PERRY, N.Y. – Susquehanna senior men's lacrosse players Corrie Van Haasteren '16 and Kade MacGregor '16 have been named All-America Honorable Mentions by the United States Intercollege Lacrosse Association (USILA).
Van Haasteren earned USILA/Nike Honorable Mention at long-stick midfield while MacGregor was a recipient at defense.
This marks the fourth-straight year the SU men's lacrosse program has had at least one All-American: Marcus Cheatham '13 (2013), Austen Lein '14 (2014), MacGregor (2015, 2016) and Van Haasteren (2016).
Van Haasteren was a three-time All-Landmark Conference player and was named the Landmark Player of the Year this season. Van Haasteren started all 16 games this season and led the team with 71 ground balls and 34 caused turnovers. He also added three goals and three assists. Following the season, Van Haasteren was named to the USILA/Nike North-South Senior All-Star Game.
He finished his career 10th all-time in ground balls at SU with 176 while his 68 games played are third all-time.
MacGregor was an All-America Honorable Mention in 2015, as well, when he became the program's first-ever junior to earn the honor. This year, MacGregor was an All-Landmark Conference First-Team player who started 16 of the 17 games in which he played. He finished with 53 ground balls and 27 caused turnovers while also adding one goal and one assist. MacGregor leaves having played 70 career games – second all-time – while his 205 ground balls are sixth all-time in program history.
He was also named the Landmark Conference Men's Lacrosse Senior Scholar-Athlete earlier this season.
Over this pair's career, Susquehanna won two Landmark titles with two subsequent trips to the NCAA Division III Tournament.
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