Summit Men's Alumni Lacrosse Game Set for June 6

June 4, 2014 at 10:19 AM

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Men’s Alumni lacrosse game will face-off on June 6, at 6:30 p.m., on the Upper High School Turf Field.

Any and all Summit High School men’s lacrosse alumni are invited to play.  The annual game benefits The Katie Hadley Memorial Lacrosse Scholarship, which is awarded to the graduating men’s lacrosse player(s) who demonstrates the highest level of leadership, dedication, enthusiasm, and determination.
The evening's schedule is as follows:

6:00 Registration

6:30 Odds vs. Evens Faceoff

7:15 Halftime Exhibition - SLC Coaches vs. SHS Alumni (Class of 1995 and below)

9:00 Lights Out
There are several levels of support available, including:
All-World - $200
All-American - $100
All-State - $50
All-Alumni - $20
To reserve a roster spot in the game, a minimum donation of $20 is required.  Anyone interested in participating in the event, or donating to The Katie Hadley Memorial Lacrosse Scholarship, are encouraged to contact David Hadley at 908 /277-3135, or via


1978 -- David Hadley, Plymouth State College

1979 – Jim Mason, Ithaca College

1980 -- Mark Teare, Lafayette College

1981 – Owen Dunne, Rutgers University

1982 – John McGowan, University of Richmond

1983 – Mike Krupka, Dartmouth College

1984 – Ed Duarte, Fordham University

1985 – Andrew Barnard, Harvard University

1986 – Tom Bredahl, Middlebury College

1987 – Steve Murphy, Penn State University

1988 – Tom Snedecker, Washington & Lee University

1989 – Paul Fleming, New England College

1990 – Troid Edwards, Hobart College

1991 – Michael Sabol, Salisbury State College

1992 – William Robb – Hamilton College

1993 – Wally Lobo, Villanova University

1994 – Randal Jensen, Denison College

1995 – Brian Fleming, Roanoke College

1996 – Vincent Martin, Wesleyan University

1997 -- David Essig, Yale Univeristy

1998 – Blake Grosch, Colby College
1999 -- John Mell, University of Virginia

2000 – David Haire, Colgate University

2001 -- Ryan Clark, University of Michigan

2002 – Matt Starker, Villanova University

2003 -- JR Parker, Gettysburg College, & Todd Branchflower, USAFA

2004 -- Anson Fraser, Notre Dame University

2005 -- John Alpizar, University of Albany, & Todd Kaiser, Quinnipiac University

2006 -- Andrew Bell, Muhlenberg College, & Will Gruetzmacher, Lehigh University
2007 -- Chet Grabowski, Union College & Zach Schleimer, Iona College
2008 -- Bryan Stuke, Washington & Lee University, & Will Sangree, Haverford College
2009 -- Adolfo Arrieta, Kean University & Brian Bell, Chapman University

2010 -- Marcel Godino, Manhattan College, & Jake Hall, St. Joseph University

2011 -- Mike Ford, Middlebury College, & Tim Yager, St. John’s University

2012 -- William Hadley, Ithaca College
2013 -- Liam Mennig, RPI

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