Costabile, a Duke senior from New Fairfield, Conn., is a two-time USILA All-America third-team selection and a two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference choice.
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"CJ is a great athlete," Bayhawks general manager Brian Reese said. "He will play long-stick middie and help in transition and facing off. He can make plays all over the field."
Fiorito, a native of Phoenix in Baltimore County, was a 2011 third-team All-America nominee at Princeton and a two-time first-team All-Ivy League selection. In 2011, he ranked second in Division I save percentage (.615) and eighth in Division I goals-against average (7.53).
The Bayhawks also drafted North Carolina midfielder Jimmy Dunster, Penn State attackman Matt Mackrides, Delaware attackman Grant Kaleikau, Yale attackman Matt Gibson, Maryland midfielder Drew Snider, Fairfield midfielder Brent Adams and Delaware midfielder John Austin.
Virginia's Steele Stanwick (Loyola) was taken second overall by the Ohio Machine, behind Cornell midfielder Rob Pannell (Long Island Lizards).
Two other Terps were drafted: Jake Bernhardt, 12th overall by the Hamilton Nationals, and Joe Cummings (Loyola), 17th overall by the Rochester Rattlers.
Pick Team Player School
1 Long Island (from Charlotte) Rob Pannell Cornell
2 Ohio Steele Stanwick Virginia
3 Rochester Mike Manley Duke
4 Denver (from Long Island) Mark Matthews Denver
5 Chesapeake CJ Costabile Duke
6 Denver Colin Briggs Virginia
7 Hamilton Chad Wiedmaier Princeton
8 Ohio (from Boston) Robert Rotanz Duke
9 Charlotte Justin Turri Duke