Maryland long stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt and midfielder John Haus were among the first-team All-America selections by the USILA.
Bernhardt had four goals, three assists, 25 caused turnovers and 59 groundballs as a senior for Maryland. He was a second-team selection last season.
Haus had 18 goals and 10 assists while starting all 14 games for the Terrapins (10-4). He was an honorable mention All-America pick the last two years.
Among the other first team picks locally were defensemen Tucker Durkin (Johns Hopkins) an Joe Fletcher (Loyola). Durkin was the Schmeisser Award last year as the nation's top defenseman. Fletcher is the first Loyola player to earn first-team honors since 2001.
The full rundown of players in Maryland/D.C./Virginia on the USILA All-America teams
LSM Jesse Bernhardt, Maryland (2nd team-2012)
D Tucker Durkin, Johns Hopkins (1st-2012, 2nd-2011)
D Joe Fletcher, Loyola (HM-2012)
M John Haus, Maryland (HM-2012, HM-2011)
G Niko Amato, Maryland (HM-2012)
M Mike Chanenchuk, Maryland (2nd-2010)
D Michael Ehrhardt, Maryland
D Scott McWilliams, Virginia (HM-2012)
FO Mike Poppleton, Johns Hopkins
LSM Scott Ratliff, Loyola (3rd-2012)
M Matt White, Virginia
A Mark Cockerton, Virginia
M Rob Emery, Virginia
G Goran Murray, Maryland (HM-2012)
D Reid Acton, Loyola (HM-2012)
G Pierce Bassett, Johns Hopkins (HM-2012, 2nd-2011)
M Davis Butts, Loyola (HM-2012)
M Landon Carr, Maryland
A Thomas DeNapoli, Towson
M Josh Hawkins, Loyola (HM-2012)
D Chris Lightner, Johns Hopkins
A Nick O'Reilly, Virginia
A Mike Sawyer, Loyola (2nd-2012, HM-2011)
A Wells Stanwick, Johns Hopkins
A Justin Ward, Loyola
G Andrew Wascavage, Towson
--- Patrick Stevens