The Midshipmen put a Patriot League-high seven players on the All-Conference first and second teams earlier this week.
Senior defenseman Andy Tormey, senior defensive midfielder Geoff Leone and junior midfielder Patrick Moran (Severn) were named to the first team. Leone and Moran earned their second consecutive appearances on the first team, while Tormey made his debut.
Junior attackman Tim Paul (Loyola), junior midfielder Joe Lennon (Loyola), junior faceoff specialist Frankie Coppola and junior defenseman Jaren Woeppel were placed on the second team. Paul and Woeppel are two-time second-team honorees, while Lennon and Coppola are making their first appearance.
In other news, Loyola's Shane Koppens and P.T. Ricci were selected as the Eastern College Athletic Conference Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week.
Koppens, a senior attackman and Tewaaraton Trophy finalist who shared his offensive award with Georgetown's Scott Kocis, registered three goals and two assists in the Greyhounds' 12-7 victory over Fairfield on Saturday. Koppens is tied for eighth on the school's all-time points list with 144, and he is fifth on the all-time career assists list with 75.
Ricci, a senior long-stick midfielder who shared his honor with Penn State's Jack Davis, caused a team-high four turnovers, scooped up six groundballs, and limited Brent Adams to just one goal in the win against the Stags. Ricci has collected 86 groundballs this season, tied with former Greyhound Wayne McPartland (1986) for fifth on the single-season list. Peter Haas, who corralled 106 in 1998, holds the record.