2015 Mass Prep Stars Boys Lacrosse Super Team and Honor Roll

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

2015 Mass Prep Stars Boys Lacrosse Super Team and Honor Roll
Max Stukalin '16 - Longmeadow

Our Mass Prep Stars boys lacrosse private school player (s) of the year for the 2015 boy’s lacrosse season are attack/middie Sean Lowrie ’15 of Roxbury Latin and Phillips Andover attack Ryder Garnsey ’15 PG. Both athletes were named All-American’s this season and both will move on to Division 1 lacrosse at two of the country’s top programs with Lowrie heading to Duke University and Garnsey heading to the University of Notre Dame.

Sean Lowrie ’15 – A/M, Roxbury Latin – Lowrie will go down as one of the most decorated athletes in Roxbury Latin history. The 2015 ISL Most Valuable Player was named an All-American this season and graduates as RL’s all-time leading scorer with 259 career points. Lowrie finished his senior season with 72 points and helped lead RL to one of their best overall seasons in program history, notching a program high 14 wins.  Lowrie finishes his prep career as the top ranked player in Massachusetts, as named by both Boston Lax and Mass Prep Stars. The Duke bound offensive standout also starred on the gridiron for the RL’s as one of the state’s top Wide Receivers.

Lowrie is one of the rare athletes who played meaningful and impactful lacrosse, and football), at RL since freshman and even eighth grade years. The three time All-ISL lacrosse star was also an All-ISL performer on the gridiron and teamed with his brother Mackay (Bentley) on the gridiron early in his high school career. One of the moments that stuck out from covering Lowrie during his high school career was a game-winning goal he netted in a big Overtime win over Nobles in 2014.

 

 

 

Ryder Garnsey ’15 PG – A, Phillips Andover Academy – The New Hampshire native recorded 47 goals and 46 assists in just  15 games, helping lead Phillips Andover to a 14-1 record and one of the top ranked programs in New England. The lone loss for PA came early in the season in a one goal loss to ISL co-champion Belmont Hill.

I am not sure there has been a more dynamic attackman to come out of New England in the past five years than Garnsey. His creativity and ability to finish in a myriad of ways made him one of the most special players in New England and a treat for spectators and fans alike. After completing an All-American career at Brewster Academy (NH) the Notre Dame commit came South to Andover for a postgraduate year of academics and lacrosse. All the Under Armour All-American did was help lead PA to one of their best finishes in decades and solidifying his status as one of the top attackmen in the country. You can watch Garnsey’s impressive highlight reel from his 2015 season at PA below.
 

 

 

 

The 2015 Massachusetts lacrosse season and 2014-2015 school years are complete and we take a look back on the season with our annual boy's lacrosse postseason recognitions. Our annual Super Teams and Superlatives have grown considerably n the  past four / five years since beginning the Prep Stars journey back in 2011.
Take a look at the past few years of our End of Year Honor Roll Articles

2014 Season
2013 Season
2012 Season
2011 Season

2015 All Mass Prep Stars Super Team 1st team (includes MIAA, ISL & NE)

Players of the Year (3) – Also members of the 2015 First Super Team

Public/MIAA – M – John MacLean ’16 - Medfield – Read Article
Prep/Private – A/M – Sean Lowrie ’15 – Roxbury Latin & A - Ryder Garnsey’15 PG – Philips Andover Academy – Read Article

Attack (3)

A – Eric Holden ’16 – Lincoln-Sudbury
A – Larsen Bidstrup ’15 – Governor’s
A – Mikey Herring ’15 – Avon Old Farms (CT) Mass. resident

Midfield (3)

M – Max Stukalin ’16 - Longmeadow
M – Harlan Smart ’16 – Lincoln-Sudbury
M – Charlie Durbin ’15 – Belmont Hill School

LSM (1)

LSM – Oskar Djusberg ’16 – BC HIgh

FOGO (1)

FOGO – Jack-Henry Vara ’16 – Medfield

2-Way Midfielder (1)

2-Way – Mike Martens ’16 – Algonquin

Defense (3)

D – Zach Ambrosino ’15 – Taft (CT) Mass. resident
D – Hunter Marston ’15 - Duxbury
D – Will Weitzel ’16 – Roxbury Latin

Goalies (1)

G – Jack Corbett ’15 – Hotchkiss (CT) Mass. resident

 

2015 All Mass Prep Stars Super Team 2nd team (includes MIAA, ISL & NE)

Attack (4)

A – Matthew Treiber ’16 - Medfield
A – Grant Gregory ’15 – Dover-Sherborn
A – Michael McCormack ’15 – Mt. Greylock

Midfield (4)

M – Jeff Trainor ’16 - Billerica
M – Cole Kissick ’15 - Cohasset
M – Matt Sharpe ’15 – Duxbury
M/A – JT Kelly ’15 – Acton-Boxboro

LSM (2)

LSM / Wing / Defense – Andrew Song ’17 – Roxbury Latin
LSM – Cam Macri ’16 – Governor’s Academy

FOGO (2)

FOGO – Connor Hunt ’16 – Duxbury
FOGO – Junior Alemeida ’16 – Lincoln-Sudbury

2-Way Midfielder (2)

All-Around – Angus O’Rourke ’15 – St. Sebastian’s
All – Around – Jack Gould ’15 – Governor’s Academy

Defense (4)

D – Ryan Caley ’15 – Governor’s Academy
D – Jack Lyne ’16 – Middlesex
D - Liam Stauss ’15 – Duxbury
D – Alex Santangelo ’15 – Belmont Hill

Goalies (2)

G - Joshua Kirson ’15 – Rivers School – ’16 Hill Academy
G – Tyler Canto ’16 - Billerica
 

All In-Class (Players of the Year in their Class Public & Private)


Class of 2015

Public: Michael McCormack ’15 – Attack - Mount Greylock
Private: Sean Lowrie ’15 – Midfield/Attack – Roxbury Latin

Class of 2016

Public: John MacLean ’16 – Midfield - Medfield
Private: Will Weitzel ’16 – Defense – Roxbury Latin

Class of 2017

Public: Bailey Laidman ’17 – Attack - Dover-Sherborn
Private: Andrew Song ’17 – Defense / LSM – Roxbury Latin

Class of 2018

Public: Will Thomas ’18 – Midfield - Cohasset
Private: Hayden Cheek ’18 – Attack – Noble & Greenough


All-Under the Radar (Players Deserving of More Press!)

Class of 2015 – Jack Gould ’15 – Midfield – Governor’s Academy
Class of 2016 – Reuben Allik ’16 – Defense - Natick
Class of 2017 - Sean Sperzel ’17 – Xaverian

All-Breakout Performers (Player who exploded on the scene as top stars in 2014)

Class of 2015 – Liam Stauss ’15 – Defense - Duxbury
Class of 2016 – Will Lukas – ’16 – Attack – Longmeadow
Class of 2017 – Andrew Song ’17 – Defense / LSM – Roxbury Latin

All-Out of State Players of the Year (Top Mass. Performers Playing Out of State)

Class of 2015 – Zach Ambrosino ’15 – Taft School (Dover, Mass.)
Class of 2016 – Matt Davies ’16 – Taft School (Medfield, Mass.)
Class of 2017 – Adrian Enchill ’17 – Westminster (Pittsfield, Mass.)


Please follow Mass Prep Stars for live game coverage and athlete updates on Twitter @masspreps. Please also stay connected with us on our Facebook page. You can check out our NEW Instagram page, where we will bring you live shots and clips from Mass Prep Stars in action. Lastly, make sure you create and update your Mass Prep Stars athlete profile, by going to http://massprepstars.com/players/profile-options and use it as your Scholastic Athletic Resume. You can create and update your bio information, statistics, photos, videos and news links! Please Email us with any questions!


Players in Article


Popular Articles

Check out some of the most popular articles on MAPS

2018 Football Video Recap: St. Sebastian’s 35, Governor’s 14
2018 Football Video Recap: St. Sebastian’s 35, Governor’s 14 - By Mike Flanagan @flano0BYFIELD – St. Sebastian’s found
2018 Football Video Recap: Duxbury 38, Hingham 20
2018 Football Video Recap: Duxbury 38, Hingham 20 - By Eamon ConveyDUXBURY -- When Duxbury (5-0) and Hingham
2018 Football Video Recap: BB&N 38, Belmont Hill 24
2018 Football Video Recap: BB&N 38, Belmont Hill 24 - By Mike Flanagan (@fLAno0)CAMBRIDGE -- BB&N senior

Latest Articles

Check out some of the latest articles on MAPS

2018 Football Video Recap: St. Sebastian’s 35, Governor’s 14
2018 Football Video Recap: St. Sebastian’s 35, Governor’s 14 - By Mike Flanagan @flano0BYFIELD – St. Sebastian’s found
2018 Football Video Recap: Duxbury 38, Hingham 20
2018 Football Video Recap: Duxbury 38, Hingham 20 - By Eamon ConveyDUXBURY -- When Duxbury (5-0) and Hingham
2018 Football Video Recap: BB&N 38, Belmont Hill 24
2018 Football Video Recap: BB&N 38, Belmont Hill 24 - By Mike Flanagan (@fLAno0)CAMBRIDGE -- BB&N senior