The first BostonLax All-American took place in 2013, at Harvard Stadium in Allston, Massachusetts. The game was the creation of the Boston Lax Staff, with the goal of combining the top talent from the MIAA and ISL together, on one field, for a spirited exhibition All-Star game.
The game also represents BostonLax’s opportunity to unite the Massachusetts lacrosse community in a fun and charitable night of lacrosse, as the game has raised and donated money to numerous local and national charities over the years.
We present this page in appreciation of the top stars, who have participated in our great game.
Game Write-Ups and Photos
Over the years the game has been a representative culmination of the Massachusetts High School lacrosse season. Here are some videos, articles, MVPs and notable alumni from the game’s history.
2015: BOSTONLAX ALL-AMERICAN GAME RECAP & PHOTOS
2016: ALL-AMERICAN GAME DOESN’T DISAPPOINT, TALENT SHINES ALL NIGHT
2017: 2017 BOSTON LAX ALL-AMERICAN GAME PROVIDES EXCITING FINISH
2018: 2018 BOSTON LAX ALL-AMERICAN GAME RECAP
2018 ALL-AMERICAN GAME VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS & PHOTO GALLERY
2019: 2019 BostonLax All-American Game: Lazzaro & French Power Team Surgeon to Win
2013: Nick Marrocco – Goalie – Duxbury
2014: T.J. Fitzell – Midfield – South Hadley
2015: Sean Lowrie – Attack/Midfield – Roxbury Latin
2016: Will Weitzel – Defense/LSM – Roxbury Latin
2017: Frankie Higgins – LSM/FO – Hingham & Jake Zablocki – FOGO – Shepherd’s Hill
2018: Patrick Daly – Attack – Tabor Academy
2019: Allyn French – Midfielder / Faceoff Midfielder – Dracut
Notable Alumni of Game
Nick Marrocco – Duxbury / Georgetown / MLL
Jay Drapeau – Westford Academy / Loyola / MLL
John Sexton – Lincoln-Sudbury / Notre Dame / PLL
Morgan Cheek – Nobles / Harvard / MLL
Will Weitzel – Roxbury Latin / Yale (NCAA Champion)
and many more……..