2013 All-Metro first team for boys lacrosse

Colin Heacock

Boys' Latin, senior, attack


Three-year starter and captain had 48 goals, 24 assists

Consistent, often spectacular with 101 goals, 56 assists in career


Under Armour All-American; committed to Maryland

Devin McNamara

Loyola, senior, attack

Had seven goals, 14 assists in playoffs as Dons made improbable run to MIAA "A" title

Repeat All-Metro first-team pick had 43 goals, 46 assists this season

Set to play at Villanova, he ended three-year varsity career with 117 goals, 99 assists

Shack Stanwick

Boys' Latin, junior, attack


An All-Metro second-team pick in 2012, he had 36 goals, 51 assists this season

Grabbed desperation clear, raced 15 yards for spectacular goal to tie MIAA "A" semifinal against Calvert Hall

In top 10 in Lakers' all-time points scorers with 216 (91 goals, 125 assists) heading into senior year

Jack Adams

Hereford, senior, midfield

Repeat All-Metro first-team pick led Bulls to record ninth state title with five goals, one assist in Class 3A-2A title game


Finished season with 44 goals, 29 assists; also strong on faceoffs, ground balls

Set to play at Towson, where he should excel with his size, speed and instincts

Austin Frederick

McDonogh, senior, midfield

An All-Metro second-team selection in 2012, he led Eagles in scoring for second straight year (32 goals, 17 assists)

Scored six goals in overtime win over St.Paul's to help McDonogh clinch first-round bye


Committed to Villanova, he had at least one point in all 18 games this year

Stephen Kelly

Calvert Hall, senior, midfield

Three-time All-Metro first-team choice leaves Cardinals as one of Baltimore area's most complete players ever

Had 24 goals, 21 assists; collected team-high 196 ground balls; won 75 percent of faceoffs

Under Armour All-American; committed to North Carolina


Garrett Epple

Calvert Hall, senior, defense

An All-Metro second-team pick in 2012, was one of area's most overpowering defensemen

Had 43 ground balls, 27 caused turnovers and seven goals this season

Committed to Notre Dame; picked for Under Armour All-America Classic but won't play because of late-season injury

Mike Mayer


St. Paul's, senior, defense

At 6 feet 6, captain is equally suited long-pole midfield or close defense

Three-year starter finished with 63 ground balls, 36 turnovers as senior

Headed for Georgetown, he had 157 ground balls, 75 caused turnovers in three years

Mac Pons

Boys' Latin, senior, defense


On All-Metro first team for second consecutive year

Finished with 43 ground balls; possesses exceptional stick skills

Under Armour All-American; will play at Maryland

Danny Sweeney

McDonogh, senior, defense

Two-year starter thrived at long-stick midfield position; had 46 ground balls this season


Helped limit opponents to 6.6 goals per game

Under Armour All-American; committed to Villanova

Christian Knight

Boys' Latin, senior, goalie

Allowed just over seven goals per game

Held foes to single-digit goals in 16 of 20 games


Committed to Cornell, 14 saves in MIAA "A" semifinal win over Calvert Hall

Teams selected by Glenn Graham after consultation with Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.