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The Shore Conference Lacrosse Coaches Association has made its All-Shore selections and named its Player and Coach of the Year for the 2021 season.

2021 SCLCA All-Shore Teams


Player of the Year: Patrick Jamin, Sr., Midfielder, Rumson-Fair Haven

Coach of the Year: Marc Moreau, Rumson-Fair Haven


First Team

Attack: Luke Devlin, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Attack: Christian Bockelmann, Jr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Attack: Logan Peters, Sr., Wall

Attack: Casey Mulligan, Sr., Manasquan

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

Midfield: Darren Romaine, Sr., Brick Memorial

Midfield: Robert Pendergist, Jr., Manasquan

Midfield: Matt Dollive, Jr., Wall

Defense: Mike Farrell, Sr., Manasquan

Defense: Dylan LeBlanc, Jr., Manasquan


Defense: Beau Kemler, So., Rumson-Fair Haven

Defense: Jack Joyce, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Goalie: Ryan Croddick, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Goalie: Noah D'Andrea, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

Face-off specialist: Tommy Swain, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Defensive specialist: Matthew Bockelmann, So., Rumson-Fair Haven


Second Team

Attack: Dan Martin, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

Attack: Cole Cashion, So., Rumson-Fair Haven

Attack: Carson Cooke, Jr., Shore

Attack: Ryan Sininsky, Jr., Southern

Midfield: Tyler Burns, Jr., Howell

Midfield: Jamie Mazzacco, Jr., Shore

Midfield: Ryan Bradley, Sr., Holmdel

Midfield: Aidan Kirk, Jr., Point Boro

Midfield: Philip Passalaqua, Jr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Defense: Aidan Quinn, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

Defense: Nate Committee, Jr., Southern

Defense: Tyler Colacichi, Sr., Middletown South

Defense: Ryan Bilello, Jr., Manasquan

Goalie: Carter Groezinger, Jr., Manasquan

Goalie: Tyler Sininsky, Jr., Southern

Face-off specialist: Jared Lucich, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy

Face-off specialist: Max Pauwels, Jr., Manasquan

Defensive specialist: Theo Deberghes, Sr., Howell



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