Tom Peace, the Recruiting Coordinator for Harford Community College men’s and women’s lacrosse, attended the Mason Dixon Showcase Tuesday, June 12.
In addition to the usual Stylax Stat Leader update, today also includes some highlights from the players included on the list. This includes Dylan Wolfe and John Collier figuring in a majority of their team’s goals on Friday.
High School: Manheim Township (Lancaster) State: Pennsylvania Years Played: 2004-2007 College: Towson Tim Stratton finished his high school lacrosse career as the all-time point leader in Pennsylvania history. The two-sport…
Baltimore, Md. – Under Armour®, Inc. and Corrigan Sports Enterprises announced today the rosters of boys who will represent the Philadelphia region at the 2017 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament.…
Under Armour announced the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament roster that will make up the Philadelphia boys team this July. The Underclass Tournament is part of the Under Armour All-America weekend, which features 88 of the nation’s best high school senior boys and girls facing off July 2 at Towson’s Johnny Unitas Stadium.
Montgomery (New Jersey) senior, Matt Stagnitta was among the nation’s leading assist men as he helped his team to a first-round playoff victory on Wednesday. Also today, Bergen Catholic senior Dwayne Mattushik posts his name among Wednesday’s best known point men.
Today is a pretty big update with players from Weddington (N.C.) and Bellarmine Prep (Wash.) leading the goal-scoring charge. Upper Dublin (Pa.) senior Michael Sowers continues his stellar season by crossing the 500 point mark. Mannheim Township (Pa.) and Christ School (N.C.) both earn spots on the Most Goals in a Game list.
Mannheim Township (Pa.) attackman Sean Curcio topped today’s Best Known Lacrosse Performances in a 19-1 win. Also in today’s Daily Best Known Performances, Carlos Clavijo gets closer to the Florida state record and several players tally 10 goals and 20 saves in a game.
Nicky Galasso played at West Islip (N.Y.) before moving on to UNC and Syracuse. Nathan Solomon scored more than 600 points in his high school career. Photo by: Syracuse Athletics…