As Chaminade looks to have another stellar lacrosse season in 2013, producing numerous Division I athletes, two have been singled out by sports site Max Preps as among the top 25 players in the country.
Junior midfielder Sam Bonafede and attacker Ryan Lukacovic will look to lead the Flyers to a championship this year on the field, and are among those top prospects of the Class of 2013.
The site describes Bonafede, “a Princeton-bound two-way speedster is a quick and shifty dodger who is adept at shooting on the run,” adding that:
Bonafede brings one of the top multi-dimensional midfield games in the country. His strong play between the lines and dodging ability as a lefty or righty makes him one of the most shifty and smart players out there.
Lukacovic, a senior, is another shifty player who can dodge from anywhere on the field, the University of Virginia commit comes from a lacrosse family steeped in tradition. His father played at UMass and his brother plays at Fairfield University. He is described as “one of the top attackers in the nation. His ability to dodge from all parts of the field is second to none. Lacrosse is in his veins, so it’s no surprise.”