Loyola Welcomes Fifteen Recruits to Lacrosse Class of 2017

Ryan Fournier played both box and field lacrosse for Team Ontario and was a box player for the Toronto Beaches. As a high school player, he excelled at The Hill Academy where he was a two-year team captain.

Jordan Germershausen played at nearby Calvert Hall College where he amassed 25 goals and seven assists as a senior in 2013. He earned WBAL-TV Prep Player of the Week honors, as well, during a season in which he also picked up 43 ground balls. During club season, Germershausen played for the Crabs and FCA programs and was selected as a FCA club captain.

Johnny McNamara was an all-league player at Brewster Academy, earning mention on the ESPN Rise All-League First Team in 2012 and 2013. Inside Lacrosse listed him as one of the top 100 incoming freshmen after he led Brewster in assists each of the last three years. In the last two seasons, McNamara posted a combined 60 goals and 80 assists (2013 32 goals, 48 assists; 2012 28 goals, 32 assists). He played club lacrosse for the Fighting Clams and saw action in a bevy of summer all-star games. McNamara was also a varsity letterwinner in golf and soccer for the Bobcats.

Adam Monticollo earned USLacrosse All-American honors as a senior in 2013 at Saint Augustine Preparatory School and was also a NJILCA and NJSIAA All-State First Team honoree. He also earned several honors, including All-South Jersey honors from Atlantic City Press, Philadelphia Inquirer and the Courier Post. He also played in the Champion All-America Challenge, a USLacrosse event after the season. Monticollo was a Top 205 All-Star, as well, and he helped Saint Augustine to three New Jersey Non-Public state titles from 2010-2012.

Mike Perkins started on three Jamesville-Dewitt High School teams that reached the New York State final four and twice advanced to the championship game. The 2011 Red Rams won the New York title and his senior-year squad were finalists. Perkins scored 16 goals and assisted on 14 as a senior when he was an All-League First Team honoree, and he scored 44 goals and assisted on 22 during his career.

Nick Sawyer will be the third of three siblings to play for the Greyhounds, joining current senior Matt and recently graduated All-American Mike. The youngest Sawyer was a four-year letterwinner at Charlotte Catholic where he picked up Conference 12 Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2013. He was a three-time NCHSAA All-Conference First Team selection and two-time North Carolina All-West First Team member. Sawyer earned USLacrosse All-America honors as a senior and was a two-time team captain and offensive most valuable player. He scored 45 goals and assisted on 21 as a senior, and on the club level, he played for Team Carolina.

Graham Savio earned USLacrosse All-America recognition as a senior in 2013 at Greenwich High School. A faceoff midfielder, Savio was a member of the team that reached the championship game of the Champion All-America Challenge, a US Lacrosse event. He helped the Cardinals advance to the FCIAC Semifinals and the CIAC Class L Quarterfinals.

Ross Schnitzer was a two-time All-League player at Iona Prep where he was a long-stick midfielder. As a senior, he caused 66 turnovers and picked up 102 ground balls for the Gaels after posting 70 and 145 as a junior and 15 and 51 during his sophomore campaign. He was a two-time Defensive Player of the Year, and he was named to the Journal News' All-Area First Team. He played club lacrosse for Red Water and NYC Empire.

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