BALTIMORE – The No. 8 Salisbury University men's lacrosse team had three athletes honored as United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Scholar All-Americans, the organization announced.
Seniors Knute Kraus, Austin Kemp, and Marty Wallace were all selected for the first time in their careers. To be selected, they had to also be named a USILA All-American and hold a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
All three players were mainstays on Salisbury's second-ranked defense, which only allowed 5.82 goals per game. Kraus was named a first-team All-American, while Kemp and Wallace were named All-American honorable mentions.
Kraus captained the Salisbury defense this season, leading the team with 29 caused turnovers. He started all 22 games for the team this season, while picking up 50 ground balls to rank fourth on the team.
Kemp and Wallace both had strong seasons for the Salisbury defense, finishing second and third on the team with 28 and 26 caused turnovers, respectively.
Kemp started all 22 games for the Gulls and scooped up 43 ground balls, while Wallace added 40 ground balls.
To view the full Scholar All-American list, click here.