TEWAARATON AWARD MEN’S AND WOMEN’S WATCH LISTS PRESENTED BY PANAMA JACK 

 

NEW YORK, February 27 – The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced 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 2014 Tewaaraton Award.

Among 2014 watch list returnees are three former finalists. On the men’s side, 2013 finalists Tom Schreiber (Princeton) and Lyle Thompson (Albany) return to the watch list this year. Senior Alyssa Murray (Syracuse) returns on the women’s side. 

“This is meaningful acknowledgement by the coaches of the Top 100 players in the college game today. As the season unfolds, we are excited to track the progress of these players and those players who inevitably emerge and are added to this list,” said Jeff Harvey, chairman of the Tewaaraton Foundation. “We look forward to the season ahead and in greeting the 10 who ultimately emerge as the 2014 Tewaaraton Award finalists.”

The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top male and top female college lacrosse player in the United States. The selection committees are made up of top collegiate coaches and are appointed annually by the Tewaaraton Foundation. 

Players not named to the initial list have several opportunities to play their way into a spot as the season progresses. Additions will be announced on March 20 and 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.

Women’s Watch List

Bridget Bianco, Northwestern - Jr., G

Casey Bocklet, Virginia - Jr., A

Nikki Boltja, Louisville - Sr., A

Frankie Caridi, Stony Brook - Sr., G

Jackie Cifarelli, Ohio State - Jr., A

Devan Crimi, Adelphi - Sr., A

Taylor Cummings, Maryland - Soph., M

Taylor D'Amore, Johns Hopkins - Sr., A

Lucy Dikeou, Stanford - Soph., M

Kelsea Donnelly, Towson - Jr., G

Kelsey Duryea, Duke - Soph., G

Lucy Ferguson, Penn - Jr., G

Katie Ferris, UMass - Sr., A

Kelyn Freedman, Georgetown - Sr., M

Abbey Friend, North Carolina - Sr., A

Loren Generi, Navy - Jr., A

Erica Geremia, Cortland - Soph., A

Shannon Gilroy, Florida - Jr., A

Kristen Giovanniello, Dartmouth - Sr., G

Brooke Griffin, Maryland - Jr., A

Hannah Hook, Denver - Sr., G

April Iannetta, Hofstra - Jr., D

Lauren Kahn, UConn - Sr., M

Kelly Lechner, Penn State - Jr., M

Alyssa Leonard, Northwestern - Sr., A

Meg Markham, Penn - Jr., D

Kerrin Maurer, Duke - Jr., A

Maggie McCormick, Penn State - Jr., A

Erin McMunn, Princeton - Jr., A

Kelly McPartland, Maryland - Jr., M

Aly Messinger, North Carolina - Soph., A

Kaylin Morissette, Louisville - Soph., M

Alyssa Murray, Syracuse - Sr., A

Rachel Ozer, Stanford - Jr., A

Jessica Pandolf, Loch Haven - Jr., M

Marlee Paton, Loyola - Sr., A/M

Jill Remenapp, Denver - Jr., A

Mikaela Rix, Boston College - Jr., M

Michelle Rubino, Stony Brook - Jr., M

Sloane Serpe, North Carolina - Sr., D

Jaclyn Sileo, LIU Post - Sr., A

Covie Stanwick, Boston College - Jr., A

Morgan Stephens, Virginia - Jr., M

Barb Sullivan, Notre Dame - Jr., D

Courtney Swan, Virginia - Jr., A

Caroline Tarzian, Georgetown - Jr., A

Kayla Treanor, Syracuse - Soph., A

Taryn VanThof, Loyola - Jr., M

Taylor Virden, Duke - Sr., D

Katie Webster, Syracuse - Sr., M

Ashton Wheatley, Salisbury - Sr., G

Men’s Watch List

Niko Amato, Maryland - Sr., G

Wesley Berg, Denver - Jr., A

Connor Buczek, Cornell - Jr., M

Brian Cannon, Dickinson - Sr., A

Mike Chanenchuk, Maryland - Sr., M

Mark Cockerton, Virginia - Sr., A

Thomas DeNapoli, Towson - Sr., A

David Dickson, Bucknell - Jr., A

Dylan Donahue, Syracuse - Soph., A

Matt Donovan, Cornell - Jr., A

Michael Ehrhardt, Maryland - Sr., D

Rob Emery, Virginia - Sr., M

Brian Feeney, Penn - Sr., G

Joe Fletcher, Loyola - Sr., D

Brendan Fowler, Duke - Sr., F/O

John Glesener, Army - Jr., A

Matt Harris, Syracuse - Sr., LSM

Austin Kaut, Penn State - Sr., G

Matt Kavanagh, Notre Dame - Soph., A

Jesse King, Ohio State - Jr., M

Chris LaPierre, Virginia - Sr., M

Dylan Levings, Yale - Sr., F/O

Nate Lewnes, UMBC - Soph., A

Sam Llinares, Hofstra - Soph., A

John LoCascio, Villanova - Sr., LSM/D

Zack Losco, Penn - Sr., M

Alex Love, Hobart - Sr., A

Mike MacDonald, Princeton - Jr., A

Brandon Mangan, Yale - Sr., A

Kevin Massa, Bryant - Jr., F/O

Kieran McArdle, St. John's - Sr., A

Ben McIntosh, Drexel - Sr., M

Scott McWilliams, Virginia - Sr., D

Jeremy Noble, Denver - Sr., M

Stephen O'Hara, Notre Dame - Sr., D

Matt Poillon, Lehigh - Jr., G

Kevin Rice, Syracuse - Jr., A

Joey Sankey, North Carolina - Jr., A

Bobby Schmitt, Bellarmine - Jr., LSM/D

Tom Schreiber, Princeton - Sr., M

Joe Slavik, Cortland - Sr., M

Ty Souders, Lehigh - Sr., D

Randy Staats, Syracuse - Jr., A/M

Wells Stanwick, Hopkins - Jr., A

Shane Sturgis, Penn State - Sr., A

Lyle Thompson, Albany - Jr., A

Miles Thompson, Albany - Sr., A

Ty Thompson, Albany - Sr., A

Chad Tutton, North Carolina - Jr., M

Andrew Wagner, Mercyhurst - Sr., D

Justin Ward, Loyola - Sr., A

Jordan Wolf, Duke - Sr., A

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

Women’s Second Round Additions

Sarah Mannelly, Boston College - Soph., M

Kasey  Mock, Syracuse - Sr., D

Allie Phelan, Albany - Sr., M

Margaret Smith, Notre Dame - Sr., M/D

Taylor Trimble, Duke - Jr., M

Men’s Second Round Additions

Tim Edwards, Canisius - Jr., M

Richie Hurley, Siena - Jr., A

Tucker Nelson, Binghamton - Jr., A

Tristan Sperry, Fairfield - Jr., A

For information on attending the Tewaaraton Ceremony on May 29 in Washington, D.C., visit www.Tewaaraton.com. Like and follow the Tewaaraton Foundation on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Tewaaraton and on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/Tewaaraton.

About the Tewaaraton Foundation

First presented in 2001, the Tewaaraton Award is recognized as the preeminent lacrosse award, annually honoring the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. Endorsed by the Mohawk Nation Council of Elders and US Lacrosse, the Tewaaraton Award symbolizes lacrosse’s centuries-old roots in Native American heritage. The Tewaaraton Foundation ensures the integrity and advances the mission of this award. Each year, the Tewaaraton Award celebrates one of the six tribal nations of the Iroquois Confederacy – the Mohawk, Cayuga, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca and Tuscarora – and presents two scholarships to students of Native American descent. To learn more about the Tewaaraton Foundation, please visit www.tewaaraton.com

About Panama Jack

Panama Jack is an international company that has built a powerful brand and loyal following with product offerings synonymous with a carefree lifestyle. Its offerings include suncare products, eyewear, apparel, headwear, footwear and beach accessories. The brand is continuing to expand its presence through product launches that bring its relaxed lifestyle into people’s daily lives. Introduced in 2010 and 2011, Panama Jack Beach Cruisers and the Panama Jack Home and Outdoor Collections provide consumers with even more freedom to enjoy what’s most meaningful to them and their families. In addition, 2011 marked the opening of the first of several Panama Jack retail stores at top travel destinations. Founded in 1974 and based in Orlando, Fla., Panama Jack is celebrating 40 years in 2014 with the opening of a new Home Showroom in High Point, N.C., and additional launches in multiple product categories. To learn more, please visit www.panamajack.com

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WASHINGTON, February 22, 2013 – The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the 2013 Tewaaraton Award men’s and women’s watch lists. The lists include the top players across all three divisions of NCAA lacrosse and highlight the early contenders for the 2013 Tewaaraton Award.

Among 2013 watch lists returnees are reigning Tewaaraton Award winners Peter Baum (Colgate) and Katie Schwarzmann (Maryland), as well six former finalists. On the men’s side, 2012 finalists Will Manny (Massachusetts) and Mike Sawyer (Loyola) are joined by 2011 finalist Rob Pannell (Cornell). Three 2012 women’s finalists Brittany Dashiell (Florida), Taylor Thornton (Northwestern) and Michelle Tumolo (Syracuse) all return to the watch list this year.

“The national reach of quality players is evident in this list, with players from all regions of the country, along with a strong group of eight former winners and finalists,” said Jeff Harvey, chairman of The Tewaaraton Foundation. “As the season unfolds, we are excited for another deserving group of Tewaaraton Award candidates to emerge.”

Each year, the Tewaaraton Award celebrates one of the six tribal nations of the Iroquois Confederacy – the Mohawk, Cayuga, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca and Tuscarora. 2013 is The Year of the Mohawk and the men’s watch list includes a member of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation in Ty Thompson and two members of the Onondaga Nation in his cousins Lyle and Miles Thompson. All three play for Albany and accounted for 10 of the team's 16 goals in their season opener double overtime victory.

The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top male and top female college lacrosse player in the United States. The selection committees are made up of top collegiate coaches and are appointed annually by The Tewaaraton Foundation. Committees will make additions to these lists as the season progresses and athletes earn a spot along side these elite players. Both lists will be narrowed to 25 men’s and women’s nominees in late April. In mid-May, five men’s and five women’s finalists will be announced. These finalists will be invited to Washington, D.C. for the 13th annual Tewaaraton Award Ceremony, May 30 at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian.

2013 Tewaaraton Award women’s watch list

Casey Ancarrow, James Madison - Sr., A

Alex Aust, Maryland - Sr., A

Courtney Bennett, Dartmouth - Sr., D

Becca Block, Syracuse - Sr., D

Casey Bocklet, Virginia - Soph., A*

Katie Bollhorst, Salisbury - Sr., A

Nikki Boltja, Louisville – Jr., M*

Kara Cannizzaro, North Carolina - Sr., M

Tatum Coffey, Penn State - Soph., M

Demmianne Cook, Stony Brook - Sr., M

Kitty Cullen, Florida - Sr., A

Taylor D'Amore, Johns Hopkins - Jr., A

Brittany Dashiell, Florida - Sr., M

Alexa Demski, Towson - Sr., D

Jasmine DePompeo, Navy - Sr., A

Maria Di Fato, Cortland - Sr., M

Tori Dugan, West Chester - Sr., A

Megan Dunleavy, Virginia - Sr., D

Danielle Etrasco, Boston University - Sr., A

Sam Farrell, Florida - Sr., D

Katie Ferris, Massachusetts - Jr., A

Caitlin Fifield, Richmond - Sr., A

Erin Fitzgerald, Northwestern - Sr., A

Emily Garrity, North Carolina - Sr., M

Shannon Gilroy, Florida - Soph., M*

Kristin Giovanniello, Dartmouth - Jr., GK

Ellen Halle, Middlebury – Sr., A*

Kacie Johnson, Columbia – Sr., A*

Anna Kim, Stanford - Jr., M

Kim Kolarik, Virginia - Sr., GK

Tayler Kuzma, Ohio State - Jr., D

Alyssa Leonard, Northwestern - Jr., M

Megan Leonhard, Trinity - Sr., M

Lauren Maksym, North Carolina - Sr., GK

Kerrin Maurer, Duke – Soph., A*

Maggie McCormick, Penn State – Soph., A*

Erin McMunn, Princeton – Soph., A*

Kelly McPartland, Maryland - Soph., M

Mikey Meagher, Florida - Sr., GK

Maddy Morrissey, Duke - Jr., M

Lyndsey Munoz, Stanford - Jr., GK

Alyssa Murray, Syracuse - Jr., A

Rachel Ozer, Stanford – Jr., A*

Ariana Parker, Albany - Jr., M

Marlee Paton, Loyola - Jr., M

Claire Petersen, Stony Brook - Sr., A

Maddie Poplawski, Penn - Sr., M

Jill Remenapp, Denver – Soph., A*

Mikaela Rix, Boston College – Soph., M*

Caroline Salisbury, Cornell - Sr., A

Iliana Sanza, Maryland - Sr., D

Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland - Sr., M

Jaclyn Sileo, LIU-Post - Jr., A

Margaret Smith, Notre Dame - Jr., M

Covie Stanwick, Boston College - Soph., A

Barbara Sullivan, Notre Dame - Soph., D

Megan Takacs, Cal - Sr., A

Caroline Tarzian, Georgetown - Soph., A*

Sophia Thomas, Georgetown - Sr., M

Taylor Thornton, Northwestern - Sr., M

Michelle Tumolo, Syracuse - Sr., A

Taylor Virden, Duke - Jr., D

* Denotes addition to original watch list

2013 Tewaaraton Award men’s watch list

Shayne Adams, Detroit Mercy - Jr., A

Niko Amato, Maryland - Jr., G

John Antoniades, Hofstra - Sr., FO/M

Peter Baum, Colgate - Sr., A

Jesse Bernhardt, Maryland - Sr., LSM

Jimmy Bitter, North Carolina - Soph., A

Chase Carraro, Denver - Sr., M

Brian Casey, Georgetown - Sr., A/M

Robert Church, Drexel - Sr., A

Ryan Clarke, Salisbury - Sr., M

Thomas DeNapoli, Towson - Jr., A/M

David DiMaria, Lehigh - Sr., A

Josh Dionne, Duke - Jr., A

Colin Dunster, Bryant - Jr., M

Tucker Durkin, Johns Hopkins - Sr., D

Tim Edwards, Canisius - Soph., M

Daniel Eipp, Harvard - Jr., A

Rob Emery, Virginia - Jr., M

Connor English, Cornell - Sr., M

Dante Fantoni, Lehigh - Sr., A

Brian Feeney, Pennsylvania - Jr., G

Kyle Feeney, Bucknell - Sr., G

Roger Ferguson, Brown - Sr., LSM/D

Joe Fletcher, Loyola - Jr., D

Jeff Froccaro, Princeton - Sr., M*

Cameron Flint, Denver - Sr., M

John Glesener, Army - Soph., A/M

Max Hart, Villanova - Sr., M

John Haus, Maryland - Sr., M

Jake Hayes, Robert Morris - Sr., A

Marcus Holman, North Carolina - Sr., A

Mike Huffner, Bucknell - Sr., D

Tucker Hull, Navy - Jr., A

Marshall Johnson, Fairfield - Sr., M

Peter Johnson, Yale - Sr., D

Scott Jones, UMBC - Sr., A

Austin Kaut, Penn State - Jr., G

Matt Kavanagh, Notre Dame - Fr., A*

RG Keenan, North Carolina - Jr., FO

John Kemp, Notre Dame - Sr., G

James Kennedy, Holy Cross - Sr., A

Hayden Kirk, Pfeiffer - Jr., G

Chris LaPierre, Virginia - Sr., M

Joe Lisicky, Lynchburg - Sr., D

Riley Loewen, Limestone - Sr., A

Jeff Lowman, St. John's – Sr., G*

Zack Losco, Pennsylvania - Jr., M

Alex Love, Hobart - Jr., A

Corey Lunney, Merrimack - Sr., M

Derek Maltz, Syracuse - Jr., A

Brandon Mangan, Yale - Jr., A

Will Manny, Massachusetts - Sr., A

JoJo Marasco, Syracuse - Sr., M

Jim Marlatt, Notre Dame - Jr., M

Danny Martinsen, Siena - Sr., A

Kieran McArdle, St. John's - Jr., A

Michael McCormack, Yale - Sr., D

Sean McMahon, Manhattan - Jr., LSM

Scott McWilliams, Virginia - Jr., D

Brian Megill, Syracuse - Sr., D

Steve Mock, Cornell - Sr., A

Dave Morton, Robert Morris - Sr., A

Jeremy Noble, Denver - Jr., M

Sam Ozycz, Endicott - G-Sr., FO/M

Brandon Palladino, Dickinson - Sr., LSM

Rob Pannell, Cornell - Sr., A

Tyler Perrelle, Binghamton - Sr., M

Drew Philie, Vermont - Sr., A

Matt Poillon, Lehigh - Soph., G

Mason Poli, Bryant - Sr., LSM

Scott Ratliff, Loyola - Sr., LSM

Tor Reinholdt, Limestone - Sr., M

Connor Rice, Marist - Sr., A

Jack Rice, Villanova - Sr., A

Sean Rogers, Notre Dame - Sr., A

Anthony Santomo, Penn – Sr., D*

Mike Sawyer, Loyola - Sr., A

Andrew Scalley, Mt. St. Mary's - Jr., A*

Brian Scheetz, Mercyhurst - Sr., A

Tom Schreiber, Princeton - Jr., M

Logan Schuss, Ohio State - Sr., A

Dom Sebastiani, Delaware - Sr., M

Eric Smith, Delaware - Sr., A

Sam Snow, Fairfield - Sr., M

Adrian Sorichetti, Hofstra - Sr., M

Lyle Thompson, Albany - Soph., A

Miles Thompson, Albany - Jr., A

Ty Thompson, Albany - Jr., A

Bobby Thorp, Cabrini - Sr., A

Garrett Thul, Army - Sr., A

Jeff Tundo, Stony Brook - Sr., M

Jimmy van de Veerdonk, Oneonta - Sr., M

Christian Walsh, Duke - Jr., A

Ryan Walsh, Colgate - Soph., A

Andrew Wascavage, Towson - Sr., G

Matt White, Virginia - Sr., M

Jordan Wolf, Duke - Jr., A

* Denotes addition to original watch list

For more information on the Tewaaraton Award or to attend this exciting event, visit www.tewaaraton.com. Like and follow The Tewaaraton Foundation at www.facebook.com/tewaaraton and www.twitter.com/tewaaraton. 

About The Tewaaraton Foundation

First presented in 2001, the Tewaaraton Award is recognized as the pre-eminent lacrosse award, annually honoring the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. Endorsed by the Mohawk Nation Council of Elders and US Lacrosse, the Tewaaraton Award symbolizes lacrosse’s centuries-old roots in Native American heritage. The Tewaaraton Foundation ensures the integrity and advances the mission of this award. Each year, the Tewaaraton Award celebrates one of the six tribal nations of the Iroquois Confederacy – the Mohawk, Cayuga, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca and Tuscarora – and presents two scholarships to students of Native American descent. To learn more about The Tewaaraton Foundation, visit www.tewaaraton.com.

 

About Panama Jack

Panama Jack is an international company that has built a powerful brand and loyal following with product offerings synonymous with a carefree lifestyle. Its offerings include suncare products, eyewear, apparel, headwear, footwear, beach accessories and skateboards. The brand is expanding through product launches that bring its relaxed lifestyle into people’s daily lives. Introduced in 2010 and 2011, Panama Jack Beach Cruisers and the Panama Jack Home and Outdoor Collections provide consumers with even more freedom to enjoy what’s most meaningful to them and their families. In addition, 2011 marked the opening of the first of several Panama Jack retail stores at top travel destinations. Founded in 1974, Panama Jack is based in Orlando, FL. To learn more, please visit www.panamajack.com

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Media Contact

Sarah Aschenbach

The Tewaaraton Foundation

sarah@tewaaraton.com

202.255.1485

 

 

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