CENTERVILLE, Mass. – Six University of Denver men’s lacrosse student-athletes were named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Lacrosse League Academic All-Conference team for the 2012 campaign, Commissioner Rudy Keeling announced on today.
Redshirt sophomore Drew Babb (Centennial, Colo.), sophomore Matt Kramer (Littleton, Colo.), juniors Eric Law (Centennial, Colo.) and Kyle Hercher (Littleton, Colo.), and seniors Henry Miketa (Fort Collins, Colo.) and Patrick Rogers (Portland, Ore.) were among 43 total student-athletes throughout the league that maintained a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade-point average.
Recipients had to be significant contributors to their team, participate in at least 50 percent of their team’s games and have resided at least three semesters at their current institution.
2012 ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE
Air Force (2)
Pat Harrison, Jr., Operations Research, Annapolis, Md.
Michael Curran, So., Management, North Brunswick, N.J.
Michael Bender, So., Business Administration, Emmaus, Pa.
Ross Doan, Sr., Economics, Dublin, Ohio
Cam Gardner, So., Finance, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Trevor Timmerberg, Sr., Communication, Overland Park, Kan.
“Brick” Wipf, Sr., Biology, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Drew Babb, R-So., Finance, Centennial, Colo.
Kyle Hercher, Jr., International Business, Littleton, Colo.
Matt Kramer, So., Business, Littleton, Colo.
Eric Law, Jr., Centennial, Colo.
Henry Miketa, Sr., International Studies, Fort Collins, Colo.
Patrick Rogers, Sr., Finance, Portland, Ore.
Charlie Cipriano, Sr. Sociology, Williston Park, N.Y.
Brendan McTague, Gr., MBA, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Greg Perraut, So., Accounting, Bethesda, Md.
Matt Rubertone, Jr., Biology, Manhasset, N.Y.
Sam Snow, Jr., Management, Bainbridge, Wash.
Peter Bolte, So., Environmental Studies, Belmont, Mass.
Ryan Korn, Jr., Biology, Fair Haven, N.J.
Ryan Munnelly, So., International Relations, Fort Salonga, N.Y.
Ethan O’Connor, Jr., Economics, Milton, Ontario, Canada
Cam Stone, So., Undeclared, Syracuse, N.Y.
Loyola Maryland (4)
Kyle Duffy, So., Business Administration & Finance, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Joe Fletcher, So., Accounting, Syracuse, N.Y.
Dylan Grimm, Sr., Business Administration & International Business, Oakton, Va.
Eric Lusby, Gr., Masters of Computer Science, Severna Park, Md.
Doug Bryant, So., Cellular & Molecular Biology, Princeton, N.J.
Jeff Chu, So., Mechanical Engineering, Berwyn, Pa.
Jeff Janer, So., Business, Novi, Mich.
J.D. Johnson, Jr., Business, Malibu, Calif.
Thomas Paras, Jr., Sport Management, Lakewood, Ohio
Willie Steenland, Jr., Economics, Minneapolis, Minn.
Sean Sutton, Jr., Neuroscience, Greenwich, Conn.
Alex Vasileff, Sr., History, Birmingham, Mich.
Ohio State (8)
Dominique Alexander, Jr., Physical Education, Baldwin, N.Y.
Eddie Bambino, Sr., Spanish, Yardley, Pa.
Tyler Frederick, So., Business Finance, Reisterstown, Md.
Kevin Mack, Jr., Physical Education, Dublin, Ohio
Logan Schuss, Jr., Physical Education, Ladner, British Columbia, Canada
Patrick Toohey, Jr., English, Lutherville, Md.
Dan Wertz, Jr., Sport and Leisure Studies, Lititz, Pa.
Trey Wilkes, Jr, Communication, Ijamsville, Md.
About the ECAC Lacrosse League
One of the top-ranked conferences in Division I men’s lacrosse, the ECAC began competition in 2000 and enjoyed immediate success. A league team has advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals in nine of the previous 13 years. This May, Loyola became the first ECAC program to capture a national championship and the third team to reach the semifinal round: Denver in 2011 and Massachusetts in the 2006 title game. The champion of the ECAC Lacrosse League earns an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The league champion is determined through a playoff tournament which includes the top four teams of the round-robin regular season schedule. The conference has produced numerous all-Americans and players who have gone on to the professional ranks.