Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/4/19
Six Haverford School grads are serving as co-captains this year on men’s lacrosse teams.
Cabrini senior ATT Timmy Brooks:
Brooks earned United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America Honorable Mention after ranking among the Blue and White’s leaders with 66 points and 53 goals.
Dickinson senior DEF Jack Doran:
Doran received his second All-America nod, earning honorable mention last season. A shutdown defender with another solid stick, Doran anchored a unit that held opponents to single digits in 15-of-21 games this season. The two-time First-team All-CC selection is no stranger to move into the midfield and on attack in transition, adding a pair of goals and five assists. He netted a key goal in the regular season match-up at F&M to help the Devils secure the #2-seed.
Delaware senior FO specialist Jake Hervada:
Appeared in 13 of the 14 games during his junior season • scored one goal and added two assists to his name • picked up a team high 49 groundballs over the course of the season • played a key role at the faceoff X winning 98 faceoffs in 210 opportunities • was named CAA player of the week for the first time in his career after picking up 11 ground balls and winning 21 of 28 faceoffs against Monmouth • ranked seventh in the CAA in faceoff percentage.
Franklin and Marshall senior MF Tucker McBride:
Started 14 games, played in all 16… Recorded 11 goals on the year, tallying two on Feb. 18 and May 2… Dished out seven assists… Picked up eight groundballs.
Penn State senior DEF Chris Sabia:
2018 USILA All-America Honorable Mention; 2018 All-Big Ten Second Team; 2018 USILA Player of the Year Watch list.
2018 stats: Started all 14 games … Finished the season with five goals and 23 ground balls … Led the team with 19 caused turnovers .. .Caused a season-high five turnovers against Robert Morris.
Johns Hopkins junior ATT Forry Smith:
Smith is the first junior to be elected a captain of the Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team since Mike Pellegrino in 2014. He has played in 28 games in his career and counts 16 goals and eight assists for 24 points to his credit. Among active players who have scored 10 or more career goals, Smith will carry the highest career shooting percentage (.400) into the 2019 season. Smith is majoring in economics with a minor in finance.