Among the 23 student-athletes spanning both the first and second teams, Cimini and Ferguson were the only representatives from the Pilgrim Lacrosse League. This marks the second-straight season that Cimini earned the regional honor, while Ferguson was recognized for the first time in his career.
Cimini anchored a defense that ranked 15th in the country in scoring defense, allowing just 6.22 goals per contest. The West Hartford, Conn. native led the team with 32 caused turnovers and scooped up 45 ground balls, which was second best on the squad. In addition, the senior was named to the all-conference first team for the second-consecutive season.
A native of Mamaroneck, N.Y., Ferguson continued to be a strong offensive weapon on Springfield's first midfield line. This season, he led the team with 39 goals while producing 52 points. He also added 32 ground balls and had eight games with at least three points, including a five-goal effort in the NCAA Championship first round versus Stevens.