By K.I. Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 11/11/13
Boys’ Latin School of Maryland (MD) 2015 defenseman Dylan Gaines has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Denver.
Dylan Gaines ledger:
High School: Boys’ Latin School of Maryland
Graduation Year: 2015
College Choice: Denver
Club Affiliation: Baltimore Crabs
Lacrosse Honors: Varsity Lacrosse, Jake Reed Nike Blue Chip, Adrenaline Black Card Showcase
Academic Honors: Williams Scholar
What will you major in/study? Business or Psychology
Why did you choose Denver? “I chose Denver not only for the great lacrosse program, Coach (Bill) Tierney, and the rest of his coaching staff but for the school itself. Denver is strong academically and the school fits my personality very well making Denver a great fit for me not only from a lacrosse standpoint but socially and academically as well.”
Outlook for next season? “After falling short of a championship season last spring, our lacrosse team returns a strong core of players even after losing such a strong and talented group of seniors. With the core players we have returning we will look to make another run at the MIAA Championship.”
Thank You: “I would like to thank Coach Shriver and Coach Dubin along with the rest of the BL coaching staff who have coached me since middle school and helped me learn the game. In addition, I would like to thank Coach McClernan and Coach Kelly along with the rest of the Crabs coaches who have helped me along the way and shaped me into the player I am today.”
Other schools considered: Ohio State, Harvard
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