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Following Baltimore's Top Lacrosse Players

April 4, 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.

Shack Stanwick 
High School: Boys' Latin 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Stanwick scored one goal and dished out a team-high five assists during a 19-7 rout of crosstown rival UMBC March 30. Three days later, he scored two goals, dished out two assists and scooped up two ground balls during a 16-9 loss to Rutgers. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays host Ohio State April 9. 

Ryan Brown
High School: Calvert Hall 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Senior 
Position: Attack
Notes: Brown netted a team-best four goals to go with two helpers and one ground ball during the rout of UMBC. Three days later, he netted a team-high four goals to go with three ground balls during the loss to Rutgers.  

Julia Collins
High School: River Hill 
College: Navy
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Collins amassed a team-leading four goals to go with one caused turnover during an 11-5 victory against Lehigh March 30. Three days later, she amassed a team-high five goals to go with one assist, one ground ball and one caused turnover during an 11-5 win against Army. 
Up Next: The Midshipmen welcome Virginia April 6 and Colgate April 9. 

Colin Heacock
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Heacock tallied a team-high tying three goals to go with one helper, three ground balls and one caused turnover during a 13-8 win against Penn March 29. Four days later, he found the back of the net once during an 8-7 victory against Michigan. 
Up Next: The Terps cap their three-road game road trip at Penn State April 10. 

Taylor Cummings 
High School: McDonogh 
College: Maryland 
Year: Senior
Position: Attack/Midfield
Notes: Cummings contributed a team-high tying three goals and three ground balls to go with three assists and three caused turnovers during a 17-9 romp of Cornell April 2. 
Up Next: The Terps welcome in-state foe Johns Hopkins April 6 before traveling to Rutgers April 9. 

Megan Whittle 
High School: McDonogh 
College: Maryland 
Year: Sophomore 
Position: Attack
Notes: Whittle scored a team-best tying three goals to go with one dime and one ground ball during the romp of Cornell. 

Molly Wolf
High School: Bryn Mawr
College: Loyola 
Year: Senior
Position: Goalkeeper
Notes: Wolf stopped 12-of-20 shots, scooped one ground ball and caused one turnover during an 8-7 loss to Princeton March 30. Three days later, she saved 4-of-10 shots and picked up a ground ball during an 11-6 win against Colgate.  
Up Next: The Greyhounds return to action with a home meeting against Holy Cross April 9. 

Devin McNamara
High School: Loyola Blakefield 
College: Villanova
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: McNamara compiled one goal, one assist and one ground ball during a 19-8 defeat to Brown March 30. Three days later, he scored one goal, recorded an assist and picked up two ground balls during an 11-3 defeat to Marquette. 
Up Next: The Wildcats square off at home against Denver April 9. 

Steph Lazo 
High School: St. Mary's 
College: Penn State 
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Lazo notched a team-best tying three goals to go with one dime and a ground ball during a 14-5 romp of Drexel March 30. Three days later, she scored three goals, dished out four helpers, scooped up one ground ball and caused one turnover during a 16-9 rout of Rutgers. 
Up Next: The Nittany Lions hit the road for a matchup with Ohio State April 9. 

Mikey Wynne 
High School: St. Paul's
College: Notre Dame
Year: Sophomore 
Position: Attack
Notes: Wynne recorded a team-high four goals to go with one ground ball during a 17-7 romp of Syracuse April 2. 
Up Next: The Fighting Irish host Duke April 10. 

Deemer Class 
High School: Loyola Blakefield 
College: Duke 
Year: Senior 
Position: Midfield
Notes: Class had two goals and scooped up two ground balls during a thrilling 17-16 overtime victory against rival North Carolina April 1.
Up Next: The Blue Devils head to Notre Dame April 10. 

TJ Neubauer 
High School: Loyola Blakefield 
College: Fairfield 
Year: Senior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Neubauer produced two goals to go with a team-high four ground balls during a 9-8 win against Hofstra April 2. 
Up Next: The Stags face Villanova on the road April 9. 

Sammi Burgess 
High School: McDonogh
College: Florida
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Burgess scored one goal during a 10-8 win against Temple April 2. 
Up Next: The Gators travel to Georgetown April 9. 

Joe Seider 
High School: Hereford
College: Towson
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Seider registered a team-best three goals to go with two ground balls during an 11-7 victory against Drexel April 2. 
Up Next: The Tigers head to UMass April 9.