Evan Lyon Named All-American, Four Tigers Tabbed All-Section

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North Allegheny senior midfielder Evan Lyon has been named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American for an outstanding performance during the 2024 season. In addition to receiving All-American laurels, Lyon was also named All-WPIAL and headlines a list of four Tigers who were tabbed first-team all-section and three who were named All-WPIAL.

Receiving All-Section 2-AAA recognition for the black and gold were Lyon, junior goalie Logan Lyle, junior defenseman Colman Craft and junior attack Travis Lamark. Lyle and Craft were also named All-WPIAL.

Lyon, a Rochester Institute of Technology commit, leads the Tigers this season with 62 goals in addition to 14 assists and 81 ground balls. He surpassed the 100-goal plateau for his career on May 1 against Seneca Valley and currently has 121 tallies in a Tigers uniform.

Lyle, a St. John’s University commit, has 117 saves this season and has amassed 348 for his career. Craft, a talented long-stick defenseman aided Lyle in shutting down opponents on the back and end and added three goals. Lamark is an offensive spark plug with 37 goals, third most on the team, and 74 for his career.

All four players have played a pivotal role in North Allegheny’s success this season and the team’s appearance in the WPIAL championship. The Tigers will begin their quest for a state title on June 4 in the opening round of the PIAA playoffs.