In a little bit of a catch up from last week, Monday’s Best Lacrosse Performances feature a pair of Georgia athletes run up double-digit point totals in a win over a Florida program. Additionally, Bob Shriver wins his 500th career game as head coach of Boys’ Latin (Md.) and a host of New Jersey athletes earn spots on the Best Lacrosse Performances list.
As boys’ high school lacrosse players, teams and coaches earn a spot, and are reported, on our 2015 Best Known Lacrosse Performances list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily recap acknowledging the performance.
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On April 2, 2015, Boys’ Latin (Md.) head coach Bob Shriver earned his 500th career win with a 14-5 win over South River (Md.). Shriver, who is in his 36th year at the helm of the Baltimore program, announced his retirement effective at the end of the season. Thirty-six years ago on April 8, 1980 the new head coach at Boys’ Latin (Md.) defeated a Severna Park (Md.) team 9-7 to earn Bob Shriver his first career high school lacrosse victory.
In the same game, senior Nathan Solomon totaled 10 points on five goals and five assists. This is the fourth time this season that Nathan has earned a spot on the Most Points in a Game list. He is tied with his brother Nicky for the top spot with 15 points.
Sean Statlander scored seven goals for Morris Knolls (N.J.) in a 14-12 loss to A.L. Johnson (N.J.) on April 2.