Lacrosse’s Connection to We Are Marshall

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On the night of November 14th, 1970 in Wayne County, W.Va., Southern Airways Flight 932 crashed, killing 75 people. Among the dead were 37 Marshall football players, eight coaches, 25 boosters, two pilots, two flight attendants, and a charter coordinator. It is the single worst air tragedy in NCAA sports history.

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Centre Dominates Mount St. Joseph’s for First Win in The Zimmerman Era

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Grant Zimmerman recorded his first win as a head coach on Wednesday night as the Center Colonials defeated Mount St. Joseph’s by a score of 23-1. It was a dominating performance for the Colonels to secure their first win the the Zimmerman era.

Centre was led by Miles Diehl with 5 goals. Chase Poplin and Leland Gray each tallied 3 goals in the Colonels win. In goal the Colonels played Connor Jongewaard, Willis McCutcheon, and Jack Perryman as they all split time. 

Kevin McClanahan scored the lone goal from Mount St. Joseph’s. In goal for the Lions Austin Lowery and Dakota Lambing split time evenly with each guys getting 30:00 of action.

It was a dominating performance for Centre, and it all started from the opening faceoff. With Nic Malubay got the scoring started for Centre early on in the first. That Malubay goal was the start of a five goal run to open things up for Centre in the first. Mount St. Joseph’s got their first and only goal from Kevin McClanahan with 1:57 in the first. 

After that Centre continued their domination as they held a 15-1 lead at the half. They continued that trend through the second half as the Colonels finished with a 23-1 win over the Lions. 

Centre lead in every single category during this game. They had 57 shots to Mount St. Joseph’s 7. In the ground ball battle it was 45-11 in favor of Centre and the Colonels converted 19-20 clears as well. That much success all over the field usually leads to wins, and it did here tonight for Centre. 

The next game up for Centre will be a trip to Hanover on Saturday, February 23rd. Mount St. Joseph’s next game will be on March 3rd as they have their home opener against Oglethorpe. 



Washington & Lee Gets Bounce Back Win Over Christopher Newport in Early Season Top 15 Battle

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After a very tough road loss to York over the weekend to start the season, Washington & Lee bounced back with a big 14-7 win over Christopher Newport on Wednesday night. While it didn’t feel like the momentum ever swayed back and forth too much, W&L was able to find some momentum in the second half and seal the deal. 

The #12 ranked Generals were led on offense by Mike Weaver with 5 points (3G,2A). In addition, A.J. Witherell had 4 points (2G,2A) while Jack Hodgson had 2 goals on the night. Hodgson also gave the Generals a huge boost going 18-24 at the faceoff dot. The W&L defense had themselves a day with Jack Taylor making 8 saves off of 15 shots on cage. Out in front of Taylor John Broderick led the way with 3 caused turnovers while also scooping up 1 ground ball. 

For the #14 ranked Captains were led on offense by Dylan Rice who tallied 2 goals, and Will Stockhausen put up 2 points (1G,1A). At the faceoff dot CNU struggled with Aidan FitzGerald going 7-20 and Phoenix Hines going 0-7. On the defensive end of the field Miles Collins helped lead the way with 1 caused turnover and 3 ground balls. Will Cogan and Max Wayne also contributed to the defense. In goal Scott McAneney was pretty good with 11 saves off of 25 shots on goal. 

Alex Horgan would score pretty early on to give CNU a 1-0 lead with 12:06 in the first. It was a defensive battle for about six minutes after that with both squads going back and fourth. W&L started to heat up about halfway through the first as they went on a 4-goal run that lasted from the 6:50 to :32 mark. CNU got a very late goal with 3 seconds in the first. 

Heading into the second quarter W&L held a 4-2 lead. That lead would quickly get trimmed to a one goal 4-3 lead after a CNU man-up goal from Lucas Barry early on in the 2nd. Again, W&L had a bigger answer with a 2-goal run midway through the second to stretch the lead back out to 6-3. During that run the Generals saw Walker Brown and Jack Hodgson score back to back goals in less than a minute. Dylan Rice answered for CNU just a few minutes later. To end the quarter A.J. Witherell  found the back of the net with 3:50 to go in the half to out W&L up 7-4.

The Generals went into halftime with a ton of momentum on their side and while the Captains were trying to get back into the groove of things.’

Riding that momentum the Generals came out of the half firing as Mike Weaver continued the offensive success they had seen in the first half. A Stuart Greenspon goal followed to give W&L a daunting 9-4 lead over CNU. As the Captains were down they found momentum with some ball movement that led to a Will Stockhausen goal. Just a minute later CNU found the back of the net again by way of Brady Altobello. That goal cut it to just a 3-goal 9-6 W&L lead with 6:49 in the third.

W&L was able to come back as they went on a 3-goal run from the end of the third to to about midway in the fourth. The last goal in that run was a man-up goal from Ben Mullholland that seemed to take any wind left out of CNU’s sails. The Captains would get one more goal by way of Dylan Rice, but the Generals finished with two goals late in the fourth to seal the bounce back win.

The name of the game was the offensive efficiency from W&L and how many possessions they were able to have with that imbalance at the faceoff dot. CNU was able to make some really good runs but never could flip the switch completely and complete the comeback. 

Both of these teams will be back in action on Saturday as W&L will travel to Denision while CNU will have their home opener against Colorado College.


DIII and NAIA Storylines Around the Bluegrass in 2019

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You all requested it and you are getting it. Here are the storylines coming into the 2019 season from DIII and NAIA schools around the state of Kentucky.

Obviously the biggest college storyline in Kentucky this season is at Bellarmine with Jim Mitchell coming in as the new head coach and looking to build the Knights into a consistent SoCon power.

There is more college lacrosse action around the Bluegrass state than just the Bellarmine Knights. In Kentucky there are two NCAA DIII schools and three NAIA schools that currently field men’s lacrosse teams. 

So here are the storylines for every Kentucky DIII and NAIA men’s team coming into the 2019 season. 

Division III

Entering the Heartland Conference Era can The Success Continue For Transylvania? 

2019 is a big year for the Transylvania Pioneers as they, and the rest of their counter parts, will be entering a new conference for lacrosse. Over the past five years the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference (ORLC) served as the conference for both men’s and women’s lacrosse programs whose schools were in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) and President’s Athletic Conference (PAC). All of the schools in both conferences are in the upper south and midwest.

Both of those conferences are finally sponsoring lacrosse so all of those teams will be in their school’s main conference for lacrosse just like other sports. Both conferences will get auto-bids to the NCAA tournament just like they did in the ORLC the past two seasons.

Transylvania has been on an upward trend ever since the programs inception in 2013 as the Pioneers have never had a losing season and have made the NCAA tournament two seasons in a row and won the ORLC all four years it was in existence. As the Pioneers enter a new conference with five familiar foes they look to replicate the same success and go even further. The next big goal for the Pioneers is to win their first NCAA tournament game as they have been pounced in the first round by Hampton-Sydney and Washington and Lee in 2017 and 2018. 

Coming off of a 12-7 season in 2018 the Pioneers return a lot of talent on both sides of the ball. Their biggest returner is junior LSM T.J. Toivonen. The Sherwood, OR native was one of the main contributors for the Pioneers last season with 55 caused turnovers, 97 ground balls, 4 assist, and 14 goals. Toivonen was voted as the ORLC Defensive player of the year and selected by the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) as an All-Region defense honorable mention for the Mid-Atlantic region. 

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In addition to Toivonen the Pioneers have a lot of talent coming back. On offense the Pioneers return three of their top five scorers in junior attackman/midfielder Trenton Sneed, senior attackman Nic Bailey, and sophomore midfielder Kayd Aquino. In 2018 Sneed tallied 70 points (26G,44A), Bailey had 39 points (27G,12A), and Aquino ended the year with 30 points (22G,8A).

On the defensive side of the field they return a lot of firepower with junior Ben Kraft, senior Logan Fogle, and others. Kraft had 20 caused turnovers and 34 ground balls last season while Fogle had 11 caused turnovers and scooped up 44 ground balls. In goal to anchor the defense sophomore Michael Webb looks to improve on what was a fantastic freshman campaign where he racked up 144 saves with a 50.2 save percentage.

At the faceoff dot Transylvania returns junior Paul Stickel. The Louisville, KY native and Trinity alum went 171-309 at the faceoff dot with last season. Stickel currently sits 6th all-time in career faceoff percentage at Transylvania with a current career percentage of .542.

The Pioneers look poised to have another great season, win their conference, and get their third trip to the NCAA tournament. Transylvania will open the 2019 season on February 20th at home against Augustana (IL). Their first ever HCAC conference game will be at home on March 13th against Hanover. 

How Can Centre Continue to Improve Under Zimmerman?

The Centre Colonels underwent a big change this season as Grant Zimmerman was hired as the new head men’s lacrosse coach at Centre. Zimmerman was a standout goalie at North Carolina and comes to Centre after being an assistant at Denison for three season where he helped lead them to an NCAA Final-Four appearance in 2017. 

With this new energy that coach Zimmerman brings to Centre the Colonels look to continue to improve in 2018 and beyond.

The Colonels have been going up ever since the programs inception in 2011. The Colonels were the first college lacrosse team in Kentucky to make it to a national tournament  when they made the NCAA tournament in 2013. Since that season the Colonels haven’t won their conference, Southern Athletic Association (SAA), as they look to get back to being in the NCAA tournament once again. As the Colonels enter the Zimmerman era the future looks bright as they look to become a perennial contender in the SAA year after year. 

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Coming into 2019 off of a 7-8 2018 season where the Colonels lost to Birmingham Southern in the first round of the SAA tournament they return a lot of young talent on both sides of the ball. 

On offense the Colonels will be led by sophomore attackmen Nick Maluby, Anthony DiMichele, and senior attackman Leland Gray. Last season Maulby led the team with 34 points (27G,7A) while DiMichele tallied 30 points (15G,15A), and Gray put up 25 points (19G,6A). On the defensive end the Colonels will be looking to junior’s Adam Johnson and James Silva to lead the way. Johnson tallied 13 caused turnovers and 22 ground balls last season while Silva had 13 caused turnovers and scooped up 24 ground balls.

At the faceoff dot the Colonels return junior Lucas Mozingo who went 119-231 last season. Sophomore Jonathan Pharies will also get some reps as well again this season. The biggest hole for Centre is in goal as they lose Sam Long who was a two-time USILA DIII All-American Honorable Mention and played in the USILA North vs South DII/DIII game last season. Long was also the first ever All-American in Centre lacrosse history. Junior Jack Perryman looks to be the guy to replace Long as he played about 50 minutes last season across three games. Perryman had 5 saves and didn’t allow a single goal. 

Entering a new era of Centre Colonels lacrosse they have a lot of youth and energy coming into this season. They will open the 2019 season on February 17th at home against Wittenberg. Centre will open SAA conference play on March 16th on the road against Sewanee. 


With A New Head Coach in Year Two, What Can Union Achieve? 

The Union Bulldogs are entering their second season as a program. They also have the rarity of having a new head coach in their second year as well. Jeremy Strunk will lead the Bulldogs in 2019 after being an assistant at Aquinas (MI) for one season. Strunk was a high school coach for Hudsonville (MI) as well. He played in the MCLA D2 at Grand Valley State. Strunk brings some new young energy into lead this very young program and build the foundation. 

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Union comes into the 2019 season after a 2018 campaign where they went 0-13. The Bulldogs look to be much improved after a season of growing pains in year one. With a lot of youth back on this Bulldogs squad they should be able to improve off of last season. Competing in the tough Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) will be a challenge for sure as the AAC is one of the best, if not the best, NAIA conferences in lacrosse. 

The Bulldogs schedule on the AAC website only shows three games at the moment and Union hasn’t uploaded their schedule on their athletics website yet. (weird right?) 

Can Asbury Get Over The Hump in Year Four? 

The Asbury Eagles come into the 2019 season looking to keep improving in year four of the program. The Eagles are now in their second year under head coach Ben Murhphy as he looks to get this young program off the ground and running full speed ahead. 

Asbury is still looking to get to at least that .500 win percentage mark as they haven’t won more than four games since playing a full NAIA schedule. They will also be looking to get more than three conference wins. Asbury competes in the tough Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) which is one of the best, if not the best, NAIA conferences in lacrosse. 

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The Eagles have a lot of young talent back on both sides of the field this season. They will open the 2019 season at home against Aquinas (MI) on February 23rd. 

Cumberlands Continues to Rise as A Powerhouse

In the mountains of eastern Kentucky a NAIA lacrosse powerhouse is on the rise and ready to take the next step. The University of the Cumberlands have been dominant over the past few seasons as head coach Pete Campbell has built a winning culture in just four years. 

Cumberlands enters the 2019 season, their fifth as a program, after a 2018 season where they reached new heights of making the NAIA Invitational where they lost to Madonna in the second round after beating Siena Heights in the first round, and finished the season ranked 4th in the country. Cumberlands looks to get back to the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) championship game and the NAIA Invitational in 2019.

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Cumberlands has a lot of talent returning from last year’s groundbreaking season. On offense the Patriots return their top three point scorers from last season in sophomore attackman Caleb Elerick, sophomore midfielder Dylan Crouch, and junior attackman Sam Collinson. Elerick tallied 53 points (26G,27A) last seaso to lead the team while Crouch had 39 points (25G,14A) and Collinson had 36 points (22G,14A). On defense senior Nick DiFranco and sophomore Jake Morgan look to lead the way among others on that end of the field. DiFranco had 43 caused turnovers and scooped up 116 ground balls last season while Morgan tallied 42 caused turnovers and 82 ground balls in 2018. 

At the faceoff dot senior Kody Swann will be back to take the majority of the draws in 2019 after going 206-328 at the faceoff dot last season. In goal junior Will Settle looks to improve off of a good freshman campaign where he made 164 saves with a .590 save percentage. The Patriots have a lot back and they look poised to make another run at the NAIA Invitational and maybe go further than last season. 



Centre Announces Zimmerman as Head Coach

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DIII Centre College in Danville, KY has announced that Denison assistant coach Grant Zimmerman will be the new head coach at Centre. The hiring of Zimmerman comes after former head coach Dan Sharbaugh left Centre to be the first head coach at Illinois Tech.

Zimmerman spent the last three seasons at Denison as the defensive coordinator and goalies coach. During his time at Denison the Big red reached the NCAA tournament three times and went to the final four in 2017. Denison was also a mainstay in the top 25 during his time there as well.

Prior to his time at Denison Zimmerman spent time at the high school level as a coach for the Gilman School in Baltimore as well as three seasons coaching at Susquehannock High school in Glen Rock, PA. Zimmerman staring his college coaching career at John Carroll where he was the defensive coordinator. 

Zimmerman was a four year starting goalie for the North Carolina Tar Heels. He played for UNC from 2006-09. As a Junior for the Tar Heels, Zimmerman was named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List.

Zimmerman Said, “I am excited and honored to serve as the head men’s lacrosse coach at Centre College,” Zimmerman said. “I would like to thank Director of Athletics Brad Fields along with the entire search committee for giving me this incredible opportunity to lead this program. I owe a great deal of gratitude to coach Mike Caravana for his guidance the past three years at Denison and to the continued support of my wife. Centre lacrosse will be a program built on family, discipline, hard work, and accountability. My goal is to create an elite environment in our pursuit to be the best version of ourselves. We will grow everyday on the field, in the classroom, and within the community.”

Centre College Searching For New Head Coach

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Centre College and head men’s lacrosse coach Dan Sharbaugh have parted ways. This seems like a very odd situation because of the success Sharbaugh has had at Centre. Also, the only real notice of the job being open was a job posting on the NCAA Job Market website. I find that very odd that a school would do that before publicly announcing a coaching search. I am not sure what the reason for this or whose decision it was.

Sharbaugh did have some success during his time in Danville,KY. During his four year tenure the Colonels combined for a 32-27 record. Sharbaugh has lead the Colonels to four straight post-season appearances in the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) conference tournament. In 2016 Centre even made it to the the SAA championship game where they eventually fell Sewanee by a score of 9-7.

Although Centre may not get as much attention as other college programs in Kentucky like DI Bellarmine and DIII foe Transylvania they have certainly grown. Just watching a few games a year you can tell that the level of play has significantly increased down in Danville. Coach Sharbaugh has rubbed off some of his DIII coaching pristine at Centre. That pristine he gained while as an assistant at top DIII programs such as Gettysburg and York.

In this coaching search there are many different ways that Centre can go. They could go out and get a top level assistant from a DIII or DII program, or they could try and snag away a head coach from another DII or DIII school. This will be very interesting to see what direction Centre goes in this time after they had some good success with their last hire.

DIII Championship; Wesleyan Defeats Salisbury to Claim First Ever National Title

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The Wesleyan Cardinals came into this game as the underdog, even after taking down undefeated top seed RIT last weekend. The Cardinals have won their conference and made it to the NCAA tournament many times in the past, but one goal remained unsatisfied until today. That goal of winning a national championship. Before accomplishing that goal the Cardinals would have to go though a tough Salisbury team. Unlike Wesleyan, Salisbury has been to numerous national championships and they have twelve, including the past two seasons. What Coach Berkman had built over at Salisbury has stood the test of time as they seem to always be in the conversation every year. That is just how dominate of a program Salisbury has been for most of last three decades. 

Wesleyan got off to a hot start that really set up the Cardinals for the rest of the game. Taylor Ghesquiere, Christian Barker, Harry Stanton, and Carter Hawthorne would get Wesleyan off to a hot 4-0 start. Salisbury would have to take a timeout at the 7:09 mark to be able to regroup and refocus. The ball would go up and down the field multiple times as each team was successfully clearing the ball and taking shots, but none would go in. Salisbury would draw final blood in the first as Zach pompea got the Seagulls on the board, and that would the first quarter with Wesleyan. 

Salisbury used that momentum coming out of the first quarter as a catalyst for a little offensive run that they would be able to put together. A pair of Corey Gwin goals would give the Seagulls some momentum with a 2-0 run. The play would be pretty slow as each teams took turns returning shots and playing some good defense. Harry Stanton would get his second goal on the day to give Wesleyan a 5-3 lead with 3 minutes in the 2nd. Salisbury would have opportunities to trim the lead before the half, but they could just never convert as Wesleyan lead 5-3 at the half.

The third quarter would be pretty slow to begin with, until Salisbury’s Josh Melton would make it a one goal 5-4 Wesleyan lead with 10:12 in the third. Unfortunately, that would be the last goal Salisbury would have in the third. Wesleyan just took over the game after that. Tylor Ghesquiere, Corey Aviles, and Carter Hawthorne would help push Wesleyan into a bigger lead with a three goal run to end the third quarter. Salisbury was again stifled by that Wesleyan defense that created turnovers that turned into opportunities for the Cardinals. I really feel this is where we really saw more energy from Wesleyan and it felt like it could have been over right there.

The fourth quarter would be pretty slow as Salisbury would be the only team to score. Griffin Moroney and Zach Pompea would be the only two scorers in the final fifteen minutes of play. The defensive play actually quite good late in the game as each team was trying to limit the other from getting too hot and running away with the game. This made for some fun transition play that created some unsettled situations.

Wesleyan went through a gauntlet all season long in the NESCAC and then in the NCAA tournament. They were able to conquered each road as well as learned from mistakes on the way. The Cardinals prevailed and they beat one of the greatest dynasties in not only DIII, but in college lacrosse. This was a great way for the season to end for Wesleyan, especially after all the adversity from a teammate losing his father to losing to Tufts twice before finally beating them in the tournament. It was a great season for Wesleyan and what a better way to end it than getting your programs first ever NCAA Championship.

Centre Downs Transylvania On the Road in Lexington

   On Tuesday night the two DIII teams in Kentucky went head to head. The Transylvania Pioneers welcomed the Centre Colonels to Lexington for what looked to be a pretty competitive game.
Well, this game was anything but that. The Colonels came in and did not mess around at all. The got straight to business and they put the Pioneers away very easily. Honestly, it wasn’t even close. So, any of you all that voted in our Twitter poll only 14% guessed the winner right.

   This game was only the fifth all time meeting between these two schools. Centre leads the all time series 3-2. Centre started play in 2011 and Transylvania in 2014. Both teams have had great success, especially in their conferences. In fact, both teams have been to the DIII NCAA tournament before. Even though these two teams have been very close, the past two years Transylvania has been the more dominate team. The final of the 2017 meeting which was at Centre in Danville was a 23-3 Transylvania win. That is a beating. So, I guess you could say that Centre got revenge on the Pioneers for last year.

   Centre got out to a very hot start in this game. In the first quarter Centre found the back of the net four different times with three different players. By Halftime it would be 6-1 Centre. Transylvania would not find the back of the net until late in the second quarter. Transylvania had opportunities and they did get some shots off. It’s just that they either made mistakes, missed the cage, or their shot was stopped. That really was the story of the game after Nick Bailey got them that one lone goal.

   In the second half, Centre came back out and put on an offensive clinic. They had three goals in the third. Those goals were the product of two different players. At the end of the third the score was 9-1 and then the final would be 10-1 Centre.

   Even though this game was pretty much a blowout each team had guys that stepped up and contributed to the team in many different ways. For Transylvania it was guys like Nick Bailey, T.J. Toivonen, Michael Webb, Paul Stickel, and Kris Stone that carried this team. That seems to be the usual cast for the Pioneers this year. Nick Bailey had the teams lone goal and T.J. Tovionen gobbled up 6 ground balls. Also, the Oregon native was named the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference defensive player of the week for the second time this year. Michael Webb was the man sitting in between the pipes and I know he does not like to see 10 goals go past him. He did however have 7 saves. Paul Stickel(Sticky P) won 3 of 11 faceoffs. That is not his best but he is still at 51.7% on the year. Kris Stone gets the toughness award for this game. The Louisville, KY native and 2016 Mr. Lacrosse has had to battle injury this season but he has still played very tough. He is mostly a faceoff man as he went 0-4 today. I saw him getting back and playing defense as a D Middie after losing the draw. That is not someting that you don’t see out of every faceoff guy, especially at the college level.

   Centre had many guys that contributed as well. The guys that lead the Colonels to victory were Chase Poplin, Leland Gray, Jack Shannon, Padraic Dermody, Sam Long, and Lucas Mozingo. Chase Poplin put up a total of 3 goals while he also had an assist. Leland Gray had 3 goals while he also picked up just as many ground balls off the carpet. Jack Shannon found the net twice as he had two goals while also picking up 4 ground balls. Padraic Dermody lead the team in assist with 2. Dermody also picked up a ground ball as well. In between the pipes was Sam Long who had a great day. Long played 59 minutes and racked up 11 saves while only allowing 1 goal. At the faceoff dot Luca Mozingo went 10-13 which is very good. This Centre team just had a ton of guys step up all over the place. That is ultimately what drove them to victory.

   Each of these teams will have their next contest this weekend. Transylvania will play fellow conference for Grove City at home. Centre will also have a home game as they will play conference opponent Hendrix. I am pretty sure that both teams will be able to get a win this weekend and up themselves in their respective conferences.

Statistical Recap

Ground Balls
Face Offs Won
Man Up 

  One of the things that makes this game so special is the number of in state guys that each team has. Both Centre and Transylvania have a number of guys that are from the Louisville, KY and Lexington, KY areas. They really have been quite good at getting these kids and being successful with them on their rosters. So, a lot of these guys grew up playing with and against each in high school and even middle school. Here is a list of all the local kids that are currently on each teams roster.

Hometown & High School
Hometown & High School
Lexington, KY / Henry Clay
Louisville, KY / North Oldham
Louisville, KY / Ballard
Lexington, KY / Henry Clay
Louisville, KY / duPont Manual
Lexington, KY / Lexington Catholic
Lexington, KY / Lexington Catholic
Louisville, KY / Trinity
Louisville, KY / Trinity
Louisville, KY / St. Xavier
Lexington, KY / Lexington Catholic
Louisville, KY / Eastern
Lexington, KY / Henry Clay
Louisville, KY / Collegiate
Lexington, KY / Tates Creek
Louisville, KY / St. Xavier
Louisville, KY / Male
Louisville, KY / Kentucky Country Day
Louisville, KY / Trinity
Louisville, KY / Collegiate
Lexington, KY / Henry Clay
Lexington, KY / Henry Clay
Louisville, KY / St. Xavier
Louisville, KY / St. Xavier
Louisville, KY / Collegiate
Louisville, KY / North Oldham
Louisville, KY / Ballard

Richmond, KY / Madison Central