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Blue Star Lacrosse All-Americans, All-State Selections and EOY Awards!

By Blue Star Lacrosse, 06/27/17, 11:45AM EDT

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We would like to congratulate all of our High School All-Stars on a fantastic high school season!!

Below we have gathered our All-Star Accolades, Story-lines, and Media!

 

By the Numbers...

US Lacrosse All-Americans

5

Positional Players of the Year

2

US Lacrosse Academic All-Americans

3

New Jersey Midfielder of the Year

Colin Crowley (2017)
Delbarton
Villanova University

New Jersey Defenseman of the Year

Chris Fake (2017)
The Hun School
Yale University

US Lacrosse All-Americans
 

Colin Crowley (2017) - M, Delbarton, Villanova
*Also the New Jersey Midfielder of the Year

Chris Fake (2017) - D, The Hun School, Yale University
*Also The New Jersey Defenseman of the Year

Owen Prybylski (2017) - D, Westfield HS, Villanova University

Mitchell Rothstein (2018) - F/O, Haddonfield HS, Committed to Admissions Process at Cornell University

Dan Wigley (2017) - M, Shawnee HS, Loyola University

 

US Lacrosse Academic All-Americans

 

Colin Crowley (2017) - M, Delbarton, Villanova

Mitchell Rothstein (2018) - F/O, Haddonfield HS, Committed to the Admissions Process at Cornell University

Mike Shinske (2017) - M, Shawnee HS, Penn State University

Fake and Prybylski Selected as Under Armour All-Americans


Both Were Selected as 2 of the top 44 Players in the Entire Country!

You can watch the Under Armour Game this Saturday, July 1st at 8:00pm 


NJ.Com Top 50 Rankings (By Class)

  • Chris Hollander
  • Grant Hansen
  • Trevor Deubner
  • Shane Knobloch
  • Austin Endebrock

Top 50 Freshmen

Trevor Deubner - Attack, The Hun School
Grant Hansen - Midfield, The Hun School
Chris Hollander - Defense, Hopewell Valley
Shane Knobloch - Midfield, Moorestown

Top 50 Juniors

Matt Danscecs - Midfield, Roxbury, Rutgers University
Mike Carroll - Attack, Christian Brothers, Bucknell University
Dalton Hoffman - Attack, Haddon Township

  • Griffin Aslanian
  • Michael Page
  • Ryan Kemp

Top 50 Sophomores

Michael Page - Manasquan, Syracuse University
Griffin Aslanian - Westfield, Georgetown University
Ryan Kemp - Seton Hall Prep

  • Chris Fake
  • Bryan Hess
  • Owen Prybylski
  • Cole Touhey
  • Dan Wigley

Top 50 Seniors

Chris Fake - Hun School, Yale University
Bryan Hess - Rumson Fair Haven, Lafayette College
Owen Prybylski - Westfield, Villanova University
Cole Touhey - Rutgers Prep, Rutgers University
Dan Wigley - Shawnee, Loyola University

  • Colin Crowley
  • Owen Prybylski

  • Garrett Samuelson

First Team

Colin Crowley - Delbarton, Villanova University
Owen Prybylski - Westfield, Villanova University

Second Team

Garrett Samuelson - Delbarton, Tufts University

Honorable Mention

Bryan Hess - Rumson Fair Haven, Lafayette College
Dan Wigley - Shawnee, Loyola University

Charlie Curran - Rumson Fair Haven, Fairfield University
Matt Dansecs - Roxbury, Rutgers University
Cole Touhey - Rutgers Prep, Rutgers

 

  • Charlie Curran
  • Matt Dansecs
  • Bryan Hess
  • Cole Touhey
  • Dan Wigley


NJ.Com All-State Selections

First Team

Owen Prybylski - Westfield, Villanova University
Colin Crowley - Delbarton, Villanova University

Second Team

Quinn Willis - Moorestown, Washington College

Third Team

Garrett Samuelson - Delbarton, Tufts University
Bryan Hess - Rumson-Fair Haven, Lafayette College

  • Owen Prybylski
  • Colin Crowley
  • Quinn Willis
  • Bryan Hess

All-Prep, All-Freshmen/Sophomores, All-Juniors

All-Prep

Nick Day - Princeton Day School, Bowdoin
Chris Fake - Hun, Yale
Elon Tuckman - Princeton Day School, Gettysburg (Junior)

  • Nick Day
  • Chris Fake
  • Elon Tuckman

All-Freshman/Sophomore

Third Team
Austin Endebrock (Freshman) - Seneca
Chris Hollander (Freshman) - Hopewell Valley
Noah Lin (Freshman) - Montgomery

  • Austin Endebrock
  • Noah Lin
  • Chris Hollander

All-Junior

First Team
Michael Christiansen - Roxbury, Hobart

Second Team
Matt Danscecs - Roxbury, Rutgers
Matt Ingersoll - Lenape, Uncommitted

Third Team
Mitchell Rothstein - Haddonfield, Cornell
Stephen Edler - Rumson-Fair Haven, Richmond
Ian Jacobs - Princeton, Uncommitted

  • Mitchell Rothstein
  • Stephen Edler
  • Ian Jacobs
  • Matt Danscecs
  • Matt Ingersoll
  • Michael Christiansen

The Season's Top Stories, Blue Star All-Stars Making an Impact!

Roxbury on the Rise

On the back of an offense that featured four players with more than 40 goals; including All-Star Matt Dansecs (2018, Rutgers), in addition to All-Stars Anthony Perhacs (2018) and Michael Christiansen (2018, Hobart), Roxbury reached unprecedented heights this season. The Gaels set a school record for wins with a 19-4 record en route to competing in the Group 3 North Championship game and playing Summit to a one goal game.

RFH and the War at the Shore

Rumson-Fair Haven had yet another impressive season, despite playing some more difficult opponents. Much of their success was due to a variety of contributions on the offensive side of the field from a number of All-Stars, whose gaudy stats are shown on the right. In addition, the Bulldogs received support in other areas of the game from two other All-Stars, defenseman Stephen Edler (2018, Richmond) and FOGO Alex Maldjian (2019).


Blue Star All-Stars Making an Impact for RFH this year! >>>

Moorestown Makes first TOC Final

On the back of an absolutely monstrous, 64 goal campaign from Quinn Willis (2017, Washington College), the Moorestown Quakers reached a new level of success this season by not only winning the Group 3 State Title, but by advancing all the way to the Tournament of Champions Final. The team was not satisfied with merely making it to the game though, as they gave an unbelievably talented Delbarton team all they could handle through three quarters.


Quinn Willis led the way for Moorestown this year with 64 Goals

Crowley and Samuelson Lead Delbarton to a TOC Championship!

Seniors and Co-Captains Colin Crowley and Garrett Samuelson helped lead Delbarton to a Tournament of Champions title this year, beating Moorestown in a strong performance. Samuelson and Crowley were a two-headed monster at the midfield and gave other teams fits all season long. The future is bright for both of these two players!