Salisbury's Gwin & York's Witchey Collect Major USILA Honors; 11 from CAC Earn All-America Honors
Salisbury's Gwin & York's Witchey Collect Major USILA Honors; 11 from CAC Earn All-America Honors

USILA All-America Team

Salisbury's Corey Gwin was selected as the National Midfielder of the Year and York's Kevin Witchey was named Defensive Player of the Year to highlight 11 selections from the CAC onto the 2019 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America team. 

Salisbury led the way with six All-America nods, followed closely by York with five. The Sea Gulls put four on the first team, which tied RIT for most in the country.

Salisbury's Gwin was chosen as the Fran McCall Sward as the nation's top midfielder. Gwin was joined on the All-America first team by fellow midfielder Zach Pompea, attacker Josh Melton and defender Brad Apgar. SU long-stick mid Kevin Murphy and short-stick defensive middie Brad Greik each collected second team honors.

Witchey was the long first teamer for the York Spartans, but was joined on the All-America team by a pair of second team honorees along with two third team selections. Spartan attacker Thomas Pfeiffer and defender J.D. Beck both earned second team accolades, while attacker Hunter Davis and short-stick defensive middie Danny O'Connell landed third team recognition.