Notebook: Baltimore rosters announced for Under Armour Underclass Tournament

June 20, 2013|The Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore rosters were unveiled Thursday for the Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament, which will be played July 5-7 at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium.

The sport’s most prestigious underclass tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South, Upstate New York, Washington and the West, and consist of players from the graduating classes of 2014-2016.

Over the three days, the teams will battle in a 10-team pool play tournament. The weekend is capped on July 7 at 3:30 p.m., when the winner of each pool will play for the championship.

Here are the Baltimore rosters:

BOYS

Name

Hometown

High School

Position

   

Jason Ashwood

Manchester

Hereford

Attack

   

Brendan Barger

Baldwin

Gilman

Long-stick midfield

   

AJ Barretto

Darlington

St. Paul's

Goalie

   

Peter Brown

Baltimore

Gilman

Midfield

   

Tal Bruno

Timonium

Boys’ Latin

Midfield

   

Adam Ceribelli

Monkton

Hereford

Midfield

   

Ryan Conrad

Timonium

Loyola

Midfield

   

Bryan Costabile

Sykesville

Mount St. Joseph

Midfield

   

William Gaudreau

Ruxton

Calvert Hall

Defense

   

Alex Gipe

Sykesville

Century

Goalie

   

Jack Halpert

Towson

Gilman

Long-stick midfield

   

Alex Hurdle

Cockeysville

McDonogh

Defense

   

Luke King

Severna Park

Severna Park

Defense

   

Andy Matthews

Baltimore

Gilman

Attack

   

William McBride

Baltimore

Gilman

Midfield

   

Hunter Moreland

White Hall

Boys’ Latin

Faceoff

   

Hugh Mosko

Bethesda

Boys' Latin

Defense

   

Matthew Sacks

Owings Mills

Boys Latin

Defense

   

Shack Stanwick

Baltimore

Boys Latin

Attack

   

John Travisano

Ellicott City

Howard

Faceoff

   

Jesse Uhlman

Finksburg

Westminster

Midfield

   

Brinton Valis

Baltimore

McDonogh

Midfield

   

Chase Wittich

Towson

Gilman

Attack

   

Mikey Wynne

Sykesville

St. Paul's

Attack

   


GIRLS

Name

Hometown

High School

Position

   

Paige Aldave

Baltimore

St. Paul's

Midfield

   

Julia Braig

Reisterstown

Saint Paul's

Defense

   

Molly Cobb

Towson

Notre Dame Prep

Midfield

   

Marissa Davey

Ellicott City

Marriotts Ridge

Midfield

   

Maggie Gallagher

Bel Air

C.M. Wright

Midfield

   

Jennifer Giles

Ellicott City

Mount Hebron

Midfield

   

Brindi Griffin

Edgewater

McDonogh

Midfield

   

Lauren Haggerty

Bel Air

C. Milton Wright

Midfield

   

Meredith Haggerty

Bel Air

John Carroll

Midfield

   

Carly Heine

Ijamsville

Oakdale

Midfield

   

lauren hudson

baltimore

Maryvale Prep

Defense

   

Miranda Ibello

Cockeysville

Maryvale Prep

Midfield

   

Amanda Ignacio

Cooksville

Mount de Sales

Attack

   

Kara Klages

Bel Air

John Carroll

Midfield

   

Haley Kyger

Edgewood

John Carroll

Defense

   

Alyx Oakley

Sparks

Hereford

Defense

   

Alexis Rieu

West Friendship

Good Counsel

Midfield

   

Katy Sharretts

Bel Air

John Carroll

Goalie

   

Brooke Stevens

Catonsville

Catonsville

Attack

   

Mae Tarr

Parkville

Notre Dame Prep

Midfield

   

Megan Taylor

Woodbine

Glenelg

Goalie

   

Tianna Wallpher

Ellicott City

Mount Hebron

Defense

   

Hannah Warther

Sykesville

Century

Midfield

   

Megan Whittle

Glenwood

McDonogh

Attack

 

Rising senior goalie Nicholas Ramsey of  Crofton and rising senior midfielders Greyson Torain of Odenton and Ryan Hursey (Westminster) were selected to the Washington team.

NDP grad Kirr joins Marquette as assistant

The Marquette women's program has announced the addition of former Georgetown attacker Jordy Kirr (Bryn Mawr) as an assistant coach in charge of the offense.

"Jordy is going to be an outstanding addition to the Marquette lacrosse family," said head coach Meredith Black, a former Towson assistant. "Jordy has such a great passion for the game and for coaching and I know she will bring championship experience to propel us to the next level. Jordy was a great player and I know she will be a great coach for us. We are excited to have her expertise with our program at Marquette."

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