3d Lacrosse Alumni Well Represented in Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook 2020

3d Lacrosse Alumni Well Represented in Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook 2020

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BALTIMORE—Numerous 3d Lacrosse alumni are recognized in the 2020 edition of Inside Lacrosse’s Face-Off Yearbook.

3d Lacrosse, the nation’s leading provider of lacrosse training and development services, this week celebrates a list of preseason All-American nods for alumni competing at the NCAA Division I and Division III level, in addition to many preseason conference honors, watchlist mentions and other accolades.

Face-Off Yearbook, an annual publication of Baltimore-based Inside Lacrosse, is a preseason booklet compiled with rosters, stats, preseason conference honoree lists, media preseason All-Americans, positional unit breakdowns and more. First published in 1994, Face-Off Yearbook 2020 represents the 27th edition of the preview magazine.

Among the 3d honorees , 3d Oregon alum and current University of Pennsylvania sophomore midfielder San Handley was named a preseason first-team All-American following his first-team campaign as a freshman in 2019.

At the Division III level, former 3d Colorado alum and current Salisbury University attackman Josh Melton was named a preseason First-Team selection, as was 3d New England alum and current Amherst College defender Tamer Sullivan.

Wesleyan goalie Otto Bohan (3d Tri-State, 3d New England) was named a Second-Team preseason choice, while Wesleyan attackman Ronan Jacoby (3d Tri-State, 3d NE South) and Gettysburg defenseman Andrew Horn (3d New England) was named to the Third Team.

Division III honorable mentions went to Bowdoin College LSM Henry Savage (3d New England) and St. Lawrence University goalie Alex Terry (3d New England).

“It’s gratifying to all of the coaches who work with us and have worked with us over the years through 3d Select, 3d camps, showcases and all our other offerings,” said Matt Rowley, 3d Lacrosse’s EVP of Business Development and a 3d Select coach with the company since its inception.

Launched in 2009 with its original 3d Select program in Colorado, 3d Lacrosse’s premiere training and development offering has grown to comprise teams across 15 different regions from coast to coast. 3d Select trains more than 1,500 student-athletes each year and, to date, has helped more than 850 move on to play college lacrosse.

“To see so many of our players, from regions all over the country, called out with preseason honors and accolades speaks to the hard work of not just all of the coaches, but of these players. It highlights the fact they continue to love the game and get better at it at the next level. Now we’ll root for them throughout the season as they try to live up to the challenge ahead for their respective teams.”

Face-Off Yearbook 2020 is available online for purchase via insidelacrosse.com, where you can also read content from the publication leading up to the start of the college season.

To learn more about 3d Lacrosse and its Select program, visit 3dlacrosse.com/select.

About 3d Lacrosse

3d Lacrosse is the nation’s fastest-growing lacrosse services company, offering innovative training, premier events, select travel teams, showcases and leagues for boys and girls ages six through 18 at all levels of organized competition. Founded in 2009, the Company trains more than 35,000 athletes annually using its proprietary Box-Field Hybrid™ Development System that combines the tight stick-handling and ball control of box lacrosse with the team-based field strategies used in Division I college programs. In addition to lacrosse-specific training, professional coaches help players develop lifelong skills, including dedication, teamwork and critical thinking under pressure. Based in Denver, 3d Lacrosse also has offices in Annapolis, Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Hartford, Houston, New York, Portland, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco, Tampa and Westfield, N.J. Learn more at 3dLacrosse.com.

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