BEVERLY, Mass. – The Endicott men's lacrosse program saw Colin Bannon (Westport, Conn.), Cameron Bell (Falmouth, Maine), Tommy Hughes (Coram, N.Y.), and Will Jennings (Danvers, Mass.) all earn United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America honorable mention accolades on Sunday.
Highlighting the group is Bell who collected his fourth career All-America honorable mention award today, while Bannon picked up his second. Hughes and Jennings are now first-time honorees.
COLIN BANNON | JUNIOR | ATTACK | WESTPORT, CONN.
In 2016, Bannon compiled 91 points on 37 goals and a team-leading 54 assists in 18 games played. Bannon currently ranks No. 4 in the country in assists per game (3.00) and No. 11 in points per game (5.06).
CAMERON BELL | SENIOR | GOALIE | FALMOUTH, MAINE
Bell posted a 9-9 record this spring to go along with a 10.71 goals against average, 201 saves, and a 51.8 save percentage in 18 starts for Endicott. Bell, who will continue playing lacrosse with the Boston Cannons (Major League Lacrosse) later this summer, concludes his standout four-year career as the all-time wins leader (52) in program history.
TOMMY HUGHES | JUNIOR | FACE-OFF | CORAM, N.Y.
Hughes currently ranks No. 3 among all NCAA Division III face-off specialists in ground balls per game (10.22) and No. 12 in face-off winning percentage (.667) this season. Hughes went a combined 293-for-439 at the face-off X in 2016, while scooping up 184 ground balls and registering 11 points (8g, 3a).
WILL JENNINGS | JUNIOR | ATTACK | DANVERS, MASS.
Jennings wrapped up his junior campaign by setting the single-season goals record with 80 tallies, while also finishing second for most points in a single-season with 96 (80 goals, 16 assists). Jennings currently ranks No. 2 in the nation in points per game (4.71), No. 30 in individual man-up goals (9), and No. 121 in shot percentage (.388).
Endicott went 9-9 on the season and advanced to the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Tournament title game for the fourth straight year.