NewsSport by SportSchool DirectoryStatisticsHistoryHigh School Sports FrontSports Front

1992 All-Met Boys Lacrosse Team

Tuesday, June 9, 1992

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Jason Wade
Attack
Severn
Senior
Player of the year. Three-year starter had 41 goals and 31 assists. He is slick one-on-one player with superb passing instincts.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Rob Bordley
Landon
Led No. 1 Bears to 18-0 record, 13th consecutive IAC title and two-year, 35-game winning streak.

FIRST TEAM
Casey Costello
Attack
Langley
Senior
Repeat All-Met is two-time all-American. Captain led Saxons to Virginia AAA Northern Region finals two consecutive years.

Todd Eichelberger
Attack
Landon
Junior
Only 5-feet-9 and 150 pounds, but led Bears in scoring two consecutive season; finished with 38 goals, 42 assists and 48 ground balls.

Sean Moller
Attack
Gonzaga
Senior
Led Purple Eagles with 34 goals and 36 assists. Four-year starter shot 50 percent in leading 17-1 Gonzaga to Metro Conference title.

Clay Curtis
Midfield
Landon
Senior
Speedy 6-foot-2, 185-pounder finished with 23 goals, 8 assists and 64 ground balls. Two-year starter is especially effective defensively.

Milford Marchant
Midfield
Severn
Junior
Had 32 goals, 12 assists and 65 percent faceoff success; pinpoint shooter with exceptional open-field instincts; will attend Johns Hopkins.

Andy Ross
Midfield
North County
Senior
Aggressive all-American had 160 ground balls and has led team to two 3A/4A Maryland state finals; finished with 31 goals and 27 assists, scoring in every game for 11-6 team.

Jason Vettori
Midfield
Mount Hebron
Senior
All-American had 35 goals and 29 assists and set school records for ground balls (169) and faceoff percentage (74.0). Named Howard County offensive player of the year.

Brendan Fry
Defense
Georgetown Prep
Senior
All-American is fierce on ground balls; four-year starter will play at Loyola.

Chris McQuneeney
Defense
Southern
Senior
Four-year starter is considered premier defenseman in Anne Arundel County; had four goals and two assists; outstanding passer with excellent field vision.

Graham Niemi
Defense
Arundel
Senior
Three-year starter had 97 ground balls and set school record for points by a defenseman; will attend Maryland.

Matt Stromberg
Defense
Mount Hebron
Senior
Two-year starter was always matched against opponent’s top attackman; led 15-3 team to state finals; will attend Towson State.

Court Durling
Goalie
Severn
Senior
Had 216 saves and 64.2 save percentage; two-year starter finished with 28-12 record; will attend Virginia.

Sacha Fraiture
Goalie
Georgetown Prep
Senior
Has knack for stopping point-blank shots; tremendous worker with quick reflexes had .690 save percentage.

© Copyright 1992 The Washington Post Company


news | sport by sport | school directory | statistics | history

Go to High School Sports | Go to Sports


 



navigation