Crowell, Sessions and Carlin Named USILA All-Americans

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BRUNSWICK, Maine - Three members of the Bowdoin men's lacrosse program have been recognized in Division III All-American honors announced by the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

Senior Matthew Crowell (Medfield, Mass.) was named a Second Team All-American while senior Parker Sessions (Baltimore, Md.) was tabbed as a Third Team All-American. Junior Sam Carlin (New Albany, Ohio) was chosen as an Honorable Mention All-American selection.

Crowell sparked the Bowdoin offense by leading the team with 25 goals this spring. He finishes his career with 98 goals, 25 assists and 123 career points. A stellar defender, Sessions led the Polar Bears in caused turnovers (17) and ranked fourth on the team with 24 ground balls.

An outstanding faceoff specialist Carlin won 197 of 327 faceoffs this spring (.602), collected a NESCAC-best 122 ground balls and netted four goals, including a last-second game-winner at Bates.