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Following Baltimore's Top Lacrosse Players

May 16, 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.

Taylor Cummings
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Senior
Position: Attack/Midfield
Notes: Cummings scored three goals, picked up three ground balls and caused four turnovers during a 14-8 win against Johns Hopkins during the second round of the NCAA tournament May 15.  
Up Next: The top-seeded Terps (20-0) take on UMass during the quarterfinal round in College Park, Md., May 22. 

Megan Whittle
High School: McDonogh
College: Maryland
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Whittle netted a team-high four goals during the victory against Johns Hopkins. 

Colin Heacock
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Heacock contributed one goal, one assist and one ground ball during a 13-6 rout of Quinnipiac in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 15. 
Up Next: The top-seeded Terps (15-2) head to Providence, R.I., to play Syracuse in the quarterfinals May 21. 

Mikey Wynne
High School: St. Paul's
College: Notre Dame
Year: Sophomore
Position: Attack
Notes: Wynne tallied a team-best five goals to go with one assist and two ground balls during a 15-7 victory against Air Force in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 14. 
Up Next: The third-seeded Fighting Irish (11-3) face North Carolina in the quarterfinals in Columbus, Ohio, May 22. 

Steph Lazo 
High School: St. Mary's 
College: Penn State 
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Lazo registered one goal, two ground balls, one caused turnover and a team-leading three feeds during a 14-13 double overtime upset win against second-seeded Florida in the second round of the NCAA tournament May 15. 
Up Next: The unseeded Nittany Lions (13-6) square off against Penn in the quarterfinals in University Park, Pa., May 21. 

Sammi Burgess 
High School: McDonogh
College: Florida
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Burgess notched two goals and collected a team-high tying three ground balls during the loss to Penn State. 
Up Next: The Gators concluded the season with an 18-2 record. 

Spencer Parks
High School: St. Paul's
College: Towson
Year: Junior 
Position: Attack
Notes: Parks set team highs in goals (four) and assists (two) to go with one caused turnover during a 10-9 upset victory against second-seeded Denver during the first round of the NCAA tournament May 15. 
Up Next: The unseeded Tigers (16-2) meet crosstown rival Loyola in the quarterfinals in Columbus May 22.

Joe Seider 
High School: Hereford
College: Towson
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Seider recorded two goals and two ground balls during the win against Denver. 

Pat Spencer
High School: Boys' Latin 
College: Loyola
Year: Freshman
Position: Attack
Notes: Spencer produced three goals, picked up three ground balls and dished out a team-best five assists during a 16-11 win against Duke in the first of the NCAA tournament May 14. 
Up Next: The seventh-seeded Greyhounds (13-3) meet crosstown rival Towson in the quarterfinals in Columbus May 22. 

Jacob Stover
High School: McDonogh 
College: Loyola
Year: Freshman
Position: Goalie
Notes: Stover, the son of former Ravens kicker Matt Stover, saved a season-high 16-of-27 shots and scooped up two ground balls during the win against Duke. 

Casey Rees
High School: Boys' Latin
College: Navy
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfielder 
Notes: Rees buried a team-high four goals during a 13-10 upset victory against fourth-seeded Yale in the first of the NCAA tournament May 15. 
Up Next: The Midshipmen (11-4) travel to Providence, R.I., to take on fifth-seeded Brown during the quarterfinals May 21. 

Kelton Black
High School: Calvert Hall
College: Johns Hopkins
Year: Senior
Position: Midfielder
Notes: Black came off the bench to score one goal on his only shot attempt during a 17-8 loss to Brown in the first round of the NCAA tournament 
Up Next: The Blue Jays finish the season with an 8-7 mark.