LIVINGSTON, NJ -- The Livingston boys lacrosse team was well-represented during college signing day this week.

On Wednesday, Brian Russo, Trevor Dzama and Brandon Shevins all participated in signings indicating they would be continuing their lacrosse careers in college after their graduation in 2020.

Russo, a midfielder/attacker, will play at Rutgers University, where his brother, Stephen Russo, is a junior and a member of the Scarlet Knights' lacrosse program. Brian Russo scored 49 goals, doled out 10 assists and came up with 104 ground balls during his junior season at Livingston. He now has 121 career goals. Russo also played football at Livingston, but his senior season was cut short by a midseason injury.

Dzama, an attacker, is heading to Moravian College. He finished his junior season with 25 goals and 19 assists. Shevins, a goalie, will attend and play lacrosse at Wittenberg. Shevins made 282 saves in 21 games last season.