May 19 – Westwood, NJ – The lacrosse coaches from the Bergen County Coaches Association and Bergen Catholic was well represented with three first team players.
Michael Kearney earned first team for the second consecutive year. The Bryant-bound midfielder recorded 30 goals, 8 assists and 30 ground balls from his midfield position to lead BC.
DJ Kelly’s outstanding season as BC’s top goal scorer landed him on the First Team. The Holy Cross-bound senior scored 41 goals and 18 assists with 32 ground balls from the Attack position.
Thomas McGee was BC’s top defender who was all over the field, leading the team with 71 ground balls and scoring 5 goals and adding an assist. McGee won 42 face-offs in a addition to causing countless turnovers all over the field.
On Second Team, St. Joseph University-bound Brett Zabransky pitched in 34 face-off wins, scoring 16 goals and 8 assists while leading all midfielders with 41 ground balls. He is joined by junior goal keeper Max Nolan. Nolan was outstanding between the pipes, saving 139 shots for a 56% Save Percentage.
Sophomore Brenden Kelly earned Third Team All-County for the Crusaders. His 50 points (30 goals and 20 assists) speaks volumes in his first starting season for BC. His line mate, Craig Campbell earned Honorable Mention All-County. The junior attackman who led the team in assists (25) was fourth overall in points with 33, scoring 8 goals despite missing a number of games due to injury.