As the 2015 season inches closer, LaxRecords.com is updating the site more often than ever before. Most of the updates happen in the background and get tweeted out, but never appear on the front page and might be missed by some of our readers.
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Former Abington (Pa.) and now Princeton attackman Ryan Ambler was added as the new No. 1 all-time assist leader in Pennsylvania. Ambler tallied 210 assists in his career. His 296 points place him second all-time in the state. His 186 career goals also earned him a spot on the all-time goal leaders’ list.
I’ve added a former Penn Charter (Philadelphia, Pa.) attackman, Joey Sankey, to Pennsylvania’s all-time points, assists, and goal leaders. Sankey’s career total of 342 points puts him third all-time in the Keystone State’s best known records list.
Current Harvard Crimson and former Garden City (N.Y.) attackman Devin Dwyer gets a long overdue addition to both the national assists leaders list and the New York state page.
Colin McLinden, who played at Madison (N.J.) from 2008 to 2011, has been added to New Jersey’s all-time assist leader list. He currently ranks 6th all-time based on the information we have been able to track down.
New Hampshire received its first player over the weekend as former Bishop Guertin (Nashua, N.H.) attackman Matt Thistle was added to the state’s all-time points list. The current High Point Panther totaled 214 career points.