High Point Adds 18 Recruits for 2012-2013

Fisher played for the Bullis School, helping his team to a 13-3 overall record and 4-1 league record last spring. The Bullis School finished second in the Interstate Athletic Conference. He scored 20 goals with 10 assists and 52 ground balls in 19 games as a junior after scoring 14 goals with six assists as a sophomore.

A 6'2, 210-pound midfielder and faceoff specialist, Messenger will join High Point after attending Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School. He played field lacrosse for Holy Cross High School and played box lacrosse for the Coquitlam Intermediate Adanacs, where he was a provincial All-Star and leading scorer. He was selected to Team British Columbia three times, where he was starting center and won a silver medal with the under-19 team. He was also starting quarterback and offensive team MVP for the Lord Tweedsmuir football team.

Piluso is also a midfielder and faceoff specialist who attended Bergen Catholic and played club for the Tri-State Black. He won 70 percent of faceoffs and grabbed a team-leading 111 ground balls while scoring five goals in 17 games as a junior. His team went 7-10 while playing the sixth-hardest schedule in New Jersey.

Price is a 6'2, 195-poind midfielder out of Lambert High School. He scored 22 goals and had nine assists and 39 ground balls as a junior, helping his team to a 23-1 record and state championship. Price scored eight goals with 12 assists and 53 ground balls his sophomore year as the team went 18-2 and made it to the state semifinals. He was named All-State, named to the Under Armour All-America South team and earned several other honors in 2011.

Rollins lists at 6'2 and 185 pounds in the midfield. He played lacrosse for C. Milton Wright High School, where he scored 23 goals with 31 assists in 12 games last spring. He also played club for the Harford Mavericks and scored 29 goals with 18 assists in 14 games last season.

Taulane is a midfielder who played for Garnet Valley High School and Jags Lax. He scored 20 goals and had 19 assists and 72 ground balls as a junior, when he was named to the All-Central League second team. He earned honorable mention as a sophomore when he scored 26 goals with five assists and 65 ground balls. Garnet Valley qualified for the state tournament in 2009 and 2010. With Jags Lax, Taulane helped his team to several tournament championships.

The Panthers are bringing in four defensemen for next season James Dunn of Arnold, Md., Ben Hughes of Malvern, Pa., Alex Rock of McLean, Va., and Braxton Roman of Suwanee, Ga. as well as one goalie, Matthew Siegmund of Greensboro, N.C.

Dunn was ranked No. 16 among long-stick midfielders by ESPN High School Sports, ranked in the top 44 by the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association and earned several All-American honors while playing for Broadneck High School and Roughriders Elite. His teams won the Paradise Shootout, Rockfish Tournament and Patriot Games. Dunn is also a linebacker and helped his football team to the 4A regional title in 2010.

Hughes is a defenseman and long-stick midfielder from Great Valley High School. He also played for Mesa Fresh. He earned first-team All-Ches-Mont league honors and was named second-team All-Area as a junior after earning second-team All-League honors as a sophomore.

Rock comes from Gonzaga College High School in Virginia and also played for Chesapeake Rock, Madlax and VLC. He helped Gonzaga to two straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championships with records of 19-3 his junior year and 20-2 his sophomore year.

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