The ISL lacrosse season has concluded and it was another season which did not disappoint. Nobles and Governor’s shared the ISL title, with Belmont Hill and St. Sebastian’s finishing right behind them, with only two ISL losses each.
The All-ISL teams will be released soon by the league and their coaches, but Boston Lax has named our 16-player Boston Lax ISL First team (Super Team) squad.
Each member of the Super Team will receive an automatic invitation to the 2018 Boston Lax All-American game on July 9th at 6:30 p.m. at Xaverian High School in Westwood, MA.
Additional ISL players will also be invited to the All-American game over the course of the next couple of weeks, along with the automatic invitations which are extended to the Eastern Massachusetts First Team All-Americans.
As with past All-American game selections, additional MIAA players will be selected by our Boston Lax selection committee from the Western Mass All-Americans, Central Mass All-Americans and remaining pool of Eastern, Western, and Central Massachusetts student-athletes, along with the ISL student-athletes.
Boston Lax ISL 1st Team (Super Team)
Alphabetical order by 1st name
Hayden Cheek – Senior – Nobles
Jake Haase – Senior – Belmont Hill
Patrick Daly – Senior – Tabor
Zach Ludd – Senior – Governor’s
Brendan Jordan – Senior – Governor’s
Jett Dziama – Senior – Nobles
Nick Loring – Senior – Nobles
Tommy Benjes – Senior – Rivers
Two Way Midfielders
Matt DeSisto – Senior – St. Sebastian’s
Will Plansky – Senior – St. Sebastian’s
Nate Laliberte – Sophomore – Governor’s
Luke Moriarty – Junior – Governor’s
Max Fields – Senior – Belmont Hill
Michael Hughes – Junior – Brooks
Will Frisoli – Junior – St. Sebastian’s
Danny Hincks – Senior – Belmont Hill
Please, direct message our twitter handle @bostonlaxnet with your RSVP and email address (I can or cannot attend) the All-American game on July 9. If you have emailed us already, thank you!