Four Shoremen Named All-Centennial Conference

Four Shoremen Named All-Centennial Conference

Academic Honor Roll & All-Sportsmanship Team also Announced

LANCASTER, Pa. — Four student-athletes from the Washington College men's lacrosse team have earned All-Centennial Conference honors in a vote conducted by the conference's head coaches. In addition, the conference's All-Sportsmanship Team and Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the sport were announced.

Sophomore attackman Tanner Barbieri (Wayne, N.J./St. Peter's Prep), senior short-stick defensive midfielder Andrew Docktor (Wellesley, Mass./Brewster Academy [N.H.]), and junior face-off specialist Kyle Gangemi (Elkton, Md./Salesianum [Del.]) were named to the All-Centennial second team, while sophomore defenseman Tim Hickey (Mechanicsburg, Pa./Trinity) was named an All-Centennial honorable mention. Barbieri, Hickey, sophomore defenseman Graham Hulsey (Wellesley, Mass./Wellesley), junior defenseman Bennett Lloyd (Bristow, Va./Paul VI), senior face-off specialist William Rate IV (Philadelphia, Pa./La Salle College H.S.), and senior defenseman Brad Wollman (Woodbine, Md./Glenelg Country School) landed on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, while senior midfielder Sid Looney (Westhampton, N.Y./Westhampton) represented the Shoremen on the All-Sportsmanship Team.

Barbieri led the Shoremen in goals (30), assists (17), and total points (47) this season. He was also second on the team in ground balls (33). His eight extra-man goals leads the Centennial Conference, while he is currently fifth in the conference in points, tied for fifth in assists, and tied for seventh in goals. Docktor totaled 20 ground balls, nine caused turnovers, one goal, and one assist for the Shoremen this season. Gangemi led the Shoremen in ground balls (66) and face-off wins (130) and won 56% of his face-offs on the year. Among all players in the Centennial, Gangemi is fourth in ground balls and is fourth in face-off percentage (minimum 100 attempts). Hickey led the Shoremen in caused turnovers (21) and led all Washington defensive players in ground balls (27). He is 10th in caused turnovers in the Centennial Conference.

In order to qualify for the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average. Wollman earned the distinction for the third year in a row, while Lloyd landed on the list for the second time. Wollman is majoring in Biology, Lloyd in Business Management, Rate in both Biology and Chemistry, Barbieri and Hickey in Economics, and Hulsey in both Political Science and Economics. 

Barbieri and Hickey also picked up Academic All-Centennial honors by being named All-Centennial and landing on the Academic Honor Roll.