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2019 College Crosse Preseason All-Americans

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Inside Lacrosse revealed the 2019 Face-Off Yearbook: Preseason Media All-Americans today. It is voted on by media members who vote in the weekly Media Poll and consists of 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Teams, and Honorable Mentions.

I’ve gotten the email the last couple years, but I always submit a combined ballot with help from Chris, Adam, Jake, & Ryan. This year The Kid Chris will also be voting in the weekly Media Poll, and as such submitted his own ballot for the 2019 Preseason Media All-Americans. You should definitely check out his post on his ballot, which you can find here.

Seeing as transparency and accountability are important to us here at College Crosse, you can find the Preseason Media All-Americans ballot that I submitted to IL (with the help of Chris, Adam, Jake, & Ryan) directly below.

College Crosse Preseason All-Americans

Position First Team Second Team Third Team
Position First Team Second Team Third Team
Attack Michael Sowers (Princeton) Ethan Walker (Denver) Jared Bernhardt (Maryland)
Attack Pat Spencer (Loyola) Michael Kraus (Virginia) Chris Gray (Boston Univ.)
Attack Jeff Teat (Cornell) Tehoka Nanticoke (Albany) Jackson Morrill (Yale)
Midfield Brad Smith (Duke) Jack Tigh (Yale) Sean Eccles (Albany)
Midfield Max Tuttle (Sacred Heart) Brent Noseworthy (Michigan) Nick Spillane (Penn State)
Midfield Dox Aitken (Virginia) Jeff Trainor (UMass) Jamie Trimboli (Syracuse)
Defense Chris Fake (Yale) JT Giles-Harris (Duke) Craig Chick (Lehigh)
Defense Cade Van Raaphorst (Duke) Dylan Gaines (Denver) Johnny Surdick (Army WP)
Defense Patrick Foley (Johns Hopkins) Isaac Paparo (UMass) Curtis Corley (Maryland)
FOGO TD Ierlan (Yale) Gerard Arceri (Penn State) Alex Woodall (Towson)
SSDM Zach Goodrich (Towson) Ryan Terefenko (Ohio State) Drew Schantz (Notre Dame)
LSM Matt Neufeldt (Denver) Jared Conners (Virginia) Brett Kennedy (Syracuse)
Goalie Nick Washuta (Vermont) Alex Heger (Robert Morris) Phil Goss (Brown)

For all those keeping track at home.

Team with most College Crosse Preseason All-Americans

  1. Yale - 4.
  2. Duke, Denver, & Virginia - 3.
  3. Towson, UMass, Penn State, Maryland, & Albany - 2.
  4. Princeton, Loyola, Cornell, Ohio State, Syracuse, Boston Univ., Army West Point, Notre Dame, Lehigh, Michigan, Vermont, Robert Morris, & Johns Hopkins - 1.

Conference with most College Crosse Preseason All-Americans.

  1. ACC - 8.
  2. Ivy League & Big Ten - 7.
  3. Patriot League & CAA - 4.
  4. American East - 3.
  5. Northeast Conference - 2.

(Adam & I would like to note that we still believe that Danny Jones (Johns Hopkins) should’ve at least made 3rd Team. #FreeDannyJones)