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The first games of the 2021 Shore Conference lacrosse season are almost here with the season set to get underway on Monday, April 19. Right now we’ll take a look at the returning Shore Sports Network All-Shore selections and the Shore Conference Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Division teams from 2019. Because of the cancelation of last season, this list will only feature juniors and seniors who were freshman and sophomores the last time lacrosse was played in New Jersey.

 

Returning All-Shore Players

First Team

Logan Peters, Sr., Attack, Wall

Peters was a first-year starter two years ago and had a monster sophomore season with 52 goals and 45 assists to finish fifth in the Shore in scoring with 97 points. Peters is a three-sport standout as Wall’s star quarterback and as a standout basketball player for the Crimson Knights, but lacrosse is his top sport and the Rutgers commit should be among New Jersey’s best in 2021.

 

Second Team

Patrick Jamin, Sr., Midfield, Rumson-Fair Haven

Jamin may have been a second-team selection as a sophomore but he is unquestionably a first-team talent. A great playmaker, Jamin netted 21 goals and added 49 assists for a total of 70 points during the 2019 season. He has 38 goals and 74 assists for his career. Also a great multi-sport athlete, Jamin will play both football and lacrosse at Middlebury College. He was a standout wide receiver for Rumson’s powerhouse football program.

 

Jared Lucich, Sr., FO/Midfield, Christian Brothers Academy

Lucich had a dominant sophomore season at the face-off X to help the Colts win the Class A North division title and reach the Shore Conference Tournament championship game. He is committed to Babson College. CBA figures to have an explosive offense this season and Lucich will give them plenty of possessions.

  

Third Team

Casey Mulligan, Sr., Attack, Manasquan

Mulligan was the third or fourth option most times for Manasquan’s incredible 2019 offense that featured record-setting attackman Canyon Birch and 200-point scorer Ryan Anderson but still managed to score 35 goals and add 26 assists for 61 points. With Manasquan graduating most of its top players over the last two years, Mulligan will be looked toward for both leadership and production as the Warriors try to remain among the Shore’s elite.

 

Dan Martin, Sr., Attack, Christian Brothers Academy

A big, physical attackman who is committed to Villanova, Martin scored 42 goals and added 12 assists for 54 points as a sophomore. The Colts have a litany of offensive playmakers and Martin is at the forefront.

 

Mike Farrell, Sr., Defense, Manasquan

Farrell was more than capable of being a No. 1 defenseman as a sophomore but didn’t have to play that role because Manasquan had All-State defenseman Jack Fabean, All-State LSM Mike Page and standout Tommy Shaughnessy playing in front of star goalie Mike LaPoint. Farrell is the only one left from that group heading into 2021 and the Richmond University signee will be the go-to close defender for the Warriors.

 

Tyler Colacichi, Sr., Defense, Middletown South

Middletown South has emerged as a top-10 caliber team over the last few seasons and in 2019 Colacichi was a big reason why the Eagles went 11-5, finished second in Class A North behind CBA and finished No. 8 in the SSN Top 10.

 

Returning SCLCA All-Division Players

Class A North

Tyler Colacichi, Sr., Def., Middletown South (1st team)

Theo Deberghes, Sr., LSM, Howell (1st team)

Dan Martin, Sr.,. Att, CBA (2nd team)

Anastagio Muscara, Sr., Att, Colts Neck (HM)

Jared Lucich, Sr., FOGO, CBA (2nd team)

James Fay, Sr., Att, Howell (HM)

John Miranda, Sr., Def. specialist, Middletown North (HM)

Joey Dam, Sr., Goalie, Middletown North (HM)

 

Class A South

Ryan Sininsky,. Jr., Mid., Southern (2nd team)

Drew Wasacz, Sr., FOGO, Southern (HM)

 

Class B North

Logan Peters, Sr., Att, Wall (1st team)

Patrick Jamin, Sr., Mid, Rumson-Fair Haven (1st team)

Kyle Wenzel, Sr., FOGO, Wall (2nd team)

Logan Bianchi, Sr., Def, Ocean (HM)

Josh O’Leary, Sr., FOGO, St. John Vianney (HM)

 

Class B South

Jamie Mazzacco, Jr., Mid, Shore (2nd team)

Patrick Frawley, Sr., Def, Point Boro (2nd team)

Sean O’Brien, Sr., FOGO, Shore (2nd team)

 

 

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