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3 Ian Laviano
Ian  Laviano


Laurel Hollow, N.Y.

High School:
Cold Spring Harbor

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 175



UVA Sweeps ACC Player of the Week Honors

Laviano and Thompson honored for their play against then-No. 13 Loyola

• Listed as the No. 53 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Listed as the No. 15 attackman in the country by Inside Lacrosse

"Does anyone come to practice with more energy and excitement?  Or is anyone else firing the ball faster at teammates and expecting the same in return?  Ian has made a splash with our program in his first year on Grounds, playing with a startling amount of pizzazz.  Ian combines an astute lacrosse knowledge with exceptional hand and foot quickness.  His teammates are recognizing Ian’s abilities and they are enjoying being on his same line."

• Scored a school record 314 career points (179-135-314)
• Was a five-year varsity player that won 88 percent of his high school games (83-11)
• Five-year starter, four-time all-county
• All-American nominee in 2014
• Honorable mention All-American in 2015
• Scored 37 points as an 8th grader
• Scored 45 points as a freshman
• Scored 52 points as a sophomore
• Scored 82 points as a junior
• Scored 107 points as a senior
• NYS Championship Offensive MVP
• 2016 honorable mention All American
• 2017 Captain
• Nassau County Offensive MVP 2017
• Led Nassau County in goals and points
• All-American
• First-team All-Metro NY/NJ/CT
• First-team Newsday All-Long Island
• Nassau County Attackman of the Year
• 2017 Long Island Player of the Year
• Played ice hockey for two seasons
• 2017 sportsmanship award and 2017 coaches award (ice hockey)

• Son of John and Dawn Laviano



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