Four Shoremen Laxers Named All-Centennial

Four Shoremen Laxers Named All-Centennial

Trapp Leads Way with Second-Team Selection; Kelly Named All-Sportsmanship 

LANCASTER, Pa. — Four student-athletes from the Washington College men's lacrosse team have received 2017 All-Centennial Conference recognition in a vote conducted by the conference's head coaches. Sophomore midfielder Kevin Trapp (White Plains, N.Y./White Plains) was named to the second team, while junior goalie Ben Flood (Atlanta, Ga./The Lovett School), junior attackman Tyler Powers (Duxbury, Mass./Duxbury), and sophomore defenseman Kevin Wilson (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) were chosen as honorable mentions. In addition, senior defenseman Zachary Kelly (Kennett Square, Pa./Salesianum School [Del.]) was named to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team. 

All four of the Shoremen's All-Centennial Conference honorees received All-Centennial recognition for the first time. Trapp scored 18 goals and assisted on six others this season for the Shoremen. His six extra-man goals led the team and tied for second in the conference. 

Flood's 58.8% save percentage led the Centennial Conference, as did his 183 total saves this season. His goals-against average of 8.44 was fourth in the conference. 

Powers led the Shoremen in goals with 36, points with 47, and shots with 100 and also tallied 11 assists this season. He tied for fifth in the conference in total points, tied for sixth in goals, and was seventh in shots.  

Wilson finished second among all Shoremen with 14 caused turnovers and also scooped up 29 ground balls this spring. 

Kelly represented the Shoremen on the All-Sportsmanship Team; each institution is allowed to nominate one student-athlete per sport for the All-Sportsmanship Team. Kelly served as a captain for the Shoremen this season.

The Shoremen finished this season 9-7, their highest win total in three years. This is the first time the Shoremen have ever had multiple All-Centennial Conference selections in a season without at least one of the honorees being a senior.