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Trio of Tigers Earn Lacrosse All-Region, All-State

Hunter Brown, Kent Henry, and Ian Levin
Hunter Brown, Kent Henry, and Ian Levin

Hunter Brown, Kent Henry, and Ian Levin continued to fill up their trophy case as the trio were each named to the IMLCA All-South Region and the VaSID All-State teams.

Each student-athlete was picked to the second team for All-Region. Henry and Brown were tabbed All-State first-teamers while Levin made the second team. Complete list of honorees can be found at the end of the article

Brown was tabbed as a USILA All-American, IMLCA All-Region, and All-State honoree for the second year in a row. In addition, he played in the USILA North-South Senior All-Star Game, was named First-Team All-ODAC. He posted 56 points on 37 goals and 19 assists while being named to the ODAC All-Tournament Team. He tied for the team lead in man-up tallies with five. Brown ended his four-year career ranked fifth in program history in points (207), second in midfielder points - just one point shy of tying the school record - second in assists (103), and 12th in goals (104). A three-time All-ODAC and two-time First Team honoree, he is one of only two players in H-SC history with 100+ assists and is the only player to contribute 100+ goals and 100+ assists. 

Henry once again proved to be one of the top defensemen not only in the ODAC but also the region and the nation. For the second year in a row, Henry earned First Team All-ODAC honors, and he was also selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game. For the past four seasons, he was consistently tasked with defending Tiger opponents' top offensive player. Henry finished his career as one of the top shut down defensemen to ever wear a Tiger uniform. 

Levin was tabbed as a USILA Honorable Mention All-American for the second consecutive season. A North-South All-Star selection, Levin also earned First Team All-ODAC honors for his tremendous senior season. Levin led the Tigers in points (74), goals (43), and assists (31). His 74 points rank as the fifth most in school history, and he is the only Tiger to post 60+ points in three seasons or 70+ in two or more seasons. A three-time All-ODAC and two-time First Team honoree, Levin completed his career at the top of the Tiger lacrosse record books, ranking second in career points (240), third in assists (91), and sixth in goals (149).

IMLCA All-South Region (click for full size)

IMLCA All-South Region

2018 VaSID Men's Lacrosse College All-State

Player of the Year: A.J. Witherell, Washington and Lee University

Rookie of the Year: Dylan Rice, Christopher Newport University

Coach of the Year: Mikey Thompson, Christopher Newport University

2018 VaSID Men's Lacrosse All-State Team

All-State Teams

First Team 

Position

Player First

Player Last

School

Hometown

Attack

Matthew

Crist

Christopher Newport University

Charlottesville, Va.

Attack

Evan

Lombardo

Lynchburg College

Franklin Park, N.J.

Attack

A.J.

Witherell

Washington & Lee University

Wilmington, Del.

Midfielder

Hunter

Brown

Hampden-Sydney College

Charlottesville, VA

Midfielder

Colin

McGuire

Lynchburg College

Odenton, Md.

Midfielder

IV

Stucker

Roanoke College

 

Defender

Conn

Curry

Roanoke College

 

Defender

Kyle

Gifford

Washington & Lee University

Darien, Conn.

Defender

Kent

Henry

Hampden-Sydney College

Crozet, VA

Goalie

Ian

Davies

Roanoke College

 

Faceoff

Tony

Cruz

Christopher Newport University

Littleton, Colo.

Long Stick

Seamus

McDonald

Lynchburg College

Far Hills, N.J.

 

 

 

 

 

Second Team

Position

Player First

Player Last

School

Hometown

Attack

Shawn

Lamb

Southern Virginia University

Buena Vista, Va.

Attack

Ian

Levin

Hampden-Sydney College

Chapel Hill, NC

Attack

Dylan

Rice

Christopher Newport University

Mechanicsville, Va.

Midfielder

Hudson

Hamill

Washington & Lee University

Darien, Conn.

Midfielder

Kevin

Rogers

Lynchburg College

Leesburg, Va.

Midfielder

Nick

Willertz

Lynchburg College

Severn, Md.

Defender

John

Broderick

Washington & Lee University

Manhasset, N.Y.

Defender

Robby

Moore

Roanoke College

 

Defender

Max

Wayne

Christopher Newport University

Brambleton, Va.

Goalie

Scott

McAneney

Christopher Newport University

Paoli, Pa.

Faceoff

Jack

Hodgson

Washington & Lee University

Richmond, Va.

Long Stick

Phoenix

Hines

Christopher Newport University

Ashburn, Va.