Westminster’s Boys' Lacrosse program has a strong tradition of competition, commitment and character, supporting three competitive teams each spring. The First Team depends on player development from the highly competitive and instructional lower teams. The Martlets play on Hovey Field, a synthetic turf field in one of the most beautiful facilities in New England. In addition, Westminster’s hockey rink, Jackson rink, is turned into a state-of-the-art indoor turf field for the spring and summer months and was recently used by the U.S. Men’s National Indoor Lacrosse team for its final round of tryouts and scrimmages before the world championship tournament.
The success of the Westminster Boys' Lacrosse players is not limited to high school, as evidenced by the following achievements of Westminster alumni in college since 1980. Five players earned First Team All-America status: Charles Santry (St. Lawrence '83 & '84), Bryan Martin (Yale ’90), Doug Knight (Virginia '96 & '97), Peter Royer (Denison '01) and David Earl (Notre Dame '11). In that time, 38 Westminster lacrosse alumni have captained their college lacrosse teams, and there are currently 25 Westminster Lacrosse alumni playing in college.
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