After losing to South River in the 3A/4A state final, Howard boys lacrosse is poised to reload, rather than rebuild.
With that mindset at the forefront, and with the need to fill a void that departing senior and Player of the Year John Travisano leaves behind, midfielder Ryan Land is ready to be the “next man up.”
Land, a rising senior for the Lions, was successful from the faceoff X 74 percent of the time during the 2014 season. He also notched seven goals and four assists, while scooping up 68 ground balls.
This summer, Land played for Team Maryland in the 2014 Brine National Lacrosse Classic, where he was named an all star.
While Land’s hands are certainly full as he prepares for his final year of high school athletics, he took some time to break down the lacrosse face off.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun