Lacrosse Magazine announced its Division III All-America team and Denison was well represented on the exclusive list. Senior Austin Campbell was named as one of 13 Division III All-Americans and was the lone long stick midfielder named to the squad. Veteran head coach Mike Caravana was also named the Division III Coach of the Year.
Denison is coming off a 19-1 season in 2014 that set new program marks for wins, goals (320), assists (189), and points (509). Caravana was named to NCAC Coach of the Year, as five of his players were named to the USILA All-American team. After racing through the regular season with a 15-0 record, Denison would win two NCAC Tournament games, and a pair of NCAA Tournament games before falling to eventual national runner-up, Salisbury, in the quarterfinals. Caravana boasts a career record of 227-82 and owns a stellar .734 winning percentage.
Campbell, who was also named to the USILA All-American team for the second time in his career, repeated as NCAC Defensive Player of the Year. He scored five goals and added five assists while leading the team in caused turnovers and was second in ground balls.