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2011 Boys All-Americans (Group One)

June 6, 2011    14139 Views

BALTIMOREUS Lacrosse has recognized 40 high school boys’ lacrosse players as US Lacrosse Boys’ High School Regional All-Americans. Additionally, a total of 21 players have received US Lacrosse Boys’ High School All-Academic honors; both accolades are the first of three groups to be announced.

This year, US Lacrosse implemented a three-tiered recognition process to accommodate for the different high school lacrosse playing seasons across the country. The second and third boys’ groups will be announced in June. After all three groups are named, US Lacrosse will select 24 players as US Lacrosse first team National All-Americans and an additional 24 boys as US Lacrosse second team National All-Americans.

A US Lacrosse All-American is a player who exhibits superior skills and techniques and possesses exceptional game sense and knowledge. A US Lacrosse All-American is one of the best players in the United States, while also embodying excellent sportsmanship.

The first round of 2011 US Lacrosse Boys’ High School Regional All-Americans:

Region – Player, Position, High School (Graduation Year), College Attending
Arizona - Phillip Coogan, M, Tucson Tanque Verde (2011), University of Colorado
Florida-Central - Will Rotatori, A, Lake Higland Prep (2011)
Florida-Central - Jake Rooney, A, Timber Creek (2012)
Florida-Central - Nick St. Laurent, M, Lake Higland Prep (2011)
Florida-Central - Warren Berenis, G, Lake Highland Prep (2011), Washington & Lee
Florida-Central - Andrew Conley, M, Boone (2011)
Florida-Central - Will Goodman, A, Oviedo (2011)
Florida-Central - Jack Pease, D, Lake Mary (2011)
Florida-North - Mike Power, M, Ponte Vedra High School (2011), Univ. of Pennsylvania
Florida-North - Brendan Francis, A, Ponte Vedra HS (2012), U.S. Naval Academy (Prep)
Florida-North - Chad Kehoe, LSM, The Bolles School (2011), SMU
Florida-North - Teddy Powell, A, The Bolles School (2011), Denison University
Florida-North - Erik Carson, G, Allen D. Nease High School (2011), Shorter University
Louisiana - Saban Sellers, A, St. Thomas Moore (2011)
Louisiana - Austin Mathias, A, Loyola College Prep (2011)
Nevada - Michael Morse, D, Centennial (2011), High Point University
Nevada - Halston Jet Harding, M, Coronado (2011)
South Florida - Quinn Cade, D, St. Andrew's (2011), Brown University
South Florida - Conor Whipple, A, St. Andrew's (2013)
South Florida - Chris Selva, G, St. Thomas (2011), Hofstra University
South Florida - Josh Stauffer, A,  Benjamin School (2011), Post Grad - Lawrenceville, NJ
South Florida - Jacob Werman, M, Pinecrest (2011), Siena College
South Florida - Brendon Walker, M, Cardinal Newman (2011), Jacksonville University
South Florida - Evan Wesselman, D, The Benjamin School (2012)
South Florida - Ryan Powers, G, Jupiter Christian (2011), Proctor Academy
South Florida - Kyle Dingle, D, Boca Raton (2012)
South Florida - Max Van de Put, M, Gulliver Prep (2011), Connecticut College
South Carolina - Carson Barefoot, M, Mauldin High School (2011)
South Carolina - Clayton Reed, G, Hilton Head High School (2011), Mars Hill
South Carolina - Parker Thomas, A, Fort Mill High School (2011), Tennessee Wesleyan
South Carolina - Adam Lorenzen, D, Greenville High School (2011)
South Carolina - Steven Blanchard, A, Fort Mill High School (2011), Piedmont College
Texas - Brandon Mullins, D, Coppell High School (2011), Syracuse
Texas - Buck McClure, A, Dallas Jesuit (2011), Air Force Prep
Texas - Campbell Sode, A, Highland Park (2011), Rutgers
Texas - Tyler Landis, M, Coppell High School (2011), Brown
Texas - Chase Rogers, M, Woodlands (2011), Nazareth College
Texas - Hunter Hendrick, D, Kingwood (2011), Quinnipiac
Texas - Nate Hruby, M, Coppell High School (2011), Air Force
Texas - Will Merritt, M, Austin High (2011), Roanoke
West Virginia - Kris Lankford, M, University High (2011), West Virginia University

The first round of 2011 US Lacrosse Boys’ High School All-Academic:

Region – Player, Position, High School, (Graduation Year), College Attending
Alabama/Mississippi - Albert Jordan, G, Briarwood (2011), University of Georgia
Arizona - Ryan Maples, D, Saguaro (2011), University of California, Berkley
Florida-Central - Jarod Forehand, A, Lake Mary
Florida-Central - Kyle McDavid, M, University
Florida-North - Austen deRoziere, A, Ponte Vedra High School (2011), Vanderbilt Univ.
Florida-North -  Jake McVeagh, D, Allen D. Nease High School (2011), Univ. of Florida
Louisiana - Tyler Hood, M, Catholic High School (2011)
Nevada - Rudy Jacob Todd Gerson, M, Coronado (2011), Cornell University
South Carolina - Jonathon Bailey, A, JL Mann High School (2011), Clemson University
South Carolina - Tripp McKemey, A/M, Fort Mill High School (2011), Univ. of Mississippi
South Florida - Drew Anderson, M, Calvary Christian Academy (2011), Liberty University
South Florida - Kyle Crooke, M, Pope John Paul II (2011), University of Florida
South Florida - Andrew Denkler, D, Boca Raton (2011), University of Florida
South Florida - Matthew Dillon, D, Jupiter Christian (2011), University of Florida
South Florida - Dylan Flinchum, D, Vero Beach (2011), University of Florida
Texas - Brent Phelps, G, Katy Morton Ranch High School (2011), Texas A&M University
Texas - Grant Fitts, G, Episcopal School of Dallas (2011), Johns Hopkins
Texas - Jimmy Nawalaniec, M, Dallas Jesuit (2011), St. Louis University
Texas - Jordan Schochet, M, Plano West (2011), Brown University
West Virginia - Steven Cox, M, Fairmont Senior (2011), West Virginia University

To learn more about the US Lacrosse High School All-America process, please visit

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