On Aug. 4, 2020, Corrigan Sports Enterprises (CSE), in conjunction with Inside Lacrosse, announced the Under Armour Senior All-Americans selected and honored for the class of 2020.
To honor these players, LaxRecords has put together a career summary, including statistics and where they rank among their program's all-time leaders (when available).
Xavier Arline, Shoreham Wading River (N.Y.), Navy
Arline finished his career with 366 career points, which puts him among the Top 50 reported scorers in New York history. He scored 192 goals and dished out 174 assists in his career. He is second among Shoreham's all-time scorers behind Tim Rotanz, who put up 450 career points.
Michael Boehm, St. Ignatius (Ohio), Michigan
Boehm cracked the 300 club before the end of his junior season and finished with 300 career points on 181 goals and 119 assists. He is St. Ignatius' all-time scoring leader and has one of Ohio's Top 15 scoring seasons.
Owen Hiltz, Culver Academy (Ind.), Syracuse
Hiltz is one of the top players in the Class of 2020, according to Inside Lacrosse. In 2018, Hiltz scored 112 points on 62 assists and 50 goals for Culver Academy. That was the most points scored in a season by a Culver Academy player since Ethan Walker (C/O 2016). Walker put up at least 128 points in each of his three seasons.
C.J. Kirst, Delbarton (N.J.), Cornell
The Cornell commit finished his career with 129 points. In 2019, Kirst scored a career-high 96 points on 66 goals and 30 assists. Among players reported to LaxRecords, Kirst is 2nd among Delbarton's scoring leaders. He sits behind Michael Long, who scored 207 points.
Casey McDermott, Brighton (N.Y.), Johns Hopkins
McDermott played on the varsity team as an eighth-grader at Brighton, allowing him to play four years and amass 231 career points. The Johns Hopkins commit had 116 assists and 115 goals in his career. He's second on Brighton's scoring list, behind his older brother Brady who had 310 career points.
Brennan O'Neill, St. Anthony's (N.Y.), Duke
The No. 1 player in the Class of 2020, O'Neill finished his career with 317 points. He played as an eighth-grader on Bay Shore (N.Y.) and scored 98 points. As a freshman at St. Anthony's, he scored 49. The Duke commit followed with a 98-point junior season.
Sean Cameron, Bishop Guertin (N.H.), Princeton
Cameron earned New Hampshire Division I Offensive Player of the Year honors after his junior season. The Princeton commit totaled 135 points on 71 assists and 64 goals.
Aidan Danenza, St. Anthony's (N.Y.), Duke
Danenza posted back-to-back 39-point seasons for the Friars. He helped St. Anthony's to the 2019 CHSAA championship with two assists and one goal in the title game against Chaminade (N.Y.).
Connell Kumar, Seton Hall Prep (N.J.), Virginia
The midfielder scored 110 career points for Seton Hall Prep, scoring 85 goals and 25 assists in three seasons. He scored a career-high seven goals on Apr. 11, 2019 against Delbarton in a 13-9 win.
Chris Lyons, Shawnee (N.J.), Yale
In three seasons, Lyons scored 220 points on the strength of 151 goals and 69 assists. He scooped up 79 career ground balls, including a career-high 34 as a junior. He finished one-point behind Owen Demmerly (C/O 2012) for the top spot on Shawnee's scoring list.
Colin Reilly, Avon Old Farms (Conn.), North Carolina
The No. 39 player in the nation, Reilly, also earned a spot among the Top 50 players for the US Lacrosse U19 Team. He also earned All-Founders League honors.
James Ball, Chaminade (N.Y.), Yale
Ball was dominant at the dot for the Flyers. Although his face-off stats are unavailable, he scored a career-high 12 goals in 2019 and finished with 22 career points.
Jake Naso, St. Anthony's (N.Y.), Duke
Naso is the No. 14 player in the Class of 2020, according to Inside Lacrosse. In addition to his prowess at the face-off, Naso finished his high school career with 18 points on 14 goals and four assists.
Seamus Foley, Benilde-St. Margaret's (Minn.), Georgetown
Foley scooped up 46 ground balls in his career, including a career-high 28 as a sophomore in 2018. He helped Benilde-St. Margaret's reach the state championship in each of his three seasons.
Nicholas LiCalzi, South Side (N.Y.), Navy
The No. 31 player in the nation, LiCalzi, was listed by Newsday as one of the Top 100 boys lacrosse players heading into 2020. His older brother Joe plays for Georgetown.
Caleb Newman, Deerfield (Mass.), Cornell
Newman is the No. 57 player in the nation. He played at Lebanon (Ohio) before playing for Chip Davis at Deerfield. In 2018, at Lebanon, Newman scooped up 138 ground balls and caused 46 turnovers.
Gabe Craven, Hun School (N.J.), Navy
Craven is coming off a junior season in which he made 97 saves for Hun School. He stopped 214 shots in two years at Hun. He had a career-high 15 saves twice during the 2018 season. The first was a 15-save game in a 9-4 win over Chestnut Hill Academy (Pa.). The second was on May 7, 2018, in a 9-6 win over Lawrenceville.
Brendan Grimes, Boys' Latin (Md.), Johns Hopkins
Grimes' high school career started off with 124 points in his first two seasons. An injury as a junior and COVID-19 as a senior cut his stats short. But Grimes is a member of the US Lacrosse U19 Team and a Top 10 player in the Class of 2020.
T.J. Haley, St. John's College (D.C.), Georgetown
Haley earned Second Team All-Met from the Washington Post as a junior. He scored 88 points that season on 51 assists and 37 goals to lead St. John's College to a 12-5 record and a Top 10 finish in the Washington Post Top 10.
Daniel Kelly, Calvert Hall (Md.), Maryland
Kelly is among Calvert Hall's all-time leading scorers, behind Kevin Huntley, Jacob Kelly and Timmy Kelly with 229 points. He helped Calvert Hall to a record-setting three-straight MIAA A Conference championships - the only team in conference history to accomplish the feat.
Sam King, Gilman (Md.), Harvard
King scored 31 goals and dished out 17 assists as a junior at Gilman. He started hot in 2020, scoring 16 points through the Greyhounds first three games. He had a season-high six points in the season opener against Ponte Vedra (Fla.) (4 goals, 2 assists) and again in the season's final game against IMG Academy (Fla.) (1 goal, 5 assists).
Eric Malever, Woodward Academy (Ga.), Maryland
Malever became only the third player in Georgia history to reach 500 career points, reaching that mark during the 2020 season. The Maryland commit had 51 points through Woodward Academy's first seven games of the season. Malever matched his sophomore total with 165 points during his junior year to give him 450 for his career and place himself at No. 3 among Georgia's leading scorers.
Patrick McIntosh, Salisbury (Conn.), Virginia
McIntosh finished his high school career with 142 career goals and 129 career assists for 271 career points, playing at Palo Alto (Calif.) and Salisbury (Conn.). The UVA commit earned SCVAL Offensive MVP and First and Second Team All-SCVAL honors during his two years at Palo Alto. He earned First Team All-New England and Adrenaline All-American honors while at Salisbury.
Gabe Goforth, Bishop Shanahan (Pa.), Maryland
The Maryland commit won two state championships in Goforth's three seasons. He started his career setting a freshman record with 62 points. As a sophomore, Goforth scored 91 points and helped Shanahan to a 22-1 record and the 2A state title. Goforth's 76 points as a junior helped Shanahan repeat its 22-1 record and another state title. He finished his high school career third on Bishop Shanahan's scoring list, behind Alex Wagner's 320 points and Kyle Gucwa's 286.
Cole Herbert, Calvert Hall (Md.), North Carolina
Herbert wrapped his Calvert Hall career with 124 points and 105 ground balls and helped the Cardinals to three-straight MIAA A Conference titles. He posted a career-high 55 points and 42 ground balls during his junior year.
Dylan Hess, Ponte Vedra (Fla.), Georgetown
Hess is considered one of the Top 10 players in the nation, and as a junior, he helped lead Ponte Vedra to the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) title. The midfielder scored 100 points on 51 goals and 49 assists. He finished his high school career with 168 points on 82 goals and 86 assists.
Jack Koras, Loyola-Blakefield (Md.), Maryland
The Maryland commit scored at least one goal in every game during his junior season. He finished that season with 74 points and earned First Team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun.
Charlie O'Connor, Paul VI (Va.), Duke
O'Connor finished his career with 195 career points and 114 career goals. In three games before COVID-19 shut down the season, O'Connor had 14 points (8g, 6a). As a junior, the Duke commit scored 84 points and was poised to set program records for scoring as a midfielder.
Carter Parlette, Ponte Vedra (Fla.), Notre Dame
Through his first three seasons, Parlette put up 229 points on 122 assists and 107 goals. He helped lead the Sharks to their first FHSAA championship during his junior year in which he put up 41 assists and 39 goals. He is second on the Sharks' all-time scoring list with 229 career points* behind Reid Smith, who totaled 313 and graduated in 2017.
*missing 2020 stats
Dane Swanson, McDonogh (Md.), Navy
Swanson is considered the No. 32 player in the nation by Inside Lacrosse. He was chosen by US Lacrosse the tryout for the U19 team. He helped McDonogh to a 12-6 record in 2019.
Marquez White, Poway (Calif.), Princeton
White finished his high school career with 165 points on 127 goals. The Poway star also finished with 139 ground balls, and 53 caused turnovers. Among reported players, White is first among Poway's career goal scorers and second in points. Jacob O'Donnell (C/O 2014) scored 242 points.
Jackson Bonitz, McDonogh (Md.), Navy
In addition to earning a spot on the Under Armour team, Bonitz was named Second Team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun after his junior season. A two-sport athlete, Bonitz played linebacker for the McDonogh football team and wrestled.
James Chastain, Avon Grove (Pa.), Air Force
Chastain helped Avon Grove to the 2017 PIAA AAA championship and anchored a defense that held Conestoga to four goals in a 5-4 double-overtime victory. As a junior, the defender chipped in 18 goals and eight assists.
Scott Smith, Conestoga (Pa.), Johns Hopkins
Smith was a four-year varsity player for Conestoga, helping his team reach the 2019 state championship game. He had 82 ground balls and caused 25 turnovers that season, in addition to scoring 17 goals and seven assists.
Jack Stuzin, Gilman (Md.), Yale
Stuzin is the No. 6 player in the Class of 2020. He helped the Greyhounds off to a 2-1 record in 2020 as part of a defense that held Ponte Vedra to nine goals and IMG Academy to four.
Will Tominovich, St. Mary's (Md.), Georgetown
Tominovich earned Baltimore Sun All-Metro First Team honors after his junior season. Before that junior year, the Georgetown commit had one career varsity start but helped anchor a Saints defense that allowed less than eight goals per game. He scooped up 52 ground balls and caused 18 turnovers en route to helping St. Mary's to an 8-2 conference record.
Ben Wayer, St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.), Virginia
Wayer helped the Saints to two state titles as a four-year varsity starter. The UVA commit was named second-team All-Met from the Washington Post in 2019 and honorable mention in 2018. A multi-sport athlete, Water was a two-year starter at defensive end on the football team and a two-year starter at forward on the basketball team.
George Alvarez, St. John's College (D.C.), Harvard
The No. 37 player in the nation by Inside Lacrosse, Alvarez made 118 saves as a sophomore in 2018. He helped the Cadets reach the WCAC championship game in 2019.
Michael Gianforcaro, Culver Academy (Ind.), Princeton
Gianforcaro is the No. 12 player in the nation, according to Inside Lacrosse. The Princeton commit helped Culver Academy to a 20-1 record in 2019. He helped a defense that allowed only 93 goals in 21 games.