Baltimore, Md. – Under Armour, in conjunction with Corrigan Sports Enterprises and Inside Lacrosse, announced the second wave of 11 boys selected to compete in the 12th-annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Games.
The game’s participants, which will be announced in four waves of 11 players through the end of May. The teams are divided into North and South teams in conjunction with the release of the final wave.
See stories on last year’s All-American games, including photo galleries from the Underclassmen and All-American games.
|Past Under Armour All-Americans|
2017 Under Armour Boys’ Lacrosse All-Americans
|First Name||Last Name||Position||High School||College|
|James||Avanzato||Attack/ Midfield||Sachem North (N.Y.)||Maryland|
|Cam||Badour||Midfield||IMG Academy (Fla.)||Duke|
|Colby||Barker||Midfield||Pittsford (N.Y.)||Ohio State|
|Carson||Cochran||Defense||Brother Rice (Mich.)||Notre Dame|
|Arden||Cohen||Defense||Darien (Conn.)||Notre Dame|
|Riley||Curtis||Attack/ Midfield||Hill Academy (Ont.)||Denver|
|Connor||DeSimone||Midfield||Smithtown East (N.Y.)||Johns Hopkins|
|Mike||Drake||Midfield||Salesianum (Del.)||Notre Dame|
|Bryn||Evans||Midfield||St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.)||Harvard|
|Bubba||Fairman||Attack||Deerfield (Mass.)/Brighton (Utah)||Maryland|
|Chris||Fake||Defense||Hun School (N.J.)||Yale|
|Chris||Gray||Attack||Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.)||Boston University|
|Colin||Hinton||Defense||St. John’s College (D.C.)||Maryland|
|Justin||Inacio||Faceoff||Hill Academy (Ont.)||Ohio State|
|Ryan||Lanchbury||Attack||Avon Old Farms (Conn.)||Richmond|
|Matt||Licciardi||Midfield||Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.)||Cornell|
|Nakeie||Montgomery||Midfield||Episcopal Dallas (Texas)||Duke|
|Matt||Moore||Midfield||Garnet Valley (Pa.)||Virginia|
|Connor||Morin||Attack||Morristown-Beard (N.J.)||Notre Dame|
|Drew||Morris||Goalie||New Canaan (Conn.)||Maryland|
|Colin||Munro||Attack||Mountain Vista (Colo.)||North Carolina|
|Tehoka||Nanticoke||Attack||IMG Academy (Fla.)||Albany|
|Ryan||O’Connell||Midfield||New Canaan (Conn.)||North Carolina|
|Hall||Peters||Defense||St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.)||Virginia|
|Jackson||Reid||Midfield||Culver Academy (Ind.)||Ohio State|
|Jared||Reinson||Defense||Montgomery (N.J.)||Johns Hopkins|
|Alex||Rode||Goalie||St. Paul’s (Md.)||Virginia|
|Matthew||Schmidt||Goalie||Culver Academy (Ind.)||Notre Dame|
|Owen||Seebold||Attack||Highland Park (Texas)||Syracuse|
|Raines||Shamburger||Defense||Avon Old Farms (Conn.)||Duke|
|Alex||Trippi||Attack||Bullis (Md.)||North Carolina|
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