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Men’s lacrosse players from Long Island to watch in 2016

Duke lacrosse player Myles Jones, formerly of Walt

Duke lacrosse player Myles Jones, formerly of Walt Whitman High School. Credit: Duke Athletics

A look at 10 Division I men’s lacrosse players from Long Island high schools to watch in the 2016 NCAA season. (Players are listed in alphabetical order.)

CRAIG BERGE (Massapequa)

Midfield, Georgetown, Sophomore

Leading returning scorer (37 points) is an excellent passer and outside shooter.

LIAM BYRNES (West Islip)

Long-stick midfield, Marquette, Senior

One of the nation’s top defensive players forces turnovers and scoops groundballs.

DEVIN DWYER (Garden City)

Attack, Harvard, Senior

A throwback player who likes to set up shop behind the goal and feed teammates.


Attack, Duke, Sophomore

The lefty finisher had 52 goals as a freshman and also is a superb feeder.


Defense, Harvard, Senior

This shut-out defender who runs the field missed most of last season with an injury.

MYLES JONES (Whitman, Huntington)

Midfield, Duke, Senior

Leading Tewaaraton candidate scored 77 points as first-team All-American.

MATT KAVANAGH (Chaminade, Rockville Centre)

Attack, Notre Dame

Struggled down stretch with injury, but he still led the Irish in scoring for a second straight year.

DYLAN MOLLOY (St. Anthony’s, Setauket)

Attack, Brown, Junior

Strong dodger had a breakout sophomore season with 62 goals and 30 assists.

JAMES PANNELL (Smithtown West, Smithtown)

Attack, Virginia, Senior

Excellent shooter from the wing missed second half of last season with an injury.

MICHAEL QUINN (Chaminade, Port Washington)

Defense, Yale, Senior

Strong, quick and excellent on ground balls, he paces the Ivy League’s top defensive team.

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