Boy's Committed Players

Boy's Committed Players

360° of Commitment: 3d Lacrosse Helps You Advance Your Lacrosse Journey

Beginning with 14 committed players in 2009 (3d Lacrosse’s first year of operation), we have been dedicated to matching motivated players with appropriate college experiences from both an academic and athletic perspective. Player advocacy continues to be a primary company goal and most players will find a lacrosse home during their search, resulting in a placement that combines their athletic abilities with their academic interests and achievements.

3d Lacrosse understands the changing recruiting landscape, continues to build productive relationships with college coaches nationwide and will help you and your family with a 360-degree view of how to move from high school and club play onto college rosters. As of 2015, more than a dozen 3d Lacrosse executives and coaches have participated as college recruiters, scouts or evaluators, providing 3d Lacrosse with advanced knowledge about how to develop recruitment-friendly candidates. We work with each player and family individually to set goals, evaluate options and present choices as they arise.

Each year, 3d Lacrosse announces its committed players as the year progresses and with great anticipation and pride as we know that each one embarked on a journey unique to the individual, understanding that there are many paths towards a higher education. Below you will find information about the bulk of our early commits: names, pending college enrollment, position, 3d Lacrosse region and more. Please know that we are here to support your efforts toward getting onto this list.

3d Lacrosse also offers players an unprecedented number of college exposure opportunities, including those created by 3d Lacrosse such as 3d Blue Chip Camps, Division III Showcases and tournaments like The Denver Shootout and Riptide at Oceanside. Select teams also travel to other well-regarded events and tournaments nationally throughout the year. As your family’s commitment to the game of lacrosse grows, please let us know how we can help your son or daughter advance their own lacrosse journey.

2021

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Cody Hart
'21
Virginia
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lakeridge High School
Hometown:
Lake Oswego, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Hayden Donley
'21
Lehigh
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lincoln-Sudbury
Hometown:
Sudbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Henry Blake - 3dNorCal21 - G - Brewster Academy - Ross, CA - Ohio State University.jpg
Henry Blake
'21
The Ohio State University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Brewster Academy
Hometown:
Ross, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Jack Jozwiak - 3dMD21 - Att - Urbana High - Ijamsville, MD - Delaware.jpg
Jack Jozwiak
'21
Delaware
Position:
Attack
High School:
Urbana High School
Hometown:
Ijamsville, MD
3d Region:
Maryland
Q&A
Jason Jozwiak - 3dMD21 - Att - Urbana High School - Ijamesville, MD - Delaware.jpg
Jason Jozwiak
'21
Delaware
Position:
Attack
High School:
Urbana High School
Hometown:
Ijamsville, MD
3d Region:
Maryland
Q&A
Joe Dowling - 3dNE21 - Att - Deerfield - Greenwich, CT - Harvard.jpg
Joe Dowling
'21
Ivy
Position:
Attack
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Greenwich, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Kevin McCarthy - 3dNE21 - Def - Pingree School - Peabody, MA - Syracuse.jpg
Kyle McCarthy
'21
Syracuse
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Peabody, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Matis Cole - 3DNE21 - Mid - Deerfield -Milton, MA  - Michigan.jpg
Matis Cole
'21
Michigan
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Milton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Richard O'Halloran
'21
Bucknell
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Taft
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Tommy Stull - 3dNE21 - Def - Deerfield - Niantic, CT - Richmond.jpg
Tommy Stull
'21
Richmond
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Niantic, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

2020

Aiden Philie - 3dNE20 - Def - Deerfield - Sandwich, MA - Bowdoin.jpg
Aiden Philie
'20
Bowdoin
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Sandwich, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Alex Bean
'20
Loyola
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Sacred Heart Prep
Hometown:
Palo Alto, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Alex Straugh
'20
Swathmore College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
San Ramon Valley
Hometown:
Alamo, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Amiri Austin - 3dGA20 - Mid - Allatoona High - Acworth, GA - Cleveland State.jpg
Amiri Austin
'20
Cleveland State
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Allatoona High School
Hometown:
Acworth, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Ashton Howlett
'20
Alfred
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Brockport
Hometown:
Brockport, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
Ben Bradshaw - 3dTX20 - Mid - Memorial High - Houston, TX Colorado College.jpg
Ben Bradshaw
'20
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Memorial High School
Hometown:
Houston, TX
3d Region:
Texas
Q&A
Ben Buroker - 3dBears20 - Mid - Moses Brown School - Providence, RI - Ohio Weslyan.jpg
Ben Buroker
'20
Ohio Wesleyan
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Moses Brown
Hometown:
Providence, RI
3d Region:
Rhode Island Bears
Q&A
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Ben Hull
'20
Michigan
Position:
Attack
High School:
Kennesaw Mountain HS
Hometown:
Marietta, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Ben Hutchinson
'20
Saint Lawrence
Position:
Attack
High School:
Holderness
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Brecken Catalano
'20
Allegheny
Position:
Goalie
High School:
PIttsford
Hometown:
Pittsford, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
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Cam Germain
'20
St. Bonaventure University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Victor High School
Hometown:
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
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Cameron Kewley
'20
Hobart
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Blue Ridge School
Hometown:
West Roxbury
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Carter Straugh - 3dNorCal20 - Attack - SRV - Alamo, CA - Swathmore.JPG
Carter Straugh
'20
Swathmore College
Position:
Attack
High School:
San Ramon Valley
Hometown:
Alamo, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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CC Jeffers
'20
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Kinkaid School
Hometown:
Houston, TX
3d Region:
Texas
Q&A
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Charlie Weitzel
'20
Yale
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Roxbury Latin
Hometown:
Newton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Chase Ladrido
'20
Johns Hopkins
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Bishop's School
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I felt it was the right fit and also because of the rich history and great academics. Go Hop!

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Stay humble and don’t rush into things.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The kids and the friendships I’ve made with guys all over the Country at 3d Pacific and 3d National events.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The up-tempo practices

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

I couldn’t live without my family because they help and support me through everything.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Teleport – so I could get places faster.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always put my left cleat and my left glove on first.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

London

10. What is your favorite food?

Grilled Salmon with a side of mashed potatoes

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Kobe Bryant

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Drake

13. What is the last book you read?

“They Poured Fire on Us in the Sky” by Alephonsion Deng

14. What is your favorite quote?

Family over everything.

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents are my biggest influence.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I felt it was the right fit and also because of the rich history and great academics. Go Hop!

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Stay humble and don’t rush into things.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The kids and the friendships I’ve made with guys all over the Country at 3d Pacific and 3d National events.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The up-tempo practices

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

I couldn’t live without my family because they help and support me through everything.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Teleport – so I could get places faster.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always put my left cleat and my left glove on first.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

London

10. What is your favorite food?

Grilled Salmon with a side of mashed potatoes

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Kobe Bryant

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Drake

13. What is the last book you read?

“They Poured Fire on Us in the Sky” by Alephonsion Deng

14. What is your favorite quote?

Family over everything.

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents are my biggest influence.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I felt it was the right fit and also because of the rich history and great academics. Go Hop!

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Stay humble and don’t rush into things.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The kids and the friendships I’ve made with guys all over the Country at 3d Pacific and 3d National events.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The up-tempo practices

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

I couldn’t live without my family because they help and support me through everything.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Teleport – so I could get places faster.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always put my left cleat and my left glove on first.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

London

10. What is your favorite food?

Grilled Salmon with a side of mashed potatoes

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Kobe Bryant

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Drake

13. What is the last book you read?

“They Poured Fire on Us in the Sky” by Alephonsion Deng

14. What is your favorite quote?

Family over everything.

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents are my biggest influence.

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Chriss Morse
'20
Hamilton
Position:
Attack
High School:
Andover Academy
Hometown:
Beverly, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Ck Giancola
'20
Wesleyan
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Trinity Pawling
Hometown:
Canton, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Colby Cala
'20
St. Leo
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Hamilton Wenham
Hometown:
Wenham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Cole Nye
'20
Middlebury College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Middlesex
Hometown:
Weston, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Connor Depiero
'20
Holy Cross
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Medfield High School
Hometown:
Medfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Connor Park - 3dTX20 - Mid - Chantilly High - Chantilly, VA - Union.jpg
Connor Park
'20
Union
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Chantilly High School
Hometown:
Chantilly, VA
3d Region:
Texas
Q&A
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Connor Thornton
'20
Rollins College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
PIttsford
Hometown:
Pittsford, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
Damien Schmidt - 3dTri20 - Def - Wilton High School - Wilton, CT - Stevenson.jpg
Damien Schmidt
'20
Stevenson
Position:
High School:
Wilton High School
Hometown:
Wilton, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
Daniel Cain - 3dTX20 - G - Wando High School - Mt. Pleasent, SC -  Roanoke.jpg
Daniel Cain
'20
Roanoke
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Wando High School
Hometown:
Mt Pleasant, SC
3d Region:
Texas
Q&A
David Lifson - 3dNE 20 - Dexter Southfield - Col College.jpg
David Lifson
'20
Colorado College
Position:
High School:
Dexter-Southfield
Hometown:
Sudbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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David Taylor Jr.
'20
Babson
Position:
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Winchester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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David Traywick
'20
Queens University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Hometown:
Birmingham, Alabama
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Declan Maguire
'20
Colorado College
Position:
Attack
High School:
St. Sebastian
Hometown:
Hingham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Eddie Gigliotti - 3dUP20 - Att - Corning High - Painted Post, NY - Mt. Saint Mary's.jpg
Eddie Gigliotti
'20
Mount St Mary's
Position:
Attack
High School:
Corning High School
Hometown:
Painted Post, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
Eli Morin - 3dGA20 - Att - Kennesaw Mountian HS - Kennesaw, GA - Queens University.jpg
Eli Morin
'20
Queens University of Charlotte
Position:
Attack
High School:
Kennesaw Mountain High School
Hometown:
Kennesaw, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
Ethan Bankowski - 3dOR20 - Def - Portland, OR - Conn College.jpg
Ethan Bankowski
'20
Connecticut College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Oregon Episcopal School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Ethan Loun - 3dOR20 - Att - West Linn High - West Linn, OR - Le Moyne.jpg
Ethan Loun
'20
Le Moyne
Position:
Attack
High School:
West Linn High School
Hometown:
West Linn, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Everett Easterby - 3dTX20 - Def - Kinkaid School - Houston, TX - Middlebury.jpg
Everett Easterby
'20
Middlebury
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
The Kinkaid School
Hometown:
Houston, TX
3d Region:
Texas
Q&A
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Graham Blake
'20
Harvard
Position:
Attack
High School:
Marin Catholic
Hometown:
Ross, CA
3d Region:
Colorado
Northern California
Q&A
Greyson Stevens - 3dGA20 - Att - Mt Pisgah High School - Alpharetta, GA - Alabama Huntsville.jpg
Greyson Stevens
'20
Alabama - Huntsville
Position:
Attack
High School:
Mt. Pisgah High School
Hometown:
Alpharetta, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
Griffen Agawa - 3dNorCal20 - Mid - California High - San Ramon Valley, CA  - Grove City.jpg
Griffen Agawa
'20
Grove City
Position:
Midfield
High School:
California High School
Hometown:
San Ramon Valley, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Henry Bonnie - 3dNorCal20 - Att - Deerfield - San Francisco - Dartmouth.JPG
Henry Bonnie
'20
Dartmouth
Position:
Attack
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
San Francisco, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Henry Cabot.jpg
Henry Cabot
'20
Connecticut College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Ipswitch, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Henry Quantinance
'20
Bucknell
Position:
Attack
High School:
Berkshire
Hometown:
Lake Placid, NY
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Hutton Murdoch - 3dNES20 - Att - Clayton HS - St Louis, MO - Roanoke College.jpg
Hutton Murdoch
'20
Roanoke College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Clayton High School
Hometown:
St. Louis, MO
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Jack Chace
'20
Denison
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
North Andover High School
Hometown:
North Andover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Jack Savage - 3dOR20 - Midfield - Lake Oswego - Lakeridge HS -  Syracuse.JPG
Jack Savage
'20
Syracuse
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Lakeridge High School
Hometown:
Lake Oswego, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Jack Savarese - 3dTS20 - Att - Wilton, CT - Wilton High - Stevens Tech.jpg
Jack Savarese
'20
Stevens Tech
Position:
Attack
High School:
Wilton High School
Hometown:
Wilton, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Jack Whitney
'20
Michigan
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Berkshire School
Hometown:
3d Region:
Houston
Q&A
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Jacob Rimkus
'20
Aurora
Position:
Attack
High School:
Rock Canyon
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Jake Mabardy
'20
Union
Position:
Attack
High School:
Winchester High School
Hometown:
Winchester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Jed Cappuccino - 3dTX20 - Mid - Westwood High - Westwood, MA - Scranton.jpg
Jed Cappuccino
'20
Scranton
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Westwood High
Hometown:
Westwood, MA
3d Region:
Dallas
Q&A
Jimmy Stifler - 3dFL20 - Att - Berkeley Prep - Tampa, FL - Swathmore College.jpg
Jimmy Stifler
'20
Swathmore College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Berkeley Prep
Hometown:
Tampa, FL
3d Region:
Florida
Q&A
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Joey Waldbaum
'20
Tufts
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Kent Denver
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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John Adams
'20
High Point
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Cherry Creek High School
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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John Crehan
'20
UMass
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Manchester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jonas Hunter
'20
Vermont
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Lake Oswego HS
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Kevin Talbot
'20
Wesleyan
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Williston Northampton
Hometown:
East Hampton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Kyle Sledzik
'20
Emerson
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Brewster Academy
Hometown:
Ponte Vidra, FL
3d Region:
Florida
Q&A
Liam Copp - 3dNE20 - Def - New Hampton - Duxbury, MA - Conn College.jpg
Liam Copp
'20
Connecticut College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
New Hampton
Hometown:
Duxbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Liam Enneguess
'20
Stevenson University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Falmouth High School
Hometown:
Falmouth, MA
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Mack Hicklin
'20
St. Anselm
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Minnechaug
Hometown:
Welbraham, MA
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Marquez White
'20
Syracuse
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Poway HS
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Matt Hemmert
'20
Roanoke
Position:
Attack
High School:
Braintree High School
Hometown:
Braintree, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Matt Peoples
'20
Union
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Salisbury School
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Matt Rubino
'20
Air Force Academy
Position:
Attack
High School:
The Loomis Chaffee School
Hometown:
Madison, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Max Citrano
'20
North Greenville University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Johns Creek High School
Hometown:
Johns Creek, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Michael Toohey
'20
The Cumberlands
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Chattahoochee High School
Hometown:
Johns Creek, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Nate Kay
'20
Denison
Position:
Attack
High School:
Colorado Academy
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Nick Ingemni
'20
Connecticut College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Governors Academy
Hometown:
Melrose, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Nico Campana
'20
Swarthmore
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Rivers School
Hometown:
Weyland, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Noah Brooks
'20
Colby College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Williston Northampton
Hometown:
East Hampton, MA
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Noah Robb
'20
Bowdoin
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St Mark's
Hometown:
Wenham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Nolan Zusi - 3dNES20 - Deerfield - Leeds, MA - Colby.jpg
Nolan Zusi
'20
Colby
Position:
Attack
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Leeds, MA
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Ollie Bernstein
'20
Bowdoin
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Nobles & Greenough
Hometown:
Brookline, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Pace Billings - 3dCO20 - Def - Kent Denver - Cherry Hills - Princeton.JPG
Pace Billings
'20
Princeton
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Kent Denver
Hometown:
Cherry Hills Village, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Patrick Duffy - 3dOR20 - goalie - Jesuit - Portland - Syracuse.JPG
Patrick Duffy
'20
Syracuse
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Jesuit
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Paul Chandler - 3dCO20 - Goalie - Colorado Academy - Denver, CO - College of Wooster.jpg
Paul Chandler
'20
College of Wooster
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Colorado Academy
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Peter Steinle - 3dNES 20 - Att - Loomis Chaffee - West Hartford, CT Middlebury.JPG
Peter Steinle
'20
Middlebury College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Loomis Chaffee
Hometown:
West Hartford, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
Phil Gisler - 3dNES20 - Att - Boise High School - Boise, ID - Colorado College.jpg
Phil Gisler
'20
Colorado College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Boise High School
Hometown:
Boise, ID
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
Quinn Bowler - 3dUP20 - Att - Corning, NY - Corning High - Manhattan College.JPG
Quinn Bowler
'20
Manhattan College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Corning High School
Hometown:
Corning, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
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Quinton Mather
'20
Gettysburg College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Avon, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
Reid Ursey - 3dGA20 - Att - North Paulding High School - Dallas, GA - Maryville.jpg
Reid Ursey
'20
Maryville
Position:
Attack
High School:
North Paulding High School
Hometown:
Dallas, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
Roman LaRocco - 3dMA20 - Att - Linganore HS - New Market, MD - Navy.jpg
Roman LaRocco
'20
Navy
Position:
Attack
High School:
Linganore High School
Hometown:
New Market, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Ryan Young - 3dNorCal20 - Att - Menlo Park - Lafeyette.JPG
Ryan Young
'20
Lafeyette
Position:
Attack
High School:
Menlo School
Hometown:
Menlo Park, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Sam Fekete - 3dNES20 - Att - Cheshire, CT - AOF - Dickinson.JPG
Sam Fekete
'20
Dickinson
Position:
Attack
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Cheshire, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
Sam Maciel - 3dBears20 - Mid - La Salle Academy - Providence, RI - Assumption.jpg
Sam Maciel
'20
Assumption
Position:
Midfield
High School:
LaSalle Academy
Hometown:
Providence, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Sam Millie - 3dFL20 - Def - Out of Door Academy - Sarasota, FL - Haverford.jpg
Sam Millie
'20
Haverford
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Out Of Door Academy
Hometown:
Sarasota, FL
3d Region:
Florida
Q&A
Sean Kennedy - 3dTX20 - Att - Memorial High School - Houston, TX - Roanoke.jpg
Sean Kennedy
'20
Roanoke
Position:
Attack
High School:
Memorial High School
Hometown:
Houston, TX
3d Region:
Texas
Q&A
Seth Grottenthaler - 3dUP20 - Mid - Corning High - Corning, NY - RIT.jpg
Seth Grottenthaler
'20
RIT
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Corning High School
Hometown:
Corning, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
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Seth Hogue
'20
Jacksonville University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Corning High School
Hometown:
Painted Post, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
Shea Newell - 3dUP20 - Mid - Victor High - Victor, NY - Mercyhurst.jpg
Shea Newell
'20
Mercyhurst
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Victor High
Hometown:
Victor, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
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Spencer Beakey
'20
Trinity College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Dexter-Southfield
Hometown:
Dedham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Tanner Soudan - 3DUP20 - Def - Fairport High - Umass.jpg
Tanner Soudan
'20
UMass
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Fairport High School
Hometown:
Fairport, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
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Teagan Bultman
'20
Brown
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
Tim Landis - 3dNES20 - Att - King School - New Canaan, CT - CT College.jpg
Tim Landis
'20
Connecticut College
Position:
Attack
High School:
King School
Hometown:
New Canaan, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
Tommy Marcoon - 3dNE 20 - Attack - Wando High Schol Air Force.JPG
Tommy Marcoon
'20
Air Force
Position:
Attack
High School:
Wando High School
Hometown:
Mt Pleasant, SC
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Trevor Douglas
'20
Furman
Position:
Attack
High School:
Arapahoe High School
Hometown:
Centennial, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Ty McHerron - 3dNE20 - Att  Ballston Lake High School - Burnt Hills, NY - St John Fisher.jpg
Ty McHerron
'20
St. John Fisher
Position:
Attack
High School:
Ballston Lake High School
Hometown:
Burnt Hills, NY
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Tyler Delancelotti - 3dOR20 - Att - New Hampton - Lake Oswego, OR - Salisbury.jpg
Tyler Delancellotti
'20
Salisbury
Position:
Attack
High School:
New Hampton
Hometown:
Lake Oswego, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Wes Gierkink
'20
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Dexter-Southfield
Hometown:
Lexington, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Will Vincent.jpg
Will Vincent
'20
Holy Cross
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Dexter-Southfield
Hometown:
Brookline, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Zach Boyatzies - 3dUP20 - Att - Hilton High School - Ontario, NY - Mercyhurst University.jpg
Zach Boyatzies
'20
Mercyhurst University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Hilton High School
Hometown:
Ontario, NY
3d Region:
Upstate
Q&A
Zach Hojnowski - 3dNES20 - Midfield - Somers High Schoo, Somers, CT - Endicott.JPG
Zach Hojnowski
'20
Endicott College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Somers High School
Hometown:
Somers, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A

2019

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Abe Harris
'19
Bates College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Oregon Episcopal School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Alder Viton
'19
Colby College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Greens Farms Academy
Hometown:
Greenwich, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Alex Slusher
'19
Princeton
Position:
High School:
Oregon Episcopal
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Austin Philie.jpg
Austin Philie
'19
Bowdoin
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Sandwich, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Bear Lockshin
'19
Princeton
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Cardigan Mountain School
Hometown:
Los Angeles, CA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Beaudan Szuluk
'19
Lafayette
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Delray Beach, FL
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Beckham Bayreuther
'19
Lafayette
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Cardigan Mountain School
Hometown:
Canaan, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Ben Gill - 3dNE19 - Mid - Brooks - West Newburry, MA - UMass Lowell.jpg
Ben Gill
'19
UMass Lowell
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Brooks
Hometown:
West Newbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Bobby Macleod
'19
Bates College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Pomfret School
Hometown:
Medfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Brogan Balasubramani
'19
Rhodes College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Catlin Gabel School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Caiden Rast
'19
Florida Tech
Position:
Attack
High School:
Carlsbad High School
Hometown:
Carlsbad, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
Caleb Daly - 3dNES19 - FOGO - Glastonbury, CT - East Catholic - Ursinus College.jpg
Caleb Daly
'19
Ursinus College
Position:
FOGO
High School:
East Catholic
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Camden Kennedy
'19
Connecticut College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Governors Academy
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Carson Spooner
'19
Sacred Heart University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Hometown:
Dove Canyon, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Carter Castillo
'19
UMass
Position:
Attack
High School:
New Hampton
Hometown:
Wrentham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Charlie Bragg
'19
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Kent Denver
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Charlie Ferrucci - 3dNESouth19 - Mid - Pomfret - Essex, CT - Trinity.jpg
Charlie Ferrucci
'19
Trinity
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Pomfret School
Hometown:
Essex, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Charlie Nowell
'19
University of Hartford
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Winchester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Chris Consoli - 3dNES19 - Att - Glastonbury HS - Glastonbruy, CT Scranton University.jpg
Chris Consoli
'19
Scranton University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Glastonbury High
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Christiaan Bosse
'19
Tufts
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Rivers School
Hometown:
Dover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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CJ Baroni
'19
Bucknell
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Governor's Academy
Hometown:
Portmouth, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Cole Johnson - 3dNES19 - Def - Conard - West Hartford, CT - Hamilton.jpg
Cole Johnson
'19
Hamilton
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Conard
Hometown:
West Hartford, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Colin O'Connor
'19
Towson
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
La Costa Canyon
Hometown:
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
Cullen Young.jpg
Cullen Young
'19
Providence
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Maynard, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Daniel Huh
'19
Gordon College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Jesuit High School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
David Kasper - 3dNES19 - Mid - RHAM - Hebron, CT - Western New England.JPG
David Kasper
'19
Western New England
Position:
Midfield
High School:
RHAM High School
Hometown:
Hebron, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Diego Balderas
'19
Whittier College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Sheldon High School
Hometown:
Eugene, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Dom Carter
'19
Rutgers
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Kimball Union
Hometown:
Middleborough, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Drew Leahy
'19
Holy Cross
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. John's Prep
Hometown:
Portsmouth, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Elek Vrklan
'19
Wagner College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Carlsbad High School
Hometown:
Carlsbad, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Eli Butler
'19
Wagner
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Eric Civetti
'19
Rutgers
Position:
Attack
High School:
Franklin High School
Hometown:
Franklin, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Evan Wayno
'19
Marquette University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Jesuit High School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Garrett Gagnon - 3dNES19 - G - Glastonbury, CT - RPI.jpg
Garrett Gagnon
'19
RPI
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Glastonbury High
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Gavin Girardin
'19
Nazareth College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Williston Northampton
Hometown:
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Geraint Shaw
'19
Saint Leo University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Allatoona
Hometown:
Acworth, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Griphen Jolly
'19
Colorado Mesa University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Monarch High School
Hometown:
Broomfield, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Harrison Berke
'19
Johns Hopkins
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Johnson High School
Hometown:
San Antonio, TX
3d Region:
Dallas
Q&A
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Hartley Jordan
'19
Richmond
Position:
Midfield
High School:
St. Christopher's
Hometown:
Richmond, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
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Henry Schibli
'19
Saint Lawrence
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Hamilton Wenham
Hometown:
Wenham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Hugh Callahan.jpg
Hugh Callahan
'19
Trinity College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Wellesley High School
Hometown:
Wellesley, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Ian Murray
'19
Princeton
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Brunswick School
Hometown:
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Jack Haims
'19
Colorado College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Trinity Pawling
Hometown:
Bronxeville, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Jack McFarlane
'19
Cornell
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Mountain Vista HS
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Jack Oberg
'19
Hamilton College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Kent Denver
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Jack Pacheco
'19
Wesleyan
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Milton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jack Schulz
'19
Colorado College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Choate Rosemary Hall
Hometown:
Stamford, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Jack Wood
'19
Syracuse
Position:
Attack
High School:
Duxbury
Hometown:
N/A
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Brown University mainly because of the fast-paced offense. I also fell in love with the school, coaching staff and the fact that it was close to home. Overall, Brown University seemed to be the best combination of academics and lacrosse.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

My greatest piece of advice for others in the recruiting process is to find the school that’s right for you. If that means making a T-chart, or a pro’s and con’s list, then make one. Also, don’t be afraid to ask the coaching staff questions. They are very nice and helpful, and will help you get in front of the coaches you want to be seen by. Lastly, be patient. The schools will come to you. Just ride the course.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The best thing about 3d lacrosse is the coaching style. Every practice and game, the coaches get at it and make the players work hard. It is high-tempo and everyone is always smiling.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

My favorite part of 3d training is practicing pick and slip drills. I think these drills help each player develop new ways to beat their defenders and give themselves an edge on the competition.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject in school is math. I like working out problems with unknown variables.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

One think I could not live without is my family. Without them, dreams and opportunities would not be possible.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

I would like to have super strength. This would enable me to be stronger than everyone else.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Before every game, I like to have a quick-toss with my dad, which helps me get warm before a game. I also like to stay hydrated, drinking lots of water during the week before a big game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

My favorite vacation spot is the Atlantis. It is very hot and there is always something to do there.

10. What is your favorite food?

My favorite food is a chipotle burrito. Double white rice, no beans, double steak and cheese (I keep it simple).

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

My favorite athlete is Tom Brady. He is a perfectionist and works hard every day.

12. Who is your favorite musician?

My favorite musician is Kenny Chesney. His music is smooth and keeps me calm.

13. What is the last book you read?

The last book I read was The Art of Racing in the Rain. It was a good story about a Golden Retriever dog, which is what kind of dog I have.

14. What is your favorite quote?

My favorite quote is, “Look in the mirror… That’s your greatest competition” by Eric Thomas.

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My greatest influence has been my dad. Since I was young, we did everything together and seeing him happy makes me happy. Without him, I would not be where I am today.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Brown University mainly because of the fast-paced offense. I also fell in love with the school, coaching staff and the fact that it was close to home. Overall, Brown University seemed to be the best combination of academics and lacrosse.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

My greatest piece of advice for others in the recruiting process is to find the school that’s right for you. If that means making a T-chart, or a pro’s and con’s list, then make one. Also, don’t be afraid to ask the coaching staff questions. They are very nice and helpful, and will help you get in front of the coaches you want to be seen by. Lastly, be patient. The schools will come to you. Just ride the course.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The best thing about 3d lacrosse is the coaching style. Every practice and game, the coaches get at it and make the players work hard. It is high-tempo and everyone is always smiling.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

My favorite part of 3d training is practicing pick and slip drills. I think these drills help each player develop new ways to beat their defenders and give themselves an edge on the competition.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject in school is math. I like working out problems with unknown variables.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

One think I could not live without is my family. Without them, dreams and opportunities would not be possible.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

I would like to have super strength. This would enable me to be stronger than everyone else.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Before every game, I like to have a quick-toss with my dad, which helps me get warm before a game. I also like to stay hydrated, drinking lots of water during the week before a big game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

My favorite vacation spot is the Atlantis. It is very hot and there is always something to do there.

10. What is your favorite food?

My favorite food is a chipotle burrito. Double white rice, no beans, double steak and cheese (I keep it simple).

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

My favorite athlete is Tom Brady. He is a perfectionist and works hard every day.

12. Who is your favorite musician?

My favorite musician is Kenny Chesney. His music is smooth and keeps me calm.

13. What is the last book you read?

The last book I read was The Art of Racing in the Rain. It was a good story about a Golden Retriever dog, which is what kind of dog I have.

14. What is your favorite quote?

My favorite quote is, “Look in the mirror… That’s your greatest competition” by Eric Thomas.

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My greatest influence has been my dad. Since I was young, we did everything together and seeing him happy makes me happy. Without him, I would not be where I am today.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Brown University mainly because of the fast-paced offense. I also fell in love with the school, coaching staff and the fact that it was close to home. Overall, Brown University seemed to be the best combination of academics and lacrosse.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

My greatest piece of advice for others in the recruiting process is to find the school that’s right for you. If that means making a T-chart, or a pro’s and con’s list, then make one. Also, don’t be afraid to ask the coaching staff questions. They are very nice and helpful, and will help you get in front of the coaches you want to be seen by. Lastly, be patient. The schools will come to you. Just ride the course.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The best thing about 3d lacrosse is the coaching style. Every practice and game, the coaches get at it and make the players work hard. It is high-tempo and everyone is always smiling.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

My favorite part of 3d training is practicing pick and slip drills. I think these drills help each player develop new ways to beat their defenders and give themselves an edge on the competition.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject in school is math. I like working out problems with unknown variables.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

One think I could not live without is my family. Without them, dreams and opportunities would not be possible.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

I would like to have super strength. This would enable me to be stronger than everyone else.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Before every game, I like to have a quick-toss with my dad, which helps me get warm before a game. I also like to stay hydrated, drinking lots of water during the week before a big game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

My favorite vacation spot is the Atlantis. It is very hot and there is always something to do there.

10. What is your favorite food?

My favorite food is a chipotle burrito. Double white rice, no beans, double steak and cheese (I keep it simple).

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

My favorite athlete is Tom Brady. He is a perfectionist and works hard every day.

12. Who is your favorite musician?

My favorite musician is Kenny Chesney. His music is smooth and keeps me calm.

13. What is the last book you read?

The last book I read was The Art of Racing in the Rain. It was a good story about a Golden Retriever dog, which is what kind of dog I have.

14. What is your favorite quote?

My favorite quote is, “Look in the mirror… That’s your greatest competition” by Eric Thomas.

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My greatest influence has been my dad. Since I was young, we did everything together and seeing him happy makes me happy. Without him, I would not be where I am today.

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Jackson Whitlock
'19
Le Moyne College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Wilbraham and Monson Academy
Hometown:
Belchertown, MA
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Jacob Moniz
'19
Assumption College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Prout School
Hometown:
Saunderstown, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jacob Smelstor
'19
Ithaca College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Norwood High School
Hometown:
Norwood, Massachusetts
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Jake Dolcimascolo
'19
UMass Lowell
Position:
Attack
High School:
Georgetown
Hometown:
Georgetown, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jake Dulac
'19
UMass
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
New Hampton
Hometown:
Lebanon, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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James McCoy
'19
Hartford
Position:
Midfield
High School:
East Lyme High School
Hometown:
East Lyme, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jared Rainville
'19
Connecticut College
Position:
Attack
High School:
The Gunnery
Hometown:
Watertown, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Joey Ford
'19
Rutgers
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Williston Northampton
Hometown:
East Longmeadow, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Rutgers University because when I visited the campus and met the coaches I knew it was the right fit for me.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Some helpful tips I would pass along to other athletes would be to make sure that the college is the right fit for you. The connection with the coaching staff should be a big part of your decision. Most importantly to not rush and enjoy the experience.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The thing I like best about 3d lacrosse is the coaching staff and how focused they are on helping each player improve. 3d competes against some of the best programs in the country.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The drills teach me to be creative and improve my skills. Everything we do in training we translate to a game.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without my family, they have taught me to be the person I am today and have pushed me in so many ways.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I had to choose one super power, I would choose super-strength to improve my athletic ability.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? My pregame rituals are to call my dad, listen to music and eat watermelon sour patch kids.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Martha’s Vineyard
10. What is your favorite food? My Noni Lauretta’s homemade meatballs.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite Athlete is Floyd Mayweather Jr.
12. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is J. Cole
13. What is the last book you read? The Odyssey
14. What is your favorite quote? “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence is definitely my father because he has always challenged me to be the best person and athlete I can be.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Rutgers University because when I visited the campus and met the coaches I knew it was the right fit for me.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Some helpful tips I would pass along to other athletes would be to make sure that the college is the right fit for you. The connection with the coaching staff should be a big part of your decision. Most importantly to not rush and enjoy the experience.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The thing I like best about 3d lacrosse is the coaching staff and how focused they are on helping each player improve. 3d competes against some of the best programs in the country.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The drills teach me to be creative and improve my skills. Everything we do in training we translate to a game.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without my family, they have taught me to be the person I am today and have pushed me in so many ways.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I had to choose one super power, I would choose super-strength to improve my athletic ability.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? My pregame rituals are to call my dad, listen to music and eat watermelon sour patch kids.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Martha’s Vineyard
10. What is your favorite food? My Noni Lauretta’s homemade meatballs.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite Athlete is Floyd Mayweather Jr.
12. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is J. Cole
13. What is the last book you read? The Odyssey
14. What is your favorite quote? “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence is definitely my father because he has always challenged me to be the best person and athlete I can be.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Rutgers University because when I visited the campus and met the coaches I knew it was the right fit for me.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Some helpful tips I would pass along to other athletes would be to make sure that the college is the right fit for you. The connection with the coaching staff should be a big part of your decision. Most importantly to not rush and enjoy the experience.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The thing I like best about 3d lacrosse is the coaching staff and how focused they are on helping each player improve. 3d competes against some of the best programs in the country.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The drills teach me to be creative and improve my skills. Everything we do in training we translate to a game.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without my family, they have taught me to be the person I am today and have pushed me in so many ways.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I had to choose one super power, I would choose super-strength to improve my athletic ability.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? My pregame rituals are to call my dad, listen to music and eat watermelon sour patch kids.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Martha’s Vineyard
10. What is your favorite food? My Noni Lauretta’s homemade meatballs.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite Athlete is Floyd Mayweather Jr.
12. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is J. Cole
13. What is the last book you read? The Odyssey
14. What is your favorite quote? “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence is definitely my father because he has always challenged me to be the best person and athlete I can be.

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John Kendall
'19
Ithaca College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Wilbraham Munson
Hometown:
Wilbraham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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John Wright
'19
Delaware
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Hometown:
Keene, NH
3d Region:
National
Q&A
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Justin Hazard
'19
Wesleyan University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Glastonbury
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Kennan DeRaeve
'19
Marist
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Lake Oswego High School
Hometown:
Lake Oswego, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Lars Swensen
'19
Syracuse
Position:
Attack
High School:
Duxbury
Hometown:
Duxbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Leo Pimentel
'19
Wagner College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Westview
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Luca Lietti
'19
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
San Marcos
Hometown:
San Marcos, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Lukas Adams
'19
Manhattan
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Del Norte
Hometown:
San Diego
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Luke Moriarty
'19
Princeton
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Governor's Academy
Hometown:
North Andover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1.Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Princeton University because of the high level of lacrosse combined with the outstanding academics. I also fell in love with the campus and area around Princeton.

2.After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Some advice I would give is to take your time and find the place that really is the most special to you. Look at things outside of lacrosse that you enjoy about the university.

3.What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The best part of 3d is the comradery of the players and how everyone pushes everyone to play their best no matter what. The coaching is high quality and perfection is demanded, even in practice.

4.What was your favorite part of 3d training?

My favorite part of 3d training is doing fast break drills. I enjoy fast paced play and the drills 3d run are really fun and competitive.

5.What is your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject in school is History.

6.Name one thing that you could not live without.

I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.

7.If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?

If I could have one superpower it would be the power to fly. I would want this ability because I could travel anywhere whenever I would want to.

8.What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always eat Gummy Bears before a game.

9.What is your favorite vacation spot?

My grandmother’s house in Phoenix, AZ.

10. What is your favorite food?

My favorite food is Chicken Cacciatore

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tom Brady

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Future

13. What is the last book you read?

The Kite Runner

14. What is your favorite quote?

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” - Vince Lombardi

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My father has been my biggest influence in my life. He taught me how to be competitive and gritty. Those are two qualities that were necessary to get me where I am today.

Q&A

1.Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Princeton University because of the high level of lacrosse combined with the outstanding academics. I also fell in love with the campus and area around Princeton.

2.After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Some advice I would give is to take your time and find the place that really is the most special to you. Look at things outside of lacrosse that you enjoy about the university.

3.What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The best part of 3d is the comradery of the players and how everyone pushes everyone to play their best no matter what. The coaching is high quality and perfection is demanded, even in practice.

4.What was your favorite part of 3d training?

My favorite part of 3d training is doing fast break drills. I enjoy fast paced play and the drills 3d run are really fun and competitive.

5.What is your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject in school is History.

6.Name one thing that you could not live without.

I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.

7.If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?

If I could have one superpower it would be the power to fly. I would want this ability because I could travel anywhere whenever I would want to.

8.What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always eat Gummy Bears before a game.

9.What is your favorite vacation spot?

My grandmother’s house in Phoenix, AZ.

10. What is your favorite food?

My favorite food is Chicken Cacciatore

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tom Brady

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Future

13. What is the last book you read?

The Kite Runner

14. What is your favorite quote?

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” - Vince Lombardi

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My father has been my biggest influence in my life. He taught me how to be competitive and gritty. Those are two qualities that were necessary to get me where I am today.

1.Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Princeton University because of the high level of lacrosse combined with the outstanding academics. I also fell in love with the campus and area around Princeton.

2.After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Some advice I would give is to take your time and find the place that really is the most special to you. Look at things outside of lacrosse that you enjoy about the university.

3.What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The best part of 3d is the comradery of the players and how everyone pushes everyone to play their best no matter what. The coaching is high quality and perfection is demanded, even in practice.

4.What was your favorite part of 3d training?

My favorite part of 3d training is doing fast break drills. I enjoy fast paced play and the drills 3d run are really fun and competitive.

5.What is your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject in school is History.

6.Name one thing that you could not live without.

I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.

7.If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?

If I could have one superpower it would be the power to fly. I would want this ability because I could travel anywhere whenever I would want to.

8.What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always eat Gummy Bears before a game.

9.What is your favorite vacation spot?

My grandmother’s house in Phoenix, AZ.

10. What is your favorite food?

My favorite food is Chicken Cacciatore

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tom Brady

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Future

13. What is the last book you read?

The Kite Runner

14. What is your favorite quote?

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” - Vince Lombardi

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My father has been my biggest influence in my life. He taught me how to be competitive and gritty. Those are two qualities that were necessary to get me where I am today.

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Luke Welch
'19
Marquette
Position:
Attack
High School:
Del Norte High School
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
 I felt Marquette was a great fit for me because of their coaches and players, the lacrosse program, the University’s academic excellence & Jesuit experience and the mid-west location.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
 Play hard in every single game – you never know who might be watching. Attend prospect camps at schools you’re interested in and spend some of your summer on the east coast playing in tournaments and events.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
 Relationships with the coaches and players. The mix of field and box. The National and Pacific teams.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
 Just spending time with other players from SD and around the country. I’ve made a lot of friends with other 3D players from across the country.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
 Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
 Probably my family and friends

7. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
 I don’t really have any. I just go out and play.

8. What is your favorite vacation spot?
 Hawaii

9. What is your favorite food?
 Chicken Wings

10. Who is your favorite athlete?
 LeBron James

11. What is your favorite quote?
 You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take – Wayne Gretzky

12. Who has been your biggest influence?

My family and my coaches

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
 I felt Marquette was a great fit for me because of their coaches and players, the lacrosse program, the University’s academic excellence & Jesuit experience and the mid-west location.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
 Play hard in every single game – you never know who might be watching. Attend prospect camps at schools you’re interested in and spend some of your summer on the east coast playing in tournaments and events.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
 Relationships with the coaches and players. The mix of field and box. The National and Pacific teams.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
 Just spending time with other players from SD and around the country. I’ve made a lot of friends with other 3D players from across the country.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
 Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
 Probably my family and friends

7. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
 I don’t really have any. I just go out and play.

8. What is your favorite vacation spot?
 Hawaii

9. What is your favorite food?
 Chicken Wings

10. Who is your favorite athlete?
 LeBron James

11. What is your favorite quote?
 You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take – Wayne Gretzky

12. Who has been your biggest influence?

My family and my coaches

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
 I felt Marquette was a great fit for me because of their coaches and players, the lacrosse program, the University’s academic excellence & Jesuit experience and the mid-west location.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
 Play hard in every single game – you never know who might be watching. Attend prospect camps at schools you’re interested in and spend some of your summer on the east coast playing in tournaments and events.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
 Relationships with the coaches and players. The mix of field and box. The National and Pacific teams.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
 Just spending time with other players from SD and around the country. I’ve made a lot of friends with other 3D players from across the country.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
 Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
 Probably my family and friends

7. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
 I don’t really have any. I just go out and play.

8. What is your favorite vacation spot?
 Hawaii

9. What is your favorite food?
 Chicken Wings

10. Who is your favorite athlete?
 LeBron James

11. What is your favorite quote?
 You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take – Wayne Gretzky

12. Who has been your biggest influence?

My family and my coaches

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Macgregor Peterson
'19
UPenn
Position:
Attack
High School:
The Taft School
Hometown:
S. Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Macklin Fitzpatrick
'19
Lafayette
Position:
Attack
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Dover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Mark Hand
'19
North Carolina
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Briarwood Christian School
Hometown:
Vestavia, AL
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose North Carolina because it feels like home. I had a real connection to Coach Breschi, and he was extremely nice and gracious to my parents and I when we were up there. The campus is really nice, and it reminds me a lot of Alabama where I am from. They were really interested in me for how I play on the field, as well as how I acted off the field. It is very important to me that the coaches care about their players, not just as an athlete. I came very close to choosing Maryland for similar reasons.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Do not go out and play to impress coaches. Go out and play to compete and be a great teammate, then they will notice you. Anyone who is selfish to impress will almost never interest coaches. They are interested in good teammates not players who hog the ball.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the top notch-level training and coaching I get from 3d. It has really helped me get a lot better as a player.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of 3d training is the high rep drills. Everything is done with a sense of urgency, and it has really helped my game develop.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
I have two, math and history. I like math because I really enjoy problem solving, and history because I love to learn about the past civilizations like Greece and Rome

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
God, without him nothing that has happened to me or any of us would be possible.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would want a super intellect. I would be so smart I could just learn how to give myself the rest of the super powers.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I never eat a meal before any game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
I love the lake because there are so many different things available to do.

10. What is your favorite food?
I love toasted sandwiches with hot sauce.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Probably either JJ Watt or Luke Kuechly because they are so dominant at what they do, while still being great guys off the field.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
As of right now I am really into the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

13. What is the last book you read?
Delivering Happiness, it is a book about the extremely successful CEO of Zappos.

14. What is your favorite quote?
“It’s not about how hard you get hit, it’s about how hard you can get and keep moving forward.”- Rocky

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My dad, he has really shown me how to be a man of God. Everything he does is for the Lord, and he has shown me the work ethic I need to succeed in life. My dad has pushed me early in life to be great at lacrosse, and lacrosse is just a microcosm of life, with the ups and downs, work needed to be great, and passion for what you do.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose North Carolina because it feels like home. I had a real connection to Coach Breschi, and he was extremely nice and gracious to my parents and I when we were up there. The campus is really nice, and it reminds me a lot of Alabama where I am from. They were really interested in me for how I play on the field, as well as how I acted off the field. It is very important to me that the coaches care about their players, not just as an athlete. I came very close to choosing Maryland for similar reasons.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Do not go out and play to impress coaches. Go out and play to compete and be a great teammate, then they will notice you. Anyone who is selfish to impress will almost never interest coaches. They are interested in good teammates not players who hog the ball.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the top notch-level training and coaching I get from 3d. It has really helped me get a lot better as a player.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of 3d training is the high rep drills. Everything is done with a sense of urgency, and it has really helped my game develop.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
I have two, math and history. I like math because I really enjoy problem solving, and history because I love to learn about the past civilizations like Greece and Rome

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
God, without him nothing that has happened to me or any of us would be possible.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would want a super intellect. I would be so smart I could just learn how to give myself the rest of the super powers.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I never eat a meal before any game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
I love the lake because there are so many different things available to do.

10. What is your favorite food?
I love toasted sandwiches with hot sauce.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Probably either JJ Watt or Luke Kuechly because they are so dominant at what they do, while still being great guys off the field.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
As of right now I am really into the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

13. What is the last book you read?
Delivering Happiness, it is a book about the extremely successful CEO of Zappos.

14. What is your favorite quote?
“It’s not about how hard you get hit, it’s about how hard you can get and keep moving forward.”- Rocky

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My dad, he has really shown me how to be a man of God. Everything he does is for the Lord, and he has shown me the work ethic I need to succeed in life. My dad has pushed me early in life to be great at lacrosse, and lacrosse is just a microcosm of life, with the ups and downs, work needed to be great, and passion for what you do.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose North Carolina because it feels like home. I had a real connection to Coach Breschi, and he was extremely nice and gracious to my parents and I when we were up there. The campus is really nice, and it reminds me a lot of Alabama where I am from. They were really interested in me for how I play on the field, as well as how I acted off the field. It is very important to me that the coaches care about their players, not just as an athlete. I came very close to choosing Maryland for similar reasons.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Do not go out and play to impress coaches. Go out and play to compete and be a great teammate, then they will notice you. Anyone who is selfish to impress will almost never interest coaches. They are interested in good teammates not players who hog the ball.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the top notch-level training and coaching I get from 3d. It has really helped me get a lot better as a player.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of 3d training is the high rep drills. Everything is done with a sense of urgency, and it has really helped my game develop.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
I have two, math and history. I like math because I really enjoy problem solving, and history because I love to learn about the past civilizations like Greece and Rome

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
God, without him nothing that has happened to me or any of us would be possible.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would want a super intellect. I would be so smart I could just learn how to give myself the rest of the super powers.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I never eat a meal before any game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
I love the lake because there are so many different things available to do.

10. What is your favorite food?
I love toasted sandwiches with hot sauce.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Probably either JJ Watt or Luke Kuechly because they are so dominant at what they do, while still being great guys off the field.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
As of right now I am really into the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

13. What is the last book you read?
Delivering Happiness, it is a book about the extremely successful CEO of Zappos.

14. What is your favorite quote?
“It’s not about how hard you get hit, it’s about how hard you can get and keep moving forward.”- Rocky

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My dad, he has really shown me how to be a man of God. Everything he does is for the Lord, and he has shown me the work ethic I need to succeed in life. My dad has pushed me early in life to be great at lacrosse, and lacrosse is just a microcosm of life, with the ups and downs, work needed to be great, and passion for what you do.

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Matt Narewski
'19
Johns Hopkins
Position:
FOGO
High School:
New Hampton School
Hometown:
Wrentham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Johns Hopkins because I love the lacrosse culture at the school and how important the sport of lacrosse is to the school along with how prestigious the Hopkins is.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Some advice I would give to someone about the recruiting process is to play as hard as they can on every shift they get because you never know who is at your game.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the style the 3D plays and they are not afraid to try new things.

4. What was your favorite part about 3d training?
I like the uptempo practice and how everyone is involved in every drill.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is chemistry or math.

6. Name one thing you could not live without.
I could not live without being able to go fishing.

7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?
I would want to be able to teleport so I don't have to deal with long car rides.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always wear two different socks on game day and during the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
I like to go to upstate New York and go fishing for vacations.

10. What is your favorite food?
Rob Gronkowski is my favorite athlete.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite food is Chinese food or gummy worms.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Zachary Brown Band is my favorite band.

13. What is the last book you read?
The last book I read was The Great Gatsby.

14. What is your favorite quote?
“Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can't”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My parents have been my biggest influence because they always encourage me to follow my athletic passions.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Johns Hopkins because I love the lacrosse culture at the school and how important the sport of lacrosse is to the school along with how prestigious the Hopkins is.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Some advice I would give to someone about the recruiting process is to play as hard as they can on every shift they get because you never know who is at your game.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the style the 3D plays and they are not afraid to try new things.

4. What was your favorite part about 3d training?
I like the uptempo practice and how everyone is involved in every drill.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is chemistry or math.

6. Name one thing you could not live without.
I could not live without being able to go fishing.

7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?
I would want to be able to teleport so I don't have to deal with long car rides.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always wear two different socks on game day and during the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
I like to go to upstate New York and go fishing for vacations.

10. What is your favorite food?
Rob Gronkowski is my favorite athlete.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite food is Chinese food or gummy worms.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Zachary Brown Band is my favorite band.

13. What is the last book you read?
The last book I read was The Great Gatsby.

14. What is your favorite quote?
“Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can't”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My parents have been my biggest influence because they always encourage me to follow my athletic passions.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Johns Hopkins because I love the lacrosse culture at the school and how important the sport of lacrosse is to the school along with how prestigious the Hopkins is.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Some advice I would give to someone about the recruiting process is to play as hard as they can on every shift they get because you never know who is at your game.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the style the 3D plays and they are not afraid to try new things.

4. What was your favorite part about 3d training?
I like the uptempo practice and how everyone is involved in every drill.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is chemistry or math.

6. Name one thing you could not live without.
I could not live without being able to go fishing.

7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?
I would want to be able to teleport so I don't have to deal with long car rides.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always wear two different socks on game day and during the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
I like to go to upstate New York and go fishing for vacations.

10. What is your favorite food?
Rob Gronkowski is my favorite athlete.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite food is Chinese food or gummy worms.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Zachary Brown Band is my favorite band.

13. What is the last book you read?
The last book I read was The Great Gatsby.

14. What is your favorite quote?
“Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can't”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My parents have been my biggest influence because they always encourage me to follow my athletic passions.

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Matt Pinckney
'19
Skidmore
Position:
Attack
High School:
Cushing Academy
Hometown:
West Hartford, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Max Kane
'19
Air Force
Position:
Midfield
High School:
South Forsyth HS
Hometown:
Cumming, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Max Streng
'19
Merrimack College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Masconomet High School
Hometown:
Middleton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Michael Shakerin
'19
St. Ambrose University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lake Oswego HS
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Miles Lipton
'19
Boston University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Waynflete School
Hometown:
Cumberland, ME
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Nick Consoli
'19
Scranton University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Glastonbury High
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Nick Whittal
'19
UMBC
Position:
Attack
High School:
Murrieta Mesa
Hometown:
Murrieta, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Owen Murphy
'19
Johns Hopkins
Position:
Attack
High School:
Medfield High School
Hometown:
Medfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Pat O'Connor
'19
Ithaca College
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Wilbraham and Monson Academy
Hometown:
Hampden, MA
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Patrick Moore
'19
Lynchburg University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Briarwood Christian
Hometown:
Birmingham, AL
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Patrick Morrison
'19
Boston University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Franklin HS
Hometown:
Franklin, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Not only did I just love the school in general, but the academic support along with the competitiveness to even get into the school, it really made me feel at home

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Take your time, everyone's recruiting process is different

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

Just the way they put you in game situations at practices and how they push you to be the best player you are capable of being

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Just the overall grind, being out there with your friends and getting better

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

Phone

7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?

To fly and because I love to travel and I would to see the world

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Always listen to my warmup songs and always get good stretch in

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Caribbean

10. What is your favorite food?

Orange Chicken

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tom Brady

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Future

13. What is the last book you read?

Frankenstein(SCHOOL RELATED)

14. What is your favorite quote?

“It ain't a mixtape until someone's ankles get broken”-Isiah Thomas

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Not only did I just love the school in general, but the academic support along with the competitiveness to even get into the school, it really made me feel at home

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Take your time, everyone's recruiting process is different

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

Just the way they put you in game situations at practices and how they push you to be the best player you are capable of being

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Just the overall grind, being out there with your friends and getting better

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

Phone

7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?

To fly and because I love to travel and I would to see the world

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Always listen to my warmup songs and always get good stretch in

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Caribbean

10. What is your favorite food?

Orange Chicken

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tom Brady

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Future

13. What is the last book you read?

Frankenstein(SCHOOL RELATED)

14. What is your favorite quote?

“It ain't a mixtape until someone's ankles get broken”-Isiah Thomas

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Not only did I just love the school in general, but the academic support along with the competitiveness to even get into the school, it really made me feel at home

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Take your time, everyone's recruiting process is different

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

Just the way they put you in game situations at practices and how they push you to be the best player you are capable of being

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Just the overall grind, being out there with your friends and getting better

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

Phone

7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?

To fly and because I love to travel and I would to see the world

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Always listen to my warmup songs and always get good stretch in

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Caribbean

10. What is your favorite food?

Orange Chicken

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tom Brady

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Future

13. What is the last book you read?

Frankenstein(SCHOOL RELATED)

14. What is your favorite quote?

“It ain't a mixtape until someone's ankles get broken”-Isiah Thomas

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Patrick Ryan
'19
Navy
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Groton School
Hometown:
Groton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Peter Salit
'19
Albany
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Johns Creek HS
Hometown:
Johns Creek, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Reece Lagerquist
'19
Dartmouth
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Scarborough High School
Hometown:
Scarborough, ME
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
 I chose Dartmouth because when I got to Hanover, I fell in love with the area. Being there I felt like I was home. I also like Coach Callahan’s coaching philosophy and the opportunity to get an Ivy League education sealed the deal.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
To guys going through the process, I’d say go see as many different schools as you can. Look at a variety of types of schools to see what fits you best for the program AND the campus.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I liked the flexibility of the schedule and the coaching is at a higher level than anywhere else I’ve experienced. Playing with guys who are at a collective higher skill level let me improve my game and incorporate the things they do into my game.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of training is getting more reps with the 3d coaches right there to help me try and get to my max level.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is science, but I like almost every subject except foreign language.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
I couldn't live without my memory foam pillow.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would chose to fly as my super power because it would be an amazing thing.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I have no pregame rituals, but I do put my right sock on first every day because I think it is good luck for me in life.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
My fave vaca spot is St. John in the US Virgin Islands because it is a tropical paradise.

10. What is your favorite food?
My favorite food is my mom’s slow-cooked, beef brisket and gorgonzola sandwiches..

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite athlete is Rob Gronkowski because he is serious about winning on the field and having fun off of it.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
I don't have a favorite musician.

13. What is the last book you read?
The last book I read was Roots by Alex Haley

14. What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is “Don’t run away from challenges, run over them.” By: unknown

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My biggest influence has been my parents setting me in the right direction to reach my goals and teaching me not to stop until I get there.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
 I chose Dartmouth because when I got to Hanover, I fell in love with the area. Being there I felt like I was home. I also like Coach Callahan’s coaching philosophy and the opportunity to get an Ivy League education sealed the deal.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
To guys going through the process, I’d say go see as many different schools as you can. Look at a variety of types of schools to see what fits you best for the program AND the campus.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I liked the flexibility of the schedule and the coaching is at a higher level than anywhere else I’ve experienced. Playing with guys who are at a collective higher skill level let me improve my game and incorporate the things they do into my game.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of training is getting more reps with the 3d coaches right there to help me try and get to my max level.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is science, but I like almost every subject except foreign language.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
I couldn't live without my memory foam pillow.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would chose to fly as my super power because it would be an amazing thing.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I have no pregame rituals, but I do put my right sock on first every day because I think it is good luck for me in life.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
My fave vaca spot is St. John in the US Virgin Islands because it is a tropical paradise.

10. What is your favorite food?
My favorite food is my mom’s slow-cooked, beef brisket and gorgonzola sandwiches..

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite athlete is Rob Gronkowski because he is serious about winning on the field and having fun off of it.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
I don't have a favorite musician.

13. What is the last book you read?
The last book I read was Roots by Alex Haley

14. What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is “Don’t run away from challenges, run over them.” By: unknown

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My biggest influence has been my parents setting me in the right direction to reach my goals and teaching me not to stop until I get there.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
 I chose Dartmouth because when I got to Hanover, I fell in love with the area. Being there I felt like I was home. I also like Coach Callahan’s coaching philosophy and the opportunity to get an Ivy League education sealed the deal.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
To guys going through the process, I’d say go see as many different schools as you can. Look at a variety of types of schools to see what fits you best for the program AND the campus.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I liked the flexibility of the schedule and the coaching is at a higher level than anywhere else I’ve experienced. Playing with guys who are at a collective higher skill level let me improve my game and incorporate the things they do into my game.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of training is getting more reps with the 3d coaches right there to help me try and get to my max level.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is science, but I like almost every subject except foreign language.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
I couldn't live without my memory foam pillow.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would chose to fly as my super power because it would be an amazing thing.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I have no pregame rituals, but I do put my right sock on first every day because I think it is good luck for me in life.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
My fave vaca spot is St. John in the US Virgin Islands because it is a tropical paradise.

10. What is your favorite food?
My favorite food is my mom’s slow-cooked, beef brisket and gorgonzola sandwiches..

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite athlete is Rob Gronkowski because he is serious about winning on the field and having fun off of it.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
I don't have a favorite musician.

13. What is the last book you read?
The last book I read was Roots by Alex Haley

14. What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is “Don’t run away from challenges, run over them.” By: unknown

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My biggest influence has been my parents setting me in the right direction to reach my goals and teaching me not to stop until I get there.

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Reed Kurtz
'19
Delaware
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Bishop Macdonell
Hometown:
Ontario, CN
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Ross Scott
'19
University of Vermont
Position:
Attack
High School:
West Linn HS
Hometown:
West Linn, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Ryan Flynn
'19
Skidmore College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Daniel Hand
Hometown:
Madison, CT
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Ryan Harkin
'19
Johns Hopkins
Position:
Attack
High School:
Johns Creek HS
Hometown:
Alpharetta, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Ryan Sambogna
'19
Southwestern University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Alpharetta High School
Hometown:
Alpharetta, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Sam Tomson
'19
Marist
Position:
Attack
High School:
Loomis Chaffee
Hometown:
Mt Kisco, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Sawyer Moody
'19
UPenn
Position:
Attack
High School:
Phillips Andover
Hometown:
North Andover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Penn because I believe it gives me the best chance to thrive academically and athletically. I really loved the campus on my tour and the coaches were great throughout this whole process.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Going through this process was very long and humbling. It can get frustrating at times when all you want to do is choose a school just to get the process over with, but you really have to take a look at all the schools looking at you and really think carefully about where you want to be because a college experience could define the rest of your life.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I really love the coaching and the training 3d lacrosse provides. The coaches are there to get you better and they really are the best in the country. Also, the practices and tips you get from these coaches really pays off in your game if you make the most of it.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite parts of 3d training are probably the in-tight skill drills that make you play offense and defense so you get the best of both worlds in one rep.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is History.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would definitely choose to fly so I could get places faster and have some fun.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always tape up my sticks with new tape.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
The islands of the Bahamas.

10. What is your favorite food?
Mac and Cheese.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Kevin Durant.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Drake.

13. What is the last book you read?
It was called Ready Player One.

14. What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is by Carl Lewis, “If you don’t have confidence, you’ll always find a way not to win.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My parents have been the biggest influence in my life with lacrosse and teaching me how to work hard and be the best I can.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Penn because I believe it gives me the best chance to thrive academically and athletically. I really loved the campus on my tour and the coaches were great throughout this whole process.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Going through this process was very long and humbling. It can get frustrating at times when all you want to do is choose a school just to get the process over with, but you really have to take a look at all the schools looking at you and really think carefully about where you want to be because a college experience could define the rest of your life.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I really love the coaching and the training 3d lacrosse provides. The coaches are there to get you better and they really are the best in the country. Also, the practices and tips you get from these coaches really pays off in your game if you make the most of it.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite parts of 3d training are probably the in-tight skill drills that make you play offense and defense so you get the best of both worlds in one rep.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is History.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would definitely choose to fly so I could get places faster and have some fun.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always tape up my sticks with new tape.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
The islands of the Bahamas.

10. What is your favorite food?
Mac and Cheese.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Kevin Durant.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Drake.

13. What is the last book you read?
It was called Ready Player One.

14. What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is by Carl Lewis, “If you don’t have confidence, you’ll always find a way not to win.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My parents have been the biggest influence in my life with lacrosse and teaching me how to work hard and be the best I can.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Penn because I believe it gives me the best chance to thrive academically and athletically. I really loved the campus on my tour and the coaches were great throughout this whole process.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Going through this process was very long and humbling. It can get frustrating at times when all you want to do is choose a school just to get the process over with, but you really have to take a look at all the schools looking at you and really think carefully about where you want to be because a college experience could define the rest of your life.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I really love the coaching and the training 3d lacrosse provides. The coaches are there to get you better and they really are the best in the country. Also, the practices and tips you get from these coaches really pays off in your game if you make the most of it.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite parts of 3d training are probably the in-tight skill drills that make you play offense and defense so you get the best of both worlds in one rep.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is History.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would definitely choose to fly so I could get places faster and have some fun.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always tape up my sticks with new tape.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
The islands of the Bahamas.

10. What is your favorite food?
Mac and Cheese.

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Kevin Durant.

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Drake.

13. What is the last book you read?
It was called Ready Player One.

14. What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is by Carl Lewis, “If you don’t have confidence, you’ll always find a way not to win.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My parents have been the biggest influence in my life with lacrosse and teaching me how to work hard and be the best I can.

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Scott Bower
'19
Virginia
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Episcopal Dallas
Hometown:
Dallas, TX
3d Region:
Dallas
Q&A
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Stephen Grabher
'19
Army
Position:
Midfield
High School:
North Shore High School
Hometown:
Glen Head, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Thaddeus Stern
'19
Connecticut College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
St. George's School
Hometown:
Lyme, NH
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Thomas Niedringhaus
'19
Boston University
Position:
Attack
High School:
MICDS
Hometown:
St. Louis, MO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Trent Moran
'19
Fairfield
Position:
Midfield
High School:
St. Anne's Belfield
Hometown:
Charlottesville, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
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Tucker Joseph
'19
College of Wooster
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Kent Denver
Hometown:
Cherry Hills Village, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Tucker Sheehan
'19
Trinity College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Pomfret School
Hometown:
Pomfret, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Tyler Allcraft
'19
Trinity
Position:
Attack
High School:
Northampton
Hometown:
Haydenville, MA
3d Region:
New England South
Q&A
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Tyler Wuthrich
'19
Manhattan College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Cherry Creek
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Vernon Cowell
'19
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Oregon Episcopal School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Will Mark
'19
Vermont
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Salisbury School
Hometown:
Napa, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Will Zink
'19
Middlebury College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Nobles & Greenough
Hometown:
Dover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Other Commitments from this Class

Antonio Andreozzi, 3d New England, Brown University (Hockey)
Hal Nathan, 3d Tri-State, Oberlin
Ian Murray, 3d Tri-State, Princeton
Isaac Sacks, 3d Tri-State, Brown
Jack Murdock, 3d Tri-State, Colorado College
Jack Spain, 3d Tri-State, Denison
Jacob Smith, 3d Tri-State, Colorado College
Sam Tomson, 3d Tri-State, Marist
Steve Grabher, 3d Tri-State, Army

2018

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AJ Krakauer
'18
Utah
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
West Linn HS
Hometown:
West Linn, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Alex Simmons
'18
Denver
Position:
Attack
High School:
Blessed Trinity
Hometown:
Smithville, ON
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Amos Gilbert
'18
University of Vermont
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Salisbury School
Hometown:
Salisbury, Ct
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Andrew Dorman
'18
Boston University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Moses Brown School
Hometown:
Providence, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Andrew Ponsetto
'18
Holy Cross
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. John's Prep
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Austin O'Brien
'18
Babson
Position:
Goalie
High School:
The Roxbury Latin School
Hometown:
Boston, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Ben Murtagh
'18
Saint Lawrence
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Governor's Academy
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Blake Phillips
'18
Bryant
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lincoln High School
Hometown:
Lincoln, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Brad Simas
'18
Hobart
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Berwick Academy
Hometown:
Stratham, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Braden Garten
'18
Roanoke College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Fox Lane HS
Hometown:
Pound Ridge, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Brandon Rizzuto
'18
Holy Cross
Position:
FOGO
High School:
St. Anthony's
Hometown:
Northport, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Brendan O'Brien
'18
University of Vermont
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. John's Prep
Hometown:
Gloucester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Brody LaPorte
'18
Villanova University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Menlo School
Hometown:
San Carlos, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Cam Kelleher
'18
Tufts
Position:
Attack
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown:
Long Meadow, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Cameron Reeves
'18
Rollins College
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Highland Park HS
Hometown:
Dallas, TX
3d Region:
Dallas
Q&A
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Chase Maitland
'18
Holy Cross
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Glastonbury High
Hometown:
Glastonbury, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Chase Taylor
'18
Furman
Position:
Attack
High School:
Great Oak
Hometown:
Temecula, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose Furman Univ because I felt it was a great fit for me. Smaller class size, newer and continuously growing lacrosse program, and outstanding coaching staff. I am stoked to be playing for Coach Meade.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Focus on your grades; continue to improve both on the field and off. Don’t get discouraged, and take it one day at a time.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The coaching! Coach Cooper has been awesome as a coach and a mentor. Coach Burke has been instrumental in directing me down the correct path.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The training is pretty consistent across the board. I can jump on a different 3d team and run the plays, and gel with the players.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Math and Science

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

I cannot live without my family. I have 14, & 12 year old sisters and we all play sports from cheer to softball & lacrosse. We try and support each other and my parents attend all of our activities.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Flying, so I could take flight when I need to clear my head.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

The night before, I eat chicken Alfredo. The morning of, I eat 2 orders of pancakes, sausage mc muffin with egg from McDonald’s and I listen to Phenomenal by Eminem.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Anywhere on the beach

10. What is your favorite food?

Mexican food

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Jordan Woolf

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Don’t really have one, I listen to all genres

13. What is the last book you read?

The House of Hates

14. What is your favorite quote?

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose Furman Univ because I felt it was a great fit for me. Smaller class size, newer and continuously growing lacrosse program, and outstanding coaching staff. I am stoked to be playing for Coach Meade.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Focus on your grades; continue to improve both on the field and off. Don’t get discouraged, and take it one day at a time.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The coaching! Coach Cooper has been awesome as a coach and a mentor. Coach Burke has been instrumental in directing me down the correct path.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The training is pretty consistent across the board. I can jump on a different 3d team and run the plays, and gel with the players.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Math and Science

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

I cannot live without my family. I have 14, & 12 year old sisters and we all play sports from cheer to softball & lacrosse. We try and support each other and my parents attend all of our activities.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Flying, so I could take flight when I need to clear my head.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

The night before, I eat chicken Alfredo. The morning of, I eat 2 orders of pancakes, sausage mc muffin with egg from McDonald’s and I listen to Phenomenal by Eminem.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Anywhere on the beach

10. What is your favorite food?

Mexican food

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Jordan Woolf

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Don’t really have one, I listen to all genres

13. What is the last book you read?

The House of Hates

14. What is your favorite quote?

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose Furman Univ because I felt it was a great fit for me. Smaller class size, newer and continuously growing lacrosse program, and outstanding coaching staff. I am stoked to be playing for Coach Meade.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Focus on your grades; continue to improve both on the field and off. Don’t get discouraged, and take it one day at a time.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

The coaching! Coach Cooper has been awesome as a coach and a mentor. Coach Burke has been instrumental in directing me down the correct path.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The training is pretty consistent across the board. I can jump on a different 3d team and run the plays, and gel with the players.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Math and Science

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

I cannot live without my family. I have 14, & 12 year old sisters and we all play sports from cheer to softball & lacrosse. We try and support each other and my parents attend all of our activities.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Flying, so I could take flight when I need to clear my head.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

The night before, I eat chicken Alfredo. The morning of, I eat 2 orders of pancakes, sausage mc muffin with egg from McDonald’s and I listen to Phenomenal by Eminem.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Anywhere on the beach

10. What is your favorite food?

Mexican food

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Jordan Woolf

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Don’t really have one, I listen to all genres

13. What is the last book you read?

The House of Hates

14. What is your favorite quote?

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents

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Cole Englert
'18
Colby
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Roxbury Latin
Hometown:
Jamaica Plain, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Cole French
'18
Denver
Position:
Goalie
High School:
San Ramon Valley High School
Hometown:
Danville, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Colin Casey
'18
Quinnipiac
Position:
High School:
Catholic Memorial
Hometown:
West Roxbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Connor Dubiel
'18
Williams College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Amador Valley HS
Hometown:
Pleasanton, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Cory Lyons
'18
Merrimack
Position:
Goalie
High School:
New Hampton School
Hometown:
Reading, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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David Demartino
'18
Bryant
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
East Catholic High School
Hometown:
South Windsor, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Dean LaDrido
'18
Swarthmore College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
La Jolla Country Day School
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A

 1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Swarthmore because of their high level of academics and high quality lacrosse.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Get in front of coaches earlier rather than later because the earlier you develop relationships with Coaches, you really get to know them.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

I liked how close our Team got over the years playing together.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Learning from Coaches Zack Burke and Kevin Cooper.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Calculus

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

The Arts

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Super speed so I could do more things in a given day.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I listen to music in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Hawaii

10. What is your favorite food?

Korean BBQ

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Kyle Kuzma

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Justin Timberlake

13. What is the last book you read?

"The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison

14. What is your favorite quote?

"I'm here for a good time not a long time" Big Sean

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My Parents

Q&A

 1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Swarthmore because of their high level of academics and high quality lacrosse.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Get in front of coaches earlier rather than later because the earlier you develop relationships with Coaches, you really get to know them.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

I liked how close our Team got over the years playing together.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Learning from Coaches Zack Burke and Kevin Cooper.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Calculus

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

The Arts

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Super speed so I could do more things in a given day.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I listen to music in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Hawaii

10. What is your favorite food?

Korean BBQ

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Kyle Kuzma

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Justin Timberlake

13. What is the last book you read?

"The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison

14. What is your favorite quote?

"I'm here for a good time not a long time" Big Sean

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My Parents

 1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

I chose to commit to Swarthmore because of their high level of academics and high quality lacrosse.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Get in front of coaches earlier rather than later because the earlier you develop relationships with Coaches, you really get to know them.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

I liked how close our Team got over the years playing together.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Learning from Coaches Zack Burke and Kevin Cooper.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Calculus

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

The Arts

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Super speed so I could do more things in a given day.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I listen to music in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Hawaii

10. What is your favorite food?

Korean BBQ

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Kyle Kuzma

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Justin Timberlake

13. What is the last book you read?

"The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison

14. What is your favorite quote?

"I'm here for a good time not a long time" Big Sean

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My Parents

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Declan Palandijan
'18
Albany
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Belmont, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Drew Erickson
'18
Denver
Position:
Attack
High School:
San Ramon Valley
Hometown:
Danville, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Dylan Utter
'18
Herkimer Community College
Position:
Attack
High School:
South Forsyth HS
Hometown:
Cumming, GA
3d Region:
Georgia
Q&A
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Emmett Jones
'18
Michigan
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Lakeridge High School
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Ford Malter
'18
Endicott
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Avon Old Farms School
Hometown:
Cape Elizabeth, ME
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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George Pike
'18
Maryland
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Menlo School
Hometown:
Woodside, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Greyson Wolfram
'18
Brown
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Brunswick School
Hometown:
Riverside, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Griffin Catlett
'18
Duke
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lakeridge
Hometown:
Lake Oswego, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
Duke has been my dream school since I was in the sixth grade. It exceeds everything I was looking for athletically and academically with a great coaching staff and support group.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Call the schools you are interested in before going to tournaments. Coaches get hundreds of emails but they will remember you if you actually have a conversation. Also make sure to hustle everywhere when you are playing at showcases. Even if you don’t have a crazy goal, the coaches will notice you sprinting back on defense or getting a tough ground ball.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the platform it provides and the 3d family that you are instantly a part of once you make the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
Face-dodge shovel pass!!!!!!!

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
Chemistry is my most interesting class by far.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
Aside from the essentials such as water, oxygen, and food, I would have to say my life is dependent on my family.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would choose to have super strength because then I could dominate in everything and if you jump high enough, it’s basically like flying.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I like to have chocolate chip cookies, bacon, and eggs with a hardy glass of milk to really make sure I’m fueled. I may bust a song out on the piano before heading to the game to get the forearms warmed up as well.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Cabo San Lucas

10. What is your favorite food?
Lasagna

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Stephen Curry

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Marcus Mumford

13. What is the last book you read?
The Odyssey

14. What is your favorite quote?
“Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, our greatest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My older brother Holden is my biggest influence. I’ve been watching him play since before I started in first grade and he has always coached and supported me.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
Duke has been my dream school since I was in the sixth grade. It exceeds everything I was looking for athletically and academically with a great coaching staff and support group.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Call the schools you are interested in before going to tournaments. Coaches get hundreds of emails but they will remember you if you actually have a conversation. Also make sure to hustle everywhere when you are playing at showcases. Even if you don’t have a crazy goal, the coaches will notice you sprinting back on defense or getting a tough ground ball.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the platform it provides and the 3d family that you are instantly a part of once you make the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
Face-dodge shovel pass!!!!!!!

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
Chemistry is my most interesting class by far.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
Aside from the essentials such as water, oxygen, and food, I would have to say my life is dependent on my family.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would choose to have super strength because then I could dominate in everything and if you jump high enough, it’s basically like flying.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I like to have chocolate chip cookies, bacon, and eggs with a hardy glass of milk to really make sure I’m fueled. I may bust a song out on the piano before heading to the game to get the forearms warmed up as well.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Cabo San Lucas

10. What is your favorite food?
Lasagna

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Stephen Curry

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Marcus Mumford

13. What is the last book you read?
The Odyssey

14. What is your favorite quote?
“Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, our greatest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My older brother Holden is my biggest influence. I’ve been watching him play since before I started in first grade and he has always coached and supported me.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
Duke has been my dream school since I was in the sixth grade. It exceeds everything I was looking for athletically and academically with a great coaching staff and support group.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Call the schools you are interested in before going to tournaments. Coaches get hundreds of emails but they will remember you if you actually have a conversation. Also make sure to hustle everywhere when you are playing at showcases. Even if you don’t have a crazy goal, the coaches will notice you sprinting back on defense or getting a tough ground ball.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the platform it provides and the 3d family that you are instantly a part of once you make the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
Face-dodge shovel pass!!!!!!!

5. What is your favorite subject in school?
Chemistry is my most interesting class by far.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.
Aside from the essentials such as water, oxygen, and food, I would have to say my life is dependent on my family.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?
I would choose to have super strength because then I could dominate in everything and if you jump high enough, it’s basically like flying.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I like to have chocolate chip cookies, bacon, and eggs with a hardy glass of milk to really make sure I’m fueled. I may bust a song out on the piano before heading to the game to get the forearms warmed up as well.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Cabo San Lucas

10. What is your favorite food?
Lasagna

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Stephen Curry

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Marcus Mumford

13. What is the last book you read?
The Odyssey

14. What is your favorite quote?
“Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, our greatest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My older brother Holden is my biggest influence. I’ve been watching him play since before I started in first grade and he has always coached and supported me.

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Jack Collins
'18
Boston University
Position:
Attack
High School:
The Taft School
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jack Crockett
'18
Princeton
Position:
Attack
High School:
Sacred Heart Prep
Hometown:
Menlo Park, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Jack Devine
'18
Marquette University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Bellarmine College Prep
Hometown:
San Jose, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Jack Johnson
'18
Detroit-Mercy
Position:
Attack
High School:
Father Gabriel Richard High School
Hometown:
Milford, MI
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Close to home and it’s a smaller school.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Do your research on the schools you think you may be interested in attending. Decide where, what size and the environment that you see yourself in for the next 4 years. It also helps if you can narrow down what you think you’d like to major in because some schools don’t have certain majors. Then contact those coaches and schools and go on visits.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

All the resources they have and the people that I have met and became friends with from all over the country.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Training camp and box lacrosse training has been my favorite parts.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

My family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

To read minds because I think it would so cool to know what people are thinking about.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Re-tape my stick before every game and have pasta the night before the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Caribbean

10. What is your favorite food?

Any Seafood

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Marshawn Lynch

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Chance the Rapper

13. What is the last book you read?

American Sniper

14. What is your favorite quote?

“The intellect has little to do on the road to discovery. There comes a leap in consciousness, call it intuition or what you will, and the solution comes to you and you don’t know how or why”—Albert Einstein

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My mom

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Close to home and it’s a smaller school.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Do your research on the schools you think you may be interested in attending. Decide where, what size and the environment that you see yourself in for the next 4 years. It also helps if you can narrow down what you think you’d like to major in because some schools don’t have certain majors. Then contact those coaches and schools and go on visits.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

All the resources they have and the people that I have met and became friends with from all over the country.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Training camp and box lacrosse training has been my favorite parts.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

My family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

To read minds because I think it would so cool to know what people are thinking about.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Re-tape my stick before every game and have pasta the night before the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Caribbean

10. What is your favorite food?

Any Seafood

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Marshawn Lynch

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Chance the Rapper

13. What is the last book you read?

American Sniper

14. What is your favorite quote?

“The intellect has little to do on the road to discovery. There comes a leap in consciousness, call it intuition or what you will, and the solution comes to you and you don’t know how or why”—Albert Einstein

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My mom

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Close to home and it’s a smaller school.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

Do your research on the schools you think you may be interested in attending. Decide where, what size and the environment that you see yourself in for the next 4 years. It also helps if you can narrow down what you think you’d like to major in because some schools don’t have certain majors. Then contact those coaches and schools and go on visits.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

All the resources they have and the people that I have met and became friends with from all over the country.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

Training camp and box lacrosse training has been my favorite parts.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

My family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

To read minds because I think it would so cool to know what people are thinking about.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

Re-tape my stick before every game and have pasta the night before the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Caribbean

10. What is your favorite food?

Any Seafood

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Marshawn Lynch

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Chance the Rapper

13. What is the last book you read?

American Sniper

14. What is your favorite quote?

“The intellect has little to do on the road to discovery. There comes a leap in consciousness, call it intuition or what you will, and the solution comes to you and you don’t know how or why”—Albert Einstein

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My mom

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Jack Meier
'18
Westminster College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Jesuit HS
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Jack Ocken
'18
Yale
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Brunswick School
Hometown:
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Jack Raba
'18
Loyola
Position:
Attack
High School:
Cheshire High School
Hometown:
Cheshire, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jack Scherer
'18
Utah
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Marin Catholic HS
Hometown:
Kentfield, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Jack Sine
'18
Colby
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Governors Academy
Hometown:
South Dartmouth, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Jackson Sell
'18
Bates College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Marin Academy
Hometown:
Mill Valley, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Jake Lemon
'18
Canisius
Position:
Attack
High School:
Tampa Jesuit HS
Hometown:
Tampa, FL
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Jake Mueller
'18
Amherst College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
East Greenwich, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Stay focused and play with the highest intensity possible every time you step onto the field. Another important factor is making a name for yourself by reaching out to the schools you are interested in.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part about 3d Lacrosse is the friendliness and helpfulness of every one of the coaches. All of the coaches are determined to provide their players with the tools to compete at the highest level on the field. However, the coaches also focus on each athlete’s success in the classroom. In short, 3d Lacrosse is the primary reason for my success.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is becoming a better overall lacrosse player, whether it is defensively or offensively, 3d always seems to apply every aspect of the game into each session. By working with 3d, my lacrosse IQ, my stick skills and my footwork drastically improved.

What is your favorite subject in school? Chemistry

Name one thing that you could not live without. Water

If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why? I would chose to fly because I could go where ever I want, whenever I wanted.

What are some of your pre game rituals and/or game day superstitions? The night before every game I sleep in the same purple sweater. I need to wear white socks and the same shirt and compression shorts when I play. If I do not perform these rituals my whole game will be thrown off.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Spain

What is your favorite food? Chicken

Who is your favorite athlete? Richard Sherman

Who is your favorite musician? Drake

What is the last book you read? The Scarlet Letter

What is your favorite quote? “Don’t cry to quit! You already in pain, you already hurt! Get a reward from it!”

Who has been your biggest influence? My family

Q&A

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Stay focused and play with the highest intensity possible every time you step onto the field. Another important factor is making a name for yourself by reaching out to the schools you are interested in.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part about 3d Lacrosse is the friendliness and helpfulness of every one of the coaches. All of the coaches are determined to provide their players with the tools to compete at the highest level on the field. However, the coaches also focus on each athlete’s success in the classroom. In short, 3d Lacrosse is the primary reason for my success.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is becoming a better overall lacrosse player, whether it is defensively or offensively, 3d always seems to apply every aspect of the game into each session. By working with 3d, my lacrosse IQ, my stick skills and my footwork drastically improved.

What is your favorite subject in school? Chemistry

Name one thing that you could not live without. Water

If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why? I would chose to fly because I could go where ever I want, whenever I wanted.

What are some of your pre game rituals and/or game day superstitions? The night before every game I sleep in the same purple sweater. I need to wear white socks and the same shirt and compression shorts when I play. If I do not perform these rituals my whole game will be thrown off.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Spain

What is your favorite food? Chicken

Who is your favorite athlete? Richard Sherman

Who is your favorite musician? Drake

What is the last book you read? The Scarlet Letter

What is your favorite quote? “Don’t cry to quit! You already in pain, you already hurt! Get a reward from it!”

Who has been your biggest influence? My family

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Stay focused and play with the highest intensity possible every time you step onto the field. Another important factor is making a name for yourself by reaching out to the schools you are interested in.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part about 3d Lacrosse is the friendliness and helpfulness of every one of the coaches. All of the coaches are determined to provide their players with the tools to compete at the highest level on the field. However, the coaches also focus on each athlete’s success in the classroom. In short, 3d Lacrosse is the primary reason for my success.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is becoming a better overall lacrosse player, whether it is defensively or offensively, 3d always seems to apply every aspect of the game into each session. By working with 3d, my lacrosse IQ, my stick skills and my footwork drastically improved.

What is your favorite subject in school? Chemistry

Name one thing that you could not live without. Water

If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why? I would chose to fly because I could go where ever I want, whenever I wanted.

What are some of your pre game rituals and/or game day superstitions? The night before every game I sleep in the same purple sweater. I need to wear white socks and the same shirt and compression shorts when I play. If I do not perform these rituals my whole game will be thrown off.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Spain

What is your favorite food? Chicken

Who is your favorite athlete? Richard Sherman

Who is your favorite musician? Drake

What is the last book you read? The Scarlet Letter

What is your favorite quote? “Don’t cry to quit! You already in pain, you already hurt! Get a reward from it!”

Who has been your biggest influence? My family

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Jared Heath
'18
Goucher
Position:
Attack
High School:
New Hampton
Hometown:
Windham, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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JJ Rose
'18
Bryant
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Desert Vista HS
Hometown:
Phoenix, AZ
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Joe Miraglia
'18
Belmont Abbey
Position:
Midfield
High School:
JSerra Catholic HS
Hometown:
Ladera Ranch, CA
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
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Joe Peterson
'18
Rutgers
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Monte Vista HS
Hometown:
Alamo, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Joseph Rotarius Jr.
'18
Wooster College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Millbrook School
Hometown:
Millbrook, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Justin Cheng
'18
Bryant
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Arnold O. Beckman HS
Hometown:
Beckman, CA
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
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Kellan Cutting
'18
Endicott
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Kevin Lyskawa
'18
Trinity
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Exeter
Hometown:
Londonbury, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Kevin Paratore
'18
Colorado College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Beverly, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Konrad Collins
'18
Yale
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Summit HS
Hometown:
Bend, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Larson Tolo
'18
Tufts
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Phillips Academy Andover
Hometown:
Essex, MA
3d Region:
National
New England
Q&A
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Liam Maniscalco
'18
Swarthmore
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Lick-Wilmerding High School
Hometown:
San Francisco, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
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Luc Anderson
'18
Princeton
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Culver Academy
Hometown:
Littleton, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Mark Sprague
'18
Belmont Abbey
Position:
Attack
High School:
Highland High School
Hometown:
Haymarket, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
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Mason Balch
'18
Bryant University
Position:
Attack
High School:
Westfield High School
Hometown:
Westfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Bryant University was the perfect fit for me, and I knew it as soon as I stepped on campus. I fell in love with the small yet beautiful campus and facilities. Bryant also offers a great variety of academic opportunities, such as their Top 10 Business program. The location of the campus, Smithtown RI, is not that far from my hometown, which was a big factor for me. It is near Providence also, somewhere I always thought was a nice place. Lastly, the coaching staff was one of the bigger reasons why I made my commitment to Bryant. I feel coach Pressler and I share a connection I had with no other coach, and it will be an honor and privilege to play under him.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? One thing I always kept in the back of my head during the process and before picking a school is imagining my self living there for four years, and to make sure that I would have the best college experience possible. Also, before deciding on your school, make sure you are 110% with your decision. After committing you want to have the feeling of no regrets, and that’s how I feel after deciding on Bryant.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the culture and family feel of 3d. This was my first fall/summer with 3d and I already feel like part of the family. The coaching is at the highest level and they make sure that you come out of high school more than prepared to play big time lacrosse and to take on the real world. I can’t wait for the next three years with 3d New England.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I really enjoyed my time at the Pomfret School training for the summer with 3d mostly because it brought our 2018 team together and built team comradery within the small week. Rooming with, eating three times a day, and playing high-level lacrosse with my teammates was an unforgettable experience. It was even more built up when I went down to the Hill School in Philly where I did all those same things with some of the best kids in the country at 3d Nationals.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject would have to be Math, because I love playing around with numbers. But my close second would probably be Science.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Family. Family is a huge part of my life. I have a split family with five little brothers and sisters in all and I am the oldest, so I always had to set the right example for them as they grew and matured. Even though I have a split family, I have the best parents in the world that do so much for me. They give their own time, money and energy to see me succeed and to be happy with whatever I do in life. I owe them so much and wouldn’t be where I am today without them, and also my grandparents, who I love a lot and are big contributors.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? It would probably have to be super strength because Superman was always my favorite childhood super hero.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have too many, but some are listening to music before games, or wearing a lucky undershirt (always white and XL), and even putting my mouth guard in the top of my helmet before a game.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Florida, I’ve been to Disney a bunch of times and it was always my favorite place to go during the summer.
10. What is your favorite food? My mom’s home made chicken parm. A Chipotle burrito is a close second.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Adrian Peterson because he was my favorite football player growing up.
12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t really have one, I listen to a wide variety of music.
13. What is the last book you read? The one I SHOULD be reading this summer…lol
14. What is your favorite quote? “One of these days means none of these days”- my mom
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad both, they are the strongest people I know with the biggest hearts.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Bryant University was the perfect fit for me, and I knew it as soon as I stepped on campus. I fell in love with the small yet beautiful campus and facilities. Bryant also offers a great variety of academic opportunities, such as their Top 10 Business program. The location of the campus, Smithtown RI, is not that far from my hometown, which was a big factor for me. It is near Providence also, somewhere I always thought was a nice place. Lastly, the coaching staff was one of the bigger reasons why I made my commitment to Bryant. I feel coach Pressler and I share a connection I had with no other coach, and it will be an honor and privilege to play under him.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? One thing I always kept in the back of my head during the process and before picking a school is imagining my self living there for four years, and to make sure that I would have the best college experience possible. Also, before deciding on your school, make sure you are 110% with your decision. After committing you want to have the feeling of no regrets, and that’s how I feel after deciding on Bryant.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the culture and family feel of 3d. This was my first fall/summer with 3d and I already feel like part of the family. The coaching is at the highest level and they make sure that you come out of high school more than prepared to play big time lacrosse and to take on the real world. I can’t wait for the next three years with 3d New England.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I really enjoyed my time at the Pomfret School training for the summer with 3d mostly because it brought our 2018 team together and built team comradery within the small week. Rooming with, eating three times a day, and playing high-level lacrosse with my teammates was an unforgettable experience. It was even more built up when I went down to the Hill School in Philly where I did all those same things with some of the best kids in the country at 3d Nationals.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject would have to be Math, because I love playing around with numbers. But my close second would probably be Science.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Family. Family is a huge part of my life. I have a split family with five little brothers and sisters in all and I am the oldest, so I always had to set the right example for them as they grew and matured. Even though I have a split family, I have the best parents in the world that do so much for me. They give their own time, money and energy to see me succeed and to be happy with whatever I do in life. I owe them so much and wouldn’t be where I am today without them, and also my grandparents, who I love a lot and are big contributors.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? It would probably have to be super strength because Superman was always my favorite childhood super hero.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have too many, but some are listening to music before games, or wearing a lucky undershirt (always white and XL), and even putting my mouth guard in the top of my helmet before a game.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Florida, I’ve been to Disney a bunch of times and it was always my favorite place to go during the summer.
10. What is your favorite food? My mom’s home made chicken parm. A Chipotle burrito is a close second.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Adrian Peterson because he was my favorite football player growing up.
12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t really have one, I listen to a wide variety of music.
13. What is the last book you read? The one I SHOULD be reading this summer…lol
14. What is your favorite quote? “One of these days means none of these days”- my mom
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad both, they are the strongest people I know with the biggest hearts.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Bryant University was the perfect fit for me, and I knew it as soon as I stepped on campus. I fell in love with the small yet beautiful campus and facilities. Bryant also offers a great variety of academic opportunities, such as their Top 10 Business program. The location of the campus, Smithtown RI, is not that far from my hometown, which was a big factor for me. It is near Providence also, somewhere I always thought was a nice place. Lastly, the coaching staff was one of the bigger reasons why I made my commitment to Bryant. I feel coach Pressler and I share a connection I had with no other coach, and it will be an honor and privilege to play under him.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? One thing I always kept in the back of my head during the process and before picking a school is imagining my self living there for four years, and to make sure that I would have the best college experience possible. Also, before deciding on your school, make sure you are 110% with your decision. After committing you want to have the feeling of no regrets, and that’s how I feel after deciding on Bryant.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the culture and family feel of 3d. This was my first fall/summer with 3d and I already feel like part of the family. The coaching is at the highest level and they make sure that you come out of high school more than prepared to play big time lacrosse and to take on the real world. I can’t wait for the next three years with 3d New England.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I really enjoyed my time at the Pomfret School training for the summer with 3d mostly because it brought our 2018 team together and built team comradery within the small week. Rooming with, eating three times a day, and playing high-level lacrosse with my teammates was an unforgettable experience. It was even more built up when I went down to the Hill School in Philly where I did all those same things with some of the best kids in the country at 3d Nationals.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject would have to be Math, because I love playing around with numbers. But my close second would probably be Science.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Family. Family is a huge part of my life. I have a split family with five little brothers and sisters in all and I am the oldest, so I always had to set the right example for them as they grew and matured. Even though I have a split family, I have the best parents in the world that do so much for me. They give their own time, money and energy to see me succeed and to be happy with whatever I do in life. I owe them so much and wouldn’t be where I am today without them, and also my grandparents, who I love a lot and are big contributors.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? It would probably have to be super strength because Superman was always my favorite childhood super hero.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have too many, but some are listening to music before games, or wearing a lucky undershirt (always white and XL), and even putting my mouth guard in the top of my helmet before a game.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Florida, I’ve been to Disney a bunch of times and it was always my favorite place to go during the summer.
10. What is your favorite food? My mom’s home made chicken parm. A Chipotle burrito is a close second.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Adrian Peterson because he was my favorite football player growing up.
12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t really have one, I listen to a wide variety of music.
13. What is the last book you read? The one I SHOULD be reading this summer…lol
14. What is your favorite quote? “One of these days means none of these days”- my mom
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad both, they are the strongest people I know with the biggest hearts.

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Matt Stucchi
'18
Loyola
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Shenendehowa High School
Hometown:
Rexford, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Loyola University because of the amazing education, great coaches, great lacrosse, and beautiful campus. A smaller campus is a great choice because it allows for me to focus primarily on academics and athletics.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Grades are the most important part of the recruiting process. If you have great grades than you can go anywhere. Keep your grades up and stay open minded on visits. Just because one person has something to say about a certain school does not mean you will feel the same way.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d Lacrosse has created so many great opportunities for me. I have met new friends, played against amazing competition, and have gotten the chance to get recruited.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love the fast pace practices combined with a high demand of skills. It really challenges a player to get better at every aspect of their game.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is math. I am beginning to really enjoy Spanish as well.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My friends, with early recruiting and all the lacrosse a lot of us play it is nice to get to hang out with friends and be reminded that we are just kids and have fun.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose to fly. It would be surreal to fly like a bird.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before every game during the school season I eat a kit Kat bar. I started it freshman year for my first game on varsity and it hasn’t stopped. Kit Kats are my favorite candy.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? I love going on cruises, I have been on four in my life and I cannot wait to go on another soon.

10. What is your favorite food? Strawberries, I love fruit. Peaches, raspberries, and bananas are up there but nothing beats out strawberries.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Greg Gurenlian, not because he plays lacrosse or because he takes face-offs but because he plays so hard. He is the hardest working player in the MLL and it shows on the field. It is very impressive to me.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I am not a huge music guy but I like older music such as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, and The Beatles.

13. What is the last book you read? The Hard Hat by Jon Gordan, it is a phenomenal book about how to be an amazing teammate such as Cornell Alumni George Boiardi.

14. What is your favorite quote? “The highest compliment that you can pay me is to say that I work hard every day, that I never dog it.” Wayne Gretzky

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents have been my biggest influence. They do so much for me and only want what is best for me.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Loyola University because of the amazing education, great coaches, great lacrosse, and beautiful campus. A smaller campus is a great choice because it allows for me to focus primarily on academics and athletics.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Grades are the most important part of the recruiting process. If you have great grades than you can go anywhere. Keep your grades up and stay open minded on visits. Just because one person has something to say about a certain school does not mean you will feel the same way.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d Lacrosse has created so many great opportunities for me. I have met new friends, played against amazing competition, and have gotten the chance to get recruited.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love the fast pace practices combined with a high demand of skills. It really challenges a player to get better at every aspect of their game.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is math. I am beginning to really enjoy Spanish as well.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My friends, with early recruiting and all the lacrosse a lot of us play it is nice to get to hang out with friends and be reminded that we are just kids and have fun.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose to fly. It would be surreal to fly like a bird.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before every game during the school season I eat a kit Kat bar. I started it freshman year for my first game on varsity and it hasn’t stopped. Kit Kats are my favorite candy.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? I love going on cruises, I have been on four in my life and I cannot wait to go on another soon.

10. What is your favorite food? Strawberries, I love fruit. Peaches, raspberries, and bananas are up there but nothing beats out strawberries.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Greg Gurenlian, not because he plays lacrosse or because he takes face-offs but because he plays so hard. He is the hardest working player in the MLL and it shows on the field. It is very impressive to me.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I am not a huge music guy but I like older music such as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, and The Beatles.

13. What is the last book you read? The Hard Hat by Jon Gordan, it is a phenomenal book about how to be an amazing teammate such as Cornell Alumni George Boiardi.

14. What is your favorite quote? “The highest compliment that you can pay me is to say that I work hard every day, that I never dog it.” Wayne Gretzky

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents have been my biggest influence. They do so much for me and only want what is best for me.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Loyola University because of the amazing education, great coaches, great lacrosse, and beautiful campus. A smaller campus is a great choice because it allows for me to focus primarily on academics and athletics.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Grades are the most important part of the recruiting process. If you have great grades than you can go anywhere. Keep your grades up and stay open minded on visits. Just because one person has something to say about a certain school does not mean you will feel the same way.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d Lacrosse has created so many great opportunities for me. I have met new friends, played against amazing competition, and have gotten the chance to get recruited.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love the fast pace practices combined with a high demand of skills. It really challenges a player to get better at every aspect of their game.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is math. I am beginning to really enjoy Spanish as well.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My friends, with early recruiting and all the lacrosse a lot of us play it is nice to get to hang out with friends and be reminded that we are just kids and have fun.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose to fly. It would be surreal to fly like a bird.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before every game during the school season I eat a kit Kat bar. I started it freshman year for my first game on varsity and it hasn’t stopped. Kit Kats are my favorite candy.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? I love going on cruises, I have been on four in my life and I cannot wait to go on another soon.

10. What is your favorite food? Strawberries, I love fruit. Peaches, raspberries, and bananas are up there but nothing beats out strawberries.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Greg Gurenlian, not because he plays lacrosse or because he takes face-offs but because he plays so hard. He is the hardest working player in the MLL and it shows on the field. It is very impressive to me.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I am not a huge music guy but I like older music such as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, and The Beatles.

13. What is the last book you read? The Hard Hat by Jon Gordan, it is a phenomenal book about how to be an amazing teammate such as Cornell Alumni George Boiardi.

14. What is your favorite quote? “The highest compliment that you can pay me is to say that I work hard every day, that I never dog it.” Wayne Gretzky

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents have been my biggest influence. They do so much for me and only want what is best for me.

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Matthew Anderson
'18
Hamilton College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Canyon Crest Academy
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
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Max Gilbane
'18
Sacred Heart
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Kent
Hometown:
Newport, RI
3d Region:
New England
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Michael Nastasi
'18
Hartford
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Trinity Pawling
Hometown:
West Islip, NY
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Before I visited Hartford and talked on the phone with Coach Lawrence, I didnt really know a lot about Hartford as a program and as a school. After speaking with Coach Lawrence on the phone I really had a good feeling about him as a coach and genuinely good person. Everything he said to me was sincere he never promised anything he didn't deliver. When I went on my visit the players were awesome and the atmosphere was great and I really felt at home, which I didn't with many other coaches and schools. In the end I just thought it was a great fit and spot for me so I decided to commit.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

I would say just to be patient and when a school comes along and you have a great feeling about it to jump on it because spots are limited and they are being filled constantly so you need to take advantage of your opportunities. Also just keep your head up and play your game and it will work out.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

My favorite part of 3d lacrosse is the coaching style and the skills you learn from playing with them. As a defenseman who likes to carry the ball, 3d helped my game tremendously and my passing, vision, and creativity really improved. It really has molded me into an overall more versatile player. Also, all the coaches are super fun nice guys who always wanna get after it and see you improve, which is awesome as a player to have coaches like that.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The leaners, they WILL go! I like improving my in tight skills and shooting drills are really fun, they have really helped improve my overall game.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

My family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Being able to pause time. I could pause time, do whatever I want then unpause it and get away with it.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always put on my ripped elbow pad first on my left arm

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Australia mate

10. What is your favorite food?

Classic fat juicy ribeye steak and a side of bacon mac and cheese

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tough Question but either Russell Westbrook or Dez Bryant

12. Who is your favorite musician?

French Montana

13. What is the last book you read?

Percy Jackson Blood of Olympus

14. What is your favorite quote?

“The inner machinations of my mind are an enigma”-Patrick Star

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My dad

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Before I visited Hartford and talked on the phone with Coach Lawrence, I didnt really know a lot about Hartford as a program and as a school. After speaking with Coach Lawrence on the phone I really had a good feeling about him as a coach and genuinely good person. Everything he said to me was sincere he never promised anything he didn't deliver. When I went on my visit the players were awesome and the atmosphere was great and I really felt at home, which I didn't with many other coaches and schools. In the end I just thought it was a great fit and spot for me so I decided to commit.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

I would say just to be patient and when a school comes along and you have a great feeling about it to jump on it because spots are limited and they are being filled constantly so you need to take advantage of your opportunities. Also just keep your head up and play your game and it will work out.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

My favorite part of 3d lacrosse is the coaching style and the skills you learn from playing with them. As a defenseman who likes to carry the ball, 3d helped my game tremendously and my passing, vision, and creativity really improved. It really has molded me into an overall more versatile player. Also, all the coaches are super fun nice guys who always wanna get after it and see you improve, which is awesome as a player to have coaches like that.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The leaners, they WILL go! I like improving my in tight skills and shooting drills are really fun, they have really helped improve my overall game.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

My family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Being able to pause time. I could pause time, do whatever I want then unpause it and get away with it.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always put on my ripped elbow pad first on my left arm

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Australia mate

10. What is your favorite food?

Classic fat juicy ribeye steak and a side of bacon mac and cheese

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tough Question but either Russell Westbrook or Dez Bryant

12. Who is your favorite musician?

French Montana

13. What is the last book you read?

Percy Jackson Blood of Olympus

14. What is your favorite quote?

“The inner machinations of my mind are an enigma”-Patrick Star

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My dad

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

Before I visited Hartford and talked on the phone with Coach Lawrence, I didnt really know a lot about Hartford as a program and as a school. After speaking with Coach Lawrence on the phone I really had a good feeling about him as a coach and genuinely good person. Everything he said to me was sincere he never promised anything he didn't deliver. When I went on my visit the players were awesome and the atmosphere was great and I really felt at home, which I didn't with many other coaches and schools. In the end I just thought it was a great fit and spot for me so I decided to commit.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?

I would say just to be patient and when a school comes along and you have a great feeling about it to jump on it because spots are limited and they are being filled constantly so you need to take advantage of your opportunities. Also just keep your head up and play your game and it will work out.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?

My favorite part of 3d lacrosse is the coaching style and the skills you learn from playing with them. As a defenseman who likes to carry the ball, 3d helped my game tremendously and my passing, vision, and creativity really improved. It really has molded me into an overall more versatile player. Also, all the coaches are super fun nice guys who always wanna get after it and see you improve, which is awesome as a player to have coaches like that.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?

The leaners, they WILL go! I like improving my in tight skills and shooting drills are really fun, they have really helped improve my overall game.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

History

6. Name one thing that you could not live without.

My family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why?

Being able to pause time. I could pause time, do whatever I want then unpause it and get away with it.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?

I always put on my ripped elbow pad first on my left arm

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

Australia mate

10. What is your favorite food?

Classic fat juicy ribeye steak and a side of bacon mac and cheese

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Tough Question but either Russell Westbrook or Dez Bryant

12. Who is your favorite musician?

French Montana

13. What is the last book you read?

Percy Jackson Blood of Olympus

14. What is your favorite quote?

“The inner machinations of my mind are an enigma”-Patrick Star

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My dad

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Michael Navarro
'18
Adams State University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Memorial High School
Hometown:
Houston
3d Region:
Houston
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Miles Moscato
'18
Salisbury
Position:
Midfield
High School:
West Linn HS
Hometown:
West Linn, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Nate Gentile
'18
Georgetown
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Pomfret School
Hometown:
Greenville, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Nick Buonanno
'18
Colorado College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Middlesex School
Hometown:
Providence, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Nolan Quinn
'18
Lynn University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Wilton High School
Hometown:
Wilton, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Patrick Skalniak
'18
Navy
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Episcopal School of Dallas
Hometown:
Keller, TX
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
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Peter Callahan
'18
Sacred Heart
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Lighthouse Point, FL
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Reed Rissberger
'18
Utah
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
West Linn HS
Hometown:
West Linn, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
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Reese Sullivan
'18
Colorado College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Kinkaid School
Hometown:
Houston, TX
3d Region:
Houston
Q&A
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Reid Kagan
'18
Lafayette
Position:
Attack
High School:
Ridgefield
Hometown:
Ridgefield, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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RJ Barnes
'18
Virginia Military Institute
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Paul VI Catholic
Hometown:
South Riding, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
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Rob Champigny
'18
Rollins College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Williston Northampton School
Hometown:
East Longmeadow, MA
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
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Robbie Dinsmore
'18
Ithaca
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. John's Prep
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
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Ruben Santana
'18
Utah
Position:
Attack
High School:
Corona
Hometown:
Corona, CA
3d Region:
Southern California
Q&A
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Sam Cioffi
'18
University of Vermont
Position:
Attack
High School:
Lawrence Academy
Hometown:
Beverly, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to UVM because the school is great, and the campus is unbelievable.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? When you are playing in a prospect camp remember that coaches aren’t looking for the kids who try to show boat, they are looking for the kids who can show them that they could fit in their actual offense.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The training is probably the best thing about 3d Lacrosse. Without the training I don’t think I would be where I am now.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is the 3 v 2s. Whenever I think about 3d training that is all I think about.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school would probably be History.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I could probably not live without my phone.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to be able to fly because then I could fly instead of driving to places.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before I head off to a tournament I play some wall ball.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is Venice Florida where I stay with my grandparents.
10. What is your favorite food? Chicken Parm.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Tom Brady.
12. Who is your favorite musician? Wiz Khalifa
13. What is the last book you read? Lord of the Flies
14. What is your favorite quote? “Shake n’ bake!” -Ricky Bobby
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence has been my mom and dad for always bringing me to tournaments and training. Without them I wouldn’t even be a lacrosse player.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to UVM because the school is great, and the campus is unbelievable.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? When you are playing in a prospect camp remember that coaches aren’t looking for the kids who try to show boat, they are looking for the kids who can show them that they could fit in their actual offense.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The training is probably the best thing about 3d Lacrosse. Without the training I don’t think I would be where I am now.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is the 3 v 2s. Whenever I think about 3d training that is all I think about.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school would probably be History.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I could probably not live without my phone.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to be able to fly because then I could fly instead of driving to places.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before I head off to a tournament I play some wall ball.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is Venice Florida where I stay with my grandparents.
10. What is your favorite food? Chicken Parm.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Tom Brady.
12. Who is your favorite musician? Wiz Khalifa
13. What is the last book you read? Lord of the Flies
14. What is your favorite quote? “Shake n’ bake!” -Ricky Bobby
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence has been my mom and dad for always bringing me to tournaments and training. Without them I wouldn’t even be a lacrosse player.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to UVM because the school is great, and the campus is unbelievable.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? When you are playing in a prospect camp remember that coaches aren’t looking for the kids who try to show boat, they are looking for the kids who can show them that they could fit in their actual offense.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The training is probably the best thing about 3d Lacrosse. Without the training I don’t think I would be where I am now.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is the 3 v 2s. Whenever I think about 3d training that is all I think about.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school would probably be History.
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I could probably not live without my phone.
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to be able to fly because then I could fly instead of driving to places.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before I head off to a tournament I play some wall ball.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is Venice Florida where I stay with my grandparents.
10. What is your favorite food? Chicken Parm.
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Tom Brady.
12. Who is your favorite musician? Wiz Khalifa
13. What is the last book you read? Lord of the Flies
14. What is your favorite quote? “Shake n’ bake!” -Ricky Bobby
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence has been my mom and dad for always bringing me to tournaments and training. Without them I wouldn’t even be a lacrosse player.

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Sam Dwinell
'18
Denver University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Middlesex School
Hometown:
Dedham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Duke University has an outstanding and very unique tradition of combined academic and athletic excellence. Very few colleges have Duke’s incredible track record, and added to this was my unbelievably positive visit. The coaches and other members of the Duke program could not have been more open, honest and supportive. Duke was my first choice all along, but it was confirmed as soon as I met them and saw the campus, it was a place I wanted to be part of.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? It’s not always easy and it’s probably overly simplistic advice, but keep your grades as high as you can to increase the number of schools you have to look at.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The consistency and depth of teaching that 3d offers is unmatched. Coach Jenkins has been with me since I was a young kid, and he was actually a coach of mine before I even joined 3d. It has been the individual teaching from coaches like him that has been so strong. When you combine that with the structure and systems the entire club teaches nationally, it has a really positive impact.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The mix of personalized teaching and coaching, combined with the club-wide offensive and defensive systems allows us to play with each other as a regional team or even a national one. I’ve been part of a U-15 National championship team and a 3d Atlantic team that were unreal to be a part of, and those teams played so well due to that system.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? I tend to like more verbal subjects like English and History, but I had a good spring semester in Algebra so maybe things will change!

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Family and good friends. I know that’s two things but I can’t choose.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? The ability to fix other peoples’ problems.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any real rituals, but do make sure my equipment is in good shape, and like to make sure my sticks are taped the way I like.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? I go to the Connecticut shore to vacation with one set of grandparents, and the New Hampshire lakes to vacation with the other. Those are my favorite vacation spots.

10. What is your favorite food? I like bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for breakfast, and cheeseburgers for lunch or dinner.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? I’m a Boston Canons fan and have always liked Paul Rabil, even though he was traded. He’s also a great midfielder which is my position

12. Who is your favorite musician? U2, been a great band for a long time now.

13. What is the last book you read? Friday Night Lights …. It’s a great read.

14. What is your favorite quote? “It’s always a great a great day to play the game” – Ned Herter, my Middlesex School coach

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Coach Herter, Dave Jenkins and my parents.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Duke University has an outstanding and very unique tradition of combined academic and athletic excellence. Very few colleges have Duke’s incredible track record, and added to this was my unbelievably positive visit. The coaches and other members of the Duke program could not have been more open, honest and supportive. Duke was my first choice all along, but it was confirmed as soon as I met them and saw the campus, it was a place I wanted to be part of.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? It’s not always easy and it’s probably overly simplistic advice, but keep your grades as high as you can to increase the number of schools you have to look at.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The consistency and depth of teaching that 3d offers is unmatched. Coach Jenkins has been with me since I was a young kid, and he was actually a coach of mine before I even joined 3d. It has been the individual teaching from coaches like him that has been so strong. When you combine that with the structure and systems the entire club teaches nationally, it has a really positive impact.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The mix of personalized teaching and coaching, combined with the club-wide offensive and defensive systems allows us to play with each other as a regional team or even a national one. I’ve been part of a U-15 National championship team and a 3d Atlantic team that were unreal to be a part of, and those teams played so well due to that system.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? I tend to like more verbal subjects like English and History, but I had a good spring semester in Algebra so maybe things will change!

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Family and good friends. I know that’s two things but I can’t choose.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? The ability to fix other peoples’ problems.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any real rituals, but do make sure my equipment is in good shape, and like to make sure my sticks are taped the way I like.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? I go to the Connecticut shore to vacation with one set of grandparents, and the New Hampshire lakes to vacation with the other. Those are my favorite vacation spots.

10. What is your favorite food? I like bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for breakfast, and cheeseburgers for lunch or dinner.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? I’m a Boston Canons fan and have always liked Paul Rabil, even though he was traded. He’s also a great midfielder which is my position

12. Who is your favorite musician? U2, been a great band for a long time now.

13. What is the last book you read? Friday Night Lights …. It’s a great read.

14. What is your favorite quote? “It’s always a great a great day to play the game” – Ned Herter, my Middlesex School coach

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Coach Herter, Dave Jenkins and my parents.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Duke University has an outstanding and very unique tradition of combined academic and athletic excellence. Very few colleges have Duke’s incredible track record, and added to this was my unbelievably positive visit. The coaches and other members of the Duke program could not have been more open, honest and supportive. Duke was my first choice all along, but it was confirmed as soon as I met them and saw the campus, it was a place I wanted to be part of.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? It’s not always easy and it’s probably overly simplistic advice, but keep your grades as high as you can to increase the number of schools you have to look at.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The consistency and depth of teaching that 3d offers is unmatched. Coach Jenkins has been with me since I was a young kid, and he was actually a coach of mine before I even joined 3d. It has been the individual teaching from coaches like him that has been so strong. When you combine that with the structure and systems the entire club teaches nationally, it has a really positive impact.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The mix of personalized teaching and coaching, combined with the club-wide offensive and defensive systems allows us to play with each other as a regional team or even a national one. I’ve been part of a U-15 National championship team and a 3d Atlantic team that were unreal to be a part of, and those teams played so well due to that system.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? I tend to like more verbal subjects like English and History, but I had a good spring semester in Algebra so maybe things will change!

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Family and good friends. I know that’s two things but I can’t choose.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? The ability to fix other peoples’ problems.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any real rituals, but do make sure my equipment is in good shape, and like to make sure my sticks are taped the way I like.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? I go to the Connecticut shore to vacation with one set of grandparents, and the New Hampshire lakes to vacation with the other. Those are my favorite vacation spots.

10. What is your favorite food? I like bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for breakfast, and cheeseburgers for lunch or dinner.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? I’m a Boston Canons fan and have always liked Paul Rabil, even though he was traded. He’s also a great midfielder which is my position

12. Who is your favorite musician? U2, been a great band for a long time now.

13. What is the last book you read? Friday Night Lights …. It’s a great read.

14. What is your favorite quote? “It’s always a great a great day to play the game” – Ned Herter, my Middlesex School coach

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Coach Herter, Dave Jenkins and my parents.

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Sam Fulton
'18
Whittier
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Proctor Academy
Hometown:
Boston, MA
3d Region:
New England
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Sam Handley
'18
University of Pennsylvania
Position:
Attack
High School:
Jesuit
Hometown:
Portland, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
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Sean Grogan
'18
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
New Hampton School
Hometown:
Fox Point, Wisconsin
3d Region:
New England
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Sean Kenneally
'18
Sonoma State
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Los Alamitos
Hometown:
Rossmoor, CA
3d Region:
Southland
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