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College Crosse 2018 Fantasy Lineups

See what’s in store for the College Crosse fantasy league this season.

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In part because we thought it’d be fun, but also because the guiding principle of this web site has long been “Why not?”, we decided to form a fantasy lacrosse league this season. It could be a hit. It could fail miserably. Probably the latter, but you never know unless you try.

We drafted last night, and if you’re a masochist, you can listen to the draft podcast here. It’s mostly comprised of awkward 10-second silences broken up by “uh...I pick Brendan Gleason?” or “who’s turn is it?” so if that sounds appealing to you—by all means, give it a listen. If not, these are the rules, scoring system, and rosters we’ll use heading into the college season:

(Safe tried live-tweeting the results while we drafted, but that lasted about one round before it became too much for him to handle.)


  • Me (Adam)
  • Safe
  • Chris
  • Marisa
  • Jake
  • Jim Simmons
  • Jack Goods


  • 3 Attackmen
  • 3 Midfielders (can be either offensive middies or SSDM)
  • 1 Flex (can be either attack or middie)
  • 3 Defensemen (can be close D or LSM)
  • 2 FOGOs
  • 2 Goalies


  1. Goals
  2. Assists
  3. Shooting %
  4. Ground balls
  5. Caused turnovers
  6. Face-off %
  7. Shooting %

Every team will be ranked 1-7 based on where they stack up for each stat. For instance, if your team leads the league in goals, you’ll receive a “7” for that stat. If you are last in ground balls, you’ll get a “1” for that stat. Add up all your numbers, and that will be the standings. Each stat is of equal value: Caused turnovers are just as important as goals. Which means your defensemen are just as important as your attackmen. Gotta give the D guys some love, because no one else does!

So, for instance, say a team is currently in fourth place in every stat. They’ll get seven “4s” and have 28 total points (7x4, for the math nerds out there). This should be familiar to anyone who’s every played fantasy baseball, which typically uses a rotisserie scoring system. I’ll update the standings each week so you can follow along and see how the teams are doing.

Without further adieu, let’s get to the teams. Let us know in the comments or on Twitter who you think has the best squad headed into the season (we’ll have an add/drop system during the season, but I’ll get to that later).



A - Connor Fields, Albany

A - Grant Ament, Penn State

A - Christian Cuccinello, Villanova

M - Ryan Conrad, Virginia

M - Zach Goodrich, Towson

M - Brendan Gleason, Notre Dame

Flex - Cole Williams, Johns Hopkins (2018 Tewaaraton winner)

D - Matt Neufeldt, Maryland

D - John Sexton, Notre Dame

D - Jared Conners, Virginia

FOGO - Ted Ottens, Brown

FOGO - Joe Francisco, Rutgers

G - Brian Corrigan, Marist

G - Tyler Blaisdell, Princeton

THE GERMAN SHEPHERD BABYS (Chris, who has no idea how to spell “babies”)

A - Ben Reeves, Yale

A - Ryder Garnsey, Notre Dame

A - Chris Cloutier, North Carolina

M - Joel Tinney, Johns Hopkins (taken solely to troll Adam and Safe)

M - Jamie Trimboli, Syracuse

M - David Symmes, Army

Flex - Brendan Bomberry, Syracuse

D - Ben Randall, Ohio State

D - Michael Rexrode, Rutgers

D - Chris Sabia, Penn State

FOGO - Conor Mackie, Yale

FOGO - Noah Rak, UMass

G - Tate Boyce, Providence

G - Dan Morris, Maryland


A - Jeff Teat, Cornell (#FreeJeffTeat)

A - Ethan Walker, Denver

A - Michael Kraus, Virginia

M - Greyson Torain, Navy

M - Connor DeSimone, Hopkins

M - Austin Sims, Princeton

Flex - Kieran Mullins, Rutgers

D - Bryce Young, Maryland

D - Scott Hooper, Virginia

D - Cade van Raaphorst, Duke

FOGO - Gerard Arceri, PSU

FOGO - Will Vitelli, Quinnipiac

G - AJ Barretto, Army

G - Alex Ready, Denver


A - Pat Spencer, Loyola

A - Jack Wilson, BU (#1)

A - Ian Mackay, Vermont

M - Tim Rotanz, Maryland

M - Kyle McClancy, Albany

M - James Burr, BU (#2)

Flex - Chris Gray, BU (#3)

D - Isaac Paparo, UMass

D - James Leary, Vermont

D - Quentin Germain, BU (#4)

FOGO - Dylan Protesto, Hartford

FOGO - Jarrett Witzal, Bucknell

G - Robert Shaw, Harvard

G - Joe McSorely, BU (#5)


A - Justin Guterding, Duke

A - Michael Sowers, Princeton

A - Justin Reh, Albany

M - Kevin McGeary, Penn

M - Pat Fraser, Hopkins

M - Colton Jackson, Denver

Flex - Chris Walsch, Air Force

D - Matt Farrell, Holy Cross

D - Tyson Bomberry, Syracuse

D - Matt Gilray, Bucknell

FOGO - TD Ierlan, Albany

FOGO - Alex Woodall, Towson

G - Alec van de Bovemkamp

G - Jacob Stover, Loyola


A - Tehoka Nanticoke, Albany

A - Tre LeClaire, Ohio State

A - Jared Bernhardt, Maryland

M - Stephen Hudak, Brown

M - Dox Aitken, Virginia

M - Lou Youvino, Furman

Flex - Brent Noseworthy, Michigan

D - Craig Chick, Lehigh

D - Brandon Jones, Air Force

D - Connor Keating, Penn

FOGO - Connor Gaffney, Lehigh

FOGO - Zach Melillo, Marquette

G - Max Edelmann, Rutgers

G - Cole Blazer, Marquette


A - Mac O’Keefe, Penn State

A - Morgan Cheek, Harvard

A - Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins

M - Connor Kelly, Maryland

M - Brad Smith, Duke

M - Bubba Fairman, Maryland

Flex - Will Sands, Bucknell

D - Johnny Surdick, Army

D - Jack Toomb, Robert Morris

D - Freddy Freibott, Ohio State

FOGO - Trevor Baptiste, Denver

FOGO - Kenny Massa, Bryant

G - Jack Concannon, Hofstra

G - Alex Heger, Robert Morris

2018 College Crosse draft results

Position KING COLE (Adam) Chris (The German Shepherd Babys) Safe - The Hitters Marisa A Team Has No Name. Jim Jack (BIG EAST Champs) Jake
Position KING COLE (Adam) Chris (The German Shepherd Babys) Safe - The Hitters Marisa A Team Has No Name. Jim Jack (BIG EAST Champs) Jake
Attack Connor Fields, Albany Ben Reeves, Yale Jeff Teat, Cornell Pat Spencer, Loyola Justin Guterding, Duke Tehoka Nanticoke, Albany Mac O'Keefe, Penn State
Attack Grant Ament, Penn State Ryder Garnsey, Notre Dame Ethan Walker, Denver Jack Wilson, BU Michael Sowers, Princeton Tre LeClaire, Ohio State Morgan Cheek, Harvard
Attack Christian Cuccinello, Villanova Chris Cloutier, North Carolina Michael Kraus, Virginia Ian Mackay, Vermont Justin Reh, Albany Jared Bernhardt, Maryland Shack Stanwick, Johns Hopkins
Midfield Ryan Conrad, Virginia Joel Tinney, Johns Hopkins Greyson Torain, Navy Tim Rotanz, Maryland Kevin McGeary, Penn Stephen Hudak, Brown Connor Kelly, Maryland
Midfield Zach Goodrich, Towson Jamie Trimboli, Syracuse Connor DeSimone, Hopkins Kyle McClancy, Albany Pat Fraser, Hopkins Dox Aitken, Virginia Brad Smith, Duke
Midfield Brendan Gleason, Notre Dame David Symmes, Army Austin Sims, Princeton James Burr, BU Colton Jackson, Denver Lou Youvino, Furman Bubba Fairman, Maryland
Attack/Midfield Cole Williams, Johns Hopkins Brendan Bomberry, Syracuse Kieran Mullins, Rutgers Chris Gray, BU Chris Walsch, Air Force Brent Noseworthy, Michigan Will Sands, Bucknell
Defense Matt Neufeldt, Maryland Ben Randall, Ohio State Bryce Young, Maryland Isaac Paparo, UMass Matt Farrell, Holy Cross Craig Chick, Lehigh Johnny Surdick, Army
Defense John Sexton, Notre Dame Michael Rexrode, Rutgers Scott Hooper, Virginia James Leary, Vermont Tyson Bomberry, Syracuse Brandon Jones, Air Force Jack Toomb, Robert Morris
Defense Jared Conners, Virginia Chris Sabia, Penn State Cade van Raaphorst, Duke Quentin Germain, BU Matt Gilray, Bucknell Connor Keating, Penn Freddy Freibott, Ohio State
FOGO Ted Ottens, Brown Conor Mackie, Yale Gerard Arceri, Penn State Dylan Protesto, Hartford TD Ierlan, Albany Connor Gaffney, Lehigh Trevor Baptiste, Denver
FOGO Joe Francisco, Rutgers Noah Rak, UMass Will Vitelli, Quinnipiac Jarrett Witzal, Bucknell Alex Woodall, Towson Zach Melillo, Marquette Kenny Massa, Bryant
Goalie Brian Corrigan, Marist Tate Boyce, Providence AJ Barretto, Army Robert Shaw, Harvard Alec van de Bovemkamp Max Edelmann, Rutgers Jack Concannon, Hofstra
Goalie Tyler Blaisdell, Princeton Dan Morris, Maryland Alex Ready, Denver Joe McSorely, BU Jacob Stover, Loyola Cole Blazer, Marquette Alex Heger, Robert Morris