The awards keep rolling in for the Roanoke men’s lacrosse team with a pair of Maroons earning Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State Men’s Lacrosse honors. Luke Kammerman was honored with a spot on the First Team All-State squad with teammate Weston Hammond earning not only a position on the Second Team AllState but also being named the VaSID Rookie of the Year.
Kammerman, an All-American from both USILA and IMLCA, played in all 19 games for the Maroons this season scoring 46 goals and 45 assists. Six of his goals were on man-up opportunities. He also collected 33 ground balls and forced seven caused turnovers. His goals and assists both rank third in the ODAC this season while his 91 points are second-best in the conference.
He also took 143 shots, good for second in the league as well. Hammond was a force on the defensive side of the field this season. Playing in all 19 games, he forced 32 caused turnovers, the second most in the ODAC this season. He also scooped up 60 ground balls, good for 15th in the ODAC. He was also able to sneak in one goal and a pair of assists. Kammerman was the ODAC Player of the Year and Hammond was the ODAC Rookie of the Year this spring, in addition to First Team honors on the AllODAC team.