LaxPower 2010 All-Eastern Region Boys' Lacrosse Team

Chris May, Gonzaga (DC)
Gonzaga capped a banner year by winning the WCAC title, thanks in part to May's performance at the face off 'X'. The future Georgetown Hoya won 80 percent of his faceoffs while pouring in 20 goals and 11 assists.

Drew Belinsky, Manhasset (NY)
Named the Nassau County Middie of the Year, Belinsky helped propel Manhasset to back-to-back state titles and an undefeated season on 2010. The UPenn commit scored 46 times and dished 19 assists. He earned state championship game MVP honors.

James Cathers, Corcoran (NY)
A big, strong middie, Cathers possesses a shot that is nearly impossible to save. The Syracuse signee led Corcoran to a Section III championship game appearance. A member of the Iroquois National team, he scored 95 points on 46 goals and 49 assists, which included a 10-point outing in the section semifinals.

Andrew Barton, St. Paul's (MD)
The vital piece of the MIAA champs roster. Barton netted 29 goals and gave out 20 assists while scooping up 47 groundballs. The All-Met Baltimore Sun selection scored a hat trick six times this season and will play at Providence next year.

Patrick Harbeson, DeMatha (DC)
A very difficult matchup, Harbeson can beat you from any spot on the field. He was named WCAC Co-Player of the Year while scoring 74 points on 45 goals and 29 assists. He will take his talents to Virginia in the fall.

Defense

Connor Hunt, Severna Park (MD)
The Washington Post Player of the Year, Hunt helped Severna Park to 20-0 state championship season. A future UNC Tar Heel, he gathered 75 ground balls and added six goals and three assists.

Joe Meuer, McDonogh (MD)
Meuer was nothing short of dominate on the defensive end. Named the C. Markland Kelly Award winner as the state's best player, Meuer finished the year with 104 ground balls and will play at Ohio State.

Casey Ikeda, Conestoga (PA)
The top defenseman in the Keystone State, Ikeda led Conestoga to the 2010 state championship. He scored five goals and two assists to go along with 51 ground balls this season. Ikeda has signed on to play at Maryland next season.

John Rose, Deerfield Academy (MA)
Rose led Deerfield to a 15-1 record. He was named an All-New England selection three years in a row. The Harvard commit was known for taking over games and shutting out the opposition's best player.

Bobby Lawrence, Summit (NJ)
Lawrence helped lead Summit to back-to-back state championships. He scooped up 89 ground balls and was named NJ.com's Player of the Year. He will play for Colgate next season.

John Urbank, Chaminade (NY)
This long and athletic defenseman was in charge of shutting down the opponents' top attackman. The Under Armour All-American selection led the Chaminade defense which allowed just 4.7 goals per game.

Goalie

Brian Feeney, Summit (NJ)
The backbone of a defense that allowed just 2.3 goals per game. Feeney saved 68 percent of the shots he faced. The Penn recruit helped Summit to two straight state championships and a 45-game winning streak.

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