Mike D’Amario has been named a US Lacrosse All-American for the second time

Niskayuna senior Mike D’Amario has been named a US Lacrosse All-American for the second time, making the Virginia-bound attackman the sixth Silver Warrior to attain that honor.

D’Amario scored 82 goals, one shy of the Niskayuna record, and added 38 assists for the state Class A semifinalists. As a junior, he piled up 72 goals and 44 assists.

Niskayuna’s previous two-time All-America selections were Luke Goldstock (attack, 2012-13), Dan McKinney (midfield, 2008-09), Noah Fossner (goalkeeper, 2005-06), Mark Bryan (midfield, 2004-05) and Dan Newman (defense, 1996-97).

Niskayuna junior midfielder Aidan O’Brien, Shenendehowa senior attackman Kyle Marr, Ballston Spa senior defensive midfielder Kyle Abdellatif and Schenectady junior goalkeeper James Schnepf also earned US Lacrosse All-America nods.O’Brien led Niskayuna with 48 assists to go with 32 goals. Marr led Section II with 56 assists and scored 46 times. Marr tied the Shenendehowa record with eight assists against Ballston Spa in the Class A semifinals.

Niskayuna attacker Mike D’Amario  moves past Lakeland -Panas Jimmy Flanerty in the Class A Regional final held at SUNY at Albany on Saturday afternoon.

Niskayuna attacker Mike D’Amario moves past Lakeland -Panas Jimmy Flanerty in the Class A Regional final held at SUNY at Albany on Saturday afternoon.