Two members of the 2009 Maryland men's
lacrosse recruiting class have been named to Newsday's 48th Annual All-
Long Island football team. Michael Erhardt, a wide receiver from
Chaminade, and Greg D'Arienzo a defensive back from Carey High School,
were among 11 signees that will arrive in College Park in August.
MICHAEL EHRHARDT Chaminade, Wide Receiver Senior, 6-4, 210 pounds
The big wideout was the focal point in the Flyers' passing
attack. He had 64 catches for 852 yards and eight TDs this season,
averaging 13.2 yards per catch. He finishes with 106 career receptions
for 1,404 yards and 14 TDs for his two-year varsity career.
GREG D'ARIENZO Carey, Defensive Back Senior, 6-2, 185 pounds
The versatile threat picked up 27 TDs while lining up at running
back, quarterback, receiver, defensive back and kick returner. He
saved his best for last, scoring three TDs against Garden City, the
first three the Trojans had allowed all year, in a 21-19 semifinal
loss to the eventual Long Island Champions.