2019 Summit Freshman Mens Lacrosse
Date Time Site Opponent Results (10-6) Reported by
Wednesday, Mar 27 4:30PM  Away Ramapo  Won 7-4 Dylan Sebastian led Summit with 4 goals as they defeated Ramapo 7-4. Summit fell behind 2-0 in the 1st quarter, before they charged back on a 7-0 run. Brian Parella, John Murray, and James Wattick also scored for the Hilltoppers. Wattick and Matt Erman dominated at faceoff “X” and Grant McCormack stopped 3 shots. Summits record is currently 1-0.
Saturday, Mar 30 11:00AM  Home Chatham Won 7-4 Summit defeated Chatham 7-4 behind 3 goals from Dylan Sebastian, 2 from John Murray, and one each from Colin Beatty and Brian Parella. Matt Erman had a dominant face off performance, while a stingy defense kept the Chatham attack at bay. Grant McCormack was credited with 5 saves. Summits record is currently 2-0
Tuesday, Apr 2 5:00PM  Away Bernards  Lost 6-5 Summit fell to Bernard’s 5-6. Dylan Sebastian led the way for Summit with 2 goals and 2 assists. Patrick Lumelleau, Will Kein, and John Murray also scored for Summit. The Hilltoppers were led defensively by Michael Sajer with 4 ground balls and Grant McCormack with 11 saves. Summits record is currently 2-1.
Thursday, Apr4 4:30PM Home Montclair Won 10-5 Summit defeated Montclair 10-5 at Tatlock Park. Dylan Sebastian led a balanced Summit attack with 3 goals and an assist. Colin Beatty, John Murray, Will Kein, Conor St. Amant, and James Wattick all scored as well. Michael Sajer, Rhett Grieco, and Jude Avelino anchored the defense in front of goalie Grant McCormack. McCormack finished with 9 saves on the afternoon. Summits record is currently 3-1.
Saturday, Apr 8 2:30PM  Home Bergen C.

Won 12-4 Summit won the first road game of the season, 12-4 against Bergen Catholic. John Murray and Dylan Sebastian led Summit with 3 goals apiece, while Colin Beatty, Brian Parella, Pat Lumelleau, and John Morant all scored for the Hilltoppers. Summit held a 5-4 lead with 7 seconds left in the first half before Will Kein buried a momentum swinging shot at the halftime horn to bring the score to 6-4. The Hilltoppers pitched a second half shutout behind tough defense from Jude Avelino, Jonty Hodges, and Taylor Christ. Summit was anchored in goal by Grant McCormack with 4 saves. Summits record is currently 4-1.

Thursay Apr 11 4:30PM  away Hunterdon Central

Lost 12-6Hunterdon Central:Summit suffered the second loss of their season 12-6 vs. Hunterdon Central. The Hilltoppers kept it close before halftime with stingy defense and strong offensive presence from Dylan Sebastian and Colin Beatty. Sebastian and Beatty each scored twice, while Pat Lumelleau and Christian Alvarez also scored for Summit. Summits record is currently 4-2.

 Saturday, Apr 13 11:00AM Away Chatham 

Won 6-3 Chatham:Summit defeated Chatham 6-3 to get back in the win column. Dylan Sebastian and Colin Beatty led the way with two goals each, while John Morano and John Murray found the back of the net as well. The Hilltoppers were especially efficient in man up situations, scoring twice. Grant McCormack anchored the defense with 9 saves. Summits record is currently 5-2.

Monday, Apr 15 4:30PM Home Bergen Catholic

Bergen Catholic:Summit defeated Bergen Catholic 9-5. The Hilltoppers got out to a fast start, building a 2-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. Bergen Catholic clawed back and by the middle of the 3rd quarter found themselves with a 5-4 lead. Summit persevered and pushed back even harder behind 4 goals from John Murray, 2 goals from Dylan Sebastian, and a goal apiece from Brian Parella and Pat Lumelleau. The defense was led by Rhet Grieco, Michael Sajer, and Jude Avelino. Summits record is currently 6-2.

 Wednesday, Apr 17 4:00PM  Home Westfield 

Won 4-3 Westfield:Summit defeated Westfield 4-3. The Hilltoppers raced out to an early 3-0 lead before Westfield broke through. Dylan Sebastian led Summit with 2 goals, who also saw great goals from Andy Lumelleau and John Murray. Rhet Grieco, Jordan Lowry, and Chris Magovern were stout defensively consistently snuffing out the Westfield attack. Grant McCormack finished the game with 6 saves. Summits record is currently 7-2.

 Saturday, Apr 20 10:00AM  Away Delbarton  Lost 9-5 Summit fell to Delbarton 9-5. The Hilltoppers jumped out to a quick 4-1 lead midway through the 2nd quarter before Delbarton found their groove offensively. Colin Beatty led the charge for Summit with 4 early goals. Dylan Sebastian added a goal right before the halftime horn to keep Summit ahead by a score of 5-4. The Hilltoppers were outscored 5-0 in the second half that saw much of the possession go to the Green Wave. Grant McCormack finished the game with 6 saves. Summits record is currently 7-3.
 Tuesday, Apr 23 4:30PM  home Seton Hall Preparatory 

Lost 8-2 Summit lost to Seton Hall Prep 8-2. The Hilltoppers won a stingy 1st quarter behind a goal from Dylan Sebastian and stellar team defense. Matt Erman and James Wattick were especially efficient at the faceoff “X”. By the half, Seton Hall Prep settled in offensively and had netted 5 goals to Summits 2. The Hilltoppers were shut out in the 2nd half for the 2nd straight game against a tough opponent. The final score was 8-2. Grant McCormack finished the game with 6 saves. Summits record is currently 7-4.

Thursday, Apr 25 Glen Rock

Won 14-0 Summit defeated Glen Rock 14-0. The Hilltoppers were lead by Dylan Sebastian with 5 goals. Brian Parella, Pat Lumelleau, Colin Beatty, John Murray, Conor St. Amant, and Andy Lumelleau also scored in a balanced team effort. Jonty Hodges and Jordan Lowry led the defense in front of Grant McCormack’s 2 saves. Summits record is currently 8-4.

Saturday, Apr 27 Don Bosco Prep

Lost 9-7 Summit lost to Don Bosco Prep 7-9. The Ironmen jumped out to a 5-1 lead after the first quarter which proved insurmountable for the Hilltoppers. Colin Beatty and Dylan Sebastian each scored twice in a valiant comeback effort that fell just short. Will O’Connell finished the game with 8 saves. Summits record is currently 8-5

 Monday, Apr 29 4:30PM  Away Randolph

Won 12-0 Summit completed its 7 game homestand with an impressive 12-0 win over Randolph. The Hilltoppers were able to jump out to a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter behind goals from Pat Lumelleau, Dylan Sebastian, Brian Parella, Colin Beatty, James Wattick, Chris Magovern, and John Morano. Rhett Grieco, Michael Sajer, and Jude Avelino led the defense while Grant McCormack and Will O’Connell kept a clean sheet in goal. Summits record is 9-5.

Wednesday May 1 4:30 Home Bridgewater-Raritan

Won 11- 4 Summit defeated Bridgewater 11-4. Dylan Sebastian led the Hilltoppers with 4 goals, which also saw Christian Alvarez and Pat Lumelleau score twice, and Chris Magovern, Colin Beatty, and Andy Lumelleau score once. Rhett Grieco and Michael Sajer led the way defensively for Summit with 6 combined ground balls. Will O’Connell and Grant McCormack combined to finish with 6 saves. Summits record is currently 10-5.

Saturday, May 4 TBD  Away Don Bosco


Summit was defeated by Don Bosco Prep 13-5. The Hilltoppers took control of the first 5 minutes, opening up a 2-0 lead with goals from John Murray and James Wattick. Don Bosco then scored 10 unanswered to our the game away. Dylan Sebastian finished with 2 goals in the second half and Duke Darcy scored as well. Grant McCormack and Will O’Connell combined for 14 saves. Summits record is currently 10-6.

Monday, May 6 4:30PM  Away Ridgewood 
Wednesday, May 8 4:30PM Home Ridgewood
 Saturday, May 11 10:00AM  Away Moorestown