We’ve been bringing you the news of postseason awards the last month or so as those selections have been made.

Now, here’s a quick look back at players named to the United States Lacrosse All-America teams from the nation’s No. 1 hotbed, the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region.

Here’s the rundown:


Case Matheis, A, Darien High School (2012)
Mike Francia, A, Wilton High School (2011), Villanova University
Eric Parnon, D, Darien High School (2011), University of Maryland
Andrew Buckanavage, M, Ridgefield High School (2011), University of Vermont
Kip Orban, M, Staples High School (2011), Princeton University
Sam Somers, G, Wilton High School (2011), United States Military Academy West Point
Joe Costigan, M, New Canaan High School (2011), University of North Carolina
Matt Shannon, D, Ridgefield High School (2011), University of North Carolina
Graham Maybell, M, Darien High School (2011), Villanova University
Ryan Mallon, M, New Fairfield High School (2011), Siena College
David Dickson, M, Greenwich High School (2011), Bucknell University
Patrick Holland, D, Wilton High School (2011), Roger Williams University
Parker Burr, G, Simsbury High School (2011), University of Massachusetts-Amherst
J. P. Walsh, M, Darien High School (2011), Lehigh University
Torrey Martone, D, Cheshire High School (2011), University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Hudson Valley/Long Island

Hudson Valley

Jack Near, M, Bronxville (2011), University of Notre Dame
Charlie McCormick, M, Bronxville (2011), Georgetown University
Jake Weil, M, John Jay (2011), Dartmouth College
Robert Caffrey, A, Lakeland/Panas (2011), Providence College
Conor Prunty, M, Lakeland/Panas (2011), Siena College
T.J. Foley, M, Mahopac (2011), Drexel University
Eddie Schurr, D, Somers (2011), Johns Hopkins University
Justin Mabus, M, Yorktown (2011), Towson University
Tyler Schuldt, M, Yorktown (2011), University of Hartford

Nassau County

Brian Fischer, D, Garden City (2011), Harvard University
Stephen Jahaleka, D, Garden City (2011), Harvard University
Sal Tuttle, A, Farmingdale (2011), Hofstra University
Bobby Duvnjak, D, Manhasset (2012), Harvard University
Rob Enright, D, Massapequa (2011), Johns Hopkins University
Joe Leonard, A, Hicksville (2011), St. John’s
Frank Morelli, G, Manhasset (2011), Bucknell
Joe Ostrander, D, Farmingdale (2011), Towson University
Jake Gambitsky, G, Wantagh (2011), Harvard University
Chris Moriarty, M, Cold Spring Harbor (2011), University of Pennsylvania

Suffolk County

Kyle Keenan, A, Smithtown West (2011), Duke University
Zach Oliveri, G, Connetquot (2011) , UMass
Matt Scalera, D, Comsewogue (2011) , University at Albany
Tim Rotanz, A, Shoreham Wading River (2013)
James Pannell, A, Smithtown West (2012), University of Virginia
Brandon Gamblin, M, Sachem North (2011), UMass
Connor Duddy, M, Comsewogue (2011), Stony Brook University
Mike Pellegrino, D, Connetquot (2011), Johns Hopkins University
Sean Cleary, M, Ward Melville (2011), UMass

Finally, many media outlets in the area have released or are releasing their postseason awards and all-stars teams. Feel free to post the links to any that you come across and are interested in.

In the meantime, here’s a rundown of MSG Varsity’s regional all-star teams:

* MSG Varsity Connecticut all-stars

* MSG Varsity Westchester/Hudson Valley all-stars

* MSG Varsity Long Island all-stars

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