Following D.C.'s Top Lacrosse Players

Posted on May 12, 2014 by Alec White

PressBox tracks how some of D.C.'s top high school lacrosse players from the past few years are faring at the collegiate level. 

RYAN BELKA
HIGH SCHOOL: DeMatha
COLLEGE: Drexel
YEAR: Junior
POSITION: Midfield
NOTES: Belka netted two goals and dished out an assist during Drexel's 16-11 win against Penn May 11.
UP NEXT: The Dragons will play Denver May 18.

MITCHELL GOLDBERG
HIGH SCHOOL: Bullis
COLLEGE: Richmond
YEAR: Freshman
POSITION: Attack
NOTES: Goldberg netted a goal and dished out two assists during Richmond's 13-5 loss to Air Force May 7.
UP NEXT: The Spiders have completed their season.

CONNOR REED
HIGH SCHOOL: Gonzaga
COLLEGE: Johns Hopkins
YEAR: Sophomore
POSITION: Midfield
NOTES: Reed netted a goal and dished out an assist during Johns Hopkins' 14-8 win against Virginia May 11.
UP NEXT: The Blue Jays will play Duke May 18.

PAT HARBESON
HIGH SCHOOL: DeMatha
COLLEGE: Virginia
YEAR: Senior
POSITION: Midfield
NOTES: Harbeson score a goal and picked up a ground ball during Virginia's 14-8 loss to Hopkins May 11.
UP NEXT: The Cavaliers have completed their season.

ALEX BLONSKY
HIGH SCHOOL: Georgetown Prep
COLLEGE: Penn
YEAR: Senior
POSITION: Defense
NOTES: Blonsky scored a goal and picked up a ground ball during Penn's 16-11 loss to Drexel May 11.
UP NEXT: The Quakers have completed their season.

HANK BROWN
HIGH SCHOOL: Landon
COLLEGE: Drexel
YEAR: Sophomore
POSITION: Midfield
NOTES: Brown netted a goal during the Dragons' win against Penn.

PAUL HARRISON
HIGH SCHOOL: DeMatha
COLLEGE: Drexel
YEAR: Junior
POSITION: Defense
NOTES: Harrison picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover during Drexel's win against Penn.

JOHN KELLY
HIGH SCHOOL: Bullis
COLLEGE: Johns Hopkins
YEAR: Junior
POSITION: Defense
NOTES: Kelly dished out an assist, picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover during the Blue Jays' win versus Virginia.

PAT FRAZIER
HIGH SCHOOL: Georgetown Prep
COLLEGE: Loyola
YEAR: Junior
POSITION: Defense
NOTES: Frazier picked up a ground ball and caused three turnovers during Loyola's 13-6 loss to Albany May 10.
UP NEXT: The Greyhounds have completed their season.

PAT COTTER
HIGH SCHOOL: Georgetown Prep
COLLEGE: Notre Dame
YEAR: Graduate student
POSITION: Midfield
NOTES: Cotter dished out an assist during Notre Dame's 13-5 win against Harvard May 10.
UP NEXT: The Fighting Irish will play Albany May 17.

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Here is a list of Division I men's lacrosse players from the Washington, D.C., area who play for teams that made the NCAA quarterfinals.

Denver
Harrison Archer
Chris Hampton
Michael Pirone
Max Planning

Drexel
Ryan Belka
Hank Brown
Paul Harrison

Johns Hopkins
Nick Fields
John Kelly
Connor Reed

Maryland
Isaiah Davis-Allen
Bobby Gribbin
Kellen Miller

Notre Dame
Matt Collins
Pat Cotter
Henry Williams

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