Rest of All-Americans revealed
Yesterday, I reported that Johns Hopkins senior midfielder Paul Rabil was named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-America first team. Rabil is the only Baltimore-area player given that honor.
I was sent the list for second and third teams and honorable mention (thanks go to Stacie Michaud, the men’s lacrosse contact and sports information director at Navy), and the Baltimore area is well represented.
Maryland senior defenseman Joe Cinosky, Navy senior defenseman Jordan DiNola, UMBC senior midfielder Terry Kimener and Johns Hopkins senior midfielder Stephen Peyser were selected to the second team. Those four were joined by Ohio State senior midfielder Kevin Buchanan (Calvert Hall) and Virginia senior attackman Ben Rubeor (Loyola).
Johns Hopkins put three players on the third team, including senior defenseman Matt Bocklet, junior defenseman Michael Evans and senior attackman Kevin Huntley. Virginia sophomore midfielder Brian Carroll (Gilman) and North Carolina junior midfielder Ben Hunt (Severna Park) are also on the third team.
The Honorable Mention group includes three UMBC players in junior defenseman Bobby Atwell, junior goalkeeper Jeremy Blevins and junior attackman Ryan Smith, two Maryland players in sophomore defenseman Brian Farrell and junior midfielder Jeff Reynolds, one Loyola player in senior attackman Shane Koppens, and one Navy player in senior attackman Nick Mirabito.
The list of players who played at area high schools includes Georgetown sophomore defenseman Barney Ehrmann (Gilman), Notre Dame senior attackman Ryan Hoff (Dulaney), North Carolina senior defenseman Tim Kaiser (Loyola) and North Carolina junior goalkeeper Grant Zimmerman (Gilman).