By Chris Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 2/23/17
Seneca (NJ) 2018 attackman Ian Gray has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Monmouth University.
Ian Gray profile:
High school: Seneca High School (NJ)
Grad year: 2018
College committed to: Monmouth University
Club team: Duke’s L.C.
Lacrosse honors: NJ all state frosh/soph team 2 times; NJ Group 2 All State Team; All South Jersey Team; All Olympic Conference; Liberty Bell Showcase All Star Team; 99 points (as of sophomore year)
Academic Honors: National Honor Society, 3.85 GPA
Expected Major: Business
Outlook for 2017 HS Season: “I am very excited for the 2017 season. We are returning a good amount of talent and we look to make it to the Group final as we have in past years.”
Why did you choose Monmouth? “I chose Monmouth because of it’s wonderful location, academics, and coaching staff. Also, it is a program that is quickly on the rise.”
Thank Yous: “I would like to thank the Duke’s Lacrosse Club for all that they have done for me since freshman year, especially Coach Ebe and Coach Christmas. I would also like to thank my high school Coach, Rob Davidson. Lastly, I would like to thank my family, especially my parents for the support throughout the process.”
Others schools considered: Wagner, Lafayette, and Sacred Heart
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