Dan played 3 years of college lacrosse for University of Virginia & started in 6 games as a freshman.
• Listed as the No. 8 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Listed as the No. 1 incoming goalie in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Under Armour All-American
• Under Armour Underclassmen All-American
• MSG varsity Tri-State first team honoree
• Tallied a 4.3 goals against average and made 125 saves in 2012
• Helped lead Garden City to the 2012 New York State championship
• Named the state championship defensive MVP in 2012
• Inside Lacrosse ranked him as the No. 24 rising senior
• A 2011 Under Armour All-Star
• Nassau County Goalie of the Year in 2011
Rockville Center native, played lacrosse for Chaminade High School in Mineola. He was a key member of Chaminade's 2013 NSCHSAA State AAA Championship team and achieved. NSCHSAA All-League honors. During Jack’s college years, he played for Loyola and led the defense in ground balls and turnovers. As a senior he was named to 76th Annual USILA/Nike North-South Senior All-Star Game as a member of the South Team. Jack in currently playing in the MLL on the Long Island Lizards.
Robert Mirabile Jr.
Rob started playing lacrosse in Pre-K, for the New Hyde Park PAL. He went on to play for several club teams including Lighthouse Lacrosse, LI-Park Lacrosse, District Select, and finishing up with LI (Checkmate) Sharks. While at NHP Memorial High School, Rob was a 3-Year Varsity starter, where he played attack and back-up Goalie. He was NHP’s predominant shooter. While a natural righty, Rob played on his left side as his shot percentage was nearly the same both right and left handed. Rob is NHP’s in All-Time, Single Season Goal Scorer with a career high of 72 and also led NHP in assist’s during his senior season. While in high school he received All-Conference Honors. Recruited for both football and lacrosse, Rob chose to be a laxer and now plays for Division-2 Adelphi University.
Joe Demarco played lacrosse for Massapequa High School as a top midfielder and face-off expert.In his two-year varsity career at Massapequa, DeMarco won 82 percent of his faceoff attempts — including a 91 percent clip to go with 235 ground balls his senior year — and captained the Chiefs as they coasted to an appearance in the Long Island Championship game last year. During his college years, Joe played at D1 Syracuse Orange Men and was part of one of the best faceoff squads in college lacrosse.
Brian began his lacrosse career in 2nd Grade playing for the New Hyde Park PAL. He went on to play for several club teams including Lighthouse Lacrosse, LI-Park Lacrosse, NYC Bombers, District Select, and finishing up with LI (Checkmate) Sharks. While at NHP Memorial High School, Brian was a 3-Year Varsity starter, where he played Midfield and took most Face-Offs. Brian leads NHP in All-Time Face-Off win percentage. While in high school he received both All-Conference and All-County Honors, also being selected for the Brine National Team. While Brian was heavily recruited to play Division-1, he chose to stay close to home and now plays for Division-2 New York Institute of Technology and he is considered among the best Face-Off Specialists in the Northeast Region.