All-America teams

June 01, 1999

Division I

First team

Attack: John Grant, Delaware; Greg McCavera, Georgetown; Tucker Radebaugh, Virginia; Ryan Powell, Syracuse.

Midfield: Mark Frye, Loyola; A.J. Haugen, Johns Hopkins; Jay Jalbert, Virginia; Josh Sims, Princeton.

Defense: Ryan Curtis, Virginia; Rob Doerr, Johns Hopkins; Steve Card, Duke.

Goal: Mickey Jarboe, Navy.

Second team

Attack: Matt Cutia, Syracuse; Dan Denihan, Johns Hopkins; Tim O'Shea, Loyola.

Midfield: Nick Hartofilis, Duke; Matt O'Kelly, Johns Hopkins; Lorne Smith, Princeton; Todd Vizcarrondo, Loyola.

Defense: Marshall Abrams, Syracuse; John Harrington, Princeton; Chris Lamy, Maryland.

Goal: Brian Carcaterra, Johns Hopkins.

Third team

Attack: Jared Frood, Duke; Drew McKnight, Virginia; Chris Turner, UMBC.

Midfield: Scott Diggs, Duke; Corey Kahoun, Butler; Tim Knowles, Duke; Kevin Lavey, Delaware.

Defense: Anderson Bell, Georgetown; Tim O'Hara, Loyola; David Metz, Loyola.

Goal: Jim Brown, Loyola.

Division III

First team

Attack: Ben Hunt, Rochester Tech; Adam Pascal, Middlebury; Peter Troup, Salisbury State.

Midfield: Tom Fryatt, Middlebury; Chris Turner, Salisbury State; Dave Beaver, Denison; Lee Hemming, Gettysburg.

Defense: Brian Abbott, Gettysburg; Jed Raymond, Middlebury; Joe Tuschong, Rochester Tech.

Goal: Andrew Barter, Gettysburg.

Second team

Attack: Matthew Dugan, Washington & Lee; John Fuller, Washington College; Joe High, Salisbury State.

Midfield: Justin McCarthy, Washington College; Frank Pennimpede, Denison; Douglas Palmer, Hampden; Kevin Langdale, Rochester Tech.

Defense: Michael VanLokeren, Middlebury; Scott McGilvray, Washington College; Darren Geraci, Salisbury State.

Goal: David Campbell, Middlebury.

Third team

Attack: Brooke Farrell, Gettysburg; Marc Heagney, Rochester Tech; Richard Burroughs, Hampden.

Midfield: Dan Stroka, Ohio Wesleyan; David Paolia, Salisbury State; Pope Hackney, Washington & Lee; Eric Carlsen, Rochester Tech; Jeremy Stoehr, Washington College.

Defense: Zach Gagel, Ohio Wesleyan; Peter Iwancio, Washington & Lee; Ward Smith, Hampden; Brian Nicholas, Denison.

Goal: Jake Coon, Nazareth; Adam Platzer, Rochester Tech.

Pub Date: 6/01/99

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