Four SU Men's Lacrosse Players Earn All-American Honors, Full List

BALTIMORE – Senior midfielder JoJo Marasco (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) headlined a group of four Syracuse University men’s lacrosse players who earned All-America recognition from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) on Thursday, May 23.

Marasco was one of five midfielders, along with John Haus (Maryland), Cameron Flint (Denver), David Lawson (Duke) and Tom Schreiber (Princeton), named to the USILA All-America First Team.

Orange teammates Brian Megill (Clark, N.J.), Luke Cometti (Syracuse, N.Y.) and Henry Schoonmaker (Portland, Ore.) joined Marasco on the organization’s 2013 list of All-Americans. Megill was named to the second team, while Cometti and Schoonmaker received honorable mention honors.

This is the second time Marasco and Megill have been rewarded with USILA All-America status. Marasco was an honorable mention choice in 2011 and Megill received second-team plaudits in 2012. Cometti and Schoonmaker are first-time honorees.

A Tewaaraton Award finalist and the BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year, Marasco ranks fifth in the BIG EAST in scoring (3.22 points per game) and second in assists (2.11 per game). He leads the Orange in points (58) and holds the school single-season record for assists by a midfielder with 38 this season.

Megill has started every game for the Orange on close defense and he is a two-time unanimous All-BIG EAST First Team performer. He holds the Orange record for career caused turnovers (100) and he leads the Orange this season with 48 ground balls. Megill also has 22 caused turnovers, good for third on the squad.

Cometti plays with Marasco on the Orange’s first midfield line. He is tied for the team lead in goals (30) and ranks third on the Orange with 39 points.

Schoonmaker anchors Syracuse’s second midfield. He has 18 goals and five assists this season. Against Princeton on April 6, Schoonmaker had a breakout game, recording four goals and two assists to lead the Orange past the Tigers, 13-12.

Syracuse is the top seed in the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The Orange will face Denver in the national semifinals on Saturday, May 25 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Faceoff is scheduled for 5 p.m. on ESPN2.

Full List:

Marcus Holman, University of North Carolina
Robert Pannell, Cornell University
Lyle Thompson, University at Albany

Tucker Durkin, Johns Hopkins University
Joe Fletcher, Loyola University
Jason Noble, Cornell University

Brendan Fowler, Duke University

Austin Kaut, Penn State University

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Jesse Bernhardt, University of Maryland

Cameron Flint, University of Denver
John Haus, University of Maryland
David Lawson, Duke University
JoJo Marasco, Syracuse University
Tom Schreiber, Princeton University

Kieran McArdle, St. John's University
Logan Schuss, The Ohio State University
Jordan Wolf, Duke University

Michael Ehrhardt, University of Maryland
Scott McWilliams, University of Virginia
Brian Megill, Syracuse University

Mike Poppleton, Johns Hopkins University

Niko Amato, University of Maryland

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Scott Ratliff, Loyola University

Connor Buczek, Cornell University
Michael Chanenchuk, University of Maryland
Chad Tutton, University of North Carolina
Matt White, University of Virginia

Mark Cockerton, University of Virginia
Steve Mock, Cornell University
Joey Sankey, University of North Carolina

Brendan Buckley, United States Military Academy
Matt Miller, University of Notre Dame
Goran Murray, University of Maryland

Kevin Massa, Bryant University

Dillon Ward, Bellarmine University

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John LoCascio, Villanova University

David Dickson, Bucknell University
Rob Emery, University of Virginia
Jim Marlatt, University of Notre Dame
Josh Offit, Duke University
Max Van Bourgondien, Cornell University

Peter Baum, Colgate University
Wesley Berg, University of Denver
Jimmy Bitter, University of North Carolina
Robert Church, Drexel University
Thomas DeNapoli, Towson University
David DiMaria, Lehigh University
Josh Dionne, Duke University
Jack Forster, Penn State University
Jeff Froccaro, Princeton University
John Glesener, United States Military Academy
Ty Thompson, University at Albany
Matt Kavanagh, University of Notre Dame
Eric Law, University of Denver
Alex Love, Hobart College
Mike MacDonald, Princeton University
Brandon Mangan, Yale University
Nick O'Reilly, University of Virginia
Connor Rice, Marist College
Jack Rice, Villanova University
Mike Sawyer, Loyola University
Wells Stanwick, Johns Hopkins University
Miles Thompson, University at Albany
Garrett Thul, United States Military Academy
Justin Ward, Loyola University

Reid Acton, Loyola University
Peter Johnson, Yale University
Chris Lightner, Johns Hopkins University
Joe Meurer, The Ohio State University
Michael Noone, Lehigh University
Anthony Santomo, University of Pennsylvania
Jake Smith, University of Massachusetts
Ty Souders, Lehigh University

Dylan Levings, Yale University

Pierce Bassett, Johns Hopkins University
John Kemp, University of Notre Dame
Matt Poillon, Lehigh University
Andrew Wascavage, Towson University

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Thomas Keith, Cornell University
Mason Poli, Bryant University

Dominique Alexander, The Ohio State University
Davis Butts, Loyola University
Landon Carr, University of Maryland
Luke Cometti, Syracuse University
Ryan Creighton, University of North Carolina
Will Haus, Duke University
Josh Hawkins, Loyola University
Jesse King, The Ohio State University
Tom LaCrosse, Penn State University
Ben McIntosh, Drexel University
Jeremy Noble, University of Denver
Henry Schoonmaker, Syracuse University
Sam Snow, Fairfield University
Jake Tripucka, Duke University
Jeff Tundo, Stony Brook University
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Jordan Houtby of Detroit was the active leader in caused turnovers in the nation by a longshot, and he also shut down a top 10 team in Notre Dame in the tourney. Why no love for him?


Jordan Houtby of Detroit was the active leader in caused turnovers in the nation by a longshot, and he also shut down a top 10 team in Notre Dame in the tourney. Why no love for him?


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