Carlisle, Pa.) – Three Dickinson men's lacrosse players were named 2018 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Scholar All-Americans, announced this week.
Campbell made his third appearance on the All-Centennial Conference team, receiving honorable mention in 2016 and 2017, and First-team honors this spring. He ranked second in the conference this season with 190 face-off wins, holding the number six spot on the program single season list. He ranks third all-time, winning 480-of-807 over his career, adding 184 ground balls.
Carney was named to the All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team this spring, earning All-Conference honors on attack in 2017 while also being named the Scholar Athlete of the Year. He ranked third on the team in scoring with 31 goals and 24 assists this season. He led the way in the Devils' NCAA match-up against Lynchburg, scoring four goals. Carney was a three-time member of the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, holding cumulative grade-point-average above a 3.4 through his sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
Strods also had an outstanding senior season, receiving honorable mention in the conference for the past two years. Strods cracked the single season top 10 with 47 goals to rank fourth in program history. He finished his career third in points with 71 on the year and broke into the program top 10 with 78 career goals. He put up points in all but one game this season, netting five goals against Washington College and tallied five goals and one assist to earn MVP honors in the Centennial Conference Championship.
The Red Devils were nationally ranked all season and broke programs records with 288 goals, 166 assists and 454 points on the year. They finished with an overall record of 17-4 and claimed the program's fourth Centennial Conference Championship with a pair of thrilling wins over nationally ranked rivals Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg.
The Red Devils produced a remarkable nine All-Conference selections and had eight players receive All-America recognition.