Five Team 91 Alums Named 2020 Maverik Men’s D1 Media All-Americans

Inside Lacrosse presented its 2020 Maverik Men's D1 Media All-Americans today, and to nobody's surprise, there's a strong Team 91 presence on the list with five players earning honors.
'16 alum Mac O'Keefe (Syosset/Penn State) headlines the group by earning a second-team nod. '16 Ryan Tierney (Massapequa/Hofstra), '17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East/Penn), '18 Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.) and '18 Anthony Tangredi (Chaminade/Lehigh) scooped up honorable mention accolades.

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Mac O'Keefe

'16 alum Mac O'Keefe (Syosset/Penn State) finished second in the country with 28 goals, including becoming the Big Ten's all-time leading goal scorer, and added eight assists for nationally-ranked Penn State to finish eighth nationally in points. It's his second straight second-team award.

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Sean Lulley
'17 Sean Lulley (Half Hollow Hills East/Penn. Lulley was one of the breakout offensive stars in the country, racking up an incredible 30 points in just five games, good enough for the fourth-best points-per-game average nationally and fifth nationally in assists per game. His six-goal, one-assist effort helped the Quakers upend Duke in a battle of top-10 teams.

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Ryan Tierney

'16 Ryan Tierney (Massapequa/ Hofstra).Tierney, the preseason CAA Player of the Year, paired 21 goals with 14 assists for the Pride, good enough for 10th most in points in the country. His finest effort came when he burned visiting Michigan for four goals and four assists, including this highlight-reel pass

OWEN CAPUTO

Duke Men's Lacrosse takes on Air Force in the season opener at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, NC - February 1, 2020
'18 Owen Caputo (Middle Creek, N.C.). Caputo emerged as one of Duke's top scoring threats, finishing second on the team in both assists (eight) and points (20), and he racked up three hat tricks for the Blue Devils. His best effort came when he hit Denver for three goals and three assists in a battle of two nationally-ranked teams.

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Anthony Tangredi
'18 Anthony Tangredi (Chaminade/ Lehigh). Tangredi broke into Lehigh's starting lineup and made his impact felt right away, causing 16 turnovers, good enough to be tied for second nationally. That included a five-caused turnover day in the Mountain Hawks' win over Holy Cross, earning him his first Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week nod. Tangredi, who finished with 14 ground balls, also buried his first career goal in a win over NJIT.