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Apr
24
2013

2013 All-ACC Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Team Announced

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Fresh off the presses from site contributor @HokieSmash

 

2013 All-ACC Men’s Lacrosse Team Announced

All four ACC programs represented on 2013 squad

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Six student-athletes on the Tewaaraton Award watch list highlight this year’s All-ACC Men’s Lacrosse Team, as announced today by the conference office. The team is determined by a vote of the league’s four head coaches.

Duke, Maryland, and Virginia are tied for the conference lead with three representatives apiece. North Carolina had two players recognized.

Jesse Bernhardt, John Haus, and Niko Amato were named to the All-ACC Team from Maryland, the top seed in this week’s ACC Championship. All three players are repeat honorees, with Amato earning his third career accolade and the second for Bernhardt and Haus. Amato is just the second ACC goalie to earn three career All-ACC honors, following Virginia’s Tillman Johnson (2001-2003).

Duke’s Brendan Fowler, David Lawson, and Jordan Wolf were honored. Fowler, who ranks third in the nation in faceoff win percentage (.652), and Lawson were named to the All-ACC team for the first time in their careers. Wolf ranks ninth nationally with 2.67 goals per game and earns his third career recognition.

Three Virginia players garnered conference accolades. Mark Cockerton, who leads the country in goals per game (3.5), is joined by Scott McWilliams, who ranks third in the NCAA in caused turnovers per game (2.69). Nick O’Reilly earns his first career honor and is 12th nationally in assists per game (2.23).

North Carolina’s Marcus Holman leads the conference and is fourth in the country in points per game (4.77) and repeated as a member of the All-ACC Team. Teammate Joey Sankey garnered his first career accolade.

The 2013 ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship gets underway Friday with the semifinals at 5 and 7:30 p.m. at Kenan Stadium at the University of North Carolina. The championship game will be held Sunday at 1 p.m., and all three games can be seen on ESPNU. For more information on the ACC Championship, visit: http://theacc.co/MLaxChamp.

Individual awards, including Offensive Player, Defensive Player, Coach and Freshman of the Year, will be voted on by the league’s head coaches following the ACC Championship.

 

2013 Men’s Lacrosse All-ACC Team
Brendan Fowler Junior Midfield Duke
David Lawson Senior Midfield Duke
Jordan Wolf* Junior Attack Duke
Jesse Bernhardt* Senior LSM Maryland
John Haus* Senior Midfield Maryland
Niko Amato* Junior Goalie Maryland
Joey Sankey Sophomore Attack North Carolina
Marcus Holman* Senior Attack North Carolina
Mark Cockerton Junior Attack Virginia
Nick O’Reilly Junior Attack Virginia
Scott McWilliams* Junior Defense Virginia

2013 All-ACC Women’s Lacrosse Team Announced

Ten on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List highlight selections

 

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Ten 2013 Tewaaraton Award candidates highlight the 20-member 2013 All-ACC Women’s Lacrosse Team, as announced today by the conference office. The team is determined by a vote of the league’s six head coaches.

Maryland, which finished off a perfect 17-0 regular season and is the top seed in this week’s tournament, is joined by Duke and North Carolina with a conference-leading five representatives. Virginia has three players recognized, and two Boston College Eagles garnered accolades.

Eight student-athletes earned repeat recognition. Maryland’s Katie Schwarzmann becomes the third player in league history to be named All-ACC four times in a career, joining Boston College’s Kristin Igoe and Maryland’s Karri Ellen Johnson. Boston College’s Covie Stanwick and Mikaela Rix, Maryland’s Alex Aust and Iliana Sanza, and North Carolina’s Abbey Friend, Kara Cannizzaro, and Sloane Serpe all were recognized for a second time.

The 2013 ACC Women’s Lacrosse Championship gets underway Thursday with the quarterfinals at 1 and 3 p.m. at Fetzer Field at the University of North Carolina. The semifinals will be held at 1 and 3 p.m. on Friday, with the championship game on Sunday at 5 p.m. All five games can be seen on the league’s Regional Sports Networks, which include FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Florida, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, and NESN. For more information on the ACC Championship, visit: http://theacc.co/WLaxChamp.

Individual awards, including Offensive Player, Defensive Player, Coach and Freshman of the Year, will be voted on by the league’s head coaches following the ACC Championship.

2013 Women’s Lacrosse All-ACC Team

Covie Stanwick* Sophomore Attack Boston College
Mikaela Rix* Sophomore Midfield Boston College
Kelsey Duryea Freshman Goalie Duke
Kerrin Maurer* Sophomore Attack Duke
Makenzie Hommel Senior Attack Duke
Taylor Trimble Sophomore Midfield Duke
Taylor Virden* Junior Defense Duke
Alex Aust* Senior Attack Maryland
Brooke Griffin R-Sophomore Midfield Maryland
Iliana Sanza* Senior Defense Maryland
Katie Schwarzmann* Senior Midfield Maryland
Taylor Cummings Freshman Midfield Maryland
Abbey Friend Junior Attack North Carolina
Brittney Coppa Junior Midfield North Carolina
Emily Garrity* Senior Midfield North Carolina
Kara Cannizzaro* Senior Midfield North Carolina
Sloane Serpe Junior Defense North Carolina
Courtney Swan Sophomore Midfield Virginia
Dana Boyle R-Sophomore Attack Virginia
Megan Dunleavy* Senior Defense Virginia

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