Prestreau, Koeslch, and Mariano make All Tristate
DAN NEMIROV - WATCH VIDEO
Ward Melville, Long Island, 5-7, 170 (committed to Cornell)
The Cornell-bound keeper was rock-solid between the pipes as Ward Melville allowed double-digit goals just once all year en route to a 22-0 season and a NYS Class A title.
ED BLATZ - WATCH VIDEO
Garden City, Long Island, 6-5, 210 (committed to Georgetown)
You would always see the 6-foot-5 Trojan defender paired up against the opposing teams top attackmen. He did his job, leading a Garden City defense that didn’t give up double-digit goals in a game all year.
WILL REYNOLDS - WATCH VIDEO
Delbarton, New Jersey, 6-3, 200 (committed to Princeton)
Reynolds used intelligent positioning, strong stick skills and his linebacker toughness to anchor a defense that allowed just 4.2 goals a game and held all but one opponent to single digits. He drew the opponent's top scoring threat and routinely erased him from the equation early in the contest.
TIM MULLER - WATCH VIDEO
Chaminade, Long Island, 6-3, 200 (committed to Maryland)
Muller led a solid Flyers back-line that held opponents to an average of less than five goals per game en route to their first CHSAA ‘AAA’ title since 2008.
JACK BRUCKNER - WATCH VIDEO
Ward Melville, Long Island, 6-0, 180 (committed to Duke)
The All-American had a stellar year for the Patriots, not only potting 58 goals on the year, but also exceling at the faceoff X.
JT FORKIN - WATCH VIDEO
Long Beach, Long Island, 5-8, 160 (committed to Syracuse)
Long Beach’s offensive powerhouse netted 57 goals this year and helped lead Long Beach to one of the Marines best starts, opening the season 11-0.
BRIAN PRESTREAU - WATCH VIDEO
Yorktown, N.Y., 6-1, 165 (committed to Stony Brook)
The senior All-American led the Huskers in goals with 67. Prestreau was nearly unstoppable attacking the cage from up top, combining eel-like dodging skills with one of the most lethal shots in the country.
CHRISTIAN MAZZONE - WATCH VIDEO
Ward Melville, Long Island, 5-9, 160 (committed to Rutgers)
One part of a dangerous offensive Ward Melville trio that includes Bruckner and sophomore Daniel Bucaro, Mazzone potted 52 goals en route for the nation’s top team.
TED OTTENS - WATCH VIDEO
Wilton, Conn., 5-10, 185, (committed to Brown)
The senior All-American was a machine at the dot, helping Wilton capture the Class M title as the No. 17 seed. Ottens won 14 of 17 faceoffs in the championship against Barlow.
LONG STICK MIDDIE
JACK LAMBERT - WATCH VIDEO
Jonh-Jay Cross River, N.Y., 6-2, 190 (committed to North Carolina)
The two-time senior All-American was the most dominant all-around player in the Hudson Valley. Lambert was a lockdown defender in six-on-six and an absolute terror in transition.
JUSTIN GUTERDING - WATCH VIDEO
Garden City, Long Island, 6-0, 180
The future Blue Devil caps off an illustrious career with another 100-plus-point year (56 goals, 46 assists). His Trojans captured a second-straight NY Class B title with a 13-8 win over Jamesville-DeWitt.
KIERAN MULLINS - WATCH VIDEO
Islip, Long Island, 5-10, 170 (Junior) (committed to Army)
Long Island’s premier feeder, the Army-bound attack Mullins finished the year with 43 goals and 63 assists.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
TIM ROTANZ - WATCH VIDEO
Shoreham-Wading River, Long Island, 6-1, 200 (committed to Maryland)
The two-time All-American finishes his high school career ranked third all-time in Long Island scoring with 449 points.
Chaminade, Long Island, 5-11, 185 (committed to Duke)
Yorktown, N.Y., 6-1, 195 (committed to Johns Hopkins)
Don Bosco Prep, 6-1, 185 (committed to Lafayette)
New Canaan, Conn., 5-11, 185 (committed to Penn)
Massapequa, Long Island, 6-1, 170 (Junior) (committed to Georgetown)
Ridgefield, Conn., 5-10, 185 (Junior) (committed to Maryland)
Fairfield Prep, Conn., 6-1, 170 (Junior) (committed to Princeton)
Garden City, Long Island, 5-11, 180 (Soph.)
Chaminade, Long Island, 5-10, 170 (committed to Virginia)
Yorktown, N.Y., 6-1, 180 (committed to UMass)
St. Anthony's, Long Island, 5-11, 195 (committed to Brown)
Ward Melville, Long Island, 6-1, 180 (Soph.)