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Following Baltimore's Top Lacrosse Players

March 21, 2016
PressBox tracks how some of the area's top high school lacrosse players from the past few years are faring at the collegiate level.

Stephen Kelly 
High School: Calvert Hall
College: North Carolina
Position: Midfield 
Notes: During an 18-2 rout of Manhattan March 14, Kelly went 16-for-16 on faceoffs, setting the single-game program record for most draw wins with at least 10 attempts. He also scooped up a team-high nine ground balls and scored his first goal of the season. Five days later, he won 17-of-23 faceoffs and collected a team-leading seven ground balls during a 15-6 victory against Richmond. 
Up Next: The Tar Heels host Maryland March 26 before traveling to Duke April 1. 

Ryan Brown
High School: Calvert Hall 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Senior 
Position: Attack
Notes: Brown scored one goal, dished out an assist, picked up two ground balls and caused one turnover during an 11-10 overtime win against Syracuse March 19. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays play at Virginia March 27. 

Shack Stanwick
High School: Boys' Latin 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Sophomore
Positon: Attack
Notes: Stanwick tallied two helpers and a ground ball during the victory against Syracuse. 

Caroline Federico
High School: Maryvale Prep
College: Johns Hopkins
Year: Junior
Position: Goalie
Notes: Federico stopped 7-of-18 shots and caused one turnover during a 12-11 win against Vanderbilt March 16. Three days later, she saved 14-of-18 shots, scooped up two ground balls and caused one turnover during a 10-4 victory against Georgetown. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays host Stanford March 23 and Furman March 26. 

Colin Heacock
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Heacock scored two goals during a 10-7 win against Albany March 16. 
Up Next: The Terps head south for a March 26 game against North Carolina.

Megan Whittle 
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Whittle notched two goals, one ground ball and caused one turnover during a 14-4 victory against Florida March 19. 
Up Next: The Terps travel to Penn March 23 before returning home to host James Madison March 26. 

Mikey Wynne 
High School: St. Paul's
College: Notre Dame
Year: Sophomore 
Position: Attack
Notes: Wynne recorded one goal, two ground balls and caused one turnover during an 8-7 overtime win against Virginia March 19. 
Up Next: The Irish hit the road for a matchup at Ohio State March 26. 

Steph Lazo 
High School: St. Mary's 
College: Penn State 
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Lazo dished out a season-high seven assists during a 14-10 victory against Princeton March 16. Four days later, she picked up two assists and one ground ball during a 16-10 loss to Stanford. 
Up Next: The Nittany Lions return to action with a home game against Drexel April 30. 

Joe Seider 
High School: Hereford
College: Towson
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Seider contributed one goal, one assist and picked up one ground ball during a 15-6 win against Furman March 19.  
UP Next: Towson welcomes Binghamton to town March 26.  

Molly Wolf 
High School: Bryn Mawr
College: Loyola 
Year: Senior
Positon: Goalkeeper
Notes: Wolf stopped 3-of-6 shots, caused one turnover and picked up one ground ball in a little more than one half of play during a 14-6 victory against American March 15. Four days later, she stonewalled 10-of-12 shots during an 8-2 victory against Navy to help get eighth-year head coach Jen Adams her 100th career win. 
Up Next: The Greyhounds play at Georgetown March 22 and continue their road trip with a contest at Boston University March 26.

Deemer Class
High School: Loyola Blakefield 
College: Duke 
Year: Senior 
Position: Midfield
Notes: Class chipped in with four goals, one assist and one ground ball during a 20-6 romping of Georgetown March 19.  
Up Next: The Blue Devils host Air Force March 22 and Syracuse March 26.