Owings Mills, Md. -- University of Lynchburg junior Kevin Rogers (Leesburg, Va.) merited first-team Division III All-America honors from the Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association, the IMLCA announced Tuesday evening via Twitter.
Rogers, a midfielder, led Lynchburg's team with 78 points in 2019 and ranked second among the Hornets in both goals (47) and assists (31). All of those marks were career-highs for Rogers, who scored a point in every game this season.
The All-America honor is the second of the season for Rogers, who was named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's second team. Rogers was a first-team All-ODAC and All-South Region midfielder.
He was ODAC player of the week April 29 and named to the USILA's Division III team of the week Feb. 12.
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Lynchburg's men's lacrosse team finished the 2019 season with a 14-7 record, 9-1 in the ODAC, and earned the program's eighth-straight NCAA tournament berth. The Hornets defeated Transylvania in the first round of the national tournament to reach the Round of 16.
Lynchburg finished the season ranked 18th in the USILA's coaches poll.
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