Gettysburg College landed five student-athletes on the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Division III All-Mid-Atlantic Region Team.
Juniors Michael McCormick and Mitch Wykoff were each named to the second team, while senior Andrew Garstka, sophomore Andrew Horn and freshman Scott MacMillan were all honorable mention selections.
McCormick started all 19 games and finished second on the team in goals (35), assists (28), and points (63), while establishing personal bests in all three categories. The junior midfielder also posted 20 ground balls and seven caused turnovers. He tallied a point in each of the team’s first 17 games, including a career-high seven against Goucher. McCormick scored the game-winning goal with 15 seconds remaining against No. 16 Washington and Lee and finished that contest with three goals and three assists. He was also named All-America Second Team and All-Centennial Conference First Team this season.
Wykoff earned his second-straight all-region nod after landing first-team recognition in 2018. A second-team All-American in each of the last two campaigns, the junior defenseman led the team with 92 ground balls and finished second with 23 caused turnovers over 19 games. He also tallied nine goals, marking a new program record for goals by a defenseman. Wykoff racked up nine ground balls and two caused turnovers in the team’s season-opening win over Messiah and he posted two goals, five ground balls, and three caused turnovers against No. 19 Stevenson. He was named to the USILA Division III Team of the Week on two occasions this season.
Garstka added his first regional selection to a 2019 resume that included All-America Honorable Mention and All-CC First Team. The senior midfielder finished third on the team in assists (22), fourth in points (42), and fifth (tied) in goals (20). He also scooped 25 ground balls. Garstka tossed in multiple goals in five outings, including four in a regular-season victory over No. 14 Dickinson. A two-time All-American and two-time all-conference pick, Garstka closed his career with 72 goals and 32 assists in 73 games.
Horn paired with Wykoff to give the Bullets a formidable defensive line this spring. The transfer from the University of Vermont started all 19 games and finished with a team-best 25 caused turnovers. He ranked second on the team with 66 ground balls and contributed offensively with three goals and four assists. Horn racked up seven ground balls and four caused turnovers in a win at Eastern. He combined with Wykoff to form the best defense in the Centennial with a goals against average of 9.49.
A first-team all-conference goalkeeper, MacMillan finished atop the Centennial Conference with a GAA of 9.39 in his debut season. He started all 19 contests and logged 181 saves and a save percentage of 51.3. The first-year keeper put up double-figure saves 10 times, including a season-high 13 in wins over No. 19 Stevenson and Haverford College. MacMillan racked up 10 saves and allowed a season-low two goals in a 14-3 victory over Swarthmore College.