W&L Men's Lax Claims Two USILA Scholar All-Americans

W&L Men's Lax Claims Two USILA Scholar All-Americans

PERRY, N.Y. -- The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) announced its 2010 Scholar All-America team on Wednesday morning and among those honored were Washington and Lee seniors Kevin Feeney (Summit, N.J./Summit) and Will Keigler (Timonium, Md./Gilman).

The USILA Scholar All-America program recognized 70 players from Division I, II and III schools who maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and meet one of the following other criterias: Be an outstanding senior lacrosse player; be selected to a North-South Senior All-Star roster; or be a member of the USILA All-America team.

The two selections to the 2010 Scholar All-America team bring W&L’s all-time total to 24 players honored since the program began in 1989.

An attackman and business administration major, Keigler received the honor after starting all 17 games during the 2010 season and leading the team in scoring with 63 points on 29 goals and 34 assists.  A First Team All-ODAC, Honorable Mention All-America pick and North-South All-Star selection this spring, he completed his career ranked sixth on the school’s all-time scoring list with 212 points.  He also finished third all-time in assists (110) and is one of just four players in school history with more than 100 goals (102) and 100 assists.  Keigler was a First Team All-ODAC and USILA Honorable Mention All-America pick following the 2009 season.

Feeney also majored in business administration and was selected to the Scholar All-America team after receiving First Team All-ODAC honors and being selected to the North-South game as a midfielder.  He finished fourth in the conference in faceoff percentage (85-147, .578) and tallied 13 points on 12 goals and one assist.  For his career, Feeney totaled 29 goals and six assists and he ranks second all-time with a .645 career faceoff percentage.

Washington and Lee finished the 2010 season with an 11-6 overall record and a 4-3 ODAC mark. The Generals advanced to the semifinals of the ODAC Tournament before falling to Roanoke College.