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Best Faceoff Percentage in a Game

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 percentage in boys' high school lacrosse game*. The players below won at least 80 percent of their faceoffs with at least 25 opportunities.

*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

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RPct.PlayerCl.High SchoolOpponentSt.DateYearWLTK
185.29Jack GregorySt. Peter's Prep (N.J.)Morristown (N.J.)NJApr-24201829534
293.55Stu PollardSt. Margaret's Episcopal (Calif.)Foothill (Calif.)CAMay-8201929231
390.63Ryan CulpCardinal O'Hara (Pa.)Archbishop Carroll (Pa.)PAMay-22201929332
487.50Drew SnelbakerYork Catholic (Pa.)Archbishop Carroll (Pa.)PAMay-29201828432
596.55Will FrithJr.Hilton Head (S.C.)Creekside (Fla.)SCMar-1201928129
693.33Connor QuinnSr.Los Altos (Calif.)Carlmont (Calif.)CAMar-19201928230
7100.00Ryan CulpCardinal O'Hara (Pa.)Father Judge (Pa.)PAApr-11201827027
890.00Matt CarrSr.Grayslake North (Ill.)St. John Paul IIILMar-26201827330
996.43Adam OldratiGarnet Valley (Pa.)Marple Newtown (Pa.)PAApr-9201927128
1092.86Graham SchwartzSr.Middle Creek (N.C.)Broughton (N.C.)NCFeb-26201926228
1183.87Andrew VenutoJr.Egg Harbor (N.J.)Haddon Township (N.J.)NJApr-10201926531
1283.87Harris KhawajaJr.North Brunswick (N.J.)Lawrence (N.J.)NJApr-13201926531
1386.67Josh O'LearySo.St. John Vianney (N.J.)Neptune (N.J.)NJApr-24201926430
1483.87Garrett CarneyPleasantville (N.Y.)Henry Hudson (N.Y.)NYMay-2201926531
15100.00Garret PistinerSr.Western-Davie (Fla.)West Broward (Fla.)FLApr-18201926026
1696.30Garrett MeuninckJr.Starr's Mill (Ga.)Benedictine (Ga.)GAMay-7201926127
1792.59Andrew TyeryarSt. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.)Hill Academy (Ontario)VAMar-13201825227
1892.59Kollin VaughtJr.Central York (Pa.)West York Area (Pa.)PAApr-25201725227
1989.29Kollin VaughtSr.Central York (Pa.)Red Lion (Pa.)PAApr-6201825328
2089.29Hugo SpencerHanover Park (N.J.)Parsippany Hills (N.J.)NJApr-28201825328
2186.21Kollin VaughtSr.Central York (Pa.)Dallastown (Pa.)PAMay-9201825429
2296.15Macon SumnerJr.Hoggard (N.C.)North Brunswick (N.C.)NCMar-5201925126
2396.15Macon SumnerJr.Hoggard (N.C.)South Brunswick (N.C.)NCMar-6201925126
2496.15Sean O'BrienShore (N.J.)St. Rose (N.J.)NJApr-24201925126
2589.29Nick RamsaySr.Hun School (N.J.)Bergen Catholic (N.J.)NJMay-13201925328
2696.15Garrett MeuninckJr.Starr's Mill (Ga.)McIntosh (Ga.)GAApr-25201925126
2789.29James MeekJr.Rutgers Prep (N.J.)Newark Academy (N.J.)NJMay-22201925328
2888.89Dylan FarleyFr.Westminster (Ga.)Carrollton (Ga.)GAFeb-28201824327
2992.31Brett ReynoldsJr.Chapel Hill (N.C.)Southern Alamance (N.C.)NCMar-5201924226
3080.00Matt LowtherNanuet (N.Y.)Suffern (N.Y.)NYMar-20201924630
3192.31Macon SumnerJr.Hoggard (N.C.)Topsail (N.C.)NCMar-22201924226
3280.00Jake SpaniakWest Chester Rustin (Pa.)Appoquinimink (Del.)PAMar-25201924630
3385.71Luke CeneriFr.Clifton (N.J.)Waldwick (N.J.)NJApr-18201924428
3488.89Anderson NailFr.Dunwoody (Ga.)Grayson (Ga.)GAApr-15201924327
3585.71Matthew LowtherNanuet (N.Y.)Pearl River (N.Y.)NYMay-2201924428
3688.46Jacob JaroszSevern School (Md.)Severna Park (Md.)MDMar-29201823326
3788.46Kollin VaughtSr.Central York (Pa.)York Suburban (Pa.)PAMar-29201823326
3885.19Kollin VaughtJr.Central York (Pa.)York Catholic (Pa.)PAMay-12201723427
3982.14Petey LaSalllaRocky Point (N.Y.)Westhampton (N.Y.)NYApr-27201823528
4082.14Chris ArceriSmithtown East (N.Y.)Whitman (N.Y.)NYMay-10201823528
4182.14Dan TemponeHolmdel (N.J.)Red Bank Catholic (N.J.)NJMar-29201923528
4285.19Tyler CarrollSo.Cuthbertson (N.C.)Parkwood (NC.)NCApr-18201923427
4388.46Harry GregorySr.Morristown-Beard (N.J.)Newark Academy (N.J.)NJMay-13201923326
4488.46Garrett MeuninckJr.Starr's Mill (Ga.)Centennial (Ga.)GAApr-27201923326
4584.62Dane ArmstrongSo.Pope John (N.J.)Blair (N.J.)NJMay-2201822426
4681.48Jack RogersSr.Grandview (Colo.)Dakota Ridge (Colo.)COApr-3201922527
4784.62Andrew VenutoJr.Egg Harbor (N.J.)Lower Cape May (N.J.)NJApr-5201922426
4884.62A.J. KiernanSachem East (N.Y.)Longwood (N.Y.)NYApr-23201922426
4981.48Dylan FrankhouserSr.Jupiter (Fla.)Cardinal Mooney (Fla.)FLMay-3201922527
5080.77Mike McSheaSr.Radnor (Pa.)Garnet Valley (Pa.)PAMay-8201821526
5180.77Trevor MacklesFr.Princeton Day (N.J.)Robbinsville (N.J.)NJMay-7201921526

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