Calvert Hall, junior, attackman
•One of the area's most dynamic dodgers finished third varsity season with 46 goals, eight assists and 33 ground balls to help lead No. 6 Cardinals (14-5) to MIAA A Conference playoffs
Had three goals in a 7-6 win over Malvern Prep, including the game-winner in overtime
•Ohio State commit named to Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament set for July; has 130-plus points in first three seasons with the Cardinals
•Said Calvert Hall coach Bryan Kelly: "JT possesses all the traits you want in an attackman: skilled, smart, tough and explosive."
Severna Park, senior, midfielder
•Four-year varsity player was captain and glue for Class 4A-3A state champion, No. 7 Falcons (16-2) with stellar two-way play in the middle
•Sacrificed for the team by playing a more defensive role at midfield, finishing the season with 20 goals, six assists and 37 ground balls
•Earned Kelly Award as the top Class 4A-3A player; fulfills longtime aspirations of playing at Army to follow his father, who played two years for the Black Knights
•Said Severna Park coach Dave Earl: "Ethan was the heart and soul of our team this year. After being one of our leading scorers as a junior, he gladly accepted more of a defensive role as a true two-way middie this season."
Mount Saint Joseph, senior, midfielder
•Four-year starter, senior captain for No. 8 Gaels (12-9); All-Metro second-team pick last year jumps to first team after a 53-goal, 11-assist season
•Committed to Notre Dame, dominant two-way midfielder finished his career with 149 goals and 38 assists
•Earned a spot on the U.S. U-19 men's national team that will play in the World Championships in July; also a football standout who was named The Baltimore Sun's Male Athlete of the Year
Said Mount Saint Joseph coach Stephen Berger: "An overall great young man to have represented and led the MSJ lacrosse program. Bryan works hard every day to improve himself and his teammates around him."
McDonogh, sophomore, defenseman
•Enjoyed breakthrough sophomore season with steady dose of game-changing plays in the middle to play an instrumental part of the Eagles' MIAA A championship season
•Two-year starter began season on close defense, but moved to long pole early on and made a greater impact
•Collected five ground balls and caused four turnovers in team's 8-5 title game win over Boys' Latin
•Said McDonogh coach Andy Hilgartner: "He brings athleticism and a dynamic style of play in the middle of the field. He's a game-changing, impact player, good one-on-one and great getting the ball off ground, and then his speed takes over."
St. Paul's, senior, attackman
•Four-year varsity letterman and three-year starter led the No. 5 Crusaders (12-7) with 52 goals and 33 assists for 85 points
•Had a four-goal, two-assist effort in win over Loyola Blakefield that jump-started six-game winning streak; scored three or more goals in 11 games
•Committed to Virgina, finished high school career with 90 goals and 77 assists for 167 points
•Said St. Paul's coach Rick Brocato: "Mitch was the quarterback of our offense and possesses a strong lacrosse IQ. He has a strong outside shot and is equally adept at finding the open man."
McDonogh, senior, defenseman
•Repeat All-Metro pick and captain was unquestioned leader of the country's top defense, helping lead the No.1 Eagles to MIAA A crown
•Smart positioning, instincts and communication skills made him the area's top defenseman, sparking a defense that limited opponents to 6.9 goals per game
•Under Armour All-American committed to Princeton; four-year varsity player finished with 41 ground balls this season
•Said Hilgartner: "We just thought that Arman was a complete defenseman. He came in as a quiet freshman and, by the end of his career, took charge."
Severn, senior, midfielder
•Captain and three-year starter was do-everything field general to lead the No. 4 Admirals (16-7) to the MIAA A semifinals
•Naval Academy commit finished the season with 42 goals and 30 assists
•Three-sport standout missed wrestling season after knee injury in football, worked diligently to get back onto field for lacrosse season
•Said Severn coach Jamie McNealey: "Tyler is a workhorse between the lines. ... He was a field general and classic two-way player that worked tirelessly."
Boys' Latin, senior, goalie
•Three-year starter and captain had 153 saves and 7.6 goals against average to lead the No. 2 Lakers (14-4) to the MIAA A title game
•Took over starting job in sophomore year and was instrumental in the Lakers' 2014 MIAA A championship
•Committed to North Carolina; earned a spot on the U.S. U-19 men's national team that will play in the World Championships in July
•Said Boys' Latin coach Brian Farrell: " Jack has proven to be one of the top goalies in the MIAA for the last three years. His quick hands and tremendous presence in the cage make him a solid, well-rounded keeper."
McDonogh, senior, midfielder
•Four-year varsity player, two-year starter and team captain was settling influence in the No. 1 Eagles' MIAA A championship season
•Always drew the long pole to free up teammates; finished with 23 goals, 19 assists and 22 ground balls
•Committed to Penn State; totaled three goals and an assist in team's playoff wins over Loyola Blakefield and Boys' Latin
•Said Hilgartner: "Barrett epitomized [the team's selfless play] more than anybody. Did he score or assist? Maybe not sometimes, yet he had total control of the game."
Loyola Blakefield, senior, attackman
•Four-year varsity player, team captain had team-high 73 points (44 goals, 29 assists) to lead the No. 3 Dons (9-7) to MIAA A semifinals
•Athletic, dominant presence at 6 feet 4; scored three or more goals in 11 games and had four or more points in 12 games
•Under Armour All-American set to play at Johns Hopkins
•Said Loyola Blakefield coach Ben Rubeor: "Cole is a dynamic attackman that can make plays in a variety of ways. He led Loyola in both goals and assists, while facing quick slides, double teams and shut-offs."
Boys' Latin, senior, attackman
•Dominant attackman closed out stellar three-year career with 54 goals and 35 assists to lead the No. 2 Lakers to MIAA A title game
•Team captain; scored five or more goals in four games and had two 10-point efforts, including in 16-6 win over rival St.Paul's on May 10
•Under Armour All-American set to play at Syracuse; finished career with 108 goals and 80 assists
•Said Farrell: "One of the most well-rounded attackmen in the MIAA, Logan has a high level of lacrosse IQ combined with a selfless team-first attitude and phenomenal physical attributes."
*An earlier version of this article said St. Paul's Mitch Gordon had committed to North Carolina. He decommitted from the Tar Heels and will instead play at Virginia.