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Kyle Harrison- Rookie MLL season, 19 points in 12 games. A career .611 faceoff win percentage at Johns Hopkins.

Tillman Johnson. Amazing career behind the net at Virginia. Won a national championship in 2003.

John Grant Jr. MLL career has been very good, so has his college. 177 points in 2 years at Delaware. So much hardware.

Kevin Huntley. STUD. Amazing Hopkins career, most recently known for his top play on SC.

Steven Peyser. Excelent F/O guy and goal scorer. Backed up Rabil all those seasons.

Del Dressal. Hopkins middie. Very few know about him though. HOF.

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Mark Greenberg. 3 time all-american Defenseman for Hopkins. HOF.

Darren Lowe. Brown University all time scoring leader with 316 points. HOF

Roddy Marino. USA lacrosse player and standout at Virginia. All-American. HOF.

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Dave Petramala. Maybe the best Defenseman ever, standout at Hopkins. HOF.

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Ryan Powell. 329 MLL points. 200 NLL.

Matt Ward. Postseason beast at Virginia. 208 points at UVA. 61 points in MLL.

 Thomas Sears. Goalie for two championships won at UNC. HOF.

Brian Wood. Hopkins attack during those successful '80's. 100 goals and 78 assists in college career. HOF.

 Casey Powell. Incredible pro career. These are his college awards. HOF.

  • Division I Most Outstanding Player two years in a row (1997, 1998)
  • Division I National Attackman of the Year (1998)
  • Division I National Midfielder of the Year (1996)
  • Four-time NCAA All-Tournament team member (1995-98)
  • Named to Lacrosse magazine's All-Century Team
  • Paul Rabil. He is sicker than french toast; and quicker. He has won 2 championships at Hopkins. Future HOF.

     Mikey Powell. He is the alltime leading scorer for Syracuse. Gary Gait, Paul Gait, his brothers, they all played on 'Cuse; that is hard to believe that he holds that record. 4 time Tewaarton finalist.

    Paul Gait. Syracuse great, but his college career was overshadowed by the controversy and his brother. HOF.

    Gary Gait. The greatest lacrosse player to ever play. Known for his behind the net move. He innovated the game so much. HOF.

    Doug Knight. 3 time all american at Virginia. Innovator of the game. Brought it to what it is today. With his airbourne move into the cage, he transformed lacrosse. In this clip, he is the one who saves the day.

    Conor Gill. Virginia player, so nasty. 318 MLL points. Lacrosse all-world in his 4 years at UVA.

     

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