Stevenson, Salisbury top All-American list
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association released its All-American list for the 2010 season, and three players from Stevenson and Salisbury made the first team.
Senior attackman Steve Kazimer and junior attackman Jimmy Dailey represented the Mustangs. Kazimer led the team in assists (49) and points (95) and ranked second in goals (46). Kazimer ranked 12th in the nation in points per game (4.57) and 11 in assists per game (2.38). Dailey was second among Stevenson players in assists (37) and third in goals (44) and points (81).
The Sea Gulls, who will meet Tufts on Sunday for the national championship, were represented on the first team by sophomore midfielder Sam Bradman, who led the team in goals (58) and points (85).
Salisbury placed four players on the second team. They are senior midfielder Mike Von Kamecke, senior long-stick midfielder Connor Burgasser, junior defenseman Collin Tokosch and junior goalkeeper Johnny Rodriguez.
Stevenson put three players on the second team, including junior attackman Richie Ford, junior defenseman Evan Douglass and junior face-off specialist Ray Witte.
Mustangs junior midfielder Kyle Moffitt made the All-American third team.
The list of honorable mentions includes: a Salisbury trio of sophomore attackman Matt Cannone, senior attackman Jake DeLillo, senior face-off specialist Ryan Finch; a Goucher pair of sophomore midfielder Matt Lynch and junior defenseman Justin Dunn; a Stevenson duo of senior defenseman Mike Gustowarow and senior goalkeeper Geoff Hebert; McDaniel sophomore attackman D.J. Rickels; and St. Mary's senior long-stick midfielder Ryder Henry.