St. Paul's defenseman Travis Wood, a Johns Hopkins recruit, was named "Most Likely to Dominate" at his position after the Oct. 8 conclusion of the inaugural invitation-only Project 9.9 camp at St. Paul's. The camp was co-founded by former Hopkins All-American Paul Rabil and former Baltimore Bayhawk and Thunder star Mark Millon.
Camp staff also included Lacrosse Hall of Fame defenseman Pat McCabe, former Chesapeake Bayhawks defenseman Kyle Hartzell (Salisbury), former Loyola All-American faceoff specialist-midfielder John Schiavone, Major League Lacrosse All-Star goalie Scott Rodgers, former Massachusetts All-American goalie Tim McCormack, Nassau Community College assistant coach Joseph Hoffman and Hopkins lacrosse strength and conditioning coach Jay Dyer.
Other players who won “Most Likely to Dominate”:
- Allen Winkoff, midfield, Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) High, Ohio State
- Anthony Marini, attack, St. Josephs Prep (Philadelphia), Notre Dame
- Dan Willis, goalie, Moorestown (N.J) High, Villanova
Lynn U. to add D-II program
Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., has announced the addition of men’s lacrosse as an NCAA Division II sport for 2014. The team will play at the newly announced Robert (“Bobby”) Campbell Stadium. A national search is under way for a head coach.
Lynn joins 46 Division II schools in sponsoring varsity men’s lacrosse. With Lynn’s addition and the approval by the member presidents in late November, the Sunshine State Conference would officially sponsor men’s lacrosse for the 2014 season. Currently, league members participate in the Deep South Conference in lacrosse.
Inside Lacrosse contributed to this report.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun