Division-II State Champions
Record:  17 - 1

Head Coach:  Matt Triplet
Assistants:  Jared Gonzales, Ted Rector, Jack Tressoline, Anthony Pezzuti


  • The Stallions captured the program's first Regional and State Championship

  • JT Blubaugh and Anthony Ciammaichella were named US Lacrosse All-Americans

  • JT Blubaugh was named the Ohio Division-II Attack Player of the Year

  • Tyler McClary was named the Ohio Division-II Goalie Player of the Year

  • Matt Young was named the Ohio Division-II Defensive Player of the Year

  • Ross Wanner was named the Ohio Division-II Specialist of the Year

  • The season boasted record numbers, scoring 269 goals for an average of 14.94 goals per game; allowing only 85 goals, at 4.72 goals allowed per game

  • The top goal scorers:  Blubaugh (66), Marcus Dietz (59), Ciammaichella (54), Tim Doone (53),   

  • Jack Slomsky led the team with 33 assists

(12 - 1)

Bishop Fenwick, (W) 15 - 0
@ Gahanna Lincoln, (W) 17 - 5
Wellington School, (W) 16 - 1
@ Olentagy, (W) 11 - 7
@ Granville, (W) 11 - 4
Toledo St. Francis de Sales,  (W) 16 - 1
Westerville, (W) 19 - 2
New Albany, (W) 19 - 4
@ Olentangy Orange, (W) 15 - 4
Bishop Watterson, (W) 17 - 5
@ Westerville Central, (W) 17 - 4
@ St. Charles, (W) 9 - 5
@ Worthington Kilbourne, (L) 13 - 15



Regional Quarterfinal

vs. Granville, (W) 17 - 1

Regional Semifinal

vs. Bexley, (W) 19 - 5

Regional Final

vs. Roosevelt, (W) 21 - 9


State Semifinal 

@ Thomas Worthington High School
vs. Indian Hill, (W) 9 - 7

STATS:  JT Blubaugh (3 goals)

State Final

@ Thomas Worthington High School
vs. Rocky River, (W) 8 - 6

STATS:  Anthony Ciammaichella (3 goals)


First Team All-Ohio

JT Blubaugh - Attack
Anthony Ciammaichella - Midfielder
Tyler McClary - Goalkeeper
Ross Wanner - Midfielder
Matt Young - Defender

Second Team All-Ohio

Marcus Deitz
Patrick McGuire

First Team All-Region

JT Blubaugh
Anthony Ciammaichella
Marcus Dietz
Patrick McGuire
Tyler McClary
Ross Wanner
Matt Young

Honorable Mention All-Region

Matt Chadwick
Tim Doone


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The 2012 season was an amazing year in which the boys all came together as a family, united by a single shared vision. 2012 was a great senior class that came to DeSales with one goal and were led by a set of captains that comes along once in a coach's career, they showed what it means to be a family . When we lost JT (2 time Ohio attackman of the year and 2 time All-American) due to appendicitis right after winning the final four, they didn't panic about losing our top scorer but banded together as brothers to support him and bring the title home. One of the most amazing things about winning the title was actually off the field and represents what DeSales is all about. When the students rushed the field, I looked in the stands and saw the baseball team who had just won their State title only hours earlier wearing their medals. Their support and cheering on the lacrosse team after my boys cheered for the baseball team during their game, is something you don't see often…if ever. I texted coach Neubert congratulations on his title from the stands after watching him win, his response was the most motivating and genuine that you can't make up. "Thanks, now go get yours!". 

You don't see that anywhere else but DeSales…..Family

-Head Coach, Matt Triplet