By K.I. Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 8/16/13
Massapequa (NY) rising junior attackman Griffin Konen has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Binghamton University.
Griffin Konen ledger:
High School: Massapequa High School, Massapequa, New York
Graduation Year: 2015
College Choice: Binghamton University
Club Affiliation: South Shore Ballers
Major lacrosse honors, camps and showcases: Brine National Lacrosse Championship (Team Long Island North), Maverik Showtime Recruiting Spotlight
What will you major in/study? Pre Med
Why did you choose Binghamton? “The whole package that Binghamton had to offer was unbeatable. From their incredible academic standing to the lacrosse program, seemed like the perfect fit. Coach (Scott) Nelson and Coach (Matt) Francis also made me feel very comfortable there. I love their approach to coaching.”
Outlook for your High School team next season? “Our goal is to get back to the Long Island Championship next year and win. I certainly believe that we have the talent to do so with our returning seniors and our younger guys.”
Thank You: “I’d like to thank my whole family for their support throughout the whole process as well as the entire coaching staff at Massapequa High School. I’d also like to thank Paul Carcaterra for helping me since I was just a little kid at his No Limit Camp in Greenvale.”
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