Resetarits Name Men's Lacrosse All-American; 3 Tabbed for All-Star Game
FOXBORO, Mass. - America East men's lacrosse Player of the Year Joe Resetarits added to his trophy case on Wednesday as he was tabbed an All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Coaches Association (USILA). Resetarits was an honorable mention choice.
Resetarits, a senior attacker, led America East and is tied for seventh nationally in points per game (4.12 ppg, 66 total) and tied for fourth in goals per game (2.94 gpg, 47) en route to earning Player of the Year honors. Also a first-team all-conference selection for the third time, Resetarits was even more productive against America East foes, averaging 5.60 points per game in league play. Resetarits, who also garnered America East All-Championship recognition after leading the Great Danes to the league title game, is the conference's 31st All-American since 2007.
In addition to Resetarits earning All-America honors, three standouts were selected to play in the prestigious USILA North/South All-Star game, which will take place Friday at 5:30 at Gillette stadium in Foxboro, Mass, site of the 2012 NCAA Final Four.
Binghamton's Ben Waldron and Stony Brook's Kyle Moeller will suit up for the North squad while Hartford's Carter Bender will play for the South team. The trio all earned first-team all-conference honors.