1994 All-Met Boys Lacrosse Team
Wednesday, June 1, 1994
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
IAC's all-time leading scorer with 213 goals, 82 assists. Three-time all-IAC selection. Had 57 goals, nine assists this season as Bulldogs finished 15-2.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Led Rams to 9-1 regular season, Northern District title and No. 4
MVP of area's No. 1 team. Had 17 saves in IAC title-game victory.
Save percentage of 72. 34-5 as starter. 20 saves against No. 1 Landon.
All-American keyed defense that allowed four goals per game.
Always guarded opponent's top attackman. Shut out IAC's two top
Led Maryland 4A/3A champions with 119 ground balls. Will attend
Repeat All-Met. Led Little Hoyas with 50 goals, 23 assists.
Had 22 goals, 21 assists and 170 ground balls for Howard County
Excellent two-way player had 34 goals, 17 assists. Maryland
WCAC player of the year. Career 144 goals, 51 assists. Will attend
Had 58 goals, 43 assists for Md. 4A/3A champion. Four goals in title
Pure scorer and excellent feeder. Led team to MSA championship
GOALKEEPERS: Jeff Briles, DeMatha; Brian Carr, Centennial; Patrick
Kinney, Gonzaga; Dave Lambour, Sherwood; Tobin Poole, Annapolis.
Sean Callahan, Ireton; Jack Copus, Annapolis; Mike Day, Landon; Chris
Lamy, North County; Dan Leighton, Calvert; John Paleoldgos,
Georgetown Prep; Matt Rainwater, Centennial.
MIDFIELDERS: Scott Baughman, Mount Hebron; Michael Burka, St. Albans;
B.J. Forte, Robinson; Eric Gervais, Chantilly; Burke Hayes, Landon;
Mike Newton, Robinson; Scott Regina, Annapolis; Jeff Smollon, DeMatha;
Mike Vanhaaran, Ireton; Billy Walsh, Landon.
ATTACK: Caton Burwell, St. Albans; Chris Constantino, Oakland Mills;
Nate Costa, St. Mary's Ryken; Pete Dolan, Watkins Mill; Rob Hanna,
Broadneck; Sam Johnson, Seneca Valley; Jamie Leachman, Landon; Josh
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