Florida Alums Named MCLA D2 All-Americans!

via the MCLA press release

Five collegians have been named MCLA All-Americans in Division 2 from Florida colleges, and four of them are alums of Florida high schools.

FGCU’s William Watson was named 1st team on defense, and is a Martin County grad

FGCU’s Jayson Andino was named Honorable Mention on attack, and is a Barron Collier grad

FGCU’s Carter Ayres was also named Honorable Mention on attack, and is also a Barron Collier grad

FAU’s Gabriel Cirrillo was named Honorable Mention on defense, and is a Wellington grad

Congrats to all of you!


D-II All-America Teams Announced

ATLANTA – UNC-Charlotte graduate student Nick Ferens, who was named the MCLA Division II Player of the Year, leads the 2022 All-America selections.

Ferens, who led the 49ers to a 12-2 season and a trip to the quarterfinals of the 2022 MCLA National Championships presented by New Balance, is one of five UNC-Charlotte selections among the top three All-America teams.

Rhode Island skipper Larry Madeira was named the Flip Naumburg MCLA Coach of the Year after guiding the Rams to a 12-2 record and a spot in the championship game.

All-America selections are made my a committee featuring a representative from each of the MCLA’s nine conferences.

2022 MCLA Division II All-American Teams

First Team
A – Nick Ferens, UNC-Charlotte
A – Alex Brown, Montana State
A – Casey Davies, College of Idaho
A – Garrett Hoch, St. Thomas
M – Jacob Dahl, St. Thomas
M – Matt Friesen, Minn.-Duluth
M – Keegan Reilly, Rhode Island
M – Spencer Bishop, Utah State
SSDM – Kobe Brown, Cal State San Marcos
FOS – Nick Cappanelli, Air Force Academy
LSM – Daniel Skelton, College of Idaho
D – Ryan Donabauer, North Dakota State
D – Ryan Schildknecht, Missouri State
D – Josh Wilson, Montana State
D – William Watson, Florida Gulf Coast
G – Grant Shafer, Florida Gulf Coast

Second Team
A – Brock Arbon, Utah State
A – Owen Kehoe, Missouri State
A – Austin Ortel, UC San Diego
A – Luke Tardich, Grand Valley State
M – Matt Bess, Montana State
M – Stephen Koenigsknecht, Grand Valley State
M – Colton Daniel, Missouri State
M – Robert Bracket, UT-San Antonio
SSDM – Luke Schmidt, St. Thomas
FOS – Bryce Kelly, Claremont
LSM – Tom Nell, UC Davis
D – Bobby Filshie, Dayton
D – Carson Burrill, Montana
D – Henry Dow, UNC-Charlotte
D – Hart Swan, Utah
G – Noah Becker, UNC-Charlotte

Third Team
A – Connor Nadeau, Minn.-Duluth
A – Blake Donnelly, Missouri State
A – Cabe Maskevich, St. Thomas
A – Charlie White, Rhode Island
A – Dylan Polanski, Kennesaw State
M – Kyle Preslaski, St. Thomas
M – Nick McKenna, Bridgewater State
M – Declan McHugh, UNC-Charlotte
M – Finn Reid, UC San Diego
M – Matt Hoak, San Jose State
SSDM – Thomas Hopkins, Missouri State
FOS – Mark Altman, UNC-Charlotte
LSM – Ian Schermerhorn, Rhode Island
D – Trey Armstrong, Loyola Marymount
D – Justin Parry, Grand Valley State
D – Mick Rynerson, St. John’s
D – Michael Romans, Kennesaw State
D – Cole Schmidt, St. Thomas
G – Gunner Arens, St. Thomas
G – Mason Johnstone, UC Davis

Honorable Mention
A – Anthony Guarino, Rhode Island
A – Tyler Fialkowski, UC Irvine
A – Cooper Williams, Utah State
A – Jason Andino, Florida Gulf Coast
A – Alexander Cunningham, Cal State San Marcos
A – Ethan Johns, Grand Valley State
A – Carter Ayres, Florida Gulf Coast
A – Jason Thibeault, Cal State San Marcos
A – Connor Hudson, UNC-Charlotte
A – Aidan Wallace, Utah
M – Cameron Fagan, Coastal Carolina
M – Mitchell Bray, Wake Forest
M – Maguire Dinnan, Northern Arizona
M – Matthew Walz, UC Santa Cruz
M – Jordan Atwell, Loyola Marymount
M – Cade Rogers, Utah
SSDM – Drew Young, UNC-Charlotte
FOS – Justin Hackman, St. Thomas
FOS – Austin Fouse, Missouri State
LSM – Bryan Cole, Missouri State
LSM – Cameron Parsa, UC San Diego
LSM – John Zins, Utah
D – Alex Bruhm, Bridgewater State
D – Austin Kriss, UNC-Charlotte
D – William Peterson, Wake Forest
D – Gabriel Cirrillo, Florida Atlantic
D – Liam Mathers, UC San Diego
D – Coby Cernetic, Cal State San Marcos
G – Charlie Gamache, UMass-Dartmouth
G – Joe Schaub, Kennesaw State