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2020 College Crosse Preseason All-Americans

Check out our picks for the 2020 College Crosse Preseason All Americans list

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Christmas and New Year’s are only a few weeks away, which means lacrosse season is just around the corner. It really is the most wonderful time of the year.

Inside Lacrosse’s 2020 Face-Off Yearbook will be released soon and it will include the 2020 Preseason Media All-Americans list. The selections are voted on by media members who vote in the weekly Media Poll and consists of 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Teams, and Honorable Mentions.

I vote in the weekly Media Poll, but for the Media All-Americans list, I always submit a site ballot with help from Chris, Adam, Jake, & Ryan. Chris also votes in the weekly Media Poll and has his own Media All-Americans ballot as well. He released his picks on Thursday evening, which you can find here.

Seeing as transparency and accountability are important to us here at College Crosse, we want to share our picks with all of our wonderful readers/followers. You can find the Preseason Media All-Americans ballot that I submitted to IL directly below.

2020 College Crosse Preseason All-Americans

Position First Team Second Team Third Team
Position First Team Second Team Third Team
Attack Grant Ament (Penn State) Joey Epstein (Johns Hopkins) Jackson Morrill (Yale)
Attack Michael Sowers (Princeton) Jared Bernhardt (Maryland) Asher Nolting (High Point)
Attack Chris Gray (North Carolina) Mac O'Keefe (Penn State) Logan Wisnauskas (Maryland)
Midfield Chase Scanlan (Syracuse) Bryan Costabile (Notre Dame) Connor Kirst (Villanova)
Midfield Anthony DeMaio (Maryland) Bubba Fairman (Maryland) Jack Kelly (Penn State)
Midfield Sam Handley (Penn) Dox Aitken (Virginia) Brendan Curry (Syracuse)
FOGO TD Ierlan (Yale) Kyle Gallagher (Penn) Justin Inacio (Ohio State)
SSDM Roman Puglise (Maryland) Ryan Terefenko (Ohio State) Peter Dearth (Syracuse)
LSM Brandon Salvatore (Cornell) Jared Conners (Virginia) Ryan McNulty (Loyola)
Defense JT Giles-Harris (Duke) Nick Mellen (Syracuse) Mark Evanchick (Penn)
Defense Gibson Smith (Georgetown) George Baughan (Princeton) Aidan Hynes (Yale)
Defense Koby Smith (Towson) Sean Menges (Richmond) Nick Cardile (Penn State)
Goalie Matt DeLuca (Delaware) Drake Porter (Syracuse) Caton Johnson (North Carolina)

For all those keeping track at home.

Team with the most College Crosse Preseason All-Americans

  1. Maryland & Syracuse - 5
  2. Penn State - 4
  3. Yale & Penn - 3
  4. Princeton, Virginia, Ohio State, North Carolina - 2
  5. Johns Hopkins, High Point, Georgetown, Villanova, Cornell, Loyola, Duke, Towson, Richmond, Delaware, and Notre Dame - 1

Conference with the most College Crosse Preseason All-Americans.

  1. Big Ten - 12
  2. ACC - 11
  3. Ivy League - 9
  4. Big East, CAA and So-Con - 2
  5. Patriot League - 1

Let us know what your thoughts are on our picks in the comments section.