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The Tewaaraton Award | April 12, 2018

Tewaaraton announces second round of watch list additions

WASHINGTON –– The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the second round of additions to the 2018 Tewaaraton Award Men’s and Women’s Watch Lists. The lists include the top players across all three divisions of NCAA lacrosse and highlight the early contenders for this year’s Tewaaraton Award.

“We congratulate this talented group for their outstanding performances,” said Jeffrey Harvey, Chairman of The Tewaaraton Award. “These players have proved they deserve to be in the conversation for lacrosse’s top award and we wish them the very best the remainder of the season.”

The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. The selection committees are comprised of premier college coaches and are appointed annually by the Tewaaraton Foundation. 

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Men’s second round additions included the following: Dylan Gaines (Denver, Jr., defense), Chris Gray (Boston University, Fr., attack), Alex Heger (Robert Morris, Jr., goalie), Jake McCulloch (Cornell, Jr., midfield), Asher Nolting (High Point, Fr., attack) Michael Rexrode (Rutgers, Sr., defense), Ryan Tierney (Hofstra, Soph. attack) and Jack Tigh (Yale, Jr., attack). 

Women’s second round additions included the following: Emily Gillingham (Towson, Sr., midfield), Julia Glynn (Harvard, Sr., midfield), Julia Lisella (Colorado, Jr., goalie),  Tristan McGinley (Virginia Tech, Sr., attack), Erica Perrotta (High Point, Sr., midfield) and Emily Santoli (Florida Southern, Sr., midfield).

Here are the full men's and women's Tewaarton Award watch lists:

Men's watch list
Name School Class Position
Dox Aitken Virginia Sophomore Midfield
Dylan Alderman Hofstra Senior Midfield
Grant Ament Penn State Junior Attack
Gerard Arceri Penn State Sophomore Faceoff
Trevor Baptiste Denver Senior Faceoff
Jared Bernhardt Maryland Sophomore Attack
Brendan Bomberry Syracuse Senior Attack
Tate Boyce Providence Junior Goalie
Dan Bucaro Georgetown Junior Attack
Morgan Cheek Harvard Senior Attack
Chris Cloutier North Carolina Senior Attack
Jack Concannon Hofstra Senior Goalie
Peter Conleu Duke Senior  Attack
Ryan Conrad Virginia Junior Midfield
Brian Corrigan Marist Redshirt-Senior Goalie
Bryan Costabile Notre Dame Sophomore Midfield
Christian Cuccinello Villanova Senior Attack
Connor Fields Albany Senior Attack
Dylan Gaines Denver Junior Defense
Zach Goodrich Towson Junior Midfield
Phil Goss Brown Sophomore Goalie
Chris Gray Boston University Freshman Attack
Justin Guterding Duke Senior Attack
Alex Heger Robert Morris Junior Goalie
Jule Heningburg Rutgers Senior Attack
Foster Huggins Loyola Senior Defense
TD Ierlan Albany Sophomore Faceoff
Chris Keating Yale Senior Defense
Connor Keating Penn Senior Long Stick Midfield
Connor Kelly Maryland Senior Midfield
Tom Kennedy Bryant Senior Midfield
Michael Kraus  Virginia Sophomore Attack
Tre Leclaire Ohio State Sophomore Attack
Ian Mackay Vermont Senior Midfield
Simon Mathias Penn Junior Attack
Sean Mayle Denver Senior Long Stick Midfield
Johnny Mazza Towson Junior Midfield
Jake McCulloch Cornell Junior Midfield
Nick Mellen Syracuse Redshirt-Sophomore Defense
Tehoka Nanticoke Albany Freshman Attack
Asher Nolting High Point Freshman Attack
Brent Noseworthy Michigan Junior Midfield
Isaac Paparo Massachusetts Junior Defense
Andrew Pettit Lehigh Junior Attack
Ben Randall Ohio State Senior Defense
Casey Rees Navy Senior Midfield
Ryland Rees Stony Brook Junior Defense
Ben Reeves Yale Senior Attack
Michael Rexrode Rutgers Senior Defense
Will Sands Bucknell Senior Attack
John Sexton Notre Dame Senior Long Stick Midfield
Nate Solomon Syracuse Junior Attack
Michael Sowers Princeton Sophomore Attack
Pat Spencer Loyola Junior Attack
John Surdick Army Junior Defense
David Symmes Army Senior Midfield
Jeff Teat Cornell Sophomore Attack
Ryan Tierney Hofstra Sophomore Attack
Jack Tigh Yale Junior Attack
Joel Tinney Johns Hopkins Senior Midfield
Greyson Torain Navy Junior Midfield
Kyle Tucker Salisbury Senior Defense
Mxx Tittle Sacred Heart Junior Midfield
Cade Van Raaphorst Duke Junior Defense
Ethan Walker Denver Sophomore Attack
Jack Wilson Boston University Senior Attack
Women's watch list
Name School Class Position
Sam Apuzzo Boston College Junior Attack
Dempsey Arsenault Boston College Junior Midfield
Stephanie Asher Elon Senior Attack
Ali Baiocco Stanford  Freshman Attack
Kasey Behr Virginia Senior Midfield
Zoe Belodeau Penn Freshman Attack
Julia Braig Maryland Junior Defense
Sarah Brown Colorado Senior Defense
Madison Carter Penn State Junior Attack
Jenna Collins Navy Senior Midfield
Alex Condon Penn Senior Midfield
Kailey Conroy Boston University Sophomore Attack
Olivia Conti Towson Sophomore Defense
Maddie Crutchfield Duke Senior Midfield
Riley Donahue Syracuse Senior Attack
Kristen Gaudian James Madison Senior Attack
Elizabeth George Princeton Junior Midfield
Samantha Giacolone Notre Dame Junior Goalie
Jen Giles Maryland Junior Midfield
Emily Gillingham Towson Senior Midfield
Julia Glynn Harvard Senior Midfield
Ela Hazar North Carolina Senior Attack
Haley Hicklen Florida Junior Goalie
Maggie Jackson Virginia Junior Midfield
Olivia Jenner Duke Junior Attack
Gussie Johns Southern California Senior Goalie
Katy Junior Penn Junior Defense
Kenzie Kent Boston College Senior Attack
Emily Kenul Johns Hopkins Senior Attack
Darby Kiernan Colorado Senior Attack
Kelly Larkin Navy Sophomore Attack
Selena Lasota Northwestern Junior Attack
Nicole Levy Syracuse Junior Attack
Julia Lisella Colorado Junior Goalie
Marie McCool North Carolina Senior Midfield
Tristan McGinley Virginia Tech Senior Attack
Elizabeth Miller Boston College Junior Defense
Kerrigan Miller USC Sophomore Midfield
Elizabeth Morrison TCNJ Senior Defense
Kelsey Murray Stanford Redshirt Senior Attack
Courtney Murphy Stony Brook Redshirt Senior Attack
Sheila Nesselbush Northwestern Senior Midfield
Charlotte North Duke Freshman Attack
Katie O'Donnell Penn State Senior Midfield
Kylie Ohlmiller Stony Brook Senior Attack
Taryn Ohlmiller Stony Brook Sophomore Attack
Erica Perrotta High Point Senior Midfield
Sydney Pirreca Florida Junior Midfield
Shayna Pirreca Florida Senior Attack
Hannah Powers Loyola Junior Attack
Elena Romesburg James Madison Senior Midfield
Lindsey Ronbeck Florida Junior Attack
Gabby Rosenzweig Penn Sophomore Attack
Emily Santoli Florida Southern Senior Midfield
Michele Scannell Adelphi Senior Midfield
Kyla Sears Princeton Freshman Midfield
Caroline Steele Maryland Junior Attack
Camille Sullivan Princeton Senior Midfield
Natalie Sulmonte Towson Junior  Attack
Lydia Sutton Southern California Senior Defense
Megan Taylor Maryland Junior Goalie
Rachel VanderKolk Virginia Senior Goalie
Taylor VanThof Loyola Junior Midfield
Natalie Wallon Syracuse Junior Midfield
Haley Warden James Madison Senior Midfield
Megan Whittle Maryland Senior Attack

On April 26, the field for the 2018 Tewaaraton Award will be narrowed to 25 men’s and 25 women’s nominees. Nominees can be players on the watch lists or players not on the watch lists, effectively allowing for a third round of additions. This year’s initial watch list, announced on March 1, recognized the top 50 men’s and 50 women’s candidates for the Tewaaraton Award. On March 22, 18 players were named to the first round of watch list additions.

Five men’s and five women’s finalists will be announced on May 10 and invited to The 18th annual Tewaaraton Award Ceremony in Washington, D.C., on May 31.

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