Six members of the MIAA champion Hope College men’s lacrosse team have received all-region recognition from the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association for the 2022 season.

Two Flying Dutchmen were first-team selections: senior goalie Ian Bosman and senior attacker Jack Radzville.

Two were second-team honorees: senior long stick midfielder Brayden Blackburn and senior midfielder Ethan Pinto.

Two were honorable mention: senior defenseman Andrew Conlon and sophomore attacker Michael Mann.

Bosman (Centennial, Colorado / Cherry Creek HS) posted a 14-2 record in goal this season with a 7.42 goals against average and a 60.9 save percentage.

Radzville (Brighton, Michigan / Brighton) totaled a team-high 90 points in 15 games this season with 55 goals and 35 assists. Radzville was selected the MIAA’s Most Valuable Offensive Player by the league’s coaches.

Blackburn (Muskegon, Michigan / Reeths Puffer) shared team-high honors with 22 caused turnovers while also collecting 60 ground balls. Blackburn was selected the MIAA’s Most Valuable Defensive Player by the league’s coaches.

Pinto (Caledonia, Michigan / Caledonia) collected 10 points in 10 games with nine goals and one assist.

Conlon (East Grand Rapids, Michigan / East Grand Rapids HS) tied for the team lead with 22 caused turnovers in 18 games.

Mann (Plymouth, Michigan / Detroit Jesuit) shared the team lead with 90 points, including 50 goals and a team-best 40 assists.