USA Lacrosse Names 2022 USA Select Men's Teams

PHOTO BY JOHN STROHSACKER

Grant Ramsey of Deerfield Academy (Mass.) and the Juiced Cherries club was one of 44 players named to the USA Select teams.


SPARKS, Md. — USA Lacrosse has named 44 of the nation's top high school boys' lacrosse players to the 2022 USA Select U16 and U18 teams. The players were selected following a national combine at USA Lacrosse headquarters last week that featured more than 100 players.

The 44 players come from high schools representing 14 states and 12 players are returning for their second year on a USA Select team, including nearly half of last year's U16 team.

The USA Select teams represent the third phase of the National Team Development Program, which is designed to provide high-level training to players, introduce them to the U.S. national team program and offer competitive opportunities.

The USA Select teams will compete against international competition during the Brogden Cup from Oct. 14-16 at USA Lacrosse headquarters. The event is run in conjunction with the Fall Classic, which features the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams. 

The national combine for the women's USA Select teams wrapped up earlier today at USA Lacrosse. Those teams will be announced next week.

The National Team Development Program is supported by partners invested in the growth of the sport, including Cascade, Maverik, Game On mouthguards, MedStar Health, NCSA (Next College Student Athlete), Squad Locker and STX.

Following is a full list of players named to the 2022 USA Select teams:

USA Select Men's U16 Team

First Name

Last Name

High School

Club

Luke

Arrighi

Bronxville (NY)

Predators

Matthew

Beachley

DeMatha Catholic (MD)

Annapolis Hawks

Justin

Brown

St. Paul's School (MD)

Crabs

Will

Chiasson

Noble & Greenough (MA)

Laxachusetts

Milki

Conway-Reppert

Loomis Chaffee (CT)

3D New England

Jack

D'Spain

Allen High School (TX)

Baltimore Crabs

John

Devir

Don Bosco Prep (NJ)

Leading Edge

Michael

Dickinson-Tooman

Fairview (CO)

Denver Elite

Finn

Evans

O'Dea (WA)

Cityside/Mad Dog West Elite/Mad Dog National

Jack

Gunning

Loyola Blakefield (MD)

Looney's

Jace

Johnson

McKinney High (TX)

Chaos/SoCal Bulls

Hunter

Keller

Davis (UT)

Utah Summit LC

Teddy

Lally

Thayer Academy (MA)

Laxachusetts

Natnael

Menbere

Seattle Preparatory (WA)

CitySide/Mad Dog National

Luke

Miller

McDonogh (MD)

Annapolis Hawks

Grant

Ramsey

Deerfield Academy (MA)

Juiced Cherries

Trevor

Sardis

Bernards (NJ)

Tri-State

Cormac

Scane

Culver Military Academy (IN)

Juiced Cherries

Christian

Schweiger

Seton Hall Prep (NJ)

BBL

Owen

Scott

Calvert Hall College (MD)

FCA

Jake

Vana

St. John's Prep (MA)

Gorilla Lax

Flynn

Wilson

Lucy Beckham (SC)

Team 91 South

USA Select Men's U18 Team

First Name

Last Name

High School

Club

Benjamin

Abel

Highland Park (TX)

Mad Dog National

Jimmy

Ayers

St. John's Prep (MA)

3D New England

Brock

Behrman

Salisbury School (CT)

Team 91

Zach

Bye

Hotchkiss (CT)

Predators

McClaine

Cantrell

Mater Dei (CA)

West Coast Starz/California Gold LC

Sean

Creter

Hunterdon Central (NJ)

Leading Edge

Brody

Davis

Seton Hall Prep (NJ)

Tri-State

Cooper

Fallon

Hudson (WI)

Team MN

Thomas

Gravino

Victor (NY)

Sweetlax

Matthew

Han

Paul VI (VA)

Madlax DC Dogs

Triston

Jewell

Mater Dei (CA)

West Coast Starz

Nate

Kabiri

Georgetown Prep (MD)

DC Dogs

Peter

Laake

Loyola Blakefield (MD)

Crabs

Talan

Livingston

Severna Park (MD)

Koopers

Parker

Love

Paul VI (VA)

Blackwolf

Joshua

Peluse

Shawnee (NJ)

Annapolis Hawks

Braden

Poon

Phillips Academy (MA)

Mad Dog National

Elliot

Rutherford

Colorado Academy (CO)

Denver Elite

Christian

Schrader

Red Bank Catholic (NJ)

NJLC

Jack

Turowsky

Northfield Mount Hermon (MA)

Piatelli Pioneer

T J

Underhill

Palos Verdes (CA)

Nation United National/UNRL

Brody

Upton

Noble & Greenough (MA)

3D New England







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