A- Kane Haffey – (Clam Class 2011): The deadly scorer earned USILA All-American honors as a junior in 2015, finishing with 60 goals and 13 helpers for 73 points. The Duxbury product finished his career with an incredible 226 points on 185 goals and 41 assists in 72 career games. He also helped lead the Mammoths to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2014-2016).

A- Will Jennings – (Clam Class 2013): In four seasons with the Gulls, Jennings compiled 188 goals and 59 assists for 247 points in 64 career games played. He currently ranks third all-time in Endicott program history in goals and seventh in points. His senior year (2017) saw him earn USILA All-American, NEILA All-New England, All-CCC and US North/South Senior All-Star honors. He was also selected by the Boston Cannons of the MLL in the 2019 Draft.

A- Tyler McKelvie – (Clam Class 2012): The  most decorated player in Keene State College men’s lacrosse history, McKelvie was a three time USILA All-American. He was also a four time First Team All-Little East player, and is the only player to win the LEC Offensive Player of the Year award three times (2014, 2015, 2016). He was also LEC Rookie of the Year in 2013.  He ended his career as KSC’s second all-time leader in points (281) and first in goals (210).

A – Kerry Lyne – (Clam Class 2016): In 52 games as a Dutchman, Lyne scored 121 goals with 21 assists for 142 points. He ranks fourth all-time in goals at Union and finished as one of only two Dutchmen since 1966 (John Keller from 1988-91) to lead the team in goals for four consecutive seasons. Though his season was cut short due to the coronavirus, his current per-game average in 2020 would have given him a shot at challenging the school single-season record of 67 goals scored by Dennis Walker ’74 HOF ’06 in 1974.

M- JT Kelly – (Clam Class 2015): An assistant Captain for the Engineers as a senior, Kelly had an incredible career, garnering USILA All-American, All-League and North/South Senior All-Star honors in 2019. He finished his career with 95 goals and 115 assists for 210 points, to go along with 79 ground balls and 21 caused turnovers. He was also a member of the RPI football team.

M- Johnny Hincks – (Clam Class 2016): The Belmont Hill product was a starter day one for the Ephs, helping the program rise to new heights in 2019. Though his career was cut short due to the coronavirus, his numbers speak for themselves. In 53 games, Hincks finished with 65 goals and 57 assists for 122 points. One can only imagine what they would be with a complete 2020 season, as he was already on pace for a career year.

M – Alex Bunick (Clam Class 2011): An absolute machine on ground balls, the Rivers product earned All-NEMAC honors three times during his career at Babson. Bunick finished his career with 17 goals, 13 assists, 259 ground balls and 80 caused turnovers. In his senior year he was also selected as a North/South Senior All-Star. He is currently a member of the coaching staff at Babson.

FO- Connor Helfrich – (Clam Class 2012): Helfrich was a three time USILA All-American and helped the Jumbos to back to back National Championships in 2014 and 2015. His performance in the 2014 National Championship earned him MVP honors, as he won 23 of 31 draws in the big game. He was later drafted by the Denver Outlaws of the MLL.

LSM- Jeff Dube – (Clam Class 2010): After being an All-American and MIAA State Champion at St. John’s Prep; Jeff went on to be a contributor immediately playing in 17 games as a Freshman. Named an All ODAC member, USILA All-American and North/South Senior All -Star game selection to cap off a stellar career. Jeff played in 66 games, picked up 85 groundballs, and causes 54 turnovers. Won two ODAC Championships and one NCAA Final Four appearance.

D- Tommy Harrison – (Clam Class 2010): Tommy started in 67 of 68 games played throughout his illustrious career at Denison. He was named All-NCAC all four seasons including two first team selections his sophomore and senior campaigns. Harrison was selected as an USILA All-American and USILA North/South Senior All-Star after his senior campaign where he helped anchor a Denison defense to 4 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. He finished his Big Red career with 155 ground balls and 73 caused turnovers.

D – Charles Finnegan – (Clam Class 2011): A senior captain, Charlie started all 15 games his final season with Trinity and added 5 starts his Junior season. He played in 62 games throughout his Bantams career and tallied 124 ground balls and 41 caused turnovers. He was a NESCAC All-Academic selection as a Junior.

D – Drew Bourdeau – (Clam Class 2014): A two-time All-NE10 choice and two time Captain,, Bourdeau started 56 of his 57 games for the Hawks over his four-year career. He totaled 129 ground balls and 62 caused turnovers while also scoring a pair of goals. He was also named a USILA All-American, NEILA All-Star and All-New England honors in 2018. The Boston Cannons drafted Drew in 2019 during the MLL Supplemental Draft.

D – Will Moriarty – (Clam Class 2016): Moriarty led DII in caused turnovers per game as a junior (3.0), en route to All-New England and All-NE10 honors in 2019. A preseason All-American in 2020, the two time captain was once again on pace for another amazing statistical year for Saint Michael’s before the season was cut short. He ends his career with 1 goal, 1 assist, 88 ground balls and 79 caused turnovers. His 79 caused turnovers are now the most in Saint Michael’s Lacrosse history and his 45 caused turnovers as a junior are the most in a single season.

G- Chase Murphy – (Clam Class of 2013): Chase had an incredible career in Colorado Springs, earning USILA All-American and SCAC Defensive Player of the Year honors three times during his four years. The Taft product finished his career at Colorado College with 34 wins, 545 saves, a 60% save percentage and an 8.1 goals against average. He also helped the Tigers to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances.