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Most Career Faceoff Wins in High School Lacrosse

by Mike Loveday

The faceoff in lacrosse is the ultimate one-on-one. It's player-versus-player and having a dominant faceoff man can change the course of a game.

A team can turn a contest into a game of make-it-take-it, so it is no surprise the faceoff has become an increasingly more aspect of the game over the years.

Here you will find a listing of the best faceoff men in boys' high school lacrosse history*. The players below won at least 65 percent of their faceoffs with at least 600 opportunities. The list is initially sorted by the most faceoff wins, then by percentage.

*based on players reported to LaxRecords.com

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Game Minimums: 7 goals; 7 assists; 10 points; 25 saves; 65% faceoffs won (min. 15 taken)
Season Minimums: 70 goals; 40 assists; 90 points; 250 saves; 65% faceoffs
Career Minimums: 100 goals, 100 assists, 200 points, 65% faceoffs (min. 600)
Team Minimums: 15 Consecutive Wins; 25 Goals Scored; 4 Overtimes

Rnk.Pct.PlayerSchoolStateYearFOWFOLFOTKGPCollege
169.74Gavin TyghPenn CharterPA2015-201911504991649Virginia
283.21TD IerlanVictorNY2013-201611352291364Albany/Yale
370.48Matt CarrGrayslake NorthIL2015-201810844541538Marquette
470.56Alex JarzembowskiDetroit Catholic CentralMI2014-20161026428145465Detroit
579.67Ashton WoodNeaseFL2015-20181019323127968Mercer
669.77Kollin VaughtCentral YorkPA2015-201810114381449UMBC
782.56Nico MattiaQueensburyNY2015-20189662041170LeMoyne
874.67Max CodyBeckmanCA2015-2018914310122466
966.28Austin BabbFoothill-Santa AnaCA2012-2015910463137385Ottawa University
1067.23Patrick FaristIndian HillOH2016-2019868423129160Barton College
1172.13Dylan FrankhouserJupiterFL2016-2019854330118468Air Force
1273.01Graham SchwartzMiddle CreekNC2016-20198363091145
1373.71Peyton SmithAthens DriveNC2013-20168272951122
1473.11Brett BoosChaparralCO2015-2018824303112763
1572.42Jack AtwoodCuyahoga Valley ChristianOH2016-2018801305110656
1674.32Stephen KellyCalvert HallMD2010-20137672651032UNC
1774.70Russell EberdingSpartaNJ2015-20187562561012
1866.05James ReillyConestogaPA2015-20187533871140Georgetown
1970.63Mason GaunttRed LionPA2014-2017743309105265
2070.08Zach MalaussenaWest OrangeFL2014-20177333131046
2175.86Max ParkerLake Highland PrepFL2011-201472923296164
2274.51Jacob Sinclair-SteevesShawsheen Valley TechMA2014-201771924696572
2373.12Tyler ThompsonJordanNC2014-201771026197152
2467.59Anton MackeyDelaware ValleyPA2015-2018707339104662
2569.81Trevor DriscollFaith LutheranNV2012-2015703304100759
2671.27Alex BeanMICDSMO2013-201669227997166
2772.31Evan VogelBucholzFL2015-201867926093961Utah
2867.00Drew LangeMillbrookNC2015-2018672331100352
2968.80Nick JonesGreater Atlanta ChristianGA2015-2018644292936
3067.05Kyle O'ConnorGeneral BrownNY2013-201664131595663
3174.07Jack CookHolmdelNJ2014-201763722386061
3275.82Shane GottbergLake NormanNC2011-201462720082779
3374.55Kyle MahoneyBerlinCT2013-201662421383738
3472.18Jake FowlerMurfreesboroTN2013-201662023985942
3576.06Bill DowdSouthern RegionalNJ2011-201461019280243
3667.82Andrew WalshBronxvilleNY2010-201260928989861
3768.99Dylan DavisTrinity PrepFL2009-201260327187458
3867.83Trey KingFort Wayne ConcordiaIN2014-201760128588656
3984.79Jack DivelyBedfordMI2014-201757410367738Cleveland State
4067.59Peyton BrayLouisville St. XavierKY2016-201855926882752Transylvania
4166.43Chandler StoneSouthwest GuilfordNC2015-201855828284059
4266.30Davis DeloachRavenwoodTN2015-201853927481351
4368.64Liam BohannonNorth PauldingGA2014-201752123875954
4476.44Dylan LowdermilkMelbourne Central CatholicFL2011-201451916067937
4575.48Nathan EllenAshleyNC2016-201851416768144Brevard
4671.89John BrewsterFranklinTN2016-201751420171537
4773.92Jack BoliauxLake ZurichIL2012-2014513181694
4868.78Salvador ValdiviaShawnee Mission EastKS2013-201651123274337
4971.65Joe DelviscoBrookfieldCT2007-200850820170936
5077.54Kagen ButlerDixie HeightsKY2013-201650414665027
5180.71Felix KnorrHowardMD2015-201850212062235Towson
5265.71Lawson BrophyCranbrook SchoolMI2016-2019502262764
5370.40John BennettHoggardNC2015-2018497209706Mount St. Mary's
5474.10Owen HillAkronNY2015-201849517366838
5569.13Curtis McKeonSt. JosephCT2008-201048621770344
5674.22Nick CapriglioneNew MilfordCT2011-201447516564052
5765.83Brendan TscherneSt. Paul'sMD2015-201747424672054Air Force
5875.64Luke PalmadessoYorktownNY2012-2014472152624Villanova
5968.17Sean KentHopewell Valley CentralNJ2011-201446921968841
6069.14Spencer MerkelNorthwest CatholicCT2015-201844820064860
6167.88Zack HandyFoothill-Santa AnaCA2009-201244621165741
6268.69Josh SmithNipmuc RegionalMA2010-201141919161038

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