High School History

FCA National High School Team

2018
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Front Row R to L
  • Alex Slusher
  • Ben Finaly
  • Carter Hilleary
  • Jack Sawyer
  • Tyler Sandoval
  • Elijah Black
  • Connor Davies
  • Grant Mitchell
Middle Row R to L
  • Coach Brent Hiken
  • Jake Giulieri
  • Jake Taylor
  • Eli Ensor
  • Kevin Groeninger
  • Matthew Gunty
  • Connor Mitchell
  • Jake Snyder
  • Coach Myles Cohen
Back Row R to L
  • Coach Drew Wardlow
  • Christian Tomei
  • Jack Peterson
  • Cameron Henry
  • Parker Byrd
  • Henry Rentz
  • Coach Greg Bice
  • Coach Sol Bliss

Team Recap

20 of the best 2019 grads in the country were selected from across the country to represent FCA in the Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic elite Summit Division. The team not only enjoyed the competition at the tournament, but also the off the field activities that Lake Placid had to offer including cliff jumping, touring the Olympic facilities, and local dining. The team started off close 9-8 OT win over Team 91 NY. Grant Mitchell put away the game winner in OT. Next up FCA rolled to impressive win over Rhino USA 9-3. That scored repeated itself with FCA beating 3d National 9-3. Finally in the semis FCA pulled out a close game against Madlax Nationals 9-7. FCA saved their best for last besting Sweetlax National in the Wednesday morning Summit Division Championship 9-3. FCA MD/Calvert Hall midfield Jack Sawyer took home MVP honors with incredible workman like championship performance

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2017
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Front Row R to L
  • Griffin Westlin
  • Zach Green
  • George Walsh
  • Jacob Kelly
  • Sean Kuttin,
  • Teddy Dolan
  • Harrison Schertzinger
Back Row R to L
  • Henry Schertzinger
  • Garrett Ruff
  • Skylar Wilson
  • Tate Young
  • Zac Tucci
  • Patrick Mcilroy
  • RJ Corba
  • Nicky Bond
  • Wilson Stephenson
  • Griffin Gelinas
  • Isaiah Dawson
  • Andrew Bonafede
  • Will Bowen
  • Nicky Solomon
  • Frank Marinello
  • Jordan Ginder
  • Griffin Wilson

Team Recap

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Seven different lacrosse teams were crowned champions and a professional women’s title was celebrated Wednesday afternoon at the 28th annual Lake Placid Summit Classic. 

Sidelines were jammed packed at the North Elba Athletic Fields from morning to dusk as the scholastic portion of the Summit Classic wrapped up in what became an incredible display of talented lacrosse players from across the country. 

In the boys’ brackets, SweetLax (2018-2019 Gold), Team 91 (2018-2019 Silver), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (2020-2021 Gold) and Gaffers Elite (2020-2021 Silver) earned championship victories. Meanwhile in the girls’ brackets, the Golden Domers Notre Dame-committed squad (Northstar division), Mass Elite Red (2018-2020 ) and Virginia Metro (2021-2022 Gold) claimed division titles. 

“This was one of the most competitive scholastic tournaments we’ve seen, maybe the most competitive ever, with a great mix of teams represented among the winners,” said Kevin Leveille, Brand and Event Director for Summit Lacrosse Ventures. 

“We love to see so many talented teams which come up here for the experience but give everything they’ve got on the field in hopes of winning one of the coveted Summit Classic championships.” 

As each team was presented with their official Summit Classic championship t-shirt, tournament Co-Directors Leveille and Ashley (Gersuk) Murphy took time to tell each team about one of the event’s key initiatives – the Summit Lacrosse Society. 

2016
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Front Row R to L
  • Hank Bass
  • Connor Desimone
  • Joey Carrington
  • Koby Smith
  • James Avanzanto
  • Chris Grey
  • Jake Stout
Middle Row R to L
  • Nakeie Montgomery
  • Colby Smith
  • Jack Keogh
  • Matt Liccardi
  • Justin Shockey
  • Chris Walker
  • Wilson Hand
  • Thomas Tenney
Back Row R to L
  • Coach Greg Bice
  • Ben Cirella
  • Brendan Curry
  • Preston Heard
  • Raines Shamburger
  • JP Basile
  • Coach Jed Yousefi
  • Steven Schneider
  • Coach Drew Wardlow

Team Recap

FCA NATIONAL HS TEAM TOOK HOME WHAT EQUALS ITS SIXTH STRAIGHT U18 GOLD TITLE AT THIS YEAR'S SUMMIT CLASSIC.

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – The Fellowship of Christian Athletes National HS team won the Boys 2017-2018 Gold division championship at the 27th annual Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic presented by Subway.

The FCA team, featuring a list of players committed to top college lacrosse programs, rolled through most of its competition to run the table at 5-0 throughout the Summit Classic’s Scholastic Tournament.

It culminated with a 16-8 win over FCA’s Lake Placid rival – SweetLax. The win amounted to the sixth consecutive U-18 title for the FCA National HS team at Lake Placid.

Thomas Tenney, an attackman committed to the University of Denver, led the way in the win over SweetLax, registering five goals in the victory.

“This is the first time I’ve played with this group out here and the first time I’ve been to Placid,” said Tenney, who will attend the Hill Academy in Ontario this fall. “This is an awesome place to be. You play in the mountains and it’s beautiful out here.”

Tenney said he was blown away by the level of competition at the Summit Classic, but felt confident in the level of talent on the FCA roster.

“We had so much skill on this team. It’s great to play with a bunch of kids with such a good a handle on the game and lacrosse IQ and skill. Everything just clicked and it was a great time. This is definitely my favorite tournament I’ve done this summer.”

2015
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Kneeling (L to R)
  • Sam Harnisch
  • Forry Smith
  • Luke Desperito
  • Terry Lindsay
  • Avery Myers
  • Ryan McNulty
  • Christian Ford
  • Jack Pezzula
  • Nick McEvoy
  • Alex DeMarco
Second Row (L to R)
  • Coach Glen Miles
  • Coach Drew Wardlow
  • Colin Hayek
  • Cal Costa
  • Kevin Quigley
  • Patrick Lyons
  • Jack Wilson
  • Dan Varello
  • Patrick McIlroy
  • John Railey
  • Jack Welding
  • Coach Max Schmidt
  • Coach Jed Yousefi

Team Recap

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Champions were crowned in the Scholastic Divisions at the 26th annual Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic, a once-fledgling tournament that has become a bustling celebration of the sport and a regular summer getaway for many of the best players at all levels of the sport as well their families.

The Boys 2016-2017 Gold Division championship was an action-packed display of high-level lacrosse, as the FCA National High School team edged the SweetLax 2016 National team 7-6. It was a rematch of two programs that met last year with different rosters in the same division. FCA had to overcome a two-goal deficit in the first half to take the win.

Based in Baltimore, the FCA club was led by Avery Myers, a rising senior midfielder from Gonzaga College High School (Washington, D.C.) who scored three goals in the heavy-weight slugfest.

“You always hear about FCA versus SweetLax in Placid and it’s just been THE game for four or five years,” said Myers, who will attend and play lacrosse at Michigan after graduating from high school.

“FCA has built up such a tradition of winning, losing only one game in the last five years. I think it’s huge for us to come out there and be down early in the first half and come back and win it. We talked about adversity, and we talked about how our team could come together, and work together for a win.”

Assistant tournament director Kevin Leveille, recently retired from Major League Lacrosse, addressed each of the winning boys teams Wednesday afternoon.

“Every year I watch this tournament, the championship games just keep getting better and the level of skill and competition just keeps improving,” said Leveille, who’s father George co-founded the tournament with Mike DeRossi in 1990.

2014
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Kneeling (L to R)
  • Timmy Kelly (UNC)
  • Colton Rupp (Cornell)
  • Grant Ament (PSU)
  • Alex Roesner (UPenn)
  • AJ Baratto (Army)
  • Charles Kelly (UNC)
  • Hunter Sells (JHU)
  • Cade Van Raaphorst (Duke)
  • Kaleb Smeak
Second Row (L to R)
  • Coach Josh Hoffman
  • Ryan Conrad (UVA)
  • Jake Peden (UNC)
  • Thomas O’Connell (Maryland)
  • Drew Supinski (JHU)
  • Jack Olson (JHU)
  • Curtis Zappala (Maryland)
  • Andy Matthews (UNC)
  • Mike Wegner (Loyola)
  • Alex McGovern (UNC)
  • Henry Grass (JHU)
  • Jack Halpert (UNC)
  • Jack Rowlett (UNC)
  • Coach Brendan Porter
  • Coach Drew Wardlow

Team Recap

From Inside Lacrosse Article

Boys U18 Gold: FCA National Team 12, SweetLax National Team 8

The FCA National Squad captured its fourth consecutive U18 Gold Championship, pulling away from an 8-8 tie with SweetLax to roll to a 12-8 win.

Drew Supinski (Haverford, Pa./Johns Hopkins) was named the team’s MVP after a strong showing in FCA’s undefeated run, including two goals in the win over SweetLax. Timmy Kelly (Calvert Hall, Md./North Carolina) scored three goals and added an assist in the championship win.

FCA finished 5-0 and outscored its competition 58 to 13. Drew Wardlow, director of the FCA Lacrosse Ministry, credited Kelly, Ryan Conrad (Loyola Blakefield, Md./Virginia) and Alex McGovern (St. Paul’s, Md./North Carolina) for driving the team on offense and in transition.

“Those guys all really helped us, I thought those guys were all big,” Wardlow said, also commending a pack of defenders, several of them bound for North Carolina.

“Our defense played strong. Jack Rowlett (Robinson, Va./North Carolina), Cade Van Rappahorst (Desert Vista, Ariz./Duke), Jake Peden (Downingtown East, Pa./North Carolina), and Jack Halpert (Gilman, Md./North Carolina) was a vacuum off the wing.”

Wardlow has been on the sideline for each of the FCA National Team’s U18 Gold wins at Lake Placid, and he’s seen the competition is getting better each year at the Summit Classic, which makes four straight titles that much more satisfying.

“We’ve played some really good teams up here. But as far as big names, (SweetLax) seemed like they had a lot. Looking down their roster, they were stacked and it showed in the game.”

“We’ve been up here five years. To win the last four in a row in tight games has been really cool. It’s getting harder and harder every year. Lake Placid is just one of the best tournaments around. The Leveilles run a great tournament. The competition is great. There’s no coaches recruiting so the kids just play lacrosse to play lacrosse. It’s my favorite tournament of the summer.”

2013
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Front Row L to R
  •  Sam Bonafede (Princeton)
  • Riley Peters (Fairfield)
  • Hunter Edington (Manhattan)
  • Ryan Harnisch (Denver)
  • Joel Tinney (Johns Hopkins)
  • Colin Riehl (Marquette)
  • Joe Kenna (UNC)
  • Jack Moran (Furman)
  • Carney Mahon (Harvard)
  • Sean O’Brien (Bucknell)
Back Row L to R
  • Sean Cerrone (Villanova)
  • Townsend Brown (UVA)
  • Will Railey (UVA)
  • Cameron Ziegler (Bryant)
  • Mike Lanahan (High Point)
  • Aran Roberts (Princeton)
  • Peter Welch (Duke)
  • Nick Wood (UVA)
  • Matt Isnardi (Army)
  • Conor Mackie (Yale)
  • Matt Wysota (Villanova)
  • Coach Josh Hoffman

Team Recap

From Inside Lacrosse Article:

FCA National HS Team Wins Third Consecutive U-18 Gold Championship at Summit Classic
The FCA National High School Team won its third consecutive U-18 Gold boys division championship with a hard-fought 9-7 victory over the Buffalo Soldiers, a team made up of players from Buffalo and Rochester.

Joel Tinney, a midfielder at the Culver Academy in Indiana who hails from Guelph, Ont., led the FCA squad with four goals in the win, capping his outstanding performance this week by earning MVP honors after the title matchup.

Glen Miles, who has coached the FCA National HS team that has traveled to Lake Placid for the past six summers, had high praise for Tinney, who will attend Johns Hopkins in the fall of 2014.

"First and foremost, being around him for three days, he's extremely humble and from what I witnessed over the three days, he has impeccable character," Miles said. "His off the field personality in this world of 'me, me, me' is awesome. … He's very likely the best high school player I've ever seen."

The FCA squad had to overcome its first deficit of the tournament to defeat the Buffalo Soldiers, a team with highly-touted college-bound players, including Bishop Timon-St. Jude standouts Adam DiMillo (Maryland) and Connor Fields (Albany), who led the way for the Soldiers with three goals.

"The Buffalo Soliders were not intimidated by any stretch of the imagination and came out ready to play," said Miles, who is the head coach at St. Margaret's Episcopal in California. "From not having any close games throughout the tournament, it was cool for me to see how we reacted to the adversity of being down. I think we were down 5-4 and then 6-5. We really bonded and came together and more importantly we stayed together."

Miles said he believes the players performed better because of the quality time they spent together in Lake Placid.

"One of the neatest things about FCA and the Lake Placid tournament is that the players have so much fun off the field and that contributes to how we play together because we bond so well off the field. It's almost like the cliff jumping and putt-putt golf is better than practice, because it brings them together and helps them play really well together."

2012
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Front Row L to R
  • Will Reynolds (Princeton)
  • Bear Altemus (Princeton)
  • Stephen Kelly (North Carolina)
  • Jordan Germershausen (Loyola)
  • Blake Knobloch (Bryant)
  • Tyler Mayes (Towson)
Second Row L to R
  • Coach Frank Kelly
  • Trevor Kupecky (Hofstra)
  • Brian Wegner (Denver)
  • Ryan Lukacovic (Virginia)
  • Brian Dunne (Duke)
  • Grant Gould (Air Force)
  • Ryan Harnisch (Denver)
  • Head Coach Glen Miles
Third Row L to R
  • Coach Jeremy Sieverts
  • Coach Greg Bice
  • Danny Fowler (Duke)
  • Luke Bailey (Ohio State)
  • Justin Guterding (Duke)
  • Jack Grass (Johns Hopkins)
  • Dylan Maltz (Syracuse)
  • Charlie Ford (Georgetown)
  • John Belz (Maryland)
  • Travis Wood (Johns Hopkins)
  • Coach Drew Wardlow
  • Coach Trevor Jones

Team Recap

20 of the top underclassmen were selected from across the country to represent FCA in the U-18 Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic. The team not only enjoyed the competition at the tournament, but also the off the field activities that Lake Placid had to offer including: cliff jumping, touring the Olympic facilities, and local dining. The team started off 3-0 through pool play games outscoring opponents 46 to 16. In the semi-finals FCA was able to win a close game against Cold Brook to advance to the championship game. The Championship game was a tight match against Liberty coached by legendary lacrosse player Gary Gait. Dylan Maltz rose to the occasion just as he had in last years championship game to score 3 goals to lead FCA to an 8-7 victory. FCA defender Will Reynolds was chosen as the Championship game MVP due to his stellar performance on defense.

2011
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Front Row R-L
  • Stephen Kelly (North Carolina)
  • Collins Gantz (Bryant)
  • Anthony Ciammaichella (Marquette)
  • Evan Connell (North Carolina)
  • Ryan Lukacovic (Virginia)
  • Bear Altemus (Princeton)
  • Zach Wood (Virginia)
  • Kacy Kapinos (Ohio State)
Back Row R-L
  • Stephen Gutierrez (Alabama)
  • John Belz (Maryland)
  • Johnny Kelly (Ohio State)
  • Robby Haus (Ohio State)
  • Patrick Worstell (Syracuse)
  • Tyler Avallone (Syracuse)
  • Brian Wegner (Denver)
  • Bennett Jonas (Ohio State)
  • Alex Joyce (Georgetown)
  • Dylan Maltz (Syracuse)
  • Travis Wood (Johns Hopkins) 

Team Recap

19 of the top underclassmen in the country were selected from across the country to represent FCA in the U-18 Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic. The team not only enjoyed the competition at the tournament, but also the off the field activities that Lake Placid had to offer including: cliff jumping, touring the Olympic facilities, and local dining. The team started off 4-0 through the first two days of pool play. In the semi-finals FCA was able to win a close game against Buffalo Soldiers to advance to the championship game. The Championship game was a tale of two halves, FCA overcame a daunting 5-1 deficit, battling back and pulling past Ithaca High School by a score of 11-8 to win U-18 Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic.

2010
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Alphabetical Order
  • Tyler Avallone (Syracuse)
  • Jake Bailey (North Carolina)
  • Daniel Barcklow (Delaware)
  • Jimmy Bitter (North Carolina)
  • Ralph D'Agostino (Syracuse)
  • Brenny Daly (Syracuse)
  • Mitchell Dupree (Undecided)
  • Brady Faby (Johns Hopkins)
  • Peter Hagen (Undecided)
  • Jeff Hale (Undecided)
  • Johnny Kelly (Undecided)
  • Patrick Kelly (North Carolina)
  • Stephen Kelly (Undecided 2017)
  • Ryan Laplante (Denver)
  • Jordan Latendresse (Navy)
  • Nathan Miller (Army)
  • Adam Narwicz (Undecided)
  • Zach Reed (Hobart)
  • Ryan Yunker (Bryant)

Team Recap

19 of the top underclassmen in the country were selected from across the country to represent FCA in the U-18 Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic. The team not only enjoyed the competition at the tournament, but also the off the field activities that Lake Placid had to offer including: cliff jumping, touring the olympic facilities, and local dining. The team started off 4-0 through the first two days of pool play and the first two rounds of playoffs putting them in the semifinal round. In a back and forth semifinal game, Shoreham-Wading River won a closely contested game and would go on to capture the Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Championship while FCA finished out the tournament taking third place after winning their final game.

2009
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Alphabetical Order
  • Deven Alves (UMBC)
  • Drew Belinsky (Univ. of Penn)
  • Brandon Benn (Johns Hopkins)
  • Jimmy Bitter (North Carolina)
  • Ralph D'Agostino (Syracuse)
  • Gary Davies (Fairfield)
  • Ryan Everson (Undecided)
  • Adam Fingar (Hartford)
  • Austin Geisler (Virginia)
  • Derek Kehoe (Ohio State)
  • David Kelly (Rutgers)
  • Frankie Kelly (North Carolina)
  • Nick King (Penn State)
  • Michael Messina (Syracuse)
  • Adam Narwicz (Undecided)
  • Giancarlo Sangiacomo (Providence)
  • Matt Zacaroli (Connecticut College)

Team Recap

The top 18 players were selected for the 2009 FCA National High School Team. The team met in Rochester, NY for practice and an exhibition game against the FCA Rochester Team. The team then traveled up to Toronto, Canada to face the two teams from the Ontario Edge and FCA Rochester in a four-team tournament for the North American Cup. The team finished 2-2 beating the Edge Senior and Junior teams, but eventually falling to the Edge Juniors in the Championship.

2008
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Alphabetical Order
  • Thomas Applegate (Bellarmine)
  • Drew Belinsky (Univ. of Penn)
  • Nick Caton (Jacksonville)
  • Adam Cohen (UMBC)
  • Patrick Dougherty (Undecided)
  • Patrick Fanshaw (Loyola)
  • Evan Fatheree (Arizona State)
  • Austin Geisler (Virginia)
  • Tom Hart (Loyola)
  • Aaron Jones (Hofstra)
  • Frankie Kelly (North Carolina)
  • William Leighton-Armah (North Carolina)
  • Christopher Lightner (Johns Hopkins)
  • Jason McFadden (Georgetown)
  • Brian Meenan (Denver)
  • Patrick Riffee (Ohio State)
  • Walter Rodenhouse (Mercyhurst)
  • Nicholas Scalzo (Jacksonville)

Team Recap

From the months of April to June, FCA in partnership with adidas held 16 tryouts in 14 different cities. Tryout participants grew from 510 players to over 700 in 2008. The top 20 players were selected for the 2008 FCA National High School Team. The team meet in Rochester, NY for practice and an exhibition game against the Rochester Blaze. The team then traveled up to Toronto, Canada to face the Ontario Edge in a three game series for the North American Cup. The team finished 4-0 beating the Edge Senior team three times and the Junior Team once to reclaim the North American Cup.

2007
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Alphabetical Order
  • Justin Annunziatto (NYIT)
  • Zach Badalucco (Marist)
  • Matt Cannone (Salisbury)
  • Jeff Cohen (Harvard)
  • Connor English (Cornell)
  • Mike Fandrich (SUNY Geneseo)
  • Sean Finegan (Delaware)
  • Tyler Fiorito (Princeton)
  • Connor Fitzgerald (Delaware)
  • Kyle Gallahger (Salisbury)
  • Brendan Lee (Robert Morris)
  • Jay Mann (Navy)
  • Tom Palasek (Syracuse)
  • Chris Powers (Ursinus)
  • Steve Rastivo (North Carolina)
  • Michael Roe (Fairfield)
  • Tim Shaeffer (UMBC)
  • Sean Sheehe (Towson)
  • Brian Smalley (Loyola)
  • Thomas Wood (North Carolina)
  • Pete Wujciak (Providence)
  • Jake Ziegler (Jacksonville)

Team Recap

Throughout the months of January and February FCA saw the amount of try-out participants increase 270% as 510 players tried out for the FCA National High School Lacrosse Team. FCA hosted 12 tryouts for the National High School Lacrosse Team. The top 40 players were selected to play on two different teams on the National High School Tour. They spent four days playing and traveling together from Maryland to New York playing exhibitions games that led up to a three game series for each team with the Ontario Edge. In addition to the 40 players selected for the National High School Tour, an additional 31 boys were selected to play on two teams that competed in the Brine Team Challenge at Hobart College.

2006
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Alphabetical Order
  • Grant Catalino (Maryland)
  • Mike Chubbs (Howard CC)
  • Kevin Coholan (Mercyhurst)
  • Tyler Dolphin (Ohio State)
  • Jack Dudley (Cornell)
  • Sam Eckert (St. Mary's)
  • Thomas Ghidotti (Army)
  • Ryan Gray (Mercyhurst)
  • Taylor Gunter (UC San Diego)
  • Eric Hanover (Ohio State)
  • Patrick Harner (Saint Joseph's)
  • Sean Hatley (St. Mary's)
  • Chase Horning (UC Santa Barbara)
  • Justin King (Christopher Newport)
  • JJ Miller (Messiah)
  • Zach Nash (Mercyhurst)
  • Drew Palmer (Fairfield)
  • Adam Paranka (Air Force)
  • Andrew Purdie (Kentucky)
  • Dom Scalzo (Rutgers)
  • Ben Simmons (Salisbury)
  • Thomas Wood (North Carolina)

Team Recap

With the success of the previous year’s tryouts, more tryouts were added. Tryouts were held in Baltimore, Boston, Columbus, Denver, Long Island, Rochester, Salisbury, and San Diego. As the result of adding new tryout locations 180 kids were able to tryout for the team. Forty-three players were chosen to play on two separate teams. The Jr. National Team competed in the Battle of the Hotbeds at the University of Delaware while the National Team competed at the first ever Tournament of Champions held at Gettysburg College.

2005
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Alphabetical Order
  • Michael Bryan (UMBC)
  • Barney Ehrmann (Georgetown)
  • Chris Eline (Mercyhurst)
  • Brian Farrell (Maryland)
  • Scott Foreman (Ohio State)
  • Kevin Kelly (Towson)
  • Andrew Mace (Gettysburg)
  • Chris McDonald (RIT)
  • Matt Mercer (Salisbury)
  • Derek Pino (Mercyhurst)
  • Brendan Ryan (Salisbury)
  • Charles Saylor (Mercyhurst)
  • Dom Scalzo (Rutgers)
  • Bryce Simantel (Presbyterian)
  • Andrew Stimmel (Ohio State)

Team Recap

FCA again held one tryout in Baltimore for the National High School team. The amount of participants that tried out nearly doubled with 82 players coming out for the team. As a result FCA formed two teams. The two teams again went on a tour competing in both exhibitions and tournaments. The teams competed in the Toplax Recruiting Invitational in Lancaster, PA as well as the 1812 Shootout Tournament in Sackets Harbor, NY. In between the two tournaments the teams played exhibitions with some of the best club teams on the East Coast including a night game in Rochester, NY against the Western Empire team under the lights at Irondequoit High School.

2004
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Alphabetical Order
  • Im Anderson
  • Rob Battle (Navy)
  • AJ Benson (Gordon)
  • Curt Boshnack
  • Zach Bradley
  • Cole Cockrum (Lynchburg)
  • Kyle Dresser
  • Ryan Finch (Salisbury)
  • James Fitzella (Mary Washington)
  • Wes Gibler
  • Taylor Gunter (UC San Diego)
  • Andrew Harrington
  • Brandon Johnson (Robert Morris)
  • Kyle Loda (St. Andrews)
  • Andrew Mace (Gettysburg)
  • Chris McDonald (Gordon)
  • Matt Mercer (Wesley)
  • Derek Pino (Mercyhurst)
  • Steve Reed
  • Andrew Rheinhart (Ohio State)
  • Jeremy Sieverts (Maryland)
  • Trey Speers (Messiah)
  • Ryan Williams (Washington)
  • Jeff Ziegler (Messiah)

Team Recap

The first ever tryout for the team was held in June of 2004 in Baltimore, MD. Forty-five players attended the tryout of which 24 was chosen for the team. The team met in Parkton, MD for three days of training camp before heading off to the Toplax Recruiting Invitational at Dickinson College. Upon the conclusion of the tournament the team traveled to Gettysburg, PA to serve for five days as junior huddle leaders at FCA’s lacrosse camp. While there they played an exhibition game against a club team from Baltimore as well as a game in front of the entire camp against the staff. The final leg of the tour led them to Annapolis, MD to play in the FCA/Outback One Way 2 Play Tournament. When the final whistle blew that Sunday the team had completed a 13-day tour.