Mercy Welcomes 10 Lacrosse Newcomers for 2014 Season

Kelley was named All-League Honorable Mention to cap a career that saw the midfielder score 32 goals and make 55 assists.

Larson is a versatile midfielder/attackman from Loudon County High School in Virginia, where he captained the team to a 16-1 season that included both Dulles District regular season and tournament championships last year. A three-sport athlete (golf and basketball), he was named All-Dulles District Honorable Mention after finishing the season with 73 points on 39 goals and 34 assists.

Jefferson played three years of Varsity lacrosse at Riverhead High School, where he led his team to the playoffs for the first time in school history last season. The midfielder and two-sport athlete (football) finished his career with 45 points.

Morris served as team captain at Farmingdale High School, earning All-Division honors as a senior. A two-year starter in midfield, the two-sport athlete finished with 58 career points while also captaining the football team, with which he earned All-Conference honors as a wide receiver.

Pasamba is the team's lone defensive recruit, coming from Paramus Catholic High School, where he started for three years on the Varsity squad and totaled two goals and four assists.

Head coach Jordan Levine's squad finished third in the ECC with an 11-4 (4-3) record last year, including wins over defending national champion Dowling College and No. 12 Molloy College. Departed seniors Michael Marzocca (North Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon) and Michael Munch (West Babylon, N.Y./West Babylon) were named First Team All-ECC, with Wood and rookie Chillianis garnering Honorable Mention honors. Wood led the Mavericks with 61 points, which ranked fifth in the ECC, on 28 goals and a team-high 33 assists, which ranked third in the ECC.

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