Brunswick boys' lacrosse standout Cam Glover was recently chosen as one of nine All-Americans from the state of Maine. Glover, a junior, who moved this season from attack to middie, helped lead Brunswick to the Class A Final and ended up with 49 goals and 20 assists. He was named the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Player of the Year. Glover now has 127 goals and 78 assists for his career, with one year remaining.
"Cam's work ethic and desire have enabled him to succeed at all that he has endeavored," said Brunswick coach Don Glover, who also happens to be Cam's father. "Cam's an athlete who thinks team first and self second and as a result, the Dragons have continued to do well as a program. He understands the importance of 'Dragons lacrosse family,' has an exceptional lacrosse IQ and has great leadership qualities."
Cam Glover is the Dragons first All-American since John Williams in 2010. Mike Sfirri (2003), Brad Bishop (2004), Kit Smith (2007) and Max Rosner (2008 and 2009) were also previously honored.