Loyola Welcomes Fifteen Recruits to Lacrosse Class of 2017

Zack Sirico was a two-time USLacrosse and SCLCA All-American in 2012 and 2013 at Sayville High School. He helped the Flashes win the 2012 Suffolk County title, and over the last three years, he scored 240 points for Sayville (2013 23 goals, 63 assists; 2012 15 goals, 83 assists; 2011 25 goals, 31 assists). Sirico was named to the All-County and All-Division teams as a junior and senior, as well. In club lacrosse, he played for Sayville and was a Top 205 All-Star. He was a standout on the Sayville football team, as well, helping Sayville to the Suffolk County title as a tailback in 2011 and quarterback in 2012. As a senior, he was an All-Long Island and All-County quarterback, and in 2011, he tied a record with six touchdowns and 40 total points in the Long Island Championship Game, earning Championship Game Most Valuable Player honors.

Brian Sherlock comes to Loyola as a transfer student-athlete after spending last year at the University of North Carolina. Sherlock received a medical hardship waiver for the Tar Heels and will have four years to compete at Loyola. As a high school standout at Saint Anthony's, Sherlock was the Long Island Catholic League Midfielder of the Year as a senior in 2012, a year in which he scored 39 goals and assisted on 12. He scored at least 31 goals in each of his four seasons at Saint Anthony's, finishing with a combined 165 over four years (2013 39 goals, 12 assists; 2012 31 goals, 14 assists; 2011 50 goals, 19 assists; 2010 45 goals, 26 assists). He was a two-time Under Armour All-American and a member of the Warrior 40 team. Sherlock was also an excellent running back for the Friars' football team, earning team most valuable player honors as a junior and senior and leading the team to back-to-back Catholic League titles.

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