By K.I. Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 8/6/13
Avon Old Farms (CT) rising senior LSM-defenseman George Fay has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware.
George Fay ledger:
High School: Avon Old Farms School, Avon, Connecticut
Graduation Year: 2014
College Choice: University of Delaware
Club Affiliation: Top Gun Fighting Clams
Academic Honors: Avon Old Farms Honor Roll student
What will you major in/study? Undecided
Why did you choose Delaware? “My decision to commit to the University of Delaware was an easy one. Along with a great academics, Delaware has consistently been a contender to win the CAA which is important to me.
“Delaware was my last visit out of a long list, but I knew after my tour that this is where I wanted to be. I look forward to arriving on campus and working with my future teammates and coaches to win the CAA and get to the NCAA tournament.”
What are your thoughts on next season? “AOF will be very exciting to watch next year. We are bringing back most of our team and we have some impressive new talent coming in. I know my teammates want to win, so with hard work we will be a tough opponent next spring.”
Thank You: “First and foremost, I’d like to thank my parents. None of this would be possible without them. I’d like to thank my coaches and all my friends.”
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