Drew Altic, sophomore, Chaminade
The young faceoff specialist and Flip Naumberg Award winner earned All-MCC and All-State honors for the Red Devils. Altic won 192 of 240 faceoffs (80 percent) over the season. He also won 100 percent of his faceoffs in two different games. Altic won 12 of 14 faceoffs and scored a goal in Chaminade’s 10-6 loss to Eureka in a MSLA state championship quarterfinal.
Crawford Bundy, sophomore, MICDS
Bundy stood out as a sophomore for the Rams with a solid all-around game that helped give the state champs some extra depth. Bundy scored 17 goals, had 30 assists and was second only to senior teammate Nico Feldman in ground balls with 80.
Turner Carlson, senior, John Burroughs
A two-year captain for the Bombers, Carlson piled up the 10th-most points in the metro area (77) on 41 goals and 36 assists, earning all-state honors and all-Metro League recognition for the third consecutive year. The attackman helped lead the Bombers (10-6) to the MSLA state championship quarterfinals. Carlson was a National Merit Finalist and two-time U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American. He will attend the University of Virginia.
Charlie Carse, senior, SLUH
The Junior Billikens’ senior attackman scored 61 goals to become SLUH’s all-time career leader in points while leading his team back to the MSLA semifinals for a second successive year. He earned first-team all-state recognition and first-team all-MCC honors for the second year in a row. The academic all-American will attend the University of Alabama.
Jordon Celeslie, junior, Vianney
The Cleveland State commit had 41 goals, 30 assists and 44 ground balls to lead a talented, young Griffins squad to a 14-4 record and the quarterfinals of the MSLA state playoffs. Celeslie was a first-team all-stater and a unanimous first-team All-Metro Catholic Conference selection after earning Under Armour Midwest Underclass All-American honors in the summer of 2018.
Carter Coleman, sophomore, Priory
The Rebels’ attacker had the seventh most points (84) in the metro area with 60 goals and 24 assists. Coleman earned first team all-state and first-team all-Metro League honors while helping Priory (12-7) earn a berth in the MSLA state championship playoffs.
Josh McIntyre, junior, O’Fallon
McIntyre, an attackman, collected 60 goals to go with 19 assists and 38 ground balls for the most goals by a junior this season. He sparked the Panthers to a 12-6 record. McIntyre scored at least three goals in 13 different games and led O’Fallon to the MSLA Show Me Cup semifinals.
Will Morris, junior, Seckman
For the second time in two years, Morris garnered second-team all-state honors as a faceoff specialist. Morris won 135 of 170 faceoffs (79 percent) for the up-and-coming Jaguars. He also had the second-highest average of ground balls per game with 9.1.
Dylan Radke, senior, De Smet
The three-time all-state, all-MCC senior goes down as the best goalie in De Smet’s storied history. Radke’s 240 saves this spring led the metro area and the entire state of Missouri. Each one also set a new school record for the Spartans. Radke leaves De Smet with 762 career saves, over 200 more than the previous record holder. Radke also earned academic all-American honors this year.
Jacob Van Kleeck, senior, Eureka
The Lindenwood University signee had 31 goals and 53 assists (84 points) in helping the Wildcats secure their second MSLA state championship semifinal appearance in as many years. Van Kleeck is an academic all-American and two-time second-team all-state honoree. He finished his career at Eureka with 65 goals and 96 assists.