BALTIMORE – Inside Lacrosse released its 2018 Division III Preseason All-Americans on Thursday morning and a total of seven Salisbury players were recognized by the organization with three being named to the First Team, the most of any team.
Kyle Tucker, Will Nowesnick, and Troy Miller all earned recognition as they were named a First-Team All-American. All three players finished the 2017 season as USILA All-Americans while Nowesnick and Tucker were also named IMLCA All-Americans.
Tucker completed an impressive junior year campaign starting 22 of 23 games in which he caused 30 turnovers and scooped up 67 groundballs, which ranked him third on the team. He also helped anchor a defense that allowed just a 6.68 goals against per game mark last season. Nowesnick was equally as impressive posting 60 groundballs while adding 42 groundballs and causins 44 turnovers in 2017.
Miller who was a first time All-American as the short-stick defensive midfielder in 2017 put up 19 groundballs and seven caused turnovers during his junior year campaign.
Reynolds played in 22 games in 2017 scoring 25 goals and dishing out 16 assists while Gwin played in all 23 games and scored 24 goals, tallied 11 assists, and totaled 35 points. Logue was impressive from the face-off X winning 121-of-207 attempts while also scoring two goals. Finally, LaClair was solid as one of Salisbury's best defensive midfielders causing 12 turnovers while scooping up 33 groundballs.
Salisbury returns to action on Saturday, February 10 when it hosts No. 12 Lynchburg College. Face-off between the Sea Gulls and Hornets is scheduled for 1 p.m.
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