie Pistner – Michigan State
Jake Pistotnik – California
Ethan Polan – Vanderbilt
Harrison Rae – Dominican
Mike Radecki – Minn.-Duluth
Jakob Raider – Arizona State
Devon Raun – Georgia Tech
Connor Reed – Concordia-Irvine
Jackson Reid – Washington
Marco Robertson – Texas A&M
Zachary Rogers – Western Oregon
Hugh Ross – Purdue
Danny Schaeffer – Stonehill
Matt Schmitz – Stanford
Timothy Schwartz – Nebraska
Carter Scrimshaw – St. John’s
Nicholas Sherwood – New Haven
Alexander Skillings – New Hampshire
Ethan Smith – Chapman
Sam Snider – Oregon
Bradley Stewart – College of Idaho
Mitch Stickney – Cal Poly
Kitt Stoddard – California
Garrett Teagarden – Dominican
Hayden Thayer – Cal Poly
Ryan Toland – New Haven
Kirk Tramell – College of Idaho
Alex Vijums – St. Thomas
Cameron Way – Simon Fraser
Kai Welsh – Arizona State
John Whiting – Stanford
Nate Winterburn – Grand Valley State
Charles Wright – Liberty
Will Yerkes – Washington
Sean Young – New Hampshire
Reed Zabel – UC Santa Barbara

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