Compitello, a senior from Hauppage, N.Y., was a two-time first-team all-America East attackman. Compitello scored 35 points in his senior season, tallying 17 goals and 18 assists. He ranked in the top ten in America East in both scoring (Tied 8th - 2.69 ppg) and assists (Tied 5th - 1.38 apg). Compitello was an honorable mention All-American in his junior year.
Rand finished his collegiate career as one of the top face-off specialists in the nation. As a senior, Rand was named the second-team all-America East face-off man and an honorable mention All-America nod. The Niantic, Conn., native won 59.5 percent of his faceoffs this season. As a junior, Rand was a first-team All-American. He is currently third in NCAA history in career faceoff wins and second all-time in attempts.
Trenkle had a breakout year as a season for the Seawolves. The senior scored 20 goals and added nine assists in his final campaign. Trenkle, from Commack, N.Y., started all 14 games in 2011 and was named a first-team all-conference midfielder.
Fallon, a native of Lowell, Mass., was the first-team all-conference face-off specialist in 2011. He led America East in ground balls (9.29 per game) and boasted a .627 face-off percentage. As a junior, Fallon led the nation in face-off percentage and ground balls. Fallon led the Hawks to their first America East Championship and was named the America East Tournament's Most Outstanding Player after winning 26-of-43 draws and picking up 26 ground balls in the tournament.
Harkey, the lone America East representative on the South team, appeared in all 13 of UMBC's games as a senior. The native of Purcellville, Va., scored one goal and dished out one assist in his final season with the Retrievers. He also won 31 draws, picked up 19 ground balls and caused four turnovers from his midfield position.