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Following D.C.'s Top Lacrosse Players

March 21, 2016
PressBox tracks how some of the D.C. area's top high school lacrosse players from the past few years are faring at the collegiate level.

Patrick Keena 
High School: Landon 
College: Navy 
Year: Senior 
Position: Attack
Notes: Keena distributed a team-leading three assists to go with one ground ball during a 10-9 victory against Loyola March 19. 
Up Next: The Midshipmen welcome Lafayette to town March 22 before traveling to Lehigh March 26. 

Emily Kenul
High School: Sherwood
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield/Attack
Notes: Kenul scored a team-high three goals to go with one assist during a 12-11 win against Vanderbilt March 16. Three days later, she was held without a point on one shot during a 10-4 victory against Georgetown. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays host Stanford March 23 and Furman March 26.

Nate Jones
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
College: Army
Year: Freshman
Position: Attack
Notes: Jones tallied four goals, two ground balls and one caused turnover during a 15-6 victory against Holy Cross March 19. 
Up Next: The Black Knights head to Colgate March 26. 

Nick Fields 
High School: Bullis School
College: Johns Hopkins
Year: Junior
Position: Defense
Notes: Fields scooped up a team-best three ground balls to go with one caused turnover during an 11-10 overtime win against Syracuse March 19. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays travel to Virginia March 26. 

Brandon Burke 
High School: Bullis 
College: Colgate 
Year: Junior 
Position: Goalie
Notes: Burke stopped 13-of-19 shots, picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers during a 6-5 loss to Cornell March 15. Four days later, Burke saved 9-of-21 shots and scooped up three ground balls during a 12-7 loss to Fairfield. 
Up Next: The Raiders return to action with a home contest against Army March 26. 

Caroline Wannen
High School: Blake
College: Maryland 
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Wannen notched a team-high four goals and three assists to go with one ground ball and one caused turnover during a 14-4 rout of Florida March 19. 
Up Next: The Terps travel to Penn March 23 before returning home to host James Madison March 26. 

Brendan Collins
High School: Georgetown Prep 
College: Notre Dame 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Collins contributed a team-leading three caused turnovers to go with one ground ball during an 8-7 overtime victory against Virginia March 19. 
UP Next: The Fighting Irish hit the road for a matchup at Ohio State March 26. 

Heidi Smith 
High School: Broad Run
College: Louisville
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Smith dished out an assist during a 15-7 rout of Canisius March 16. Four days later, she scooped up a ground ball during a 16-2 romp of Coastal Carolina. 
Up Next: The Cardinals travel to Cincinnati March 22 and Virginia Tech March 26. 

Danielle Palmucci 
High School: Oakton 
College: William & Mary
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Palmucci scored one goal during a 13-6 loss to UConn March 16. Three days later, she was held without a point on one shot during a 10-9 win against Virginia Tech. 
Up Next: The Tribe welcome Richmond to town March 23 and play at Liberty March 26.  
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