By Chris Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 11/30/13
High school: Caesar Rodney High School, Camden, DE
Year of Graduation: 2014
College choice: Salisbury University
Club affiliation: Team 302
Lacrosse honors: US Lacrosse High School All-American, First Team-All State, First Team All-Henlopen Conference, Team Captain, Caesar Rodney Team MVP, Attended Nike Blue Chip, Top 205 Camp.
Academic honors: Academic Honor Roll, Caesar Rodney Academic Wall of Fame
Intended major: Information Systems Management
Why did you choose school? “I choose Salisbury University because I feel that it is a place where I can grow academically and athletically. I really liked the campus and the school size. Being able to compete on a team with a very strong tradition of winning under coach (Jim) Berkman will be awesome. Salisbury will give me many opportunities to be successful.”
Outlook for 2014 season: “This upcoming season I feel that we will have a very strong team all around with the potential to accomplish a lot. We have lost in the state finals for the past two years so I am exited to have another run at it. Our coaches have very high expectations of us and are pushing us to get better every day. I am looking forward to a very successful season.”
Thank You: “I would like to thank my parents for supporting me through the whole recruiting process and all the tournaments and camps. I would also like to thank one of my coaches, Pete Moran, for helping me develop into the player I am. Lastly I want to thank my strength coach Mike Georgules.”
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