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All-LaxRecords Second Team

by Mike Loveday
Danny McMinn from Briar Woods (Va.).

The 2019 All-LaxRecords Team is not another All-America team. Instead, this team is players who set either national, state or team records as reported to LaxRecords.com during the 2019 season.

The goal of selecting this team is to highlight some of the best performances from the 2019 season and the player’s careers. So much focus is placed on where a player is playing in college, sometimes the players who are not big-name recruits fly under-the-radar and have stellar careers. This team celebrates those performances.

2019 All-LaxRecords Second Team

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Graham Blake, , (Calif.)
The Harvard commit finished his career with 400 career points, which places him 3rd on the California scoring list. He is No. 1 in state history with 217 career assists, passing Frankie Hattler (Sacred Heart Prep) who set the record in 2014.

Patrick Farist from Indian Hill. Photo courtesy Indian Hill Lacrosse

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Farist won 1,068 face-offs in his career, which places him fourth all-time. The Barton College commit won 67 percent of his chances and is behind Gavin Tygh (Virginia), TD Ierlan (Yale) and Matt Carr (Marquette) for the most wins in a high school career. He helped the Braves to a 17-5 record this season.

Dylan Frankhouser from Jupiter (Fla.).

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The senior helped his team to the state championship game for the second-straight year after winning 85 percent of his face-offs this season. Frankhouser won 330 faceoffs in addition to scooping up 195 ground balls, dished out 11 assists and scored eight goals. He finished his high school career third among known-and-reported players for the most faceoffs won in a career with 954. The Air Force commit won 74 percent of his opportunities in his career. He is a two-time US Lacrosse All-American in addition to being named Palm Beach Post and Sun-Sentinel Lacrosse Player of the Year.

Wyatt Fruland of Indian Hill (Ohio). Photo courtesy Indian Hill lacrosse

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Fruland is fourth on Ohio’s all-time scoring list after totaling 354 career points. His 224 career goals put him among the state’s Top 10 scorers of all time.

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Hart torched the Colorado save record, finishing with 812 career saves. He made 165 saves during his senior year to break the previous record held by Grant Osterlund (Lewis Palmer), which was set in 2014.

Joey Kamish from Detroit Catholic Central (Mich.).

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Kamish finished among Michigan’s Top 10 scorers of all time with 337 career points. The senior was named Michigan’s Mr. Lacrosse after a senior year in which he scored 127 points for a DCC team that reached the state championship game for the second-straight year.

Tanyr Krummenacher from Saline (Mich.). Photo courtesy Saline lacrosse

Tanyr Krummenacher, Sr., Saline (Mich.), A
Krummenacher is No. 4 on Michigan’s all-time scoring list after totaling 111 points on 59 goals and 52 assists this season. The Amherst commit finished with 410 career points. His 240 career assists places him No. 1 on Michigan’s assist list - passing Bryce clay (Forest Hills Central) for the distinction.

MJ McMahon from Cardinal Mooney (Fla.). Photo courtesy Cardinal Mooney lacrosse

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McMahon completed his career among Florida’s best scorers with 410 career points. He is Top 10 all-time and is 5th with 235 career goals. He helped Mooney to a 21-2 record with 109 points this season. The Utah commit helped his team to the state semifinals this season.

Danny McMinn from Briar Woods (Va.).

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McMinn became Virginia’s No. 1 assist leader after finishing his senior season with 232 career assists. He is the second player in state history to have passed 200 assists. He helped lead to three state titles and is among the state’s Top 10 scorers of all-time with 335 career points.

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Taylor Musa, Sr., (Va.), A
Musa became only the fourth player in Virginia history to surpass 400 career points. He broke the state record for most goals in a career with 272 - passing Bobby Solomon (Woodson) who set the record in 2018. He helped to its second 4A championship in three years after scoring 107 points this season.

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Pistiner became Florida’s all-time faceoff win leader this season with 1,022 career victories. He helped the Wildcats to an 18-4 record. He became the second-known player in Florida history to surpass 1,000 career wins - passing previous leader Ashton Wood (Nease) by three victories.

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Potter wrapped up a stellar career at Harland with a 134 point season. He is among the state’s Top 10 scorers of all-time with 347 career points and 144 assists and among the Top 15 with 203 goals.

Graham Schwartz from Middle Creek (N.C.) reached 800 career faceoff wins against Weddington (N.C.). Photo courtesy Middle Creek lacrosse

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Schwartz took over the state lead with 944 career faceoff victories. He will attempt to walk-on at North Carolina next season after helping to back-to-back state championship games and a berth in state semifinals this year. Schwartz won 73.58 percent of his chances over four years.

Ben Starkey from Padua Franciscian (Ohio). Photo courtesy Padua Franciscian

Ben Starkey, Sr., (Ohio), A
The Robert Morris commit wrapped up his career as Ohio’s No. 2 scorer of all-time. Starkey is No. 1 for the most goals in a career with 260, breaking Augustus Stewart’s (Summit Country Day) record of 256 that was set in 2013. He scored 368 points, which puts him behind only (St. Xavier).

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Suratt set the national record for most goals in a season with 142. He broke the Indiana state record for most goals in a career by 19 to finish with 343. The Maryville commit is third on the state’s all-time scoring list with 440 points, passing former standout by 19 points.

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