The Washington Post

There were plenty of Washington area boys' lacrosse players represented on the 2015 US Lacrosse all-American team.

After a prep year at IMG Academy, former Potomac (Md.)/Paul VI big man Quadree Smith recently committed to Providence.

Rising senior and five-star recruit choose Cardinals over Connecticut, Kentucky, Virginia and Arizona.

After missing the entire lacrosse season with a torn ACL, Paul VI's Ryan O'Connor hopes his long road to recovery pays off by the time he arrives at UNC in the fall.

Paul VI's Scott Allen has been named the national high school girls' basketball coach of the year by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.

WCAC playmakers are two of six local standouts among the nation's top 150 boys' basketball players, according to Rivals.

The start of college basketball's April recruiting period will likely bring increased attention to some of the Washington area's top prospects.

Tuning into the first-round of the Women's NCAA basketball tournament? D.C.-area products are not hard to spot in this year's field.

More than 20 players with D.C. area ties are featured on the rosters of the 68 teams in this year's men's NCAA Tournament field.

Paul VI point guard Jasmine Whitney recently committed to play in college for the Pittsburgh women's basketball team.

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