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Varsity Lacrosse - Boys


2017-2018



Team Schedule

vs.
Westlake High School
Away
Westlake High School
Dismissal:
Win 8-7


Athletics Roster


No. First Name Last Name Class
1 Max Slotnik 2020
4 Max Jewett 2019
5 Francesco Borsellino PG
2 Trent Clarke 2018
8 Rodney Im 2018
9 Noah Goad 2020
10 JoJo Jordan 2018
11 Evan Bongers 2019
13 Sang Hun Kim 2018
14 Andrew Boniface, Capt. 2018
15 Lee Frazer 2021
6 Spenser Valentine 2019
17 Josh Weinberg 2019
18 Tommy Wagner 2019
19 Calum Mawer, Capt. 2018
23 Ben Slotnik, Capt. 2018
30 Nate Hopkins 2019
43 Eamon Mulvihill 2019
Hannah Ghoubrial, Mgr. 2019
Emily Lee, Mgr. 2018
Hayley Schultz, Mgr. 2019


2016-17

QUICK OVERVIEW:
Varsity Season Record: 11-7
Captains: Daniel Croasdaile '17, Brett Erskine '17 and Ben Kishore '17.
Athletic Awards: Gold Medal Award: Brett Erskine. Most Valuable Player: Dakota Gibbons ’17. Most Improved Player: Ben Kishore. Coaches Award: Daniel Croasdaile.

2015-16

QUICK OVERVIEW
Varsity Season Record: 5-11
Captains: Otto Bohan ’16, Matt Waldeck ’16 and Brett Erskine ’17
Athletic Awards: Most Valuable Player: Brett Erskine ’17; Most Improved Player: Andrew Boniface ’18; Spirit Award: Wyatt McInturff ’16; Gold Medal Award: Otto Bohan ’16

SEASON SUMMARY

Facing a difficult schedule and relying heavily on the youth of the team, this boys lacrosse season proved to be less about winning and more about finding their strengths and working together as a team.

Captains Otto Bohan ’16, Brett Erskine ’17 and Matt Waldeck ’16 held high standards for this young team, exuding positivity and displaying leadership that a coach only hopes to see. “The youth of the team, many without varsity experience, stepped up and finished much stronger than when they had started,” Coach Audi Glass ’04 said. “The work they put in this season was very impressive. Our team had a lot of skill and toughness, which helped them respond well to difficult situations. They gave it their all, and it was exciting to see it all come together.”

Many players received All-MSLCA honors, including Otto Bohan ’16, Gold Medal Winner for both lacrosse and ice hockey this year, who received First Team All-MSLCA. Bohan will be taking his talents to Wesleyan University to play lacrosse this fall. Brett Erskine '17 also received First Team All-MSCLA. Andrew Boniface ’18 received Second Team All-MSLCA, and Matt Waldeck ’16, Ben Slotnick ’18 and Kyle Buseck ’16 received honorable mentions.

The team had some quality wins, including their first win of the season against Shady Side Academy, winning in overtime and proving that this team could win together. Mid-season, they lost 4-5 to Upper Arlington High School, who became the Ohio Division 1 State Champions this season, in a close game against a tough opponent. Playing under the lights, the team played better than they had expected, showing they could compete with the best teams in the state. “I was more impressed with the students realizing what they were capable of when they stepped up simultaneously,” said Glass. Finishing strong, the boys peaked in their last game, bringing it all together to beat local rival Hudson High School.

Building upon this year’s intensity, Glass is expecting to have more depth and an even stronger squad in 2017.