WEB EXCLUSIVE: Following are women's player participating in the final four this weekend at Lincoln Financial Field:

Matt Walters

Syracuse

Sophomore midfielder

High school: Haverford School

Skinny: During his senior season for the Fords, he led them to a 23-0 record, an Inter-Ac regular-season and tournament title, and a No. 1 national ranking. . . . All-State, All-Inter-Ac and All-Delco selection.

Matthew Lerman

Syracuse

Junior goalkeeper

High school: Episcopal Academy

Skinny: Ranked seventh-best goalie, and 81st overall prospect, in the Class of 2009. . . . U.S Lacrosse All-American, Two-time All-Inter-Ac selection, Team MVP and captain, three-sport athlete including football and cross country.

Bobby Tait

Syracuse

Freshman defenseman

High school: Germantown Academy

Skinny: Ranked 62d overall and 21st among defensemen in the class of 2011 by Inside Lacrosse. . . . Named to the 2011 U.S Lacrosse All-American team, Under Armour Underclassmen Philly team, Two-time All-Inter-Ac. . . . Two-sport athlete in lacrosse and hockey, team MVP for both, captain of the hockey team as a senior.

Joey Gigantiello

Denver

Freshman goalkeeper

High school: St. Augustine Prep

Skinny: All-time save leader at St. Augustine, All-State Non-Public Honorable Mention in 2010 and 2012, First-Team All-South Jersey in 2011-2012, ESPN Rise Top 25 Goalies.

Dan Wigrizer

Duke

Senior goalkeeper

High school: Haverford

Skinny: Started six games in his senior season with the Blue Devils, clocking over 200 minutes in the cage. Recorded 34 saves, second most on the team this season, and went a perfect 4-0 facing 131 shots in goal.

Tanner Scott

Duke

Sophomore midfielder

High school: Conestoga

Skinny: Played eight games in a Blue Devils jersey in 2013, scoring three goals in seven shots. Two-time All-Central League pick at Conestoga, All-Chester country, All-EPSLA, and All-Main Line first team accolades. . . . Three-year letterwinner in high school.

Will Haus

Duke

Sophomore midfielder

High school: Palmyra Area

Skinny: Haus played every game for the Blue Devils in 2013, recording seven goals on 21 shots and five assists for 12 points. Haus led all Duke first-year players with 27 ground balls and seven caused turnovers in 2012. . . . Was named to the All-ACC Academic Team honor roll, and ACC all-tournament team during his freshman season.

Brian Dailey

Duke

Sophomore long stick midfielder

High School: Conestoga

Skinny: Played all nineteen games for the Blue Devils at midfield, collecting 23 ground balls and forcing six turnovers. A three-year letterwinner at Conestoga, All-Central Player of the Year in 2011, and a 2010 and 2011 All-American honoree.

Jordan Wolf

Duke

Junior attack

High school: Lower Merion

Skinny: Main source of offense for the Blue Devils in 2013 while playing in every game this season and starting 17, team leader in goals, assists, and points. Is 15th in the country in goals scored per game this season. . . . Eighth Blue Devil in history to have three consecutive All-ACC honors, 2011-2013. . . . In 2012, USILA All-America second team, All-ACC, All-ACC academic team, ACC Academic honor roll.

Jaime Ikeda

Duke

Freshman defenseman

High school: Conestoga

Skinny: Played eight games for the Blue Devils this season, led Conestoga to three PIAA State titles (2010-2012). . . . U.S. Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American, team captain as a senior, All-Central League, first team All-Southeastern Pa. choice by The Inquirer.

Bill Conners

Duke

Senior defenseman

High school: Malvern Prep

Skinny: Started 18 games for the Blue Devils in 2013, collecting 39 ground balls and causing 10 turnovers for the squad. . . . All-ACC academic team and honor roll in 2012.

Henry Lobb

Duke

Junior defenseman

High school: Malvern Prep

Skinny: Started 16 games in a Blue Devils uniform in 2013, collecting 17 ground balls and causing seven turnovers. Two-year letterwinner at Malvern Prep, named first team all-state as a senior. . . . Also lettered in soccer and basketball.

Mike Bronzino

Cornell

Senior defenseman

High School: Conestoga

Skinny: Played 16 games for the 13th ranked defense in the country this season, starting one on defense, had eight ground balls and five caused turnovers. . . . All-Ivy honorable mention in 2011 as well as making it on the All-Ivy tournament team the same year.