A – Matt Thistle – (Clam Class 2011): Coach Thistle racked up 210 career points – the third most among active players nationally in 2016. During his time at High Point he was at one point the only Division I athlete to record 100 goals and 100 assists in a career. He went on to have playing stints in the MLL with the Boston Cannons and Florida Launch.

A – Danny Seibel – (Clam Class 2014): The Belmont Hill product left Villanova ranked 6th all-time in goals scored with 102, while also dishing out 22 assists for 124 career points, and had 83 ground balls and caused eight turnovers. A current member of the Boston Cannons, Coach Seibel looks to break into the starting lineup this summer for the #boomsquad

A – James Burr – (Clam Class 2015): Burr was drafted 55th overall by the Cannons in the 2019 MLL draft. At BU, Burr finished his college career with 194 points (153G,41A), making him the all-time points leader in Terrier history. Burr was recently traded from the Boston Cannons to the Denver Outlaws for the upcoming 2020 MLL season.

M – Hakeem Lecky (Clam Class 2010): The electric speedster earned 2015 USILA All-American honors as a Captain for Syracuse in 2015. His collegiate career totals include 68 games played, 46 goals, 12 assists and 27 ground balls. He was drafted by the Long Island Lizards 20th overall in the 2015 MLL Collegiate Draft.

M – Alec Brown – (Clam Class 2013): A four year contributor and senior Captain for the Hawks, Brown ended his career with 106 points on 73 goals and 33 assists, while also picking up 66 ground balls in 55 career games. As a junior, Brown was a key contributor to helping Hartford to an America East Championship and an NCAA Tournament bid.

M – Connor Donahue – (Clam Class 2014): Connor played in 56 career games, starting 36 of them between Denver’s midfield (Jr. and Sr.) and attack (So.). Donahue scored 31 goals and added 28 assists for 59 points, while also earning Second Team All BIG EAST honors in 2017 and 2018 Preseason All BIG East honors. Connor was part of the 2015 squad that went on to win the National Championship, while in 2017 he was part of a Denver team that missed out on a shot at a second title. In the final seconds of the 2017 Semi-final match-up v. Maryland, Connor had an amazing individual effort where he left his feet and sold out to try and tie the ball game up. The ball landed inside the cage but at the time dives were illegal and the goal was disallowed. Had it been a season or two later the goal would have been allowed and forced the game into OT where anything can happen!

FO – Collin Orr – (Clam Class 2014): The Rivers product ended his Raiders career with a .532 faceoff percentage (449-of-844), one goal, five assists and 173 ground balls. A team Captain as a senior, Orr’s numbers are good for 3rd in Career Faceoffs Attempted (844), 4th in Faceoffs Won (449) and 2nd in Faceoffs Won in a season (206). He is currently an Officer in the United States Marines.

LSM – Larken Kemp – (Clam Class 2013): One of the most decorated players in Clams history, Kemp is a two-time First Team All-American, earning USILA First Team honors in 2016 and Inside Lacrosse First Team honors in 2017. His 56 career points (26 goals, 30 assists) rank second nationally in all-time long pole scoring. His 119 career caused turnovers at the time ranked ninth in NCAA history.

SSDM – Zach Elkinson – (Clam Class 2015): A contributor from day one, Elkinson was a force defensively and in the clearing game for Hartford. In 58 career games, Elkinson had 152 ground balls to go along with 6 goals, 11 assists and 15 caused turnovers. He also earned America East All-Academic honors in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

D – James Fahey – (Clam Class 2010): After a phenomenal high school career at St. John’s Prep that ended in a state championship and an All-American nod, James went on to be a part of a strong Umass defense that reached the NCAA tournament in his sophomore campaign. As a senior, James played in the USILA North-South All-Star Game as well as the NEILA East-West Senior Game. He was ranked first in the CAA and 29th nationally in caused turnovers per game. James is currently a member of the Boston Cannons and was selected to his first MLL All-Star game in 2019.

D – Ryan Macri – (Clam Class 2013): Ryan was a two time captain and a starter for the 2017 National Champion UNC Tar Heels. His final two seasons he started all 30 games and throughout his 4 year playing career he accumulated 64 ground balls and 22 caused turnovers.

D – Luke Duprey – (Clam Class 2011): Played in 76 career games as a long stick midfield and close defenseman, ending his career with 143 ground balls and 88 caused turnovers. His 88 caused turnovers are the most in program history since Duke started tracking the statistic in 2010. He also led Duke to consecutive NCAA Championships in 2013 and 2014 and was named a USILA All-American. Luke currently plays for the Chrome in the PLL.

G – Rob Shaw – (Clam Class 2014): Shaw was an All-Ivy second team and All-New England first team selection as a senior in 2018. He was also the sixth goalie in Harvard history to record 500 career saves (504) and finished his career with a 53% save percentage to go along with 21 wins. Rob was also named a USILA Academic All-American as a senior