The boys championship game of the 2013 Champion All-American Showcase at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., will be telecast live today at 7 p.m. on ESPNU.

It will be Team Pride vs. Team Liberty.

Here are rosters of the teams:

Team Liberty
1 – Luke Goldstock (A), Niskayuna, N.Y., Niskayuna HS (2013), University of North Carolina
2 – AJ Fish (A), Third Lake, Ill., Grayslake North HS (2013), University of Virginia
3 – Tyler Reily (A), North Grafton, Mass., Grafton HS (2013), Keene State University
4 – Matt Ihm (A), Naples, Fla., Barron Collier HS (2013), PG-Trinity Pawling School
5 – Anthony Marini (A), Medford, N.J., St. Joe’s Prep (PA) (2013), University of Notre Dame
6 – Alexander Paulus (A/M), Bath, Maine, Morse HS (2013), Denison University
7 – Justin Kane (M), Birmingham, Ala., Spain Park HS (2013), Furman University
9 – Nick Desisto (M), Canton, Mass., The Rivers School (2013), Loyola Univ. Maryland
10 – Sean Giampeitro (M), Garnet Valley, Pa., Salesianum (DE) (2013), Ohio State Univ.
11 – Graham Savio (M), Greenwich, Conn., Greenwich HS (2013), Loyola Univ. Maryland
12 – Andrew Dooley (M), Monroe Township, N.J., Monroe Township (2013), Monmouth Univ.
13 – Tyler Hetrick (M), Madison, Wis., Sun Prairie HS (2013), Aurora University
14 – Jack Beall (A/M), Camas, Wash., Camas HS (2013), Dominican University of California
15 – Conner Griffin (M), Nashville, Tenn., Montgomery Bell Acad. (2013), Furman Univ.
16 – Luke Posner (LSM/D), Madisonville, La., St. Paul’s HS (2014)
17 – Brandon Donnellan (D), Chester, N.Y., Warwick Valley HS (2013), Pace University
18 – Adam Monticollo (D), Medford, N.J., St. Augustine Prep (2013), Villanova University
19 – Nicco DeLorenzo (LSM/D), Kennebunk, Maine, Kennebunk (2013), Colgate Univ.
20 – Colin Cahill (D), Redding, Conn., Pomfret School (2013), Trinity College
22 – Jonathan Kaplan (G), South Glastonbury, Conn., Glastonbury (2013), Univ. of Vermont
23 – Brian Davies (G), Lynchburg, Va., E.C. Glass HS (2013), University of Richmond

Team Pride
1 – Brady O’Donnell (A), Smithfield, R.I., LaSalle Academy (2013), Bryant University
2 – AJ Lucchese (A), Sudbury, Mass., Middlesex School (2013), Brown University
3 – Cody Eckes (A), Rogers, Ark., Bentonville HS (2013), Hendrix College
4 – Harris Stolzenberg (A), Weston, Fla., Pine Crest (2013), Mass. Institute of Technology
5 – Nishan Ketchoyian (A), Binghamton, N.Y., Binghamton HS (2013), Syracuse Univ.
6 – Kyle Borbi (A/M), Medford Lakes, N.J., Shawnee HS (2014), Notre Dame University
7 – Blake Bodreau (M), Amherst, N.H., Bishop Guertin (2013), Marist College
8 – Joey Dorn (M), Weston, Fla., St. Thomas Aquinas (2013), Providence College
9 – Max King (M), Amesbury, Mass., Pomfret School (CT) (2013), Connecticut College
10 – Nick Valentino (M), Landisville, Pa., Hempfield HS (2013), Drexel University
11 – Simeon Johnson (M), Decatur, Ga., Decatur HS (2013), Guilford College
12 – Hunter Griffin (M), Columbia, S.C., AC Flora HS (2013), Clemson University
13 – John Grube (M), Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Episcopal Sc. of Jacksonville (2013), Colorado
14 – Tim Truesdell (M), New York City, N.Y., Trinity School (2014)
15 – Alec Dambach (M), Howell, N.J., Howell HS (2013), Chestnut Hill College
16 – Nathan Gorman (D), Sewell, N.J., St. Augustine Prep (2013), Loyola Univ. Maryland
17 – Lito Flanagan (LSM/D), San Antonio, Texas, Alamo Heights HS (2014)
18 – Charles Cowan (D), Wilmington, Del., Salesianum (2013), Colgate University
19 – Jake Kiernan (D), Huntington, N.Y., Saint Dominic HS (2013), Drexel University
20 – JJ Ntshaykolo (D), San Francisco, Calif., Thatcher School (2013), Brown University
21 – James Hall (D), Centennial, Colo., Arapahoe (2013), Rochester Institute of Tech.
22 – Jarrin Wallace (G), Boise, Idaho, Centennial HS (2013), Brigham Young University
23 – Brian Balkam (G), St. James, N.Y., Smithtown East (2013), Univ. of North Carolina

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2 Responses to “Today on TV: Champion All-American Showcase title game on ESPNU”

  1. Laxit says:

    Interesting game. The announcers are pretty bad though. Some hack from Baltimore doing play by play just said Brian Balkam is pitching a shutout at halftime. Ummm. His team is down 5-0. Huh?

  2. where says:

    where was Goldstock?

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