Twelve Added to Tewaaraton Watch Lists in First Update
from Press Release
|Notre Dame face-off specialist Liam O'Connor was one of the first round of additions to the Tewaaraton watch lists. (Dirk Dewachter)|
WASHINGTON, March 20 – The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the first round of additions to the 2014 Tewaaraton Award Men's and Women's Watch Lists, presented by Panama Jack. The lists include the top players across all three divisions of NCAA lacrosse and highlight the early contenders for the Tewaaraton Award.
"These players have been recognized for their outstanding play during the 2014 season, said Jeff Harvey, Chairman of The Tewaaraton Foundation. "They have the attention of the top coaches and are added to the mix of those that will be considered for the game's top Award."
The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. The selection committees are comprised of premier collegiate coaches and are appointed annually by the Tewaaraton Foundation.
Women's First Round Additions
Hannah Farr, Stanford - Jr., M
Megan Douty, Maryland - Jr., D
Men's First Round Additions
Ryan Brown, Johns Hopkins - Soph., A
Devin Dwyer, Harvard - Soph., A
Corey Elmer, Cabrini - Sr., A
Dan Lomas, High Point - Soph., A
Zach Miller, Denver - Fr., A
Liam O'Connor, Notre Dame - Sr., M/FO
Conrad Oberbeck, Yale - Jr., A
Nikko Pontrello, Loyola - Jr., A
Gunnar Waldt, Bryant - Soph., Goalie
Ryan Walsh, Colgate - Jr., A
Players not named to the list in this first round still have two opportunities to play their way into a spot as the season progresses. A second round of additions will be announced on April 10. On April 24, the field will be narrowed to 25 men's and 25 women's nominees. Nominees can be players on the watch lists or players not on the watch lists, effectively allowing for a third round of additions for players who earn a spot. Five men's and five women's finalists will be announced on May 8 and will be invited to the May 29 ceremony in Washington.
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