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Following Baltimore's Top Lacrosse Players

May 9, 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 a team-high five goals to go with two assists and two ground balls during a 14-12 loss to Rutgers during the Big Ten men's tournament semifinal round May 5.
Up Next: The Blue Jays (8-6) earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament and face fifth-seeded Brown (14-2) in Providence, R.I., May 14.

Shack Stanwick
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Johns Hopkins
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Stanwick tallied two goals and two feeds during the loss to the Scarlet Knights.

Colin Heacock
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Heacock contributed three goals, one helper and one ground ball during a 16-9 win against Penn State during the Big Ten men's tournament semifinals May 5. Two days later, he posted one goal and two ground balls to help Maryland defeat Rutgers, 14-8, to clinch the Big Ten tournament title.
Up Next: The Terps (14-2) were awarded the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament and will the host the winner of play-in game between Quinnipiac and Hartford May 15.

Taylor Cummings
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Senior
Position: Attack/Midfield
Notes: Cummings notched a team-best tying three goals to go with two assists, two ground balls and one caused turnover during a 19-9 rout of Rutgers during the Big Ten women's tournament semifinals May 6. Two days later, she buried two goals to go with four assists to lead Maryland past Northwestern, 12-9, to capture the Big Ten tournament title. 
Up Next: The Terps (19-0) garnered the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament and will welcome the winner of the Johns Hopkins-Virginia game to College Park, Md., May 15.

Megan Whittle
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Whittle registered a team-best tying three goals during the victory against the Scarlet Knights. Two days later, she accounted for two goals and one feed during the Big Ten tournament championship game victory against Northwestern.

Deemer Class
High School: Loyola Blakefield
College: Duke
Year: Senior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Class scored a game-high five goals to go with one feed and one ground ball during a 15-8 win against Boston University May 8.
Up Next: The unseeded Blue Devils (11-7) travel to play seventh-seeded Loyola in a first-round NCAA tournament matchup May 14.

Mikey Wynne
High School: St. Paul's
College: Notre Dame
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Wynne amassed one goal, two helpers and one ground ball during a 13-7 victory against Army May 8.
Up Next: The third-seeded Fighting Irish (10-3) open the NCAA tournament with a first-round home contest against Air Force May 14.

Jenna Collins
High School: River Hill
College: Navy
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Collins led all scorers with four goals to go with three ground balls and four caused turnovers during a 10-7 win against Boston University in the Patriot League tournament semifinals. Two days later, she was held to no goals, three assists and one ground ball during a 12-8 defeat to Loyola in the Patriot League tournament title game.
Up Next: The Midshipmen (13-6) failed to receive a bid to the NCAA tournament.

Devin McNamara
High School: Loyola Blakefield
College: Villanova
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: McNamara compiled a team-high three goals to go with one ground ball during a 14-9 loss to Marquette in the Big East tournament semifinals May 5.
Up Next: The Wildcats (9-5) did not qualify for the NCAA tournament.

Joe Seider
High School: Hereford
College: Towson
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Seider scored a team-leading two goals during a 10-6 win against Drexel in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament semifinals May 5. Two days later, he produced one goal and scooped up one ground ball during a 4-2 win against Fairfield to give the Tigers their second consecutive conference tournament crown.
Up Next: Towson (14-2) hosts unseeded Hobart in an NCAA tournament play-in game May 11. If the Tigers are victorious, they will move on to play second-seeded Denver on the road May 15.

Sammi Burgess
High School: McDonogh
College: Florida
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Burgess tallied a team-high tying three goals to go with one helper during an 11-8 victory against Georgetown in the Big East tournament semifinals May 5. Two days later, she recorded three goals to go with one feed during a 16-4 thrashing of Temple to deliver the Gators their fourth conference title. In the process, Burgess became the seventh player in program history to reach the career 100-goal plateau.
Up Next: The second-seeded Gators (18-1) will host the winner of the Penn State-Winthrop play-in game during the first round of the NCAA tournament May 15.