Spring Sports Preview: Men’s Lacrosse 2023


Brian Murphy

The Jesuit Men’s Lacrosse team won state last year and look to capture another title in 2023.

In the spring of 2023, the Jesuit Men’s Lacrosse team are eagerly awaiting an exciting season where they will defend their title. After winning the state championship game against Lakeridge last spring, the Crusaders hope to have another strong season with the same outcome.

There is a promising group of athletes that make the team what it is today.

  • Starting with senior Jack Duncan-Bloom who is committed to continue his lacrosse career at Virginia Military Institute.
  • Jackson Nichols, who is committed to Middlebury College.
  • Gus Albright to play for Sewanee University.
  • Porter Malkiel is committed to Princeton University.
  • Christian Buck, who will play for Yale University.
  • Brady Smith to Hobart College.
  • Hudson Lewis to the University of Vermont.

To guide these players is the new head coach Mike Marcott, who will replace former coach Bill Gleason.

The Crusaders had an extremely successful season in 2022, winning every single game with the exception of their game against Sacred Heart in San Francisco, where they lost in overtime. The team hopes to continue this streak of success this spring.

Team Captain, Jack Duncan-Bloom, gives insight into his goals for the upcoming season.

“The goal is to enjoy my last season as a Crusader and to become better as a team, with the ultimate goal of winning the state championship,” Duncan-Bloom said.