Attack — Drew Tausen, Sr., Monarch: A Coyotes team captain, Tausen garnered Front Range League player of the year honors after striking for 45 goals and 19 assists — his 64 points landing him on all-state honorable mention.
Attack — Adam Bristow, So., Erie: Among four 20-goal scorers, Bristow also added 22 assists to finish as the Tigers scoring leader (46 points) and earn first-team Northern League honors.
Attack — Dillon Dickenson-Tooman, So., Fairview: The Knights were young overall and have plenty to look forward to, including having a 23-goal scorer in Dickenson-Tooman likely for a couple years.
Attack — Braeden Wimer, So., Monarch: Doled out 34 assists to go along with 18 goals, giving him 52 points for the 13-3 Coyotes (second only to Tausen).
Attack — Trace Norwell, Jr., Holy Family: The first-time varsity Tigers showed a lot of promise in making the 4A playoffs, and Norwell’s all-around game (35 goals, 57 ground balls, three penalties taken) was among the best in the Northern League.
Midfield — Jackson Keener, Sr., Erie: Scored multiple points in 13 of 16 games this season, including six points in a showdown with Windsor that helped propel the Tigers to the league title.
Midfield — Riley Welsch, Sr., Jefferson Academy: Helping the Jaguars make the playoffs for the first time, Welsch posted 66 points this season including a well balanced 29 goals and 37 assists.
Midfield — Tommy Miller, Jr., Fairview: Led Fairview with 39 total points and limited mistakes with just two penalties taken all season, too.
LSM — Robby Brazanskas, Jr., Monarch: A second team all-state selection, he had a very symmetrical season scoring with 11 goals and 11 assists but his work on possession (95 groundballs) stood tall.
Defense — Aidan Abram, Sr., Erie: The BoCoPreps.com player of the year helped Erie to be one of the best defensive teams in the state (just 3.57 goals allowed per game), added 54 ground balls and simply sustained his All-America reputation.
Defense — Ty Brache, Jr., Monarch: Voted second team all-state with 56 groundballs and a propensity for keeping goalie teammate Eli Korac’s circle free of bodies.
Defense — Harry Pfeiffer, So., Fairview: With Pfeiffer playing a huge role, the Knights allowed just 27 goals in Front Range League play — a large reason why they won league.
Defense — Sage Gardner, Sr., Erie: Another of Erie’s staunch senior backliners, Gardner constantly was in the face of the opposition’s top point men and made life a lot easier for goalie teammate Tim Beach.
Face-off — Tyler Gardner, Sr., Erie: A role he certainly has mastered, Gardner was credited for a .691 win percentage in 2019 which was good for 12th among players with at least 150 attempts.
Goalie — Dawson Santangelo, Jr., Dawson School: Was named the Northern League player of the year after posting 224 save and a .643 save percentage — the ninth-best in the state.
Coach of the year — Nick Mandia, Erie: With a talented defense, a top-notch goalie and plenty of experienced players, the first-year Erie coach helped the Tigers put it all together to make the second round where they lost what can only be described as a heartbreaker to eventual 4A champ Golden.
Tim Beach, Jr., Erie; Hudson Bush, So., Fairview; Tucker Catlin, Jr., Fairview; Joe Cesario, So., Jefferson Academy; Cam Cramer, Jr., Erie; Jonathan Gruener, Sr., Dawson School; Eli Korac, Sr., Monarch; Bryce Mayemura, Sr., Monarch; Brendan McKinney, Sr., Monarch; Liam O’Brien, So., Fairview; Braeden Peters, Jr., Holy Family; Ben Riecken, Jr., Monarch; Spencer Sampliner, Jr., Dawson School; Dawson Santangelo, Jr., Dawson School; Joe Sikora, Jr., Fairview; Dylan Torres, Sr., Monarch; Ben Warn, Sr., Erie.