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2013 Boys All-Americans, MVPs, All-State & Other Awards

Utah Lacrosse AssociationThe ULA has announced the 2013 Boys D-I and D-II MVPs, Coaches of the Year, All-State, All-Conference and other awards. The 2013 All-Americans are Luke Graney (Juan Diego), Jake Stout (Lone Peak), Luke Fairman (Brighton) and Chandler Westcott (Bountiful). Academic All-Americans are Tommy Maddox (Juan Diego) and Justin Glaittli (Mountain Crest). Head Coaches of the Year go to Phil Dunn (D-I, Spanish Fork) and Neil Blaney (D-II, Highland). Assistant Coaches of the Year go to Ben Adams (D-I, Bingham) and Tristan Newkirk (D-II, Syracuse). The Blake Strebel award goes to Taylon Neiderhauser (Mountain Crest) and the Person of the Year is Tim Haslam (Editor In Chief, Utah Lacrosse News).

MVPs

D-I
Luke Graney – Juan Diego – Attack
Jake Stout – Lone Peak – Midfield
Garrett Michaeli – Alta – Defense
Quinton Mathie – Brighton – Goalie
Zach Burbidge – Pleasant Grove – Defensive Specialist
Jace Thomas – Bountiful – Face-off Specialist
D-II
Chantz Roberts – Herriman – Attack
Taylon Niederhauser – Mountain Crest – Midfield
Tanner Duryea – Sky View – Defense
Wyatt Katsos – Herriman – Goalie
Carson Pilot – Fremont – Defensive Specialist
Connor Meyer – Syracuse – Face-off Specialist


Boys D-I

All-State First Team
Attack
Luke Graney – Juan Diego – Senior
Jarom Plewe – Spanish Fork – Senior
Bubba Fairman – Brighton – Freshman
Chandler Wescott – Bountiful – Sophmore
Midfield
Luke Fairman – Brighton – Junior
Nick Grogg – Juan Diego – Senior
Chad Madsen – Pleasant Grove – Senior
Jake Stout – Lone Peak – Senior
Defense
Garrett Michaeli – Alta – Sophomore
Preston Thatcher – Lone Peak – Junior
Carter Mannix – Juan Diego – Junior
Alex Dooley – Riverton – Junior
Goalie
Quinton Mathie – Brighton – Sophmore
Defensive Specialist
Zach Burbidge – Pleasant Grove – Sophmore
Face-off Specialist
Jace Thomas – Bountiful – Junior
All-State Second Team
Attack
Aaron Fjeldsted – Lone Peak – Senior
Tommy Maddox – Juan Diego – Senior
Grant Pierce – Judge – Junior
Dillon Yocom – Davis – Senior
Midfield
Chase Oviatt – Alta – Junior
Christian Pompoco – Park City – Junior
Gabe Rechsteiner – Judge – Junior
Tanner Sheide – Lone Peak – Junior
Defense
Brody Bolerjack – Brighton – Junior
Jared Kotter – Spanish Fork – Junior
Jess Parry – Bountiful – Senior
Braden Pelly – Judge – Sophmore
Goalie
Riley Rose – Juan Diego – Senior
Defensive Specialist
Garrett Bullett – Alta – Sophomore
Face-off Specialist
Logan Lund – Brighton – Junior

Boys D-II

All-State First Team
Attack
Chantz Roberts – Herriman – Sophmore
Bryant Cannell – Sky View – Junior
Ian Hullinger – Lehi – Junior
Matt West – Waterford – Junior
Midfield
Taylon Niederhauser – Mountain Crest – Senior
Ian Kadish – Skyline – Junior
Ben Richard – Herriman – Junior
Jordan Stark – Syracuse – Junior
Defense
Tanner Duryea – Sky View – Junior
Brandon Boren – East – Senior
Benjamin Marsh – Fremont – Senior
Jacob Silva – Waterford – Senior
Goalie
Wyatt Katsos – Herriman – Senior
Defensive Specialist
Carson Pilot – Fremont – Junior
Face-off Specialist
Connor Meyer – Syracuse – Junior
All-State Second Team
Attack
Danny Bell – Northridge – Senior
Trevor Ingram – Fremont – Senior
Dillon Meyer – Herriman – Senior
Troy Netzley – Mountain Crest – Senior
Midfield
Andrew Harmon – West Jordan – Senior
Connor Meyer – Syracuse – Junior
Luke Pyper – Waterford – Junior
Zach Winter – Northridge – Senior
Defense
Isrealsen Jordan – Sky View – Junior
Hunter Reynolds – Skyline – Senior
Jacoby Wildman – Logan – Senior
Nicholas Williams – Herriman – Junior
Goalie
Jacoby Beyeler – Fremont – Senior
Defensive Specialist
Michael Anderson – East – Junior
Face-off Specialist
Ben Richard – Herriman – Junior

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3 comments
  1. How does Jace Thomas make All-American last year and not make it again this year? All he did is increase his face-off wins to over 82% and increase his goal scoring to 21 goals, and, oh yea, sign with DI Air Force. My understanding is that the kids selected as All-Americans are the kids most likely to represent the state by playing at the next level. No doubt that Luke, Jake, Luke, and Chandler are great kids…but have any of them signed to play for an NCAA DI program? Either the criteria changed or there was some serious politicking going on. Either way, I just do not get it.

  2. Absolute amazement that Chad Madsen is not All American and Luke Fairman is. Luke had a great season but still look at the numbers. Chad’s are significantly better in every category. Chad is the number 2 midfielder under Jake Stout. Luke is the number 7 midfielder. Goals: Luke 23 Chad 43, Assists: Luke 26 Chad 32, Points per game: Luke 3.50 Chad 5.00, Ground Balls; Luke 29 Chad 77. Total points; Luke 49 Chad 75. Looks like politics to me.

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