Players listed alphabetically

Robbie Brugnoli, Sr., St. Rose

Committed to Mount St. Mary's, Brugnoli is coming off a junior year where he made 152 saves with a .605 save percentage.


Conor Deverin, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Rumson has a long tradition of developing top goalies. Deverin is a first-year starter but could emerge as one of the Shore's best.

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Tristan Farina, Sr., Southern

Farina had an excellent junior season when he had to fill the big shoes of graduated four-year starter Brendan Lefanto. He led the Shore in save percentage with a .703 mark and stopped 175 shots. He was a second-team Class A South selection.


Dylan Furnback, Sr., Jackson Memorial

A first-team Class A South and second-team All-Shore selection last season, Furnback tied for second in the Shore with a 70 percent save percentage and was eighth with 182 saves. He is committed to Mount St. Mary's.

Jackson Memorial senior goalie Dylan Furnback. (Photo by Valerie Mills).


Mike Lapoint, So., Manasquan

Part of Manasquan's excellent tandem with senior Tommy Pollock, Lapoint split time last season and made 77 saves to help the Warriors reach the SCT final and the NJSIAA Group II championship game.


Ryan McGuiness, Sr., CBA

McGuiness stopped 148 shots last season with a save percentage of .573.


Tommy Pollock, Sr., Manasquan

The leading goalie for the Group II finalist Warriors, Pollock was third in the Shore Conference in save percentage at .649 while making 111 saves. He was a second-team Class B South selection last year. He is committed to DeSales.



Nick Roberto, Jr., Howell

A second-team Class A North pick last year, Roberto's debut season as a starter saw him make 192 saves with a .500 save percentage.


Jake Roche, Sr., Middletown North

Roche had a .528 save percentage and 11 saves last season.


Parker Roncin, So., Point Boro

Roncin started for the Panthers as a freshman and was fifth in the Shore in saves with 204.


David Walk, Sr., Ocean

Committed to Nazareth College, Walk had a .620 save percentage last season and made 170 saves.

Ocean senior goalie David Walk. (Photo by Doug Bostwick/Sport Shots WLB).



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