CSU Announces 2010 Award Winners

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (June 18, 2010)—The Colorado State University Men’s Lacrosse team is happy to announce its award winners for the 2010 season. CSU featured ten players on the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference All-Conference team and four on the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association All-America squad. The Rams also swept the individual awards in the RMLC, taking Offensive Player, Defensive Player and Coach of the Year honors.

Despite being bounced from the national tournament in the quarterfinals by Simon Fraser, the Rams greatly improved their finish from the 2009 season. The 17 wins was the most by a CSU squad since winning 18 in 2006, their last national championship campaign. CSU graduates six important seniors from the 2010 team, including captains Andrew Stein, Paul Larson and Travis Wrenn, starting goaltender Alex Jacques and midfielders Luke Miller and Conrad Scoville.

Listed below are this year’s accomplishments, including awards voted on by the team at their end of season banquet.

MCLA All-America Team

1st Team: Cooper Kehoe, Attack; Greyson Konkel, Midfield; Andrew Stein, Defense
3rd Team: Alex Jacques, Goalie
MCLA National Coach of the Year: Alex Smith

RMLC All-Conference Team

1st Team: Cooper Kehoe, Attack; Greyson Konkel, Midfield; Andrew Stein, Defense; Alex Jacques, Goalie; Scott Gelston, F/O; Travis Wrenn, SSDM
2nd Team: Paul Larson, Attack; Luke Miller, Midfield
Honorable Mention: Garrett Fugier, Midfield; Mark Moskovics, LSM
Offensive Player of the Year: Cooper Kehoe
Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Andrew Stein and Alex Jacques
RMLC Coach of the Year: Alex Smith

CSU Team Awards

Overall Team MVP: Cooper Kehoe
Offensive MVP: Paul Larson
Defensive MVP: Andrew Stein
Gemperline Most Improved Player:  Dustin Grybinas
Rookie of the Year: Austin Fisher
Mike Roth High Scorer Award:  Cooper Kehoe – 46 goals, 43 assists
Charlie Brown Service Award: Pat Bruce and Ben Weston