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Team 91 Wolfpack Commitments

Danny Aiello, midfield, Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) – Navy
Hunter Aquino, attack, Academy of the New Church (Pa.) – Penn State
Vincent Bolognino, defense / LSM, Harborfields (N.Y.) – Syracuse
Luke Breslin, attack, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) – Lehigh
Pat Flaherty, midfield, Chaminade (N.Y.) – Navy
Ben Fox, defense, Chaminade (N.Y.) – North Carolina
Liam Gregorek, midfield, Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.) – Navy
Lucas Laforge, attack, Mount Sinai (N.Y.) – Michigan
Michael Luce, defense, Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) – Boston University
Michael Moon, faceoff, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) – Brown
Ben Morris, attack, Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) – Johns Hopkins
Brady Smith, goalie, Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) – Albany
Dante Vardaro, defense, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) – Penn 


Team 91 Wolfpack
Fall Schedule

Nov. 20 – NLF Fall Invitational at Farmingdale State College on Long Island
Dec. 10-11 – IMLCA at Champions Gate Sports Complex in Orlando

Team 91 Wolfpack
Top Uncommitted Players

(in alphabetical order)

Jared Beschel, attack, Manhasset (N.Y.) 

Beschel is an intriguing prospect out of the top public school programs in the country. A 6-2 attackman who uses his size well to set up his dodges and get to the cage, he also has room to fill out physically. He’s a strong, accurate shooter who is also extremely tenacious on the ride and has significant upside.

Sal Caputo, goalie, Chaminade (N.Y.) 

Caputo has flown under the radar in the early going, but he’s one of the best goalies left on the board in the entire class. While he’s not the biggest goalie, he more than makes up for it with his incredibly quick reflexes and big-game performances. He always brings a ton of energy and has an infectious personality that rubs off on his teammates and helps him command the defense. It doesn’t hurt that he plays at Chaminade, arguably the country’s top program when it comes to producing goalies at the next level.

Rowan Collins, LSM, Manhasset (N.Y.)

Collins is an impactful defender between the lines and started at LSM for class C state champion Manhasset. A high-level athlete with elite-level grades, Collins exudes toughness and won’t shy away from making his presence felt, particularly in the middle of the field.

Maclin Keyser, midfield, Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) 

Keyser emerged as an important player for the Phantoms last spring, pocketing 14 goals and dishing out eight assists. A silky-smooth righty middie, he isn’t afraid to shoot and places the ball well. He also does an excellent job of finding open space off-ball, and he fits well into just about any EMO unit.

Aidan McMinn, defense, Ward Melville (N.Y.) 

There isn’t a ton of flash to McMinn’s game, and that’s more than OK. He’s going to be a four-year starter at perennial national powerhouse Ward Melville. It’s a testament to his stay-at-home style. He won’t take a ton of chances, which generally means he doesn’t make any mistakes, either. McMinn does well both on and off ball and uses his 5-10, 190-pound frame to play a physical style.

Mikey Mondiello, midfield, Manhasset (N.Y.) 

Mondiello got some time this spring for the state champion Indians and continued that momentum with strong play over the summer. A two-handed middie blessed with good speed and toughness, Mondiello, who also plays hockey, gets up and down the field with ease. He’s also an outstanding student.

Luca Petruccelli, midfield, Manhasset (N.Y.)

If you want to clear the ball, give it to Petruccelli and get out of the way. He’s got the best set of wheels on the team and can get upfield faster than everyone else. Petruccelli is a terrific athlete who also plays soccer and has quality grades, and his athleticism separates him from a lot of his peers. His outstanding first step is a problem for defenders, as is his hard shot on the run.

Quinn Reynolds, LSM / SSDM, Northport (N.Y.) 

A veritable Swiss Army knife, Reynolds is impactful in a variety of different ways. It speaks volumes to his versatility that he started as an SSDM for Northport and then as an LSM for the Wolfpack. He makes up for his lack of prototypical size with a grittiness, toughness and athleticism. A pesky on-ball defender who relishes the opportunity to get physical with opponents, Reynolds is a very high-academic type who can fill myriad roles.