LEWISTON, Maine -- Bates men's lacrosse had three players named USILA Division III All-America in one season for the first time in program history on Sunday, with junior Charlie Fay, senior Jack Allard and junior Fred Ulbrick all receiving honors.
Fay (Falmouth, Maine), a junior midfielder, received Second Team All-America honors for the second straight year. Allard (Ridgewood, N.J.), who is receiving his bachelor's degree at Commencement today, repeated as an Honorable Mention attacker.
Allard and Fay become the first two two-time All-Americans in program history, while Ulbrick (Fairfield, Conn.), a junior defender, becomes the eighth All-American in team history.
Fay scored a career-high 45 goals, in addition to six assists and 31 ground balls. He tied for third place in the New England Small College Athletic Conference in goals per game (3.00) and ranked ninth in points per game (3.40).
Ulbrick, a two-time All-New England First Team Defense selection, led the Bobcats in caused turnovers (20) and committed only three turnovers while collecting 27 ground balls.
Allard scored 44 goals with 21 assists and 33 ground balls this season, tying for fifth in the NESCAC in goals and ranking third in the league in points per game (4.33). He scored 149 goals in his career, ranking among the most prolific scorers in program history.
Allard wrapped up his career by playing in the USILA Division III North-South All-Star Game, scoring four goals in a 28-13 victory, with Bates' Peter Lasagna coaching the North team.