Awards and Honors in Section Five
There are awards and honors for almost everything during and at the end of the season. Our database has over 7,000 records for over 2,300 athletes. On the numerous awards pages, you can see the data in many ways which can be accessed from the menu above or below.
The data only included sectional and national awards. Team awards or off-season honors are included on player pages.
League Awards by Year
Awards for Monroe County Division 1
We started collecting Monroe County League awards in 2004. The league divided into divisions in various configurations over the years. The report for Division 1 is here.
Awards for Monroe County Division 2
We started collecting Monroe County League awards in 2004. The league divided into divisions in various configurations over the years. The report for Division 2 is here.
Awards for Monroe County Division 3
We started collecting Monroe County League awards in 2004. The league divided into divisions in various configurations over the years. The league started their three-division alignment in 2006. The report for Division 3 is here.
Awards for the Finger Lakes League
We started collecting Finger Lakes League awards in 2011. The report for the Finger Lakes is here.
Awards for the GRALL
We started collecting Greater Rochester Area Lacrosse League (GRALL) awards in 2004. The report is available here.
Awards By Player
The "By Player" report lists all players who have received awards. Because it is a very large report, it is broken down by last name. The reports start here.
All Americans / All Academics
US Lacrosse has sponsored their All American awards since 1971. They determined the number of players for each region on the country and the formula has changed several times over the years. In 1993 they added the "Academic All American" awards. The requirements have changed many times over the years and the name has been changed to "All-Academic". The list of all our award winners is here.
In 2011, an All-Section Five list was established to recognize 'The Best of the Best' at the end of the season. The program was discontinued in 2017 but was reinstituted in 2019. The lists are available here.
All Tournament Teams
In 2003, All-Tournament Teams were established to recognize best performances during the various sectional tournaments. The number in each position changes slightly from year to year, but there are generally ten players and a Most Valuable Player in each class tournament. The lists are available here.
In 2017, The New York State Sportswriters Association started to publish All-State teams. There were no selections in 2020 or 2021. The lists of Section V players on the teams are available here.