Hopkins Places Five on USILA All-America Team
Complete 2017 USILA All-America Team
BALTIMORE, MD – The Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team placed five players on the 2017 USILA All-America Team it was announced today. The five All-Americans include two midfielders, two attackmen and one defensemen; four of the players also earned the honor for the second time in their career.
Junior midfielder Joel Tinney earned second team honors, while senior defenseman Nick Fields was named to the third team. In addition, junior attackman Shack Stanwick, sophomore attackman Kyle Marr and senior midfielder John Crawley were each honorable mention selections.
Tinney, who earned third team honors as a freshman in 2015, finished third on the team in points (28) and assists (9) and fourth in goals (19) this season. He totaled four game-winning goals, led the team in ground balls (40) and was also fourth in caused turnovers (8).
Fields, who bumped up to the third team after an honorable mention nod as a junior, drew the assignment of marking the opposition’s top attackman every game. The only returning starter on close defense for Johns Hopkins this season, he led the team with a career-high 19 caused turnovers and added 23 ground balls. He played in 63 games in his career – one shy of the Johns Hopkins record – and finished third in school history in caused turnovers (43).
This is the second consecutive year that Stanwick has landed on the honorable mention listing. In his third season as a starter, he led the team in goals (26), assists (21) and points (47) and added 17 ground balls and five caused turnovers. He registered at least two points in 11 of Johns Hopkins’ 15 games this season and has scored at least one point in all 48 games in his career.
After a productive freshman year that saw him post 13 goals and three assists, Marr nearly tripled his point production this season as he finished second on the team in goals (25), assists (20) and points (45). He counted three hat tricks and 11 multi-point games to his credit on the year and was Johns Hopkins’ leading point-getter in Big Ten games with 10 goals and 10 assists in five league games.
Crawley is also a repeat honorable mention selection. He started all 15 games on Hopkins’ first midfield and scored 20 goals with four assists for 24 points. His finished third on the team in goals and fourth in points, totaled at least one goal in 13 of Hopkins’ 15 games and had at least one point in 14 of the 15. He ended the season with a team-best eight-game goal-scoring streak.
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