Five York College men's lacrosse players earned All-American honorable mention recognition from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association on Tuesday.
Junior Tyler Hutson, senior Seth Krolus, senior James Lowe, sophomore Caleb Abney and sophomore Josh Kluver were recognized. All five players earned first-team All-Capital Athletic Conference honors earlier in the month.
Hutson makes his second appearance on the USILA All-American squad. He was a second-team selection last year. Hutson finished the year with a team-high 52 goals while he added 13 assists for 65 points. Hutson is York's all-time leading scorer with 210 points on a school-record 161 goals and 49 assists.
Krolus had 34 points this season on 16 goals and 18 assists. He had 82 ground balls. He was also selected to play in the USILA Senior All-Star Game at 10 a.m. Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Krolus finished his career with 97 points on 44 goals and 53 assists with 224 ground balls.
Lowe recorded 51 points on 26 goals and 25 assists this season. He finished his career with 157 points on 82 goals and 75 assists. He was also selected to play in the USILA Senior All-Star game.
Abney finished the year with a record of 16-5. He notched a 7.30 goals-against average and a .615 save percentage. For his two years as a Spartan, Abney is 26-8 with a 7.14 goals-against average and a .631 save percentage.
Kluver notched three points on three goals with a team-high 34 caused turnovers and 46 ground balls. Kluver finished the year tied for first in the league in caused turnovers. He spearheads a defense that allowed 7.68 goals per game.