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Following D.C.'s Top Lacrosse Players

May 16, 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 three goals and scooped up one ground ball during a 17-8 rout of Johns Hopkins in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 14. 
Up Next: The fifth-seeded Bears (15-2) meet unseeded Navy in the quarterfinals in Providence, R.I., May 21. 

Gussie Johns
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
College: USC 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Goalie
Notes: Johns stopped 6-of-14 shots and scooped up two ground balls during a 14-8 victory against Stanford in the second round of the NCAA tournament May 15. 
Up Next: The fifth-seeded Trojans (20-0) square off against fourth-seeded Syracuse in the quarterfinals in Syracuse, N.Y., May 21. 

Patrick Keena 
High School: Landon 
College: Navy 
Year: Senior 
Position: Attack 
Notes: Keena tallied two goals and dished out a team-high four assists during a 13-10 upset win against fourth-seeded Yale in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 15. 
Up Next: The unseeded Midshipmen (11-4) take on fifth-seeded Brown in the quarterfinals in Providence May 21. 

Kelly Myers 
High School: Georgetown Visitation 
College: Stanford 
Year: Sophomore 
Position: Midfield 
Notes: Myers was held to one assist during the loss to USC. 
Up Next: The Cardinal end the season with a 15-5 record. 

Brendan Collins 
High School: Georgetown Prep 
College: Notre Dame 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Collins notched one goal and dished out a team-best four assists during a 15-7 victory against Air Force in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 14.  
Up Next: The third-seeded Fighting Irish (11-3) face unseeded North Carolina in the quarterfinals in Columbus, Ohio, May 22. 

Louis Dubick
High School: Churchill 
College: Maryland
Year: Freshman
Position: Attack
Notes: Dubick came off the bench to score one goal during a 13-6 rout of Quinnipiac in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 15.  
Up Next: The top-seeded Terps (15-2) advance to play eighth-seeded Syracuse in the quarterfinals in Providence May 21. 

Kyle Rowe 
High School: Madison
College: Duke
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Rowe set team bests in faceoff wins (23-of-31) and ground balls (17) during a 16-11 loss to seventh-seeded Loyola in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 14.   
Up Next: The Blue Devils close the season with an 11-8 mark. 

Emily Kenul
High School: Sherwood
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield/Attack
Notes: Kenul registered two goals, one feed, two ground balls and one caused turnover during a 12-10 victory against unseeded Virginia in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 13. Two days later, she buried a team-leading four goals during a 14-8 defeat to top-seeded Maryland in the second round. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays finish the season with an 11-8 record. 

Nick Fields 
High School: Bullis School 
College: Johns Hopkins 
Year: Junior 
Position: Defense 
Notes: Fields collected two ground balls during a 17-8 loss to fifth-seeded Brown in the first round of the NCAA tournament May 14. 
Up Next: The Blue Jays cap the season with an 8-7 mark. 
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