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Most Career Assists

by Mike Loveday July 3, 2014 0 comment
Michael Sowers set the high school record for most assists in a career. Photo courtesy: Princeton Athletics

Michael Sowers set the high school record for most assists in a career. Photo courtesy: Princeton Athletics

Which players have the most boys’ high school lacrosse career assists?

The high school lacrosse players on the list below are some of the whos-who in the history of boys’ lacrosse. From Casey Powell and Mike Powell to Tim and Tom Nelson, the following is a list of high school athletes who tallied a minimum of 200 assists in their career.

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.

The minimum for inclusion on this list is 200 career assists. Some states have a lower threshold for inclusion on the state best-known records.

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.

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More National Career Leaders Lists

Individual CareerIndividual SeasonIndividual GameTeamCoach
Career GoalsSeason GoalsGame GoalsConsecutive WinsMost Wins
Career AssistsSeason AssistsGame AssistsState ChampionshipsState Championships
Career PointsSeason PointsGame PointsOvertimesBy State
Career SavesSeason SavesGame SavesMost Goals
Last update: Jan. 22, 2018
RnkAAthleteSchoolStateYears
1402Michael SowersUpper Dublin (Fort Washington)PA2013-2016
2307Ben ReevesPalmyra-Macedon (New York)NY2011-2014
3304Casey DoneganCorning East (Corning)NY1987-1990
4299Mike PowellCarthage (New York)NY1997-2000
5297Nathan SolomonCentennial (Georgia)GA2011-2015
6288Jim ZaffutoElmont (New York)NY1974-1977
7287Joseph SessaMinisink Valley (New York)NY2012-2015
8285Zed WilliamsSilver Creek (New York)NY2009-2013
9279Brian JacovinaHoly Trinity (New York)NY2000-2003
10273Tom EngelkeSewanhaka (New York)NY1980-1983
11261Casey PowellCarthage (New York)NY1991-1994
12261Kevin NolanA.L. Johnson (Clark)NJ2000-2003
13260Nicky SolomonCentennial (Roswell)GA2015-Present
14257Andrew FiamengoNew Fairfield (Connecticut)CT2006-2009
15256Carson SongCharlotte Latin (Charlotte)NC2012-2015
16255Tim NelsonYorktown (New York)NY1978-1981
17255Tom NelsonYorktown (New York)NY1981-1983
18252Louis DubickWinston Churchill (Potomac)MD2012-2015
19249Michael McCormackMount Greylock (Williamstown)MA2013-2015
20246Nick GalassoWest Islip (New York)NY2006-2010
21245Thomas GrimmCarthage (Carthage)NY2008-2011
22242Kyle LongSpringfield-Delco (Springfield)PA2015-2018
23241James O'BrienDerryfield (Manchester)NH2012-2015
24235Chris RitchieMount Sinai (New York)NY2003-2006
25234Mitch RussellFort Mill (South Carolina)SC2011-2014
26233Rickey MirabitoChenango Forks (New York)NY2004-2006
27232Patrick MullFallston (Fallston)MD2006-2009
28227Greg MillerCorning East (Corning)NY1979-1981
29222Jordan LoftusWatertown (New York)NY2001-2005
30222Steven BoylePinkerton Academy (Derry)NH2003-2006
31221Joey AppioOcean Township (Oakhurst)NJ2013-2016
32220Justin AndersonCentennial (Las Vegas)NV2011-2014
33220Chris SchlappichHighland (Highland)NY2013-2016
34217Devin DwyerGarden City (New York)NY2009-2012
35217Alex LopesGlen Ridge (New Jersey)NJ2002-2005
36215Jay GoldsmithNorthwest Guilford (Greensboro)N.C.2008-2011
37214Liam BanksStony Brook/Ward Melville (New York)NY1995-1998
38213Christian PaleySomers (Conn.)CT2014-2018
39213Kyle LaforgeTyngsboro (Mass.)MA2014-2017
40212Tom PalasekRocky Point (New York)NY2005-2008
41212Zach ReedBath Haverling (Bath)NY2008-2011
42212Brian BoylePinkerton Academy (Derry)NH2000-2003
43210Ryan AmblerAbington (Pennsylvania)PA2009-2012
44210Greg NiewieroskiWatertown (New York)NY2001-2004
45210Nick TrizanoIona Prep (New York)NY2006-2008
46209Matt StagnittaMontgomery (Skillman)NJ2013-2016
47208Matt DanowskiFarmingdale (New York)NY2006-2008
48206Tim RotanzShoreham-Wading River (Shoreham)NY2009-2013
49206Jack MaginnesPage (Greensboro)NC2014-2017
50204Jeff WesterLivonia (Livonia)NY2007-2010
51204Mikey BerkmanWest Orange (Winter Garden)FL2014-Present
52203Oliver BaconCharlotte Country Day (Charlotte)NC2000-2003
53201Daniel SparksConcordia (Fort Wayne)IN2013-2016
54201Tucker HullProvidence (Charlotte)NC2006-2009
55200Dan SipperlyChristian Brothers (New York)NY2006-2010

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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