Sophomore attack Brad Sharp of Palos Verdes and senior middie Logan Soelberg of Crespi were among seven Los Angeles-area players named US Lacrosse All-American for 2019, and senior middie Owen Larson of Chaminade was among seven players named Academic All-American. For all three, it was the second consecutive year they earned the distinction.

Sharp led Palos Verdes to a 19-3 record and a spot in the LA championship game. He was named Offensive Player of the Year in both the Bay League and greater Los Angeles.

Soelberg, who will play next year at Yale University, was named Mission League Most Valuable Player and was a first-team All-Los Angeles selection.

Larson has anchored the Chaminade squad as a two-way middie for the past three seasons, this year earning first-team All-Mission League and second-team All-Los Angeles. He is expected to take a post-graduate year at Westminster School starting in the fall.

2019 Los Angeles Boys US Lacrosse All-Americans

Pos   Name              Yr.    School	
A     Brad Sharp        So     Palos Verdes
FO    Mitch Myers       Sr     St. John Bosco
M     Logan Soelberg    Sr     Crespi
M     Owen Gaffney      So     Loyola
D     Donovan Econn     Sr     Harvard Westlake
G     Kyle McCann       Sr     Palos Verdes
A     Mac MacLean       Sr     Sierra Canyon

2019 Los Angeles Boys Academic All-American

Pos   Name              Yr.    School             College	
D     Will Kupiec       Sr     Loyola             MIT
M     Owen Larson       Sr     Chaminade          PG
G     Eli Turovsky      Sr     Sierra Canyon      Colorado
A     Asher Early       Sr     Harvard Westlake   Duke
D     Jake Cloutier     Jr     Chaminade          -
A     Joseph Kean       Sr     Santa Monica       Penn
SSDM  Sultan Daniels    Sr     Harvard Westlake   Brown

2019 Los Angeles Boys US Lacrosse Bob Scott Award

Pos   Name              Yr.    School	
M     Baker Harrington  Sr     Mira Costa

2018 Los Angeles US Lacrosse All-Americans

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