Brett Baskin '17 Named Catholic League Lacrosse MVP

Brett Baskin '17 Named Catholic League Lacrosse MVP

Overall, 16 players were named to the 2017 All-Catholic Team for the Explorers.

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La Salle College High School Senior Attackman Brett Baskin '17 was named the Philadelphia Catholic League Lacrosse Most Valuable Player on May 18th.

Baskin helped lead the Explorers to a perfect PCL Regular Season and the number one seed in the PCL Playoffs.

Baskin was joined by 15 teammates on the 2017 All-Catholic Lacrosse Team.

Follow LaSalle_Sports on Twitter for playoff action as the Explorers attempt to win their 21st Philadelphia Catholic League Championship.

Boys Lacrosse Playoffs
May 17 – First Round
May 19 – Semifinals
May 22 – Finals (@Plymouth Whitemarsh High School)

2017 Philadelphia Catholic League All-Catholic Lacrosse Selections


Goalie
Mike Clibanoff - First Team
Matt McLaren - Second Team

Face-Off
Anthony Giuliani - First Team

Long Stick Middle
Dan Jordon - First Team
Blake Rondeau - Third Team

Defensive Middle
Rob Roak - First Team

Defense
Joe Burnham - First Team
Luke Sabia - Second Team
Brett Mallee - Second Team

Attack
Brett Baskin - First Team (League MVP)
Matt Clibanoff - First Team
Chris Hladczuk - First Team

Midfield
Brendan Meagher - First Team
Joe Taylor - First Team
Ethan Lamond - First Team
Ethan Masucci - 2nd Team




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