Loyola Lacrosse Announces Recruiting Class of 2014

In 2010, he scored 40 goals and assisted on 22 others while picking up 70 ground balls. Duffy was also named to the academic all-conference team and was a standout on the football field. He was an all-conference first team wide receiver for the Tigers and helped Chapel Hill win the 2009 conference championship.

Joe Fletcher has been a standout defenseman at West Genesee High School, helping the Wildcats win the 2008 New York State Championship. West Genesee, which is the high school alma mater of Loyola Assistant Coaches Dan Chemotti and Steve Vaikness, also captured the 2008, 2009 and 2010 New York Section III titles. Fletcher, a team captain as a senior, picked up 64 ground balls in 2010 after grabbing 58 as a junior.

Fletcher earned All-League first Team and High School All-America honors in 2010. He was a member of the Central New York team that earned the silver medal at the 2008 Empire State Games. A member of the National Honor Society, Fletcher was named a scholar-athlete in 2008 and 2009.

Ian Gordon is a faceoff specialist who has played at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School in Arlington, Va., and the Salisbury School in Salisbury, Conn. Gordon was a member of the Under Armour Washington D.C. Underclassmen's Team in 2008 and 2009 and the 2008 Adidas National Classic Marva Prep Team. He helped St. Stephen's & St. Agnes win the 2007 Virginia State title, and in 2009 and 2010, he aided Salisbury School in its New England Championship. Gordon received the Salisbury School's Frank Garfield Medal.

In 2009, Gordon won 85-percent of the faceoffs he took for Salisbury, and he scored 18 goals with 22 assists in 2008 for St. Stephen's & St. Agnes. Gordon was an exceptional ice hockey player at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, earning 2007 and 2008 All-Virginia and All-League honors, as well as 2008 All-Metro First Team laurels from The Washington Post.

Patrick Laconi earned NJILCA All-Klank Conference First Team as a sophomore and junior and All-Iron Hills League First Team recognition as a junior midfielder at Morristown (N.J.) High School. Laconi has scored 84 goals, while assisting on 61 others, during his three seasons at Morristown, helping the Colonials win the conference title as a sophomore and junior, advancing to the state tournament each season.

Laconi was named to the Garden State Lacrosse All-Star Team and the Top 205 Top 40 Team, as well as being named to the honor roll and high honor roll during his high school career. He has been the team's leading scorer for his club team, the Patriot Elite.

Thomas Robinson helped his Langley High School team win the last two Virginia State Championships as a close defender. He earned Washington Post All-Metro honors and was rewarded with All-Region, All-District and Virginia All-America honors, as well.

Robinson has played club lacrosse for MadLax Summer Select in addition to his standout career at Langley.

Austin Rogusky was the offensive most valuable player in 2009 as a midfielder at Conestoga High School in Tredyffrin Township, Pa. Rogusky earned All-America honors in 2009 and was a member of the Under Armour Philadelphia Underclassmen's team. He helped Conestoga, the high school alma mater of Loyola All-American P.T. Ricci '09, reach the P.I.A.A. state finals and the 2009 P.I.A.A. District I and Central League titles.

The Pioneers compiled a 24-2 overall record in Rogusky's junior year of 2009. Conestoga also went 24-2 in 2010 and won the P.I.A.A. state title. During the club season, he aided Duke's Lacrosse Club I win the Champ Camp National Championship in 2008 and 2009.

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