By K.I. Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 8/24/13
Eastport South Manor (NY) rising senior attack-midfielder Matt Ragimierski has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Boston University.
Matt Ragimierski ledger:
High School: Eastport South Manor High School, Manorville, New York
Graduation Year: 2014
College Choice: Boston University
Club Affiliation: Team ESM
Major lacrosse honors: All-Division, All-County Honors
What will you major in/study? Undecided
Why did you choose BU? “I chose BU for the top notch academic reputation & location. I knew the 1st time I stepped on Nickerson field – Boston is where I wanted to play Lacrosse. I am grateful for the opportunity to play for Coach (Ryan) Polley, Coach (Drew) Kelleher & Coach (Justin) Domingos and be part of what promises to be a Championship program.”
Outlook for your High School team next season? “To win the State Championship in 2014!”
Thank You: “I would like to thank my High School coaches (Kevin Huff, Dan Luciano & Shaun Brogan), Coach Huff has helped me to develop & grow as player. I would also like to thank my teammates at ESM. 2014 will be our year!!
“Special thanks to Ken Miller (Everest Recruiting & LI Sting) who has help guide my family and I through the recruiting process. His involvement, guidance and knowledge helped make this possible.”
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