Ten Cardinals Honored By USA Lacrosse
NASHUA, N.H. - Ten members of the Bishop Guertin Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams have earned All-American or All-Academic honors for their 2023 seasons as announced by USA Lacrosse this weekend.
The boys team had six players earn All-American recognition as seniors Connor Bouvier, Connor Guibord, Tim Kiely and Colin Roark were joined by juniors Alex Dumont and Brady Dumont in being honored for their performances on the field this spring.
To be honored as a USA Lacrosse All-American, one must, “exhibit superior skills and techniques and possess exceptional game sense and knowledge. A USA Lacrosse All-American is one of the best players in the United States, while also embodying excellent sportsmanship.”
Additionally, junior Caleb Yeung and senior Dylan Yeung from the boys team and seniors Tess Prunier and Kate Daley of the girls team represented the Cardinals as All-Academic honorees this year.
A USA Lacrosse All-Academic honoree is a player who exhibits exemplary lacrosse skills, good sportsmanship on the field, and represents high standards of academic achievement in the classroom.
The Bishop Guertin boys dominated the 2023 campaign, winning its third straight New Hampshire Division I Championship and finishing with a 18-3 overall record, a 15-0 mark against in-state competition and a top-25 national ranking. Of the eight Granite State players to earn All-American honors, six wore the Cardinal uniform this season.
USA Lacrosse oversees the selection of the awards, which are administered locally by Area Chairs. Selections are based on voting by coaches within each geographical area.