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Following D.C.'s Top Lacrosse Players

May 23, 2016
Kylor Bellistri
High School: Bullis
College: Brown 
Year: Senior
Position: Attack
Notes: Bellistri set team highs in goals (four) and assists (two) to go along with three ground balls during an 11-10 win against unseeded Navy in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 21.  
Up Next: The fifth-seeded Bears (16-2) take on top-seeded Maryland during a national semifinal in Philadelphia May 28. 

Patrick Keena 
High School: Landon 
College: Navy 
Year: Senior 
Position: Attack 
Notes: Keena scored one goal and collected three ground balls during the loss to Brown. 
Up Next: The Midshipmen end the season with an 11-5 record. 

Gussie Johns
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
College: USC 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Goalie
Notes: Johns saved 4-of-16 shots and scooped up a team-best three ground balls during a 12-11 overtime loss to fourth-seeded Syracuse in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 21.
Up Next: The Trojans conclude the season with a 20-1 mark. 

Dylan Maltz 
High School: Stone Bridge
College: Maryland
Year: Junior 
Position: Attack
Notes: Maltz netted three goals during a 13-7 victory against eighth-seeded Syracuse in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 21. 
Up Next: The top-seeded Terps (16-2) meet fifth-seeded Brown during a national semifinal in Philadelphia May 28. 

Brendan Collins 
High School: Georgetown Prep 
College: Notre Dame 
Year: Sophomore
Position: Midfield
Notes: Collins notched one goal during a 13-9 defeat to unseeded North Carolina in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 21. 
Up Next: The Fighting Irish cap the season with an 11-4 record. 

Romar Dennis
High School: St. Mary's Ryken 
College: Loyola
Year: Junior
Position: Midfield
Notes: Dennis registered one goal and picked up one ground ball during a 10-8 win against unseeded Towson in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 22. 
Up Next: The seventh-seeded Greyhounds (14-3) clash with unseeded North Carolina during a national semifinal in Philadelphia May 28. 

Caroline Wannen 
High School: Blake 
College: Maryland
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Wannen dished out a team-leading three feeds during an 18-3 rout of unseeded UMass in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 22.
Up Next: The top-seeded Terps (21-0) square off against fourth-seeded Syracuse during a national semifinal in Chester, Pa., May 27. 

Carly Reed
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
College: North Carolina
Year: Junior
Position: Attack
Notes: Reed notched one goal and picked up one ground ball during a 10-6 victory against sixth-seeded Notre Dame in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals May 21. 
Up Next: The third-seeded Tar Heels (18-2) play unseeded Penn State during a national semifinal in Chester May 27. 
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