Edison, N.J. - VMI's Stephen Robarge was named to the third team at face-off for the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America teams released in May 2012. Siena's Bryan Neufeld was named honorable mention at Attack.
Robarge, a native of Lorton, Va. was named one of two face-off specialists on the third team, securing the highest All-America spot in program and MAAC history.
There is currently no active player who has collected more groundballs than Robarge in Division I lacrosse, who tallied 415 in his time at VMI. At the face-off X, Robarge is ranked third in Division I in career percentage, winning 670 of his 1,067 draws.
Robarge led the conference in groundballs per game picking up a total of 127 while still adding six goals for his team. He was selected 44th in the 2012 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft by the Denver Outlaws and was the recipient of the MAAC Face-Off Specialist of the Year award two years in a row.
Neufeld, a native of Virgil, Ontario, received honorable mention for the USILA All-America teams. Neufeld led the MAAC in goals with 40 and points with 65. He was ranked third in assists with 25 on the season and won MAAC Offensive Player of the Year two times during his career at Siena.
Neufeld currently holds the MAAC record for total career points, a record he broke earlier this season playing against the University of Albany.