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MUNDORF, KIMENER EARN USILA ALL AMERICA HONORS; MUNDORF SELECTED BY MLL'S DENVER OUTLAWS
Terry Kimener is the first UMBC sophomore to earn All America honors since Chris Turner won the first of his three awards in 1997
UMBC senior lacrosse standout Brendan Mundorf was selected to the STX/USILA All America squad as a member of the Third Team attack unit. He was joined as an All American by sophomore midfielder Terry Kimener, who earned Honorable Mention recognition. On May 31, Mundorf was selected in the second round (21st overall) of the Major Lacrosse League collegiate draft by the Denver Outlaws. It is Mundorf’s second consecutive All America citation and the Mt. St. Joseph’s product becomes the first Retriever to earn back-to-back honors since attackman/midfielder Dan Marohl in 1999 and 2000. He becomes one of only seven Retrievers to earn multiple honors at the Division I level and is UMBC’s first “team” selection since attackman Chris Turner earned Third Team honors in 1999. Mundorf earned back-to-back Player of the Year honors in the America East Conference and finished his career as the sixth-leading scorer in school history with 112 goals, 73 assists and 185 total points.Kimener was one of the nation’s top scorers at midfield, as he posted 24 goals and 17 assists, an increase of 34 points from his freshman campaign. The native of Oakton, Virginia is UMBC’s first sophomore to earn All America status since Turner was selected in 1997. It is the first time that two or more Retrievers have earned All American accoldades since four members of the 1999 team (Turner, goalkeeper Andrew Hampson, defender Jason Quenzer, Dan Marohl) were honored. The 2006 Retrievers won ten games (10-5) and earned a bid to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1999.