Springfield, Mass. – May 30, 2019 -The Springfield College men's lacrosse team had a pair of student-athletes named to the 2019 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Division III Honorable Mention All-America Team. Joe Hawley (Poulsbo, Wash.) and Cameron Glover (Brunswick, Maine) each received the national recognition following standout seasons for the Pride.
This marks the fourth time in the past six seasons that the Springfield College men's lacrosse team has had at least two USILA All-America selections. For both Hawley and Glover, this marks the first All-America honor of their collegiate careers. Dating back to 1985, Springfield College has had 47 student-athletes honored with USILA All-America honors.
This season, the Pride earned a spot in the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament field after defeating Coast Guard, 12-10, in the NEWMAC Championship. Springfield then knocked off 8th-ranked Ursinus in overtime, 16-15, in the NCAA Division III Championship Second Round before falling to eventual national-champion Cabrini, 15-8, as one of the final 16 teams in the national tournament.
A Physical Education major, Glover found the back of the cage 27 times and totaled 42 points, including producing at least three points in nine games in 2019, in his final season. One of the Pride's captains, Glover was previously honored to play in the NEILA East-West Senior All-Star Game, named to the NEILA All-New England Third Team, and was chosen to the NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team.
Hawley had a special junior season and produced a team-best 72 points. The Sport Management major led the team with 30 assists to go along with 42 goals and had at least three points in 12 games this year. Scoring on 47% of his shots this season, Hawley was a NEWMAC All-Conference First Team honoree and heads into his senior season with 126 career points.
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