Ryan Baker- Yorktown High School- Midfield
Tomas Rodriguez- Yorktown High School/ Trinity Pawling (N.Y.) School- Defense
A native of Yorktown Heights, N.Y., Rodriguez was a three-year varsity standout at the long-stick midfield position for Yorktown High School, capping off his career with a 2014 New York state championship. He was named All-Section during his junior and senior years and was a two-sport athlete, playing varsity soccer for two years. Rodriguez went to Trinity Pawling (N.Y.) School for a post-graduate year and was named First Team All-Western New England Honorable Mention.
Ian Junge- Sachem North High School- Defense
A native of Lake Ronkonkoma N.Y., Junge was named a 2015 Suffolk County All-Conference defenseman. He was also tabbed the Sachem North Defensive MVP for his efforts in 2015 along with being named captain for his senior campaign. Junge was a two-sport athlete at Sachem, also playing varsity basketball and intends to study physical therapy at UMBC.
Jason Brewster Valley Center High School- Defense
A native of San Diego, Calif., Brewster was a four-year varsity standout for Valley Center and was selected as the 2014 Valley League Player of the Year after his junior season. Jason has been a three-year varsity captain for the Jaguars and graduated with an outstanding 3.9 GPA.
Cooper Cuje- Rumson Fair Haven- Defense
Kennedy Solomon- J Serra High School- Defense
James Nagro- Westview High School- Midfield
Luke Ciccarone- Calvert Hall College High School- Midfield
Jack Andrews- St. Mary's High School- Midfield
Patrick Brennan- Chesapeake High School- Attack
Gunnar Schimoler- South River High School- Attack
Billy Nolan- Arundel High School- Attack/Midfield
Blake McDermott- South Carroll High School- Midfield
Patrick Clipp- Marriotts Ridge- Midfield
"We are pleased to welcome an outstanding group of student-athletes into the UMBC Lacrosse Class of 2019," said head coach Don Zimmerman. "We believe this group is a terrific blend of character and ability. Academically, these incoming freshmen are very strong which will serve them well as they begin the challenges that await them. When united with our 28 returners, we expect 2015-16 to be an exciting year for Retriever lacrosse!"