After becoming the first player from North Carolina to play for the prestigious Virginia program, Frank Price (Holly Springs class of 2010) ended his career this season by appearing in three of the Cavaliers’ games. Price helped the team win the 2011 NCAA title.
At Providence, freshmen Colin McKendry (Cardinal Gibbons 2013) and Evan Allen (Holly Springs 2013) played in a combined four games for the Friars.
Even though VMI struggled, going 2-12, Ben Huger (Cardinal Gibbons 2012) was solid as a sophomore, scoring 14 total points this past season.
Only a freshman, Danny Dorsett (Cardinal Gibbons 2013) played in 11 games for Furman, scoring two goals and three assists while grabbing 16 ground balls.
Noah Parson (Panther Creek 2012) contributed heavily to Vassar College (N.Y.) with 31 points, scoring on 34 percent of his shots. He started in nine contests.
Luke Sieber (Apex 2013) saw action in six games for Lynchburg (Va.) College.
At Hampden-Sydney (Va.), James Hughes (Middle Creek 2012) led the team in total points, scoring 34 goals and 13 assists as a junior. Teammate Jake Hargrove (Athens Drive 2013) played in two games.
At Guilford College, Nick Nesbitt (Athens Drive 2013) played in 13 games while John Padden (Athens Drive 2013) played in five and Daniel Hughey (Athens Drive 2012) started nine while adding 23 goals.
After having a great career at Holly Springs, Andrew Ruskey (Holly Springs 2013) played in two games for Catawba, recording one ground ball on the season.
Tyler Rogers (Apex 2012) played in eight games for Queens University of Charlotte. Patrick Allen (Cary 2012) played at Limestone (S.C.) College and saw action in four games overall.
Former Apex star Cawley Bromley (Apex 2011) appeared in 16 games, making three starts for Virginia Tech. She had 10 goals on the season and seven assists, as the Hokies went 7-10 overall. Former teammate Asia Moore (Apex 2011) started 18 games as the goalie for Jacksonville, saving 40 percent of the shots she faced.
Another former Cougar, Katie McLaughlin (Apex 2011) was a vital contributor for High Point’s defense this season while starting 19 games. Kristi Marks (Apex 2011) saw a big-time increase in playing time from her freshman year, playing in 16 games this past season in midfield for Robert Morris.
Katie Burnet (Apex 2012) had a huge year at Meredith, scoring 86 goals and adding 37 assists. She was named USA South conference player of the year and helped Meredith to a conference title and NCAA Division III Tournament berth. (Both accomplishments are school firsts.)
At Campbell, Hannah Lamb (Holly Springs 2012) played in five games and started one while Sarah Hoyek (Cary 2013) started 15 games as a freshman.
Former Green Hope star Maggie Auslander (Green Hope 2013) played in 17 games for North Carolina as a freshman. She scored two goals and won 13 draws.
At Lenior-Rhyne, Claire Wach (Panther Creek 2012) was second on her team in goals (42) and tied for first in assists (23). Sarah Gioconda (Apex 2011) started 14 games for the Bears and scored 14 goals.