Major League Lacrosse announced the 2016 New Balance ALL-MLL Team Presented by New Balance today, so LaxRecords.com is highlighting how they performed as high school lacrosse players with our High School Lacrosse Yearbook.
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High School Lacrosse Yearbook: ALL-MLL Roster By Position
Jordan Wolf – Rochester Rattlers
Wolf played at Lower Merion (Ardmore, Pa.) where he compiled 341 career points. His point total ranks him in the Pennsylvania Top 10 all-time for known players. He totaled a career-best 123 points on 73 goals and 50 assists as a senior in 2010. He was named a 2010 Under Armour All-American and was the Phillylacrosse.com Player of the Year.
Rob Pannell – New York Lizards
Pannell posted one of Long Island lacrosse’s best seasons in 2007 while playing for Smithtown West (Smithtown, N.Y.). He totaled 89 assists en route to a 130 point season. That mark set the school record and earned him Offensive MVP honors and a spot on Newsday’s All-Long Island Second team. He transferred to Deerfield Academy (Deerfield, Mass.) where he played basketball and lacrosse. He totaled 99 points during his prep lacrosse season.
Kevin Rice – Atlanta Blaze
Rice was a 2011 Under Armour and US Lacrosse All-American and was selected to play in the 2011 Champion All-American Showcase. As a senior at Skaneateles (N.Y.), Rice led Central New York in scoring with 136 points on 70 goals and 66 assists. During his time in high school, Rice helped the Lakers to three league championships and a 2010 Section III title. He completed his high school career with 184 goals and 117 assists and earned the 2011 Auburn Citizen Player of the Year.
Greg Gurenlian – New York Lizards
Played at Springfield-Delco (Springfield, Pa.). Gurenlian scored 17 goals in 2001 and was named the team’s MVP. He managed face-offs for the Cougars and also led the team with 144 ground balls in 2001. Gurenlian was a First Team All-Central League selection in 2001 and 2002. He was an All-State selection in 2002.
Tom Schreiber – Ohio Machine
Schreiber played three varsity seasons at St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.) and amassed more than 200 career points (exact total not available). He helped the Friars to the Catholic League championship where he scored four goals and earned game MVP honors. He was the first junior in Catholic League lacrosse history to be named an All-American and was Newsday’s First Team All-Long Island selection as a junior and senior. He was also chosen to the 2010 Under Armour All-America team.
Paul Rabil – New York Lizards
Rabil played three season at DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) where he amassed 288 career points. He helped the Stags to three Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championships, which came in the middle of a streak of eight consecutive titles. He lettered in basketball, lacrosse and track and was a three-time All-WCAC selection. He combined for 80 goals and 73 assists during his junior and senior seasons. Rabil was also a two-time lacrosse All-American and a two-time Maryland All-State selection.
Joe Walters – Chesapeake Bayhawks
Walters played four seasons of high school lacrosse for Irondequoit (Rochester, N.Y.). He finished his career as the Indians second all-time leading scorer with 268 points on 143 goals and 125 assists. In 2002 he was named FOX Rochester Spring Athlete of the Year after totaling 88 points on 58 goals and 30 assists. He was chosen as the team MVP as a junior and senior and led the Eagles to the Section V championship in 2001. He earned all-county hours three times during his career.
Tucker Durkin – Florida Launch
Durkin was a two-time US Lacrosse All-America and selected to the 2009 Under Amour All-America game. While at La Salle College (Wyndmoor, Pa.), Durkin was a three-time All-Catholic league selection and named Phillylacrosse.com’s Player of the Year as a senior. He helped the Explorers to back-to-back state championships in 2008 and 2009.
Joe Fletcher – New York Lizards
Fletcher played at West Genesee (Camillus, N.Y.) from 2007 to 2010. The defender helped the Wildcats to the 2008 New York State Championship under head coach Mike Messere. He also helped the Wildcats capture the New York Section III titles in 2008, 2009 and 2010. A a senior team captain, Fletcher scooped up 64 ground balls in 2010. He earned All-League First Team and High School All-America honors in 2010.
Mike Manley – Rochester Rattlers
Manley was a five-year letterman for Penn Yan (N.Y.). He helped lead the team to the state finals as a freshman and semifinal appearances during his final three seasons. Under head coach Brian Hobart, Manley earned Defensive Player of the Year honors as a junior and senior.
Joel White – Rochester Rattlers
White played at Cortland (N.Y.) where he led the Tigers to a Section III Class B runner-up finish during his senior season. As an offensive player in high school, White finished his high school lacrosse career as Cortland’s all-time leading scorer. He amassed 103 points on 55 goals and 48 assists as a senior. He was a 2007 Under Armour All-American selection in addition to earning US Lacrosse All-American honors.
John Galloway – Rochester Rattlers
Galloway played three seasons at West Genesee where his teams went 63-6. The Wildcats made three trips to the New York Class A championship game and won it all in 2005. He finished his career with 619 career saves, including 268 as a senior. He was a 2007 Under Armour and US Lacrosse All-Amerian and was the first goalie to be named The Post-Standard’s CNY Player of the Year in 2007.