Ryan McEvily, ’19 Named US Lacrosse All-Academic; Players Earn GRALL Recognition

The Head Coaches of Section Five recently considered players who had been nominated for All-American and All-Academic awards. The awards, sponsored by US Lacrosse, identify some of the best players from each area around the country. Each of the Head Coaches in the section is allowed to vote on each of the awards.

For the All-Academic award, an emphasis has been placed on the academic qualification of the nominees, but players were required to make first or second team if they were in a league. Where, in the past, nominees for this award were first considered for their skill on this field, this year, although skill was considered important, nominees did not need to be “All-American” quality players. Academically, nominees needed to have an average GPA of 3.7 (93%). There were six awards available in Section Five…one was earned by senior Ryan McEvily.  Congratulations!  Click here for all the winners.

Several McQuaid Jesuit players also received recognition through GRALL, the Greater Rochester Area Lacrosse League.  Ryan McEvily, ’19 was named Player of the Year, while Coach Terry Corcoran was named Coach of the Year.  Other honorees included:

Max Ettinghausen, ’21 – 1st Team Attack
Gavin Carey, ’20 – 1st Team Defense
Jack Miller, ’21 – 1st Team Face Off
Connor Winters, ’21 – 1st Team Goalie
Alex Klimowski, ’20 and Ryan McEvily, ’19 – 1st Team Midfield
Ryan Martin, ’20 – Honorable Mention Defense
Angus Chase, ’19 – Honorable Mention Midfield

Click here for more on the GRALL League Awards.