The National Lacrosse League has announced the All-Pro & All-Rookie Teams for the 2017 season.
The First Team All-Pro lineup consists of forwards Lyle Thompson, Mark Matthews and Corey Small; transition player Brodie Merrill, defenseman Jason Noble and goaltender Dillon Ward.
The Second Team All-Pro lineup consists of forwards Curtis Dickson, Kevin Crowley and Shayne Jackson; transition player Jay Thorimbert, defenseman Graeme Hossack and goaltender Mike Poulin.
The All-Rookie Team lineup consists of forwards Tom Schreiber, Kyle Jackson and Josh Currier; defensemen Latrell Harris, Mike Messenger and Joel Coyle.
All-Pro First Team
Lyle Thompson – Georgia Swarm – Forward
Mark Matthews – Saskatchewan Rush – Forward
Corey Small – Vancouver Stealth – Forward
Jason Noble – Georgia Swarm – Defense
Brodie Merrill – Toronto Rock – Transition
Dillon Ward – Colorado Mammoth – Goalie
All-Pro Second Team
Curtis Dickson – Calgary Roughnecks – Forward
Kevin Crowley – New England Black Wolves – Forward
Shayne Jackson – Georgia Swarm – Forward
Graeme Hossack – Rochester Knighthawks – Defense
Jay Thorimbert – New England Black Wolves – Transition
Mike Poulin – Georgia Swarm – Goalie
Tom Schreiber – Toronto Rock – Forward
Kyle Jackson – Rochester Knighthawks – Forward
Josh Currier – Rochester Knighthawks – Forward
Latrell Harris – Toronto Rock – Defense
Mike Messenger – Saskatchewan Rush – Defense
Joel Coyle – New England Black Wolves – Defense
About the National Lacrosse League
The National Lacrosse League (NLL) is North America’s premier professional indoor lacrosse league. Founded in 1986, the NLL ranks third in average attendance for pro indoor sports worldwide, behind only the NHL and NBA. The League comprises nine franchises across the United States and Canada: Buffalo Bandits, Calgary Roughnecks, Colorado Mammoth, Georgia Swarm, New England Black Wolves, Rochester Knighthawks, Saskatchewan Rush, Toronto Rock and Vancouver Stealth. The 2017 NLL regular season, commemorating the League’s 31st year, ended on June 10, 2017 with the Georgia Swarm winning the Champion’s Cup. For more information, visit NLL.com and find the NLL on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.