Despite the loss of this spring’s high school lacrosse season due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tennessee Scholastic Lacrosse Association placed three Webb School of Knoxville players on its 2020 All-State team.
Meanwhile, one of those three has added to the program’s history.
Senior midfielder Luc Nadaud, junior long stick midfielder Joseph Reeves and junior attackman Sam Beall earned TSLA All-State honors, as voted on by league coaches.
Nadaud becomes the first Spartans player in the history of Webb’s lacrosse program to be named All-State four years in a row.
In addition, he earned this distinction playing three different positions: in 2017, short stick defensive midfielder; in 2018 and 2019, defenseman, before switching to midfielder as a senior.
“In my 17 years as a TSLA coach, I know of no other Tennessee lacrosse player to win All-State honors at three different positions,” Spartans lacrosse head coach Rico Silvera said.