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Most Career Points

by Mike Loveday

From former Silver Creek (N.Y.) star Zed Williams' 729 career points to the handful of players who managed to become some of the most legendary boys' high school lacrosse players in the nation, the following is a list of high school athletes who tallied a minimum of 400 career points.

Players are added to this list upon completion of the respective spring seasons. This list is expected to be incomplete as not all states and teams report statistics. I am publishing an incomplete list now in hopes of participation from our readers. Records will be added as we receive them.

To submit a performance to the national records list, have the head coach or an official team statistician e-mail information to Mike Loveday via one of the submission forms below.

Related: Brothers and Teammates: The 400 Point Club | Podcast: The 400 Point Club

Submit a Performance: Individual Performances | Coaching Performances | Team Performances


Last update: April 12, 2018

Rnk.Pts.AthleteHigh SchoolSt.YearsGAGPPpg.College
1729Zed WilliamsSilver Creek (Silver Creek)NY2009-2013444285957.67Virginia
2651Nicky SolomonCentennial (Ga.)GA2015-2018294357837.84UNC
3632Justin AndersonCentennial (Nev.)NV2011-2014412220837.61UNC
4623Nathan SolomonCentennial (Ga.)GA2011-2015326297787.99Syracuse
5611Michael McCormackMount Greylock (Williamstown)MA2013-2015362249Middlebury
6594Michael SowersUpper Dublin (Fort Washington)PA2013-2016192402Princeton
7587Tim StrattonManheim Township (Lancaster)PA2004-2007Towson
8585Ben ReevesPalmyra-Macedon (Palmyra)NY2011-2014278307Yale
9577Max QuinzaniDuxbury (Duxbury)MA2003-2006Duke
10553Casey PowellCarthage (Carthage)NY1991-1994Syracuse
11539Grant WhitewayBillerica (Billerica)MA2008-2011353186UMass
12523Jack RyanMystic Valley (Malden)MA2012-2017362161UMass
13523Jim ConnollyNorth Andover (North Andover)MA2000-2004UMass
14522Joseph SessaMinisink Valley (Slate Hill)NY2012-2015235287Yale
15513Cam PeritzPope Francis (Chicopee)MA2013-2017289224Wesleyan (hockey)
16511Lyle ThompsonSalmon River/LafayetteNY2007-2011Albany
17508Joe ResetaritsHamburg (Hamburg)NY2004-2008318190Albany
18500Nick GalassoWest Islip (West Islip)NY2006-2010UNC/Syracuse
19500Owen CaputoMiddle Creek (N.C.)NC2015-2018296204697.25Duke
20499Mike PowellCarthage (Carthage)NY1997-2000Syracuse
21498Jim ZaffutoElmont (Elmont)NY1974-1977210288Johns Hopkins
22496Louis DubickWinston Churchill (Md.)MD2012-2015244252Maryland
23495Tyler ReillyGrafton (Grafton)MA2010-2013Keene State
24490Thomas GrimmCarthage (Carthage)NY2008-2011245245Syracuse
25489Henry HuntOld Lyme (Old Lyme)CT2013-2016324165Hamilton College
26488Devin SparksConcordia (Fort Wayne)IN2013-2016324164St. Leo
27484Matt FedorjakaLewisburg (Lewisburg)PA2013-2016303181Fairfield
28484Mikey BerkmanWest Orange (Fla.)FL2014-2018230254726.72Syracuse
29482Conor WhippleSt. Andrew's (Boca Raton)FL2010-2013297185University of Tampa
30480Connor FieldsBishop Timon-St. Jude (Buffalo)NY2010-2014372108Albany
31475Sean GoldsmithNorthwest Guilford (N.C.)NC2015-2018257218845.65Mercer
32472Tucker HullProvidence (Charlotte)NC2006-2009271201855.55Navy
33468Matt PoskayA.L. Johnson (Clark)NJ1999-2002362106Virginia
34463Christian PaleySomers (Conn.)CT2014-2017250213Hartford
35461Shane MajewskiJohnson City (Johnson City)NY2012-2015319142Robert Morris
36455Matthew GiampetroniCranbrook School (Bloomfield Hills)MI2011-2014Duke
37455Jay GoldsmithNorthwest Guilford (Greensboro)NC2008-2011240215Lynchburg College
38454Daniel SparksConcordia (Fort Wayne)IN2013-2016253201St. Leo
39450Tim RotanzShoreham-Wading River (N.Y.)NY2009-2013244206Maryland
40445Jay DrapeauWestford Academy (Westford)MA2011-2014Loyola
41443Andrew FiamengoNew Fairfield (Conn.)CT2006-2009186257Tufts
42442Matt BellandoSt. Andrew's (Boca Raton)FL2007-2010308134Stony Brook/LIU Post
43441Casey DoneganCorning East (Corning)NY1987-1990Syracuse
44438Devin ActonLincoln-Sudbury (Sudbury)MA2007-2010Amherst
45435Brian BoylePinkerton Academy (Derry)NH2000-2003223212Notre Dame
46434Mitch RussellFort Mill (S.C.)SC2011-2014200234Duke
47434Jared BernhardtLake Brantley (Altamonte Springs)FL2013-2016236198Maryland
48434Will StenbergNeedham (Needham)MA2008-2011Albany
49434Kyle LaforgeTyngsboro (Mass.)MA2014-2017221213UMass
50431Tommy DuerrChristian Brothers (N.J.)NJ2002-2005253178Johns Hopkins
51430Emmett Printup IVNiagara-Wheatfield (Sanborn)NY2004-2008
52429Brian CookeAlgonquin (Northborough)MA2003-2006228186Union College
53429Ryan PowellCarthage (Carthage)NY1993-1996Syracuse
54427Connor CannizzaroCazenovia (Cazenovia)NY2009-2013284143Maryland/Denver
55426Carson SongCharlotte Latin (Charlotte)NC2012-2015170256Brown
56426Greg MillerCorning East (Corning)NY1979-1981199227
57425Joe WhiteCollegiate (Va.)VA2014-20182441811113.83Penn State
58421Ethan WalkerCulver Academy (Culver)IN2013-2016316105Denver
59421AJ FishGrayslake North (Round Lake Beach)IL2010-2013231190Virginia
60421Dylan JinksSouthern Regional (Manahawkin)NJ2012-2015274147Hartford
61419Rudi GeorgeSalamanca (Salamanca)NY2005-2008255164Onondaga CC
62418Curtiss VachonSt. Bernard’s (Fitchburg)MA2013-2016288130Wagner College
63417Teddy HatfieldMorristown-Beard (N.J.)NJ2012-2015227190Richmond
64417Jack HarveyNew Providence (New Providence)NJ2012-2015257160Gettysburg
65416Bradley VoigtPenn Yan Academy (Penn Yan)NY2011-2014252164Syracuse
66415Oliver BaconCharlotte Country Day (Charlotte)NC2000-2003212203Towson
67413Kyle SmithLongmeadow (Mass.)MA2007-2010Denver
68413Bryce AdamNewton North (Newton)MA2014-2017229184Tufts
69412Dan SipperlyChristian Brothers (Albany)NY2006-2010Bryant
70411Jayden JeanMystic Valley (Malden)MA2011-2016282129Southern New Hampshire
71411Gavyn PureDawson School (Colo.)CO2015-Present225186686.04
72410Peet PoillonSeneca Valley (Harmony)PA2002-2005UMBC
73410Connor BuczekSt. Xavier (Cincinnati)OH2008-2011Cornell
74410Henry GrassBronxville (N.Y.)NY2011-2015253157
75408Evan SibsonAbsegami (Galloway)NJ2014-2017250158Chestnut Hill
76407Kevin NolanA.L. Johnson (Clark)NJ2000-2003146261Washington College
77407Bryan RotatoriGrafton (Grafton)MA2010-2013Keene State
78404Kyle LongSpringfield-Delco (Springfield)PA2015-201897307
79403Josh CoffmanCarthage (Carthage)NY1995-1998Syracuse
80401Jordan EvansJamesville-DeWitt (DeWitt)NY2009-2013207194Syracuse
81401Edison ParzaneseMartha's Vineyard (Oak Bluffs)MA2003-2006Notre Dame
82400Matt MilneDerryfield (Manchester)NH2010-2013236164Colorado
83400Tucker ClessauScituate (Mass.)MA2010-2013Bellarmine



Extra Info

Keep tabs on all the best known high school boys’ lacrosse performances that are added each day with the daily Best Known Lacrosse Performances list. Each day as players, teams and coaches earn a spot on the overall list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.

What I Do

LaxRecords.com aims to compile the best known records in high school lacrosse. Among the lists are the most career wins by a high school lacrosse coach. Also included are most career points, goals, assists and saves by a high school lacrosse player. Team performances for most state sanctioned championships and consecutive wins are also tracked.

Some records are incomplete. I solicit help from the lacrosse community to fill the missing gaps. If there is a performance or player missing, please email me at mloveday@laxrecords.com or send me a Tweet at @LaxRecords.

According to US Lacrosse, lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport in the nation. Just under 300,000 players competed on varsity, junior varsity, freshman and club teams. According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, from 2009 to 2014, a total of 551 schools added boys’ programs, resulting in a growth rate of 27.8 percent for boys' lacrosse. US Lacrosse produces a participation report annually since 2001, and over that time span the number of players has grown 204 percent, from 253,901 to 772,772. This survey counts only play on organized teams, and does not count leisure-time play of the sport.

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