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WLax 2017

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Division I Midseason All-Americans ILWOMEN'S MIDSEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM Attack

Sammi Burgess, Florida, Sr.
Steph Lazo, Penn State, Sr.
Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook, Jr.
Mollie Stevens, Florida, Sr.
Megan Whittle, Maryland, Jr.

Midfield

Maggie Bill, North Carolina, Jr.
Alex Condon, Penn, Jr.
Sarah Martin, Albany, Sr.
Marie McCool, North Carolina, Jr.
Zoe Stukenberg, Maryland, Sr. 

Draw Control Specialist

Sammy Jo Tracy, North Carolina, Sr.

Defense

Taylor Bresnahan, Florida, Sr.
Caroline Fitzgerald, Florida, Sr.
Nadine Hadnagy, Maryland, Sr.
Catie Smith, Cornell, Sr.
Lydia Sutton, USC, Jr. 

Goalie

Paige Soenken, Colorado, Sr.


MLax Freshman Rankings

21 March 2017 - 08:54 AM

2017 Early Season DI Freshman Rankings

 

9. TD Ierlan, FO, Albany (1G, 1A 61.9%, 36GBs in 4 games)
The Victor (N.Y.) alum has posted good numbers despite one of the stiffest possible tests in his debut — drawing against Syracuse senior Ben Williams.

 

 

23. Cory VanGinhoven, A, Stony Brook (13G, 3A in 5 games)

21. Charlie Erdmann, FO, Vermont (59.7%, 45GB in 7 games)

17. Ben French, A, Vermont (20G, 8A in 7 games)

14. Wayne White, M, Stony Brook (7G, 3A in 5 games)


Message from Coach Marr

02 March 2017 - 01:17 PM

Posted on Facebook

 

A message from head coach Scott Marr:

I need your help for the next 2 weeks. Coach Matt Painter is representing Niemann Pick Type C in the ESPN Infiniti Coach Challenge. If he wins $100,000 will be donated to help find a cure for kids like JP who are battling this horrible disease. Coach Painter got involved with this challenge because he is friends with the Smith Family who lost 3 of their 4 children to this nasty disease. Coach Painter came in second last year, we need your help to share with your friends to vote everyday. Yes you have to create an ESPN account but I promise you that you won't receive any junk mail. Please do this today, vote everyday until March 11th. Only 500 children suffer from this disease so we need everyone's help. Go to votemattpainter.com and vote everyday and share for JP!

 


MLAX @ Cuse

17 February 2017 - 09:56 AM

Syracuse loses Mellen and Forkin to season-ending injuries

Syracuse All-American defenseman Nick Mellen will undergo season-ending surgery, head coach John Desko said Thursday. Mellen was the only returning defenseman from last season’s Atlantic Coast Conference tournament-winning team due to the graduation of stalwarts Brandon Mullins and Jay McDermott. The West Genesee (New York) High School graduate was expected to cover the best team’s offensive player in most games, Desko said.

The No. 5 Orange (1-0) now need to find its way with patchwork defensive line with Marcus Cunningham, last year’s fourth defender; Tyson Bomberry, who appeared in four total games prior to this season; and Scott Firman, a converted longstick midfielder. Freshman Nick DiPietro and redshirt freshman Andrew Helmer also played a lot defensively against Siena.

Last season, the 5-foot-9, 178-pound Mellen finished third on the team in groundballs (38) and tied for second in caused turnovers (14).

“There’s definitely always struggles when Mellen is out of the lineup,” Bomberry said. “He’s such a great player with his feet, just an all-around player.”

 

Game Notes


CAA Awards

22 November 2016 - 11:24 AM

CAA Football Announces Post-Season Award Winners

 

2016 All-CAA Football First Team
(as voted on by the head coaches)

OFFENSE
QB    Bryan Schor    James Madison    Jr.
RB    Khalid Abdullah    James Madison    Sr.
RB    Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks    UAlbany    So.
FB/HB    Anthony Manzo-Lewis    UAlbany    Jr.

WR    Brian Brown    Richmond    Sr.
WR    Brandon Ravenel    James Madison    Sr.
WR    Micah Wright    Maine    So.
TE    Jonathan Kloosterman    James Madison    Jr.
OL    Thomas Evans    Richmond    Sr.
OL    Mitchell Kirsch    James Madison    Sr.
OL    Tad McNeely    New Hampshire    Sr.
OL    Timon Parris    Stony Brook    Jr.
OL    Aaron Stinnie    James Madison    Jr.
OL    Jerry Ugokwe    William & Mary    Sr.
PK    Griffin Trau    Richmond    So.
KR    Shane Simpson    Towson    Fr.
PR    Rashard Davis    James Madison    Sr.

DEFENSE
DL    Andrew Ankrah    James Madison    Jr.
DL    Winston Craig    Richmond    Sr.
DL    Tanoh Kpassagnon    Villanova    Sr.
DL    Patrick Ricard    Maine    Sr.
DL    Cam Shorey    New Hampshire    Sr.
LB    Charles Bell    Delaware    Jr.
LB    Austin Calitro    Villanova    Sr.
LB    Omar Howard    Richmond    Sr.
LB    Michael Nicastro    UAlbany    Sr.
LB    Christophe Mulumba Tshimanga    Maine    Sr.
CB    Casey DeAndrade    New Hampshire    Sr.
CB    Taylor Reynolds    James Madison    Sr.
S    Raven Greene    James Madison    Jr.
S    Rob Rolle    Villanova    Jr.
P    Jake Ryder    Towson    Sr.


2016 All-CAA Football Second Team
OFFENSE

QB    Kyle Lauletta    Richmond    Jr.
RB    Kendell Anderson    William & Mary    Sr.
RB    Dalton Crossan    New Hampshire    Sr.
FB/HB    James Pavik    Richmond    Sr.
WR    Ray Bolden    Stony Brook    Jr.
WR    DeVonte Dedmon    William & Mary    Jr.
WR    Christian Summers    Towson    Sr.
TE    Andrew Caskin    William & Mary    Jr.
OL    Connor Bozick    Delaware    Sr.
OL    Matt Frank    James Madison    Sr.
OL    Brody Kern    Delaware    Jr.
OL    Brad Seaton    Villanova    Sr.
OL    Nicholas Vergos    Richmond    Sr.
PK    John Gallagher    Elon    Sr.
KR    Harold Cooper    Rhode Island    Jr.
PR    Micah Wright    Maine    So.

DEFENSE
DL    Ousmane Camara    Stony Brook    Jr.
DL    Malachi Hoskins    UAlbany    Jr.
DL    Bilal Nichols    Delaware    Jr.
DL    Brandon Waller    Richmond    Jr.
LB    Shane Lawless    Stony Brook    So.
LB    Troy Reeder    Delaware    So.
LB    John Silas    Elon    Sr.
LB    Gage Steele    James Madison    Sr.
CB    Rayshan Clark    UAlbany    Sr.
CB    Trey Reed    William & Mary    Sr.
S    Tyrice Beverette    Stony Brook    Jr.
S    Jaheem Woods    Stony Brook    Sr.
P    Gunnar Kane    James Madison    Sr.


2016 All-CAA Football Third Team
OFFENSE

QB    Dan Collins    Maine    Sr.
RB    Stacey Bedell    Stony Brook    Jr.
RB    Aaron Forbes    Villanova    So.
RB    Wes Hills    Delaware    Jr.
WR    Terrence Alls    James Madison    Jr.
WR    Andre Dessenberg    Towson    Sr.
WR    Neil O’Connor    New Hampshire    So.
WR    Tyler Wilkins    Richmond    So.
TE    Ryan Bell    Villanova    Jr.
TE    Garrett Hudson    Richmond    Jr.
OL    Max Andrews    Maine    Sr.
OL    Jamil Demby    Maine    Jr.
OL    Chris Durant     William & Mary    Jr.
OL    Andrew Lauderdale    New Hampshire    Sr.
OL    Kevin Malloy    UAlbany    Sr.
PK    Aidan O’Neill    Towson    Fr.
KR    Earnest Edwards    Maine    Fr.
PR    Casey DeAndrade    New Hampshire    Sr.

DEFENSE
DL    Jose Duncan    Rhode Island    Jr.
DL    John Haggart    Stony Brook    So.
DL    Bryan Osei    Villanova    Sr.
DL    Isaiah Stephens    William & Mary    Jr.
LB    DeVaughn Chollette    New Hampshire    Sr.
LB    Stephen Lubnow    William & Mary    Sr.
LB    Sterling Sheffield    Maine    So.
LB    Ed Shockley    Villanova    Jr.
CB    Nassir Adderley    Delaware    So.
CB    Najee Goode    Maine    Jr.
CB    Darin Peart    Stony Brook    Jr.
S    Brendan Coniker    Richmond    Jr.
S    Monty Fenner    Towson    Jr.
S    Pop Lacey    New Hampshire    Fr.
P    John Hinchen    Villanova    Jr.

COACH OF THE YEAR
    Mike Houston, James Madison
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    Bryan Schor, James Madison (QB - Jr.)
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova (DL - Sr.)
SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    Rashard Davis, James Madison (PR/WR - Sr.)
OFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    Shane Simpson, Towson (RB - Fr.)
DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    Prince Smith, Jr., New Hampshire (CB - Fr.)
CHUCK BOONE LEADERSHIP AWARD
    Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire (CB - Sr.)