(Baltimore, Md.)– Under Armour®, Inc. and Corrigan Sports Enterprises, Inc. announced today the selection of the nation’s top boys and girls high school seniors to the prestigious All-America lacrosse rosters. The fifth annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic takes place on Saturday, July 3rd at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Md.

The University of North Carolina men’s program leads the nation as eight of its recruits from the same graduating class were named All Americans. The Atlantic Coast Conference has a total of 20 players (UNC 8, MD 6, Duke 3, UVa 3) on this year’s high school All-America boys roster.

Georgetown University leads all colleges on the women’s front with five recruits. Both the Maryland and North Carolina women’s teams are represented by four All-Americans.

On the high school level three players each from the McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) girls program and Chaminade High School (Mineola, NY) boys program earn the sport’s highest honor.

This year marks the first year a Canadian player (Mark Cockerton/Midfield/Oshawa, Canada/North team) made the squad. South team midfielder T.J. Kemp also becomes the first player from the state of Tennessee to be named an All-American.

For the sixth time sisters have earned the All-America honor. Katie Mastropieri (Midfield/Richmond, VA/Collegiate School/South Team) follows in her sister Betsy’s footsteps. Betsy played in the game last year and currently attends the University of Notre Dame.

A full weekend of events is scheduled, highlighted by the All-America boys showcase live on ESPNU at 8 p.m. The girls face off at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday as well.

The All-Americans are selected by a panel of lacrosse experts at Inside Lacrosse Magazine. The year-long process includes input from college and high school coaches from across the country as well as nominations from the general public.

For the second consecutive year the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic features an expanded eight-region underclassmen event with boys and girls teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Upstate New York and Washington, D.C. The two-day underclassmen tournament (July 3rd-4th) culminates with the girls and boys finals at 3:30 p.m. on the fields surrounding Unitas Stadium.

Tickets start as low as $11 and can be purchased via Ticketmaster.com. For more information, visit www.underarmourlacrosse.com.

Name POS Hometown/High School College

Tobias Armour Defense New Haven, CT/Choate Rosemary Hall Johns Hopkins
Jake Bratek Midfield DeWitt, NY/Jamesville-DeWitt Syracuse
James Cathers Midfield Syracuse, NY/Corcoran Syracuse
Mark Cockerton Midfield Oshawa, Canada/Paul Dwyer Virginia
Josh Dionne Attack Merrimack, NH/Avon Old Farms Duke
Luke Duprey Defense Concord, NH/Phillips Andover Duke
Mike Ehrhardt Defense Westbury, NY/Chaminade Maryland
Rob Emery Midfield San Francisco, CA/St. Ignatius Prep Virginia
Brian Feeney Goalie Summit, NJ/Summit Penn
Nick Galasso Attack West Islip, NY/West Islip North Carolina
John Glesener Midfield Camillus, NY/West Genesee Army
Will Himler Attack Manhasset, NY/Chaminade Princeton
Andrew Hodgson Midfield West Islip, NY/West Islip Towson
Jack Reilly Defense Niskayuna, NY/CBA-Albany Johns Hopkins
John Rose Defense Deerfield, MA/Deerfield Academy Harvard
Eric Schneider Goalie Massapequa, NY/Massapequa Johns Hopkins
Thomas Schreiber Midfield East Meadow, NY/St. Anthony’s Princeton
Eric Slingerland Midfield Beverly, MA/Phillips Exeter Harvard
Miles Thompson Attack Nedrow, NY/LaFayette Albany
John Urbank Defense Mineola, NY/Chaminade Georgetown
Billy Ward Attack Baldwinsville, NY/Baldwinsville Syracuse
Carl Zimmerman Attack Homer, NY/Homer Harvard

Name POS Hometown/High School College

Rustin Bryant Attack White Hall, MD/Hereford Maryland
Emmett Cahill Defense Towson, MD/Loyola Blakefield Maryland
Will Campbell Midfield Columbus, OH/Worthington Kilbourne North Carolina
Brian Cooper Midfield Crofton, MD/Archbishop Spalding Maryland
Greg Dutton Goalie Timonium, MD/Calvert Hall Ohio State
Patrick Foster Attack Lutherville, MD/Boys Latin North Carolina
Quinn Haley Attack Grasonville, MD/Queen Anne’s Maryland
Casey Ikeda Defense Berwyn, PA/Conestoga Maryland
R.G. Keenan Midfield Perry Hall, MD/Boys Latin North Carolina
T.J. Kemp Midfield Chattanooga, TN/McCallie North Carolina
Jimmy Marlatt Midfield Clarksville, MD/River Hill Notre Dame
Mark McNeill Midfield West River, MD/St. Mary’s North Carolina
Scott McWilliams Defense Mountain Lakes, NJ/Mountain Lakes Virginia
Joe Meurer Defense Towson, MD/McDonogh Ohio State
Andrew O’Connell Goalie Aston, PA/Malvern Prep North Carolina
Liam O’Connor Midfield Haverford, PA/Haverford Notre Dame
Robert Posniewski Defense Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep Princeton
Pat Powderly Attack Reisterstown, MD/St. Paul’s Syracuse
Tony Rossi Midfield Timonium, MD/Calvert Hall Stevenson
Eric Ruhl Midfield Powell, OH/Dublin Jerome Johns Hopkins
Jordan Smith Defense Winston Salem, NC/Forsyth Country Day North Carolina
Jordan Wolf Attack Wynnewood, PA/Lower Merion Duke

Name POS Hometown/High School College

Kaitlyn Brosco Midfield Shoreham, NY/Shoreham Wading River Notre Dame
Alyssa Costantino Goalie West Islip, NY/West Islip Syracuse
Taylor D’Amore Midfield Canandaigua, NY/Canandaigua Academy Johns Hopkins
Kat DeRonda Midfield Black River, NY/Carthage Northwestern
Jen Devito Attack Wading River, NY/Shoreham Wading River Yale
Grace Dooley Midfield Chicago, IL/Loyola Academy Notre Dame
Alyssa Dunlap Defense Villanova, PA/Radnor Vanderbilt
Katie Ferris Attack Carthage, NY/Carthage Connecticut
Kelyn Freedman Midfield New Town Square, PA/Radnor Georgetown
Abbey Friend Midfield Canandaigua, NY/Canandaigua Academy North Carolina
Caroline Gersuk Midfield Loudonville, NY/Albany Academy Northwestern
Bre Hudgins Midfield Syracuse, NY/West Genesee Brown
Shannon Mangini Attack Garden City, NY/Garden City Penn
Lyndsey Munoz Goalie Crofton, MD/St Mary’s Stanford
Kara Mupo Attack Rocky Point, NY/Rocky Point Northwestern
Lauren Purvis Midfield Maple Glen, PA/Hatboro-Horsham Penn State
Molly Quirke Midfield Wilmette, IL/New Trier Duke
Katie Reinhard Defense Ridgewood, NJ/Immaculate Heart Academy Loyola
Kelly Rich Attack/Midfield Westwood, MA/Westwood Northwestern
Colleen Smith Defense Wilmette, IL/Loyola Academy Princeton
Ashlee Warner Defense Corning, NY/Corning East Virginia
Katie Webster Midfield Syracuse, NY/Christian Brothers Academy Syracuse

Name POS Hometown/High School College

Annie Anton Midfield Denver, CO/Cheery Creek Stanford
Barb Black Goalie Ruxton, MD/St Paul’s Georgetown
Liza Blue Midfield Butler, MD/Garrison Forest Virginia
Mary Jeanne Coyle Defense Kensington, MD/Holy Child Georgetown
MacKenzie Cyr Attack Westminster, MD/Winters Mill Penn State
Hannah Franklin Attack Phoenix, MD/McDonogh Georgetown
Taylor George Midfield Arnold, MD/Broadneck North Carolina
Natalie Glanell Defense Davidsonville, MD/South River Syracuse
Beth Glaros Midfield Ellicott City, MD/Wilde Lake Maryland
Brooke Griffin Midfield Edgewater, MD/South River Maryland
Paige Hanson Attack Baltimore, MD/Bryn Mawr North Carolina
Meghan Helm Defense Ellicott City, MD/Notre Dame Prep Virginia
Kelsey Horton Midfield Vienna, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes Maryland
Sarah Lloyd Midfield Severna Park, MD/Severna Park Princeton
Katie Mastropieri Midfield Richmond, VA/Collegiate School Vanderbilt
Margaret Smith Midfield Westminster, MD/McDonogh Notre Dame
Adrienne Tarver Midfield Pikesville, MD/Park School Yale
Taylor Thomas Goalie Richmond, VA/Collegiate School North Carolina
Courtney Tomchik Midfield Arnold, MD/Broadneck Penn
Amalie Trentzsch Midfield Westminster, MD/Winters Mill Maryland
Taylor Virden Defense Ellicott City, MD/McDonogh Duke
Reilly Woodman Attack Alexandria, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes Georgetown


Boys North
Jack Moran has been the head coach at Chaminade High School (Mineola, NY) for 31 years. During his tenure the Friars have captured 20 regular season championships or co-championships and 15 Catholic League championships. He has also earned Coach of the Year honors 10 times, captured the Pressler Award in 2007 and served as an assistant on the 1992 U-19 Team USA squad.

Boys South
Jack Crawford is in his eighth year at Loyola Blakefield. The 2007 Baltimore Sun and Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association Coach of the Year led Loyola to back-to-back MIAA “A” Conference Championships in 2007 & 2008. The Dons have also qualified for the MIAA “A” Conference playoffs every year he has coached at Loyola. Overall Crawford has 22 years of high school coaching experience.

Girls North
Sue Ellis is the 2009 Monroe County Coach of the Year. In her 12 years at Canandaigua Academy she led the team to four Finger Lakes League championships as well as the Section V and Western Regional championship last year. Ellis has also coached four All-Americans.

Girls South
Chris Robinson’s coaching record at McDonogh stands at 92-8 and 106-7-1 at his previous position at Mt. Hebron. His Mt. Hebron teams won five MPSSAA state championships while McDonogh has won two IAAM conference championships. He runs the M&D lacrosse club which serves 480 boys and girls lacrosse players in central Maryland.

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