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Zack Sirico
Zack  Sirico


Sayville, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185


2015 (Sophomore): Was the Greyhounds’ primary point player on attack in his first year as a starter… Scored 11 goals and had 18 assists to go with 23 ground balls… Played in 14 games, starting 13… Missed the season-opener against Virginia (2/7) with an illness and did not start the following contest versus Penn State (2/14) due to limited practice time… Had an assist versus the Nittany Lions and scored his first goal of the season at Towson (2/18)… Posted two assists versus Holy Cross (2/21) and had four a week later against Lehigh (2/28)… Tallied a career-high eight points at Lafayette, scoring three times and dishing out five assists versus the Leopards (3/21)… His goal and assist totals in that game were also career-highs… Assisted on a pair of goals versus Navy (4/4) and then matched his career-best with three goals at Maryland (4/8)… Also had an assist versus the Terrapins… Scored twice in the Patriot League Championships against Army West Point (4/21).

2014 (Freshman): Saw action in 13 games on attack, and occasionally out of the midfield, for the Greyhounds in his first collegiate season... Made his debut against Towson and had an assist and three caused turnovers.

Before Loyola: Was a two-time USLacrosse and SCLCA All-American in 2012 and 2013 at Sayville High School... He helped the Flashes win the 2012 Suffolk County title, and over the last three years, he scored 240 points for Sayville (2013 - 23 goals, 63 assists; 2012 - 15 goals, 83 assists; 2011 - 25 goals, 31 assists)... Sirico was named to the All-County and All-Division teams as a junior and senior, as well... In club lacrosse, he played for Sayville and was a Top 205 All-Star... He was a standout on the Sayville football team, as well, helping Sayville to the Suffolk County title as a tailback in 2011 and quarterback in 2012... As a senior, he was an All-Long Island and All-County quarterback, and in 2011, he tied a record with six touchdowns and 40 total points in the Long Island Championship Game, earning Championship Game Most Valuable Player honors.





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