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Baltimore players named to NILC high school All-American squad

Tuesday, 11th September 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, High school  
 

National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association Names Inaugural All-America Class
St. Louis, MO – The National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association is pleased to announce their inaugural National All-America Class for the 2012 season. The inaugural Class is represented by student athletes from 10 states and the District of Columbia.

1st Team
Devin Dwyer Sr. A Garden City (NY) Harvard
Pat Kelly Sr. A Calvert Hall (MD) N. Carolina
Matt Rambo Jr. A LaSalle College (PA) Maryland
Jake Froccaro Sr. M Port Washington (NY) Princeton
Will McNamara Sr. M Haverford (PA) Virginia
Steve Pontrello Sr. M St. Augustine (NJ) N. Carolina
Evan Connell Sr. D Calvert Hall (MD) N. Carolina
Bobby Duvnjak Sr. D Manhasset (NY) Harvard
Tanner Scales Sr. D Regis Jesuit (CO) Virginia
Dan Marino Sr. G Garden City (NY) Virginia

2nd Team

Bradlee Lord Sr. A Conestoga (PA) Maryland
Case Matheis Sr. A Darien (CT) Duke
James Pannell Sr. A Smithtown West (NY) Virginia
Deemer Class Sr. M Loyola (MD) Duke
Stephen Kelly Jr. M Calvert Hall (MD) N. Carolina
Connor Reed Sr. M Gonzaga (DC) Johns Hopkins

Ryan Palasek Sr. D Rocky Point (NY) Syracuse
Will Reynolds Jr. D Delbarton (NJ) Princeton
Miles Thomas Sr. D Conestoga (PA) Drexel
Kieran Burke Sr. G St Anthony’s (NY) N. Carolina

3rd Team
Ian Ardley Sr. A Deerfield (MA) Harvard
Sam Llinares Sr. A Hauppauge (NY) Hofstra
Mikey Morris Sr. A Salisbury School (CT) Johns Hopkins
Brent Armstrong Sr. M St. Stephens & St. Agnes (VA) N. Carolina
Michael Tagliaferri Sr. M San Ramon Valley (CA) N. Carolina
Zach Currier Jr. M Culver Military Academy (IN) Princeton
Jamie Ikeda Sr. D Conestoga (PA) Duke
Walker Kirby Sr. D Lawrenceville (NJ) Harvard
Mac Pons Jr. D Boys Latin (MD) Maryland
Luke Aaron Sr. G Deerfield (MA) Duke

NILCA was formed to provide dedicated service to high school lacrosse coaches throughout the United States. NILCA seeks to identify and provide solutions to issues raised by men’s high school lacrosse coaches. NILCA will again be conducting its annual meeting the first week of December during the IMLCA Convention in Baltimore, Maryland. A detailed schedule of meetings and presentations will be available at the IMLCA website, www.lacrossecoaches.org.


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