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Following D.C.'s Top Lacrosse Players

May 2, 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.

Kylor Bellistri
High School: Bullis
College: Brown 
Year: Senior
Position: Attack
Notes: Bellistri scored two goals, dished out two assists and picked up two ground balls during a 16-3 rout of Dartmouth April 27. Three days later, he netted a team-high five goals to go with one helper and one ground ball during a 19-11 victory against Virginia. 
Up Next: The top-seeded Bears will face off against fourth-seeded Harvard during an Ivy League tournament semifinal in Providence, R.I., May 6. 

Nate Jones
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
College: Army
Year: Freshman
Position: Attack
Notes: Jones tallied one goal, one feed and one ground ball during a 9-3 win against top-seeded Navy in the Patriot League tournament semifinals April 29. Two days later, he was held to one assist and one ground ball during a 14-6 loss to Loyola in the Patriot League tournament championship game.
Up Next: The Black Knights hit the road for a May 8 matchup against Notre Dame.

Kelly Myers 
High School: Georgetown Visitation
College: Stanford
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Myers netted two goals, scooped up one ground ball and caused two turnovers during an 11-6 win against third-seeded Colorado in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament semifinals April 29. Two days later, she was held to one feed during an 8-5 loss to top-seeded USC in the MPSF tournament championship game.
Up Next: The Cardinal now await the NCAA selection show May 8 for a possible at-large berth to the 26-team NCAA tournament field.

Gussie Johns
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
College: USC 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Goalie
Notes: Johns stopped 3-of-8 shots and collected a team-high tying four ground balls during a 10-5 win against fifth-seeded Denver in the in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament semifinals April 29. Two days later, she saved 4-of-9 shots and scooped up a team-best three ground balls during the MPSF tournament championship game win against Stanford.
Up Next: The Trojans now await their seeding and placement for the NCAA tournament. 

Kyle Rowe 
High School: Madison
College: Duke
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Rowe went a team-high 18-for-23 on faceoff attempts and picked up five ground balls during a 10-9 overtime win against third-seeded Notre Dame in the ACC tournament semifinals April 29. Two days later, he scored one goal, scooped up three ground balls and went a team-best 11-for-24 on draw controls during a 14-8 defeat to fourth-seeded Syracuse in the ACC tournament championship game. 
Up Next: The Blue Devils hit the road for a May 8 contest against Boston University. 

Heidi Smith 
High School: Broad Run
College: Louisville
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Smith amassed one goal, one ground ball and one caused turnover during a 12-10 loss to third-seeded seeded Notre Dame in the ACC tournament quarterfinals April 28. 
Up Next: The Cardinals now await the NCAA selection show May 8 for a possible at-large berth to the NCAA tournament. 
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