Six Darien players are boys lacrosse All-Americans; McGovern named Player of the Year (slideshow)
The Darien boys lacrosse team dominated the state’s All-Americans roll call this spring, as six Blue Wave players across the field earned the high honors.
As a conference, the FCIAC took 12 of the 16 All-American spots, with Darien representing half of the league’s total.
Senior co-captain Logan McGovern, an attacker, was named the Connecticut Player of the Year to lead the Wave honorees.
Also on attack, senior co-captain Brian Minicus earned an All-American nod.
Darien’s All-American midfielders are senior co-captain Blake Sommi and senior Jack Joyce, on defense is senior co-captain Andrew Darby, and at goalie is senior Sean Collins.
All six of those players, along with senior MF/FOGO Tanner Strub were also named to the All-State Class L First Team, with senior defenseman Matt Guld, and senior long stick middie Charlie Olsen earning spots on the All-State Second Team
Attack - Logan McGovern, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Attack - Brian Minicus, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Midfield - Jack Joyce, Darien, Sr.
Defense - Andrew Darby, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Short Stick Defensive Middie - Blake Sommi, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Goalie - Sean Collins, Darien, Sr.
Class L First Team
Logan McGovern, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Brian Minicus, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Jack Joyce, Darien, Sr.
Andrew Darby, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Short Stick Defensive Middie
Blake Sommi, Darien, Sr. Capt.
Sean Collins, Darien, Sr.
Tanner Strub, Darien, Sr.
Class L Second Team
Matt Gould, Darien, Sr.
Long Stick Middie
Charlie Olsen, Darien, Sr.