Four Charlotte Hounds have been named to the Major League Lacrosse All-Star team, which was announced by the league on Tuesday.
The four are defensemen Ryan Flanagan and Brett Schmidt, defensive midfielder Kevin Drew and attackman Matt Danowski.
The 24 MLL players selected will compete against Team USA at 7:30 p.m. on June 26 at historic Harvard Stadium in Boston.
The team will be coached by Chesapeake Bayhawks coach David Cottle. New York Lizards coach Joe Spallina will serve as his assistant.
The MLL team, position-by-position:
Goalies: Jordan Burke (Boston), Brett Queener (Florida)
Face Off: Anthony Kelly (Denver), John Ortolani (Rochester)
Defensemen: Ryan Flanagan (Charlotte), Mike Manley (Rochester), Brett Schmidt (Charlotte), Kyle Sweeney (Boston)
Defensive Midfielders: Steve DeNapoli (New York), Kevin Drew (Charlotte), Kevin Unterstein (New York)
Long Stick Midfielders: Brodie Merrill (Boston), Michael Simon (Denver), Joel White (Rochester)
Midfielders: Peter Baum (Ohio), Kevin Crowley (Florida), Tom Schreiber (Ohio), Jeremy Sieverts (Denver), Justin Turri (Rochester), Joe Walters (Chesapeake)
Attackmen: Matt Danowski (Charlotte), Eric Law (Denver), Logan Schuss (Ohio), Drew Westervelt (Chesapeake)
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