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Since 2010, Adrenaline has been highlighting the top west players that have come through the lacrosse program. The top 60 players from the entire West are selected by the Adrenaline Evaluation Team (AET) for this prestigious award and competitive game. This game will be hosted at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, TX. After years of western players being ignored from national recognition, Adrenaline Lacrosse created the All-American game as a chance to not only highlight the top western players, but to offer thanks for what they have done to grow the game.  Played in front of tons of fans, the Adrenaline All-American game is also nationally broadcasted live on East Coast Dyes YouTube Channel. These athletes are all heroes to hordes of younger players and we are proud to make sure they get all the national credit and respect that they worked so hard to earn.

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Coverage by Inside Lacrosse
Coverage by Lacrosse All Stars

28 August 2016: of Dallas Cowboys at The Star in Frisco, Texas. Photo by James D. Smith/Dallas Cowboys




  • All Access to Ford Center at The Star
  • NFL level locker rooms
  • NFL caliber training rooms
  • Parent and players social hosted by Adrenaline
  • 20+ NCAA coaches on site to watch the game
  • AAA Game honors the top 60 players in the West
  • Each player receive a custom gear pack unlike any in the country that includes special treatment uniforms as well as sponsor packages.
  • National Broadcast that reaches thousands of lacrosse fans across the country
  • Exclusive luncheon for AAA players featuring a high-profiled keynote speaker
  • National media that boasts excellent player and club exposure
  • Serves as the highest affirmation of growth in depth and talent of the game in the western U.S.

For more information on our Western Prime event, click HERE

Event Details

June 15-16, 2019 (Saturday-Sunday)
Ford Center at The Star
9 Cowboys Way
Frisco, TX 75034
Registration Info

All-American Games
GIRLS: 12:30 PM
BOYS: 3:00 PM
Player Fee:  $250

*Registration is Invite only and requires a password



2019 Boys All Americans

2019 Girls All Americans





Thank you for your interest in the Adrenaline All-American Game! We are very excited to work with you on this event!

We have begun working closely with Road Rebel – contracting hotels that are as close to the venues, as comfortable, and as low-priced as possible. Road Rebel has found a good mixture of lodging types to match everyone’s needs.  As you know, Adrenaline has a STAY-TO-PLAY policy.  We are constantly trying to improve our services for you, and also meet the expectations of our housing providers, cities and counties.   These relationships stay strong by utilizing their services, after negotiating low-prices and great amenities for you.  We have directed Road Rebel to track team usage of our lodging facilities.  Teams based within 75 miles of the event venue are exempt from STAY-TO-PLAY.  Any teams beyond that distance must adhere to the conditions – NO exceptions.  Contact Road Rebel at for any assistance – they will assure you are greatly cared for – our promise to you.






2020 Player Watch List

*Nominate 2020 Watch List Boys & Girls Players via the form at the top of the event page!


Michael Boehm – Attack- Michigan

Blake Erlbeck- Attack- Uncommitted

Henry Bonnie- Attack- Uncommitted

Christian Rasmussen- Attack- Uncommitted

Wells Bligh- Attack- Uncommitted

Dom Atwell- Midfield- Uncommitted

Chase Ladrido- Midfield- Johns Hopkins

Teagan Bultman- FOGO- Brown

Jered Kenny- Midfield- Uncommitted

Miles Botkiss- Midfield- Uncommitted

Jorge Montgomery- Midfield- Uncommitted

Marquez White- Midfield- Syracuse

Mac Maclean- Midfield- Bucknell

Ryan Henry- FOGO- Uncommitted

Jack Savage- FOGO- Uncommitted

Shane MCausland- Defense- Uncommitted

Andrew Pederson- LSM- Uncommitted

John Fitzhenry- LSM- Uncommitted

Ajax Zapitello- Defense- Maryland- Uncommitted

Blade Cintron- Defense- Uncommitted

Conrad Delgado- Defense- Uncommitted

Seamus Foley- LSM- Georgetown- Uncommitted

Patrick Macinotsh- Attack- Uncommitted

Trae Ika- Attack- Uncommitted

Chop Gallagher- Attack- Uncommitted

Jack Savage- FOGO- Uncommitted

Andrew Cumming- Attack- Uncommitted

Christian Evans- LSM – Denver

Cole Kastner- Defense- Uncommitted

Ryan Metz- Midfield- Uncommitted

Bryce Macdonald- Midfield- Uncommitted

Bobby Gavin- Goalie- Uncommitted

Hunter Binney- Goalie- Quinnipiac

Dawson Friers- Goalie- Uncommitted

Will Collins- Goalie- Providence

Holden Arnett Zhang- Midfield- Uncommitted

Carson Kuhl- Midfield- Uncommitted

Don Juan Francois- Midfield- Uncommitted

Cole Clinton- FOGO- Uncommitted

Jack Budniewski- FOS/Midfield- Uncommitted

Tyler Hussey- Midfield- Denver

Peter Hagan- Attack- Uncommitted

Jonas Hunter- Attack- Uncommitted

Connor Froelich- Defense/LSM- Uncommitted

Ryan Cornelius- Defense/LSM- Uncommitted

Cal Ewanich- Attack- Uncommitted

Jakob Joy- Defense- Uncommitted

Nicholas Hyden- FOGO- Uncommitted

Dawson Bienz- Attack- Uncommitted

Ty Thureson- Midfield- Providence

Anthony Herock- Midfield- Uncommitted

Chris Smith- Attack- Uncommitted

Dylan Bauer- Attack- Johns Hopkins

Andrew Pederson- LSM/Defense- Princeton

Garret Rovazzini- Goalie- Uncommitted

Jack Nolan- Midfield- Uncommitted

Paxton Crowell- Uncommitted

Marshall McGuire- Syracuse

John Imperato- Uncommitted

Cole Garvey- Bryant University

Aidan Frazier- Uncommitted

Ronny Gabrisko- Uncommitted


Zoe McElhaney- Midfield- Uncommitted

Shelby Tilton- Midfield- USC

Caleigh Wilbourn- Midfield- Stony Brook University

Katie Freeman- Midfield- Oregon

Campbell Case- Attack- Johns Hopkins

Tatum Geist- Midfield- Uncommitted

Morgan Delwiche- Midfield- Uncommitted

Paige Doyle- Goalie- Uncommitted

Kianna Perez- Midfield- Uncommitted

Kate Rothman- Midfield- Cal Berkeley

Mia Kohn- Midfield- SDSU

Ella Bolin- Midfield- Butler

Mara Zajac- Midfield/Defense- Oregon

Carly Irvine- Attack- Bucknell

Regan Arkless- Attack- Uncommitted

Lindsey Maxwell- Goalie- Vanderbilt University

Sasha Bellack- Midfield/Defense- Uncommitted

Jordan Sheive- Attack- Liberty University

Morgan Haws- Midfield- Uncommitted

Anna Kelly- Midfield/Attack- Uncommitted

Logan Gray- Attack- Uncommitted

Lexi Gonzales- Defense- Uncommitted

Madeleine Saucier- Midfield- Uncommitted

Nakeeya McCardell- Midfield/Defense- Uncommitted

Tatum Geist- Midfield/Attack- Georgetown

Ella Smith- Midfield- Vanderbilt

Peyton Murphy- Attack- Army

Sierra Lizerbram- UC Davis

Ashley Stokes- Colorado Boulder

America Liberty Vizciano- Uncommitted

Brooklyne Waddell- SDSU

Lauren Pederson- UVA

Kailee Follette- Uncommitted

Aaliyah Jones- Monmouth

Zoe Ziegler- Uncommitted

Josie Gooch- Michigan

Sloane Kipp- Denver

Emily Baird- Bucknell

Lauren Tousignant- Radford

Bella Ramirez- Oklahoma Baptist




The Star is the 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility in Frisco, Texas. Developed as a first-of-its-kind partnership between the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD, The Star features Ford Center, a 12,000-seat stadium that hosts Frisco ISD football games and other events; Cowboys Fit, a 60,000 square-foot gym developed in partnership with leading fitness developer, Mark Mastrov; and Cowboys Club, a members-only club where the country club meets the NFL. Throughout 2017, The Star will welcome The Omni Frisco Hotel, a 16-floor, 300-room luxury hotel; Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star, a 300,000 square-foot center of excellence for sports medicine; as well as a variety of shopping, dining and nightlife options. For more information on The Star, visit:



2019 All-American Banquet Info Coming Soon!

2018 All-American Banquet Keynote Speaker: Jacob Schick

Corporal Schick was born and raised in Bossier City, LA and moved to Coppell, TX around the age of 14 at which point he excelled as an athlete playing football. Schick honed his ability as a leader and was elected by his team to be a Captain of the Coppell Cowboys his senior year. Schick had opportunities to go on and play football in college, but he chose to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather (WWII) and his uncle (Vietnam) and become a United States Marine. This would be the beginning of a life changing journey that Schick is profoundly proud of and blessed to call his own.

Schick dreamed of becoming a Marine ever since the age of eight, which stemmed from stories that were shared with him through his grandmother about his grandfather and uncle. At the beginning of his senior year in high school, Schick went to the recruiter’s office that he had grown fond of and signed the paperwork to make his dream a reality. He graduated boot camp from MCRD San Diego in October of 2002 as a Private First Class. Upon Completion of the School of Infantry at Camp Pendleton, CA, Schick checked into his reserve unit in Bossier City, LA where he would come to know some of the finest men he had ever encountered; these men are now known as the “Battlin’ Bastards” because of their exploits in Iraq.

In the spring of 2004, Schick’s unit, Bravo Company 1/23, received orders to activate and deploy to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II. On September 20th, roughly a month after landing in country, the vehicle Schick was driving hit a triple-stacked tank mine that left him severely wounded. He sustained multiple injuries consisting of compound fractures in his left leg, left arm, multiple skin, ligament and bone loss, partial loss of his left hand and arm and an amputation below the knee of his right leg. To date Schick has endured 46 operations, 23 blood transfusions, he has also been diagnosed with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury).

Schick is now married to his wife, Laura, and they have a three year old son, Jackson. Schick has appeared on the HBO special “Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq,” and “Starting Over,” on Good Morning Texas. He volunteers as Ambassador for the non-profit Carry The Load based in Dallas, TX which financially benefits existing non-profits that provide resources to veterans, law enforcement, fire fighters, emergency personnel, and their families. Carry The Load is also tirelessly working to restore the true meaning of Memorial Day while lobbying to make the month of May, “Memorial May.” He also works at the Center for BrainHealth in Dallas as a member of the Warrior Training Team. The Center for BrainHealth is focused on maximizing the cognitive potential of our nation’s warriors as well as people from all walks of life. The Center for BrainHealth has over 25 years of research in studying and assisting individuals with ADD, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, PTSD, TBI, including other issues dealing with the brain.



The winner will be announced at halftime of the All American game during the ceremony that will honor Jeremy’s Memory. Click below to apply! If you have further questions OR have not received the application password please email

Please take your time in filling out the answers and be as truthful and honest as you can.  All applications will be reviewed thoroughly by our scholarship committee and the player who best embodies Jeremy’s legacy will be awarded the scholarship!


2018 Jeremy Huber “19” Scholarship Award Winner: Justin Cheng




  • Tanner Ottenbreit: LSM UVA, Team USA U-19 Selection
  • Matt Florence: Midfielder Penn State, Team USA U-19 Selection, Denver Outlaws
  • Ryan LaPlante: Goalie University of Denver, NCAA All-Tournament Team, NCAA National Champion, MLL Pro Denver Outlaws
  • Erik Adamson: Attack University of Denver, NCAA All American, MLL Denver Outlaws
  • Knute Kraus: Defense Salisbury State, 2* NCAA All American, NCAA National Champion, MLL Denver Outlaws
  • Mike Riis: LSM University of Denver, NCAA All-Tournament Team, All Big East


  • Bailey Tills: Midfielder Brown University, MLL Denver Outlaws
  • Tanner Scales: Defense University of Virginia, NCAA All American, MLL Denver Outlaws
  • Challen Rogers: Attack Stonybrook, NCAA All American, 3* All EAC, MLL Boston Cannons, NLL Toronto Rock
  • Collins Gantz: Midfield Bryant, All NEC Selection, USILA Senior North/South All Star Game
  • Edwin Glazener: Defense University of Notre Dame, MLL Denver Outlaws
  • Dakota Rohlin: Midfielder Jacksonville, All SoCon
  • Brock Ghelfi:


  • Arik Andreen: Defense Hobart, ALL NEC, MLL Charlotte Hounds
  • Jack Beall: Midfield Boston University, ALL NEC
  • Charlie Ford: Defense Georgetown, 2* ALL BIG EAST, USILA North South All Star
  • Bear Goldstien: Defense Princeton, 3* ALL IVY
  • Cole Johnson: Attack Army, 3* ALL PATRIOT, NCAA ALL AMERICAN, 2* Tewaarton Watchlist
  • Jack McCormick: Attack Dartmouth, ALL IVY Rookie of The Year
  • Scott McGowan: Defense Denver, NCAA Champion
  • Dan Morris: Goaltender Marryland, NCAA Champion, NCAA All Tournament, ALL ACC, NCAA All American
  • Mikie Schlosser: Midfield University of Michigan, ALL ECAC Rookie of Year, MLL Denver Outlaws
  • Keenan Assarof: Midfield Providence, USILA Senior North South All Star Game
  • Kevin Fahey: Defense Bellarmine, ALL SoCon
  • Kyle Mummau: Defense Bryant, NEC Player of The Year, 3* ALL NEC, MLL Chesapeake Bayhawks
  • Jake Wiedner: Midfield RPI, ALL Liberty Team


  • Anthony Abadessa: Attack Colgate, ALL ECAC Rookie of The Year 2015
  • Justin Anderson: Midfield Notre Dame
  • Ryder Garnsey: Attack Notre Dame, NCAA All American, ALL ACC
  • Foster Huggins: Defense Loyola, All Patriot League
  • Michael Kay: Midfield Drexel, All CAA Rookie Team
  • Trent Schulte: LSM Ohio Wesleyan, All ECAC, NCAA All American
  • Austin Streeter: Midfield Bellarmine, All Southern COnference
  • Andrew Tien: Attack Air Force, All SoCon
  • Cam Ziegler: Attack Bryant, All NEC Rookie Team
  • Joe Lang: Midfield Harvard, 3*ALL IVY, NCAA All American
  • Sean Mayle: Defense Denver, 2* All Big East
  • Joe Rodriguez: Attack Fairfield, All CAA Rookie Team, All CAA


  • Austin French: Attack Denver, 1st nationally in shooting percentage
  • Max Tuttle: Midfield Sacred Heart, 2* NEC, All ECAC
  • Zack Franckowiak: Midfield Rutgers, Big Ten All-Tournament Team
  • Ben Spencer: Midfield UMASS, All CAA Rookie Team
  • Arend Broekmate: Defense Tufts, All New England
  • Cade Van RapHoorst: Defense Duke, All ACC, NCAA All American
  • Ryland Rees: LSM Stonybrook, All America East, All America East All Rookie
  • Michael Rodriguez: Midfield Merchant Marin Academy, All Landmark Conference
  • Dylan Johnson: Defense Denver, Team USA U19
  • Hoyt Crance: Goalie Yale, 2* All Ivy Rookie of the Week
  • Hugh Crance: Defense Notre Dame, NCAA All American


  • Beau Botkiss, Harvard, LSM
  • Kevin Kodzis, Holy Cross, Attack
  • Nick Shanks, Tufts, Midfield
  • Colby Kneese, Penn State, Goalie
  • Jacob Patterson, Albany, Attack
  • Nick Wendell, Cleveland State, Midfield


  • Asher Knolting, High Point, Attack
  • Tucker Dordevic, Syracuse, Midfield
  • Bubba Fairman, Maryland, Midfield
  • Bryn Evans, Harvard, Midfield
  • Nakaie Montgromery, Duke, Midfield

2018 Adrenaline All American COACHES

AAA Boys


Jason Gildea- Roanoke College, Chaos Director

Jason Griggs- Coronado HS (NV) Head Coach, Movin’ Up Director 

Cade Van Raaphorst- Duke University, 2X All American, 3 year starter, 2018 Final 4/ WCS & AA game alum


Gary Campo- Palo Verde HS Head Coach, Vegas Starz Director

Bubba Fairman- University of Maryland, Starting Midfielder, Big 10 Rookie of the Week, WCS & Adrln AA alum

Tucker Dordevic- Syracuse University, ACC Rookie of the Week 2X, WCS & Adrln AA alum



Lyndsey Gillis- Bowdoin College, Mercer Island Director/Coach, Seattle Starz Director

Kassandra Lemons- St. Mary’s College (CA), Park City HS Coach, West Coast Starz Coach


Molly Ford- Georgetown University, US Team Member ’11-’14, The Hockaday School HC/Director, GRIT Program Director

Alyssa Murray- Syracuse University, UWLX Philly Force, Team USA  ’14- Present, Vandegrift HS Director/Coach, Iron Horse Girls Director


2018 treatment gear coming soon!

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Below!



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