Senior Ian Crumley has received two national lacrosse honors. Crumley was named a US Lacrosse All-American, and has received an invitation to try out for the US Under-19 team.
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Lucius Polk ’03 was selected to play in the Division I-II USILA North South All-Star Classic that was played on May 25 at Calvert Hall in Baltimore.
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The 2007 STA Lacrosse Annual will be back from the printer and available for team members and families in early June. In the meantime, click here to view a pdf version of the Annual.
Following is the St. Albans lacrosse summer schedule.
St. Albans is ranked number 1 in the area in this week’s Washington Examiner boys lacrosse Top 10. IAC teams hold the top four positions and five of the top six. Following are the rankings: 1. St. Albans (15-4), 2. St. Stephens & St. Agnes (13-5), 3. Georgetown Prep (19-1), 4. Landon (15-4), 5. Wootton (15-0), 6. Bullis (11-6), 7. DeMatha (14-6), 8. Gonzaga (8-10), 9. Robinson (11-2), and 10. Churchill (11-2).
The annual Alumni Game is scheduled for June 3 at 1:00 pm at Saterlee-Henderson Field.
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St. Albans defeated St. Stephens & St. Agnes 7-6 Saturday in two overtimes to win the IAC tournament for the first time. The win guarantees the Bulldogs at least a share of the IAC league title. Following is the lead paragraph on DCSportsFan. “With 7:52 left in the fourth quarter, St. Albans Jack Balaban fired a goal past Mark White to give the Bulldogs the 6-2 advantage. St. Albans’ sideline erupted as the dagger went deep into the chest of St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes lacrosse team. But 52 seconds later, Andrew Connor scored the first of three goals in the final seven minutes to lead the Saints right back into the game. Connor’s third goal of the period and fourth of the game crossed past Guy Van Syckle and into the back of the net with 36.8 seconds remaining to tie the game, 6-6. But as regulation expired and the game went to a first and then second overtime period, it was Balaban who proved to be the difference. The junior attackman scored the game-winner with 2:54 left in second overtime to hand St. Albans its first IAC lacrosse championship in school history.”
Seven STA alums made this year’s NCAA lacrosse tournament, and lacrosse fans can see six STA alums play in tournament games this weekend. In Division I, Notre Dame (Lucius Polk ’03) plays Johns Hopkins at 7:30 this Saturday at Hopkins. Maryland (Harry and Thomas Alford ’03) plays UMBC at 7:30 pm on Sunday at College Park. Princeton (Evan Magruder ’04) plays Georgetown Sunday at noon here in Washington. In Division III, Middlebury (Will Simpson ’03 and Glenn Bickley ’04) plays Wesleyan (Ct.) on Saturday at Wesleyan. Denison (Hank Murphey ’03) made the Division III tournament, but lost in the first round Wednesday. For Notre Dame tickets call 410-516-7490, for Maryland tickets call 1-800-462-8377, and for Princeton tickets call 202-687-2449. NCAA Lacrosse Website
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“The last time St. Albans beat Landon in lacrosse was in 1984. Ronald Reagan was president, Joe Theismann was leading the Redskins to an 11-5 season, the Washington Bullets finished 27 games out of first place and Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken, Jr. combined for 56 home runs. Twenty-three short years later, St. Albans lacrosse defeated Landon once again and will play for the IAC Championship this Saturday against St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes. The Saints pulled off a tremendous upset of their own, defeating Georgetown Prep 7-6 to end the Little Hoyas 48-game winning streak. The two upsets will set up the first final without Landon or Prep in IAC history.” more