By K.I. Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 2/5/18
Loomis Chaffee School (CT) 2018 goalie Macon Jeffreys has committed to play Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association lacrosse at University of Toronto.
Macon Jeffreys profile:
High School: Loomis Chaffee School, Connecticut
Graduation Year: 2018
College Choice: University of Toronto
Club Team: CT Titans and CT Rip-It
Lacrosse Honors: “I coach for the CT Titans over the summer and work one-on-one with each of the goalies in special goalie clinics I run. Blue Chip 225.”
Academic Honors: Four years on the High Honors Roll, Departmental awards in Language, English, Science, and Theater, I work in the Loomis Chaffee Agricultural program over the summer.
Expected Major: Finance and Film Studies
Why did you choose Toronto? “I chose to attend the University of Toronto because of its academic prowess, strong lacrosse program, and central location in downtown Toronto. The big city has many opportunities that I can take advantage of while getting a world class education and continuing to play lacrosse competitively.”
HS team’s outlook for 2018 season? “The outlook on our upcoming season is pretty bright despite graduating our main midfield and attack core last year. Our coach did a great job recruiting in the off-season and brought on some young-guns that should give us a spark in the upcoming season.”
Thank You: “I would like to thank my parents and grandparents for always coming to watch me play as well as supporting me through the recruiting process. I would also like to thank all the coaches that have helped me along the way. Keith Werner, thank you for helping me develop as a player and a leader on and off the field. My time with the Titans has given me some great memories and I wouldn’t be where I am today without your help and support. Bill Lee, Loomis gave me the great opportunity to play lacrosse in one of the best high school leagues in the country and not only did you admit me into the school, but you believed in me gave me the tools to improve every aspect of my game, thank you.”
Other schools considered: “I considered a great number of NESCAC schools in my search for a place to play college lacrosse. In the end, the two schools that were most interested were Oberlin and University of Toronto. Toronto was a better locational and academic fit for me and that heavily influenced my decision.”
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