A four-year standout, the stellar attackman leaves the storied Boys' Latin program as its all-time leading scorer after a record-breaking senior season.
His 46 goals and 72 assists for 118 points topped the all-time single-season list at Boys' Latin and gave him 334 points (137 goals, 197 assists) for his career.
More importantly to Stanwick, the No. 1 Lakers — also No. 1 in the country — finished with an 18-0 mark and won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship.
Stanwick, who had at least four points in every game this season, was ranked by Inside Lacrosse as the country's top recruit for the 2014 class going into his sophomore, junior and senior years.
The last of eight lacrosse-playing siblings — the first seven all enjoyed standout college careers — he is set to play for Johns Hopkins, where he will join his brother, Wells, who will be a senior next season.