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Following Baltimore's Top Lacrosse Players

May 2, 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.

Ryan Brown
High School: Calvert Hall 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Senior 
Position: Attack
Notes: Brown scored three goals, dished out two assists and scooped up one ground ball during an 11-8 loss to Maryland April 30. In the process, he became just the 10th player in program history to reach the 200-point career plateau.  
Up Next: The Blue Jays face Rutgers in a Big Ten tournament semifinal at Homewood Field May 5. 

Shack Stanwick 
High School: Boys' Latin 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Stanwick accounted for two assists and two ground balls during the loss to Maryland. 

Colin Heacock
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Heacock notched two goals and picked up two ground balls during the win against Johns Hopkins. With the win, Maryland clinched the Big Ten regular-season title outright for the first time in the conference's two-year history.
Up Next: The Terps take on Penn State in a Big Ten tournament semifinal at Homewood Field May 5. 

Taylor Cummings 
High School: McDonogh 
College: Maryland 
Year: Senior
Position: Attack/Midfield
Notes: Cummings contributed two goals, one assist, four ground balls and two caused turnovers during a 10-9 win against Penn State April 28. The win capped an undefeated season for Maryland (17-0, 5-0 Big Ten) and gave the team its second outright Big Ten regular-season crown in as many seasons.
Up Next: The Terps will meet the winner of Rutgers-Ohio State in the Big Ten tournament semifinals in Evanston, Ill., May 6. 

Caroline Steele
High School: Severn 
College: Maryland
Year: Freshman
Position: Midfield
Notes: Steele tallied a team-high three goals during the victory against Penn State.

Steph Lazo 
High School: St. Mary's 
College: Penn State 
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Lazo netted a team-high tying two goals to go with a team-leading three assists during the defeat to Maryland.  
Up Next: The second-seeded Nittany Lions await the winner of third-seeded Northwestern and sixth-seeded Michigan in the Big Ten tournament semifinals May 6. 

Deemer Class 
High School: Loyola Blakefield 
College: Duke 
Year: Senior 
Position: Midfield
Notes: Class compiled two goals and one ground ball during a 10-9 overtime victory against second-seeded Notre Dame in the ACC tournament semifinals April 29. Two days later, he was held to do no points with 10 shot attempts during a 14-8 loss to fourth-seeded Syracuse in the ACC tournament championship game.
Up Next: The Blue Devils travel to Boston University May 5.

Mikey Wynne 
High School: St. Paul's
College: Notre Dame
Year: Sophomore 
Position: Attack
Notes: Wynne registered two goals during the loss to Duke. 
Up Next: The Fighting Irish return home to host to Army May 8. 

Jenna Collins
High School: River Hill 
College: Navy
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Collins recorded two goals and three ground balls to go with a team-best eight ground balls during an 18-7 rout of Lafayette April 30. 
Up Next: The second-seeded Midshipmen will square off against either third-seeded Boston University, fourth-seeded Lehigh or fifth-seeded Colgate during the Patriot League tournament semifinals at Ridley Athletic Complex May 6. 

Devin McNamara
High School: Loyola Blakefield 
College: Villanova
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: McNamara buried one goal to go with five ground balls and one caused turnover during a 14-7 romp of Providence April 30. 
Up Next: The third-seeded Wildcats will clash with second-seeded Marquette during a Big East tournament semifinal in Denver May 5. 

Joe Seider 
High School: Hereford 
College: Towson 
Year: Junior 
Position: Attack 
Notes: Seider had a team-leading three goals to go with two ground balls and one caused turnover during an 8-7 win against Hofstra April 30. With the win, Towson earned a share of the Colonial Athletic Association regular-season title.
Up Next: The Tigers welcome fourth-seeded to Johnny Unitas Stadium for a CAA tournament semifinal game May 5. 

Gunnar Waldt 
High School: St. Paul's 
College: Bryant 
Year: Senior 
Position: Goalie 
Notes: Waldt stopped 11-of-14 shots during a 9-3 victory against Sacred Heart April 26.
Up Next: The second-seeded Bulldogs will face off against third-seeded Hobart during a Northeast Conference tournament semifinal in Philadelphia May 5.