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.

2015

Aaron Maslow
'15
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Needham High School
Hometown:
Needham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Because it is an excellent school for academics and lacrosse. Not to mention the campus and Colorado in general are beautiful.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be proactive when talking to schools. Seek them out don’t wait for them to come to you.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Being able to play with so many high level players

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The box lacrosse leagues and training

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Being able to fly because you can go anywhere you want whenever you want

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I do my stretches in a certain routine

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Anywhere I can snowboard

10. What is your favorite food? Chicken Parmesan

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Rob Pannell

12. Who is your favorite musician? Don’t have one

13. What is the last book you read? Unbroken

14. What is your favorite quote? “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My dad, all my coaches and friends

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Because it is an excellent school for academics and lacrosse. Not to mention the campus and Colorado in general are beautiful.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be proactive when talking to schools. Seek them out don’t wait for them to come to you.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Being able to play with so many high level players

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The box lacrosse leagues and training

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Being able to fly because you can go anywhere you want whenever you want

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I do my stretches in a certain routine

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Anywhere I can snowboard

10. What is your favorite food? Chicken Parmesan

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Rob Pannell

12. Who is your favorite musician? Don’t have one

13. What is the last book you read? Unbroken

14. What is your favorite quote? “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My dad, all my coaches and friends

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Because it is an excellent school for academics and lacrosse. Not to mention the campus and Colorado in general are beautiful.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be proactive when talking to schools. Seek them out don’t wait for them to come to you.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Being able to play with so many high level players

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The box lacrosse leagues and training

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Being able to fly because you can go anywhere you want whenever you want

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I do my stretches in a certain routine

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Anywhere I can snowboard

10. What is your favorite food? Chicken Parmesan

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Rob Pannell

12. Who is your favorite musician? Don’t have one

13. What is the last book you read? Unbroken

14. What is your favorite quote? “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My dad, all my coaches and friends

Adam Chodos
'15
University of Vermont
Position:
Midfield
High School:
New Trier High School
Hometown:
Illinois
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I have several 3D teammates that have committed to UVM who I have established good friendships with.  I have also really enjoyed my visits to the school on various prospect days.   I like the coaching staff, the way they recruited me and their approach to the game.  Lastly, my dad is an alumnus of UVM and actually played on the first Varsity Lacrosse team for UVM in 1978.  I feel a real family connection to this school and am excited about playing there and attending this great school on Lake Champlain.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Number one, get with a good program like 3D where the coaches understand the college game, know the players in the recruiting process and develop players to their full potential.   Next thing is to work hard on your game, all aspects of it all the time.  You can never practice enough and never be strong enough.   Third figure out the schools that will be a good fit for you, academically, locationally and socially, so that if for some reason you end up not playing lacrosse there that you are glad to be there regardless.   Most importantly, play hard and be a good teammate to your team members and hustle like heck between the restraining lines, college coaches watch that a lot.  They know they can teach you the game once you get to their program; they really want to see your heart, your willingness to recover if you make a mistake.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching is terrific, all aspects of it.  Joining 3D changed my lacrosse career path.  Without 3D, I’m pretty sure I would not be going to UVM today.   Dave Jenkins, Matt Rowley, Mark Goodrich, all the coaches that have coached teams I’ve played on are great and the facilities they have access to all make the program second to none.  They know all the college coaches well, and know how to match players to programs and staff.  They teach you how to play the college game.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? I’d have to say that the D-1 commit camp at the end of the summer this past year was really outstanding. The box camp in Canada was great too.  Playing on the Vail Team was a blast and all the tournaments were terrific.  I particularly liked King of the Hill this year, our team was really strong and we lost only one game in the Championship unfortunately, by one goal.

What is your favorite subject in school? I enjoy all my classes in school; New Treir HS is a great place to go to school.   I will miss it when I go to college but know that the teachers there have prepared me well to succeed in College.  If there were one subject I like the most, it would be History.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without Chipotle Tabasco. I put it on everything and it taste amazing.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Samaria sword. The reason why is because it works for the lady in the Walking dead.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? After every tournament, my Dad and I go to the nearest Chipotle.  It’s a must for us.  I get three soft shell tacos and a burrito bowl and chow down big time.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen Colorado.  We have been going there as a family since the day I was born.  My favorite sport, after Lacrosse is skiing. 

What is your favorite food? Chipotle… what else is there? 

Who is your favorite athlete? Lionel Messi is one of my favorites.

Who is your favorite musician? Avicii

What is the last book you read? Things we carry. 

What is your favorite quote? The Man in the Arena, by Theodore Roosevelt.

“It is not the critic who counts;
not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles,
or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.
The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena,
Who’s face is marred by dust and sweat and blood;
who strives valiantly; who errs, and comes short again and again,
because there is no effort without error and shortcoming;
but who does actually strive to do the deeds;
who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions;
who spends himself in a worthy cause;
who at the best knows in the end triumph
of high achievement, and who at the worse,
if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly,
so that his place shall never be with those cold and
timid souls who know neither victory or defeat.”
President Theodore Roosevelt
at the Sorbonne in Paris on April 23, 1910

Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad, they’ve always been there for me and no way I would be doing all the great things I’ve had the chance to do without them.  Period.

 

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I have several 3D teammates that have committed to UVM who I have established good friendships with.  I have also really enjoyed my visits to the school on various prospect days.   I like the coaching staff, the way they recruited me and their approach to the game.  Lastly, my dad is an alumnus of UVM and actually played on the first Varsity Lacrosse team for UVM in 1978.  I feel a real family connection to this school and am excited about playing there and attending this great school on Lake Champlain.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Number one, get with a good program like 3D where the coaches understand the college game, know the players in the recruiting process and develop players to their full potential.   Next thing is to work hard on your game, all aspects of it all the time.  You can never practice enough and never be strong enough.   Third figure out the schools that will be a good fit for you, academically, locationally and socially, so that if for some reason you end up not playing lacrosse there that you are glad to be there regardless.   Most importantly, play hard and be a good teammate to your team members and hustle like heck between the restraining lines, college coaches watch that a lot.  They know they can teach you the game once you get to their program; they really want to see your heart, your willingness to recover if you make a mistake.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching is terrific, all aspects of it.  Joining 3D changed my lacrosse career path.  Without 3D, I’m pretty sure I would not be going to UVM today.   Dave Jenkins, Matt Rowley, Mark Goodrich, all the coaches that have coached teams I’ve played on are great and the facilities they have access to all make the program second to none.  They know all the college coaches well, and know how to match players to programs and staff.  They teach you how to play the college game.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? I’d have to say that the D-1 commit camp at the end of the summer this past year was really outstanding. The box camp in Canada was great too.  Playing on the Vail Team was a blast and all the tournaments were terrific.  I particularly liked King of the Hill this year, our team was really strong and we lost only one game in the Championship unfortunately, by one goal.

What is your favorite subject in school? I enjoy all my classes in school; New Treir HS is a great place to go to school.   I will miss it when I go to college but know that the teachers there have prepared me well to succeed in College.  If there were one subject I like the most, it would be History.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without Chipotle Tabasco. I put it on everything and it taste amazing.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Samaria sword. The reason why is because it works for the lady in the Walking dead.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? After every tournament, my Dad and I go to the nearest Chipotle.  It’s a must for us.  I get three soft shell tacos and a burrito bowl and chow down big time.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen Colorado.  We have been going there as a family since the day I was born.  My favorite sport, after Lacrosse is skiing. 

What is your favorite food? Chipotle… what else is there? 

Who is your favorite athlete? Lionel Messi is one of my favorites.

Who is your favorite musician? Avicii

What is the last book you read? Things we carry. 

What is your favorite quote? The Man in the Arena, by Theodore Roosevelt.

“It is not the critic who counts;
not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles,
or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.
The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena,
Who’s face is marred by dust and sweat and blood;
who strives valiantly; who errs, and comes short again and again,
because there is no effort without error and shortcoming;
but who does actually strive to do the deeds;
who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions;
who spends himself in a worthy cause;
who at the best knows in the end triumph
of high achievement, and who at the worse,
if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly,
so that his place shall never be with those cold and
timid souls who know neither victory or defeat.”
President Theodore Roosevelt
at the Sorbonne in Paris on April 23, 1910

Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad, they’ve always been there for me and no way I would be doing all the great things I’ve had the chance to do without them.  Period.

 

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I have several 3D teammates that have committed to UVM who I have established good friendships with.  I have also really enjoyed my visits to the school on various prospect days.   I like the coaching staff, the way they recruited me and their approach to the game.  Lastly, my dad is an alumnus of UVM and actually played on the first Varsity Lacrosse team for UVM in 1978.  I feel a real family connection to this school and am excited about playing there and attending this great school on Lake Champlain.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Number one, get with a good program like 3D where the coaches understand the college game, know the players in the recruiting process and develop players to their full potential.   Next thing is to work hard on your game, all aspects of it all the time.  You can never practice enough and never be strong enough.   Third figure out the schools that will be a good fit for you, academically, locationally and socially, so that if for some reason you end up not playing lacrosse there that you are glad to be there regardless.   Most importantly, play hard and be a good teammate to your team members and hustle like heck between the restraining lines, college coaches watch that a lot.  They know they can teach you the game once you get to their program; they really want to see your heart, your willingness to recover if you make a mistake.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching is terrific, all aspects of it.  Joining 3D changed my lacrosse career path.  Without 3D, I’m pretty sure I would not be going to UVM today.   Dave Jenkins, Matt Rowley, Mark Goodrich, all the coaches that have coached teams I’ve played on are great and the facilities they have access to all make the program second to none.  They know all the college coaches well, and know how to match players to programs and staff.  They teach you how to play the college game.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? I’d have to say that the D-1 commit camp at the end of the summer this past year was really outstanding. The box camp in Canada was great too.  Playing on the Vail Team was a blast and all the tournaments were terrific.  I particularly liked King of the Hill this year, our team was really strong and we lost only one game in the Championship unfortunately, by one goal.

What is your favorite subject in school? I enjoy all my classes in school; New Treir HS is a great place to go to school.   I will miss it when I go to college but know that the teachers there have prepared me well to succeed in College.  If there were one subject I like the most, it would be History.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without Chipotle Tabasco. I put it on everything and it taste amazing.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Samaria sword. The reason why is because it works for the lady in the Walking dead.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? After every tournament, my Dad and I go to the nearest Chipotle.  It’s a must for us.  I get three soft shell tacos and a burrito bowl and chow down big time.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen Colorado.  We have been going there as a family since the day I was born.  My favorite sport, after Lacrosse is skiing. 

What is your favorite food? Chipotle… what else is there? 

Who is your favorite athlete? Lionel Messi is one of my favorites.

Who is your favorite musician? Avicii

What is the last book you read? Things we carry. 

What is your favorite quote? The Man in the Arena, by Theodore Roosevelt.

“It is not the critic who counts;
not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles,
or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.
The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena,
Who’s face is marred by dust and sweat and blood;
who strives valiantly; who errs, and comes short again and again,
because there is no effort without error and shortcoming;
but who does actually strive to do the deeds;
who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions;
who spends himself in a worthy cause;
who at the best knows in the end triumph
of high achievement, and who at the worse,
if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly,
so that his place shall never be with those cold and
timid souls who know neither victory or defeat.”
President Theodore Roosevelt
at the Sorbonne in Paris on April 23, 1910

Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad, they’ve always been there for me and no way I would be doing all the great things I’ve had the chance to do without them.  Period.

 

Ben Bechter
'15
Hobart
Position:
Attack
High School:
Regis Jesuit
Hometown:
Denver
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Hobart because it had the right feel. As soon as I visited and stepped on campus I felt like it was a place that I could call home for 4 years. The campus was beautiful, the coaches were awesome, and all of the players were very welcoming. It felt like the right place for me.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be patient. The recruiting process is very flawed but if you keep working hard and playing well then you will end up at the right place for you.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like all of the friendships that I have made and strengthened at 3d. There is nothing like training, traveling, and playing with a great group of guys and great coaches.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? The coaches at 3d are very hands on and they want you to improve. The drills and methodology are designed to push players to improve and be the best they can be.
What is your favorite subject in school? Economics
Name one thing that you could not live without. My dogs
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? A chainsaw because then nobody would mess with me in the first place
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I prepare the same way for every high school game. I wear the same pair of socks for every game and I do all of my stretches in the same order in the locker room. For every home game right after school I go down to Subway eat with some of the guys and then go to King Soopers to get Gatorade energy gummies. After that we go up to the locker room and listen to the Pitch Perfect soundtrack while throwing the ball around.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Costa Rica
What is your favorite food? Buffalo wings
Who is your favorite athlete? Nathan MacKinnon
Who is your favorite musician? Jack Johnson
What is the last book you read? Lords of Discipline
What is your favorite quote? “You can’t change the world until you first change yourself”-Notorious BIG
Who has been your biggest influence? My friends and family who have always supported me and been there for me

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Hobart because it had the right feel. As soon as I visited and stepped on campus I felt like it was a place that I could call home for 4 years. The campus was beautiful, the coaches were awesome, and all of the players were very welcoming. It felt like the right place for me.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be patient. The recruiting process is very flawed but if you keep working hard and playing well then you will end up at the right place for you.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like all of the friendships that I have made and strengthened at 3d. There is nothing like training, traveling, and playing with a great group of guys and great coaches.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? The coaches at 3d are very hands on and they want you to improve. The drills and methodology are designed to push players to improve and be the best they can be.
What is your favorite subject in school? Economics
Name one thing that you could not live without. My dogs
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? A chainsaw because then nobody would mess with me in the first place
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I prepare the same way for every high school game. I wear the same pair of socks for every game and I do all of my stretches in the same order in the locker room. For every home game right after school I go down to Subway eat with some of the guys and then go to King Soopers to get Gatorade energy gummies. After that we go up to the locker room and listen to the Pitch Perfect soundtrack while throwing the ball around.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Costa Rica
What is your favorite food? Buffalo wings
Who is your favorite athlete? Nathan MacKinnon
Who is your favorite musician? Jack Johnson
What is the last book you read? Lords of Discipline
What is your favorite quote? “You can’t change the world until you first change yourself”-Notorious BIG
Who has been your biggest influence? My friends and family who have always supported me and been there for me

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Hobart because it had the right feel. As soon as I visited and stepped on campus I felt like it was a place that I could call home for 4 years. The campus was beautiful, the coaches were awesome, and all of the players were very welcoming. It felt like the right place for me.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be patient. The recruiting process is very flawed but if you keep working hard and playing well then you will end up at the right place for you.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like all of the friendships that I have made and strengthened at 3d. There is nothing like training, traveling, and playing with a great group of guys and great coaches.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? The coaches at 3d are very hands on and they want you to improve. The drills and methodology are designed to push players to improve and be the best they can be.
What is your favorite subject in school? Economics
Name one thing that you could not live without. My dogs
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? A chainsaw because then nobody would mess with me in the first place
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I prepare the same way for every high school game. I wear the same pair of socks for every game and I do all of my stretches in the same order in the locker room. For every home game right after school I go down to Subway eat with some of the guys and then go to King Soopers to get Gatorade energy gummies. After that we go up to the locker room and listen to the Pitch Perfect soundtrack while throwing the ball around.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Costa Rica
What is your favorite food? Buffalo wings
Who is your favorite athlete? Nathan MacKinnon
Who is your favorite musician? Jack Johnson
What is the last book you read? Lords of Discipline
What is your favorite quote? “You can’t change the world until you first change yourself”-Notorious BIG
Who has been your biggest influence? My friends and family who have always supported me and been there for me

Ben Fredricks
'15
University of Hartford
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Santa Fe Christian
Hometown:
Carlsbad, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose the University of Hartford because of their strong academics and for the opportunity to play Division 1 lacrosse under a great coaching staff.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The most important tip is to get video out early and to attend your top schools prospects days.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse has helped me and many other kids on my teams have this opportunity to play lacrosse at the next level. 3d is great because the coaches really take the time to help you throughout the recruiting process.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? 3d training evolved me into a better player in all aspects of my game.

What is your favorite subject in school? History

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I use an STX Shield with a Warrior Burn Pro attack shaft strung by me.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always put my right cleat on before my left.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Cabo

What is your favorite food? Mexican

Who is your favorite athlete? Philip Rivers

Who is your favorite musician? Blink 182

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose the University of Hartford because of their strong academics and for the opportunity to play Division 1 lacrosse under a great coaching staff.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The most important tip is to get video out early and to attend your top schools prospects days.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse has helped me and many other kids on my teams have this opportunity to play lacrosse at the next level. 3d is great because the coaches really take the time to help you throughout the recruiting process.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? 3d training evolved me into a better player in all aspects of my game.

What is your favorite subject in school? History

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I use an STX Shield with a Warrior Burn Pro attack shaft strung by me.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always put my right cleat on before my left.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Cabo

What is your favorite food? Mexican

Who is your favorite athlete? Philip Rivers

Who is your favorite musician? Blink 182

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose the University of Hartford because of their strong academics and for the opportunity to play Division 1 lacrosse under a great coaching staff.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The most important tip is to get video out early and to attend your top schools prospects days.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse has helped me and many other kids on my teams have this opportunity to play lacrosse at the next level. 3d is great because the coaches really take the time to help you throughout the recruiting process.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? 3d training evolved me into a better player in all aspects of my game.

What is your favorite subject in school? History

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I use an STX Shield with a Warrior Burn Pro attack shaft strung by me.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always put my right cleat on before my left.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Cabo

What is your favorite food? Mexican

Who is your favorite athlete? Philip Rivers

Who is your favorite musician? Blink 182

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

Brett Quartuccio
'15
Delaware
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Regis Jesuit
Hometown:
Parker, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Bryan Hancock
'15
Hobart
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Mountain Vista
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Hobart because the campus was exactly what I was looking for with the small town and close knit community feel. Coach Raymond and the rest of the coaching staff are awesome guys with a big vision for the program and I cannot wait to be a part of that.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? To take it slow. I know a lot of college coaches want to recruit the next big stud out of elementary school and that kid will commit there right away, but in all honesty, taking time to weigh all the options, visit a lot of schools, and find what is best for you is what is most important. Also, ask as many questions as possible to make sure that it really is what you want.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Playing with kids you normally would have a rivalry against, but actually could also play against in college. It just so happens that I will get to play with another couple of 3d players at Hobart so that’s really exciting. The training and coaches are top notch as well, demanding a lot from players, and the ever evolving 3d methodology is amazing.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Just so much time out on the field and in the box made my skills a hundred times better and that made it my favorite part.
What is your favorite subject in school? I am an English kinda guy. I love reading and writing and both come much more naturally than any other subject.
Name one thing that you could not live without. Sports. Whether it’s lacrosse or hockey, I couldn’t go a day without them.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? RP3x head and STX Katana box shaft. I enjoy the weight of the katana matched with the ability to face off with the RP3x.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any. I just like to visualize different game situations at random times during the day, but otherwise I just get ready to go out and play.
What is your favorite vacation spot? California
What is your favorite food? Tacos
Who is your favorite athlete? Luc Robitaille
Who is your favorite musician? Rise Against
What is the last book you read? Grapes of Wrath
What is your favorite quote? “How do you go from where you are to where you wanna be? And I think you have to have an enthusiasm for life. You have to have a dream, a goal. And you have to be willing to work for it.” Jim Valvano
Who has been your biggest influence? Joel Weeks. My old hockey coach who really helped me grow up and be a man. I wouldn’t be who I am today without him.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Hobart because the campus was exactly what I was looking for with the small town and close knit community feel. Coach Raymond and the rest of the coaching staff are awesome guys with a big vision for the program and I cannot wait to be a part of that.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? To take it slow. I know a lot of college coaches want to recruit the next big stud out of elementary school and that kid will commit there right away, but in all honesty, taking time to weigh all the options, visit a lot of schools, and find what is best for you is what is most important. Also, ask as many questions as possible to make sure that it really is what you want.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Playing with kids you normally would have a rivalry against, but actually could also play against in college. It just so happens that I will get to play with another couple of 3d players at Hobart so that’s really exciting. The training and coaches are top notch as well, demanding a lot from players, and the ever evolving 3d methodology is amazing.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Just so much time out on the field and in the box made my skills a hundred times better and that made it my favorite part.
What is your favorite subject in school? I am an English kinda guy. I love reading and writing and both come much more naturally than any other subject.
Name one thing that you could not live without. Sports. Whether it’s lacrosse or hockey, I couldn’t go a day without them.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? RP3x head and STX Katana box shaft. I enjoy the weight of the katana matched with the ability to face off with the RP3x.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any. I just like to visualize different game situations at random times during the day, but otherwise I just get ready to go out and play.
What is your favorite vacation spot? California
What is your favorite food? Tacos
Who is your favorite athlete? Luc Robitaille
Who is your favorite musician? Rise Against
What is the last book you read? Grapes of Wrath
What is your favorite quote? “How do you go from where you are to where you wanna be? And I think you have to have an enthusiasm for life. You have to have a dream, a goal. And you have to be willing to work for it.” Jim Valvano
Who has been your biggest influence? Joel Weeks. My old hockey coach who really helped me grow up and be a man. I wouldn’t be who I am today without him.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Hobart because the campus was exactly what I was looking for with the small town and close knit community feel. Coach Raymond and the rest of the coaching staff are awesome guys with a big vision for the program and I cannot wait to be a part of that.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? To take it slow. I know a lot of college coaches want to recruit the next big stud out of elementary school and that kid will commit there right away, but in all honesty, taking time to weigh all the options, visit a lot of schools, and find what is best for you is what is most important. Also, ask as many questions as possible to make sure that it really is what you want.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Playing with kids you normally would have a rivalry against, but actually could also play against in college. It just so happens that I will get to play with another couple of 3d players at Hobart so that’s really exciting. The training and coaches are top notch as well, demanding a lot from players, and the ever evolving 3d methodology is amazing.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Just so much time out on the field and in the box made my skills a hundred times better and that made it my favorite part.
What is your favorite subject in school? I am an English kinda guy. I love reading and writing and both come much more naturally than any other subject.
Name one thing that you could not live without. Sports. Whether it’s lacrosse or hockey, I couldn’t go a day without them.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? RP3x head and STX Katana box shaft. I enjoy the weight of the katana matched with the ability to face off with the RP3x.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any. I just like to visualize different game situations at random times during the day, but otherwise I just get ready to go out and play.
What is your favorite vacation spot? California
What is your favorite food? Tacos
Who is your favorite athlete? Luc Robitaille
Who is your favorite musician? Rise Against
What is the last book you read? Grapes of Wrath
What is your favorite quote? “How do you go from where you are to where you wanna be? And I think you have to have an enthusiasm for life. You have to have a dream, a goal. And you have to be willing to work for it.” Jim Valvano
Who has been your biggest influence? Joel Weeks. My old hockey coach who really helped me grow up and be a man. I wouldn’t be who I am today without him.

Bryce Womack
'15
Sewanee
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Salisbury School
Hometown:
Schwenksville, PA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Cam Nolting
'15
Dartmouth
Position:
Midfield
High School:
South Burlington High School
Hometown:
South Burlington, VT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Dartmouth because I know it is a school where I will be challenged academically and receive exceptional coaching from a devoted coaching staff. Also, I really like the quaint town of Hanover and the beautiful campus.

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 advise players to stay focused and stay determined. Go all out during every game and never take a play off. Talk to coaches and assert yourself as a confident player on and off the field. Also, be patient and never lose faith, there will be a school for you.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love how passionate the coaches are about their players. Coach Goodrich was extremely instrumental in my success in the program. He encouraged me every step of the way which allowed me to play to my utmost potential every time I stepped on the field. Also, the bonds you form with the other players on your team are incredible. I have made friends that I will never forget. Lastly, David Jenkins was a huge help in my process. He truly cared for me and my family and I am grateful for everything he has done for me.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Every 3d game was a blast. The level of competition was incredible.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is AP English. I have always loved reading, writing, and words.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Burt’s Bees peppermint chap stick

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Invisibility so I could chill on the doorstep and my defender would have no idea.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always drink a Red Bull and dance in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? In the summer it would be Cape Cod but in the winter it would be Montreal.

10. What is your favorite food? There’s nothing like a good lamb chop.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Rob Gronkowski

12. Who is your favorite musician? What So Not

13. What is the last book you read? The Kite Runner

14. What is your favorite quote? “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. 'Til your good is better and your better is best.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Dad has been extremely influential throughout my life and especially during my recruiting process. Thank you.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Dartmouth because I know it is a school where I will be challenged academically and receive exceptional coaching from a devoted coaching staff. Also, I really like the quaint town of Hanover and the beautiful campus.

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 advise players to stay focused and stay determined. Go all out during every game and never take a play off. Talk to coaches and assert yourself as a confident player on and off the field. Also, be patient and never lose faith, there will be a school for you.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love how passionate the coaches are about their players. Coach Goodrich was extremely instrumental in my success in the program. He encouraged me every step of the way which allowed me to play to my utmost potential every time I stepped on the field. Also, the bonds you form with the other players on your team are incredible. I have made friends that I will never forget. Lastly, David Jenkins was a huge help in my process. He truly cared for me and my family and I am grateful for everything he has done for me.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Every 3d game was a blast. The level of competition was incredible.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is AP English. I have always loved reading, writing, and words.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Burt’s Bees peppermint chap stick

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Invisibility so I could chill on the doorstep and my defender would have no idea.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always drink a Red Bull and dance in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? In the summer it would be Cape Cod but in the winter it would be Montreal.

10. What is your favorite food? There’s nothing like a good lamb chop.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Rob Gronkowski

12. Who is your favorite musician? What So Not

13. What is the last book you read? The Kite Runner

14. What is your favorite quote? “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. 'Til your good is better and your better is best.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Dad has been extremely influential throughout my life and especially during my recruiting process. Thank you.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Dartmouth because I know it is a school where I will be challenged academically and receive exceptional coaching from a devoted coaching staff. Also, I really like the quaint town of Hanover and the beautiful campus.

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 advise players to stay focused and stay determined. Go all out during every game and never take a play off. Talk to coaches and assert yourself as a confident player on and off the field. Also, be patient and never lose faith, there will be a school for you.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love how passionate the coaches are about their players. Coach Goodrich was extremely instrumental in my success in the program. He encouraged me every step of the way which allowed me to play to my utmost potential every time I stepped on the field. Also, the bonds you form with the other players on your team are incredible. I have made friends that I will never forget. Lastly, David Jenkins was a huge help in my process. He truly cared for me and my family and I am grateful for everything he has done for me.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Every 3d game was a blast. The level of competition was incredible.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is AP English. I have always loved reading, writing, and words.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Burt’s Bees peppermint chap stick

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Invisibility so I could chill on the doorstep and my defender would have no idea.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always drink a Red Bull and dance in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? In the summer it would be Cape Cod but in the winter it would be Montreal.

10. What is your favorite food? There’s nothing like a good lamb chop.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Rob Gronkowski

12. Who is your favorite musician? What So Not

13. What is the last book you read? The Kite Runner

14. What is your favorite quote? “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. 'Til your good is better and your better is best.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Dad has been extremely influential throughout my life and especially during my recruiting process. Thank you.

Chad Morse
'15
Hamilton
Position:
High School:
St. Paul's School
Hometown:
Beverly, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Chase Konkel
'15
Delaware
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Regis Jesuit
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Chet Dunstan
'15
Air Force
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Regis Jesuit
Hometown:
Aurora, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Danny Healey
'15
Colgate
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
The Governor's Academy
Hometown:
Merrimac, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I want to play Division 1 lacrosse, but a challenging academic school is equally important. The coach really impressed me as did the team members I met. I stayed for an overnight and really felt like it will be a great fit. The campus is beautiful and the size of the school is what I am looking for.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t get discouraged if things don’t happen for you in your freshman year and your friends are all committing. Hold out for a school that you really think will be a good fit, not just to play D1 lacrosse.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Making new friends and getting to play with really talented players.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box Lacrosse.

What is your favorite subject in school? Marine Biology.

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

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Flame Thrower, because it is indestructible.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I wear the same boxers for every pre-game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen Colorado.

What is your favorite food? Chipotle burritos.

Who is your favorite athlete? LeBron James.

Who is your favorite musician? Lil Wayne.

What is the last book you read? King Lear.

What is your favorite quote? “Either you know it, or you don’t.”

Who has been your biggest influence? High School Coach Peter Bidstrup.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I want to play Division 1 lacrosse, but a challenging academic school is equally important. The coach really impressed me as did the team members I met. I stayed for an overnight and really felt like it will be a great fit. The campus is beautiful and the size of the school is what I am looking for.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t get discouraged if things don’t happen for you in your freshman year and your friends are all committing. Hold out for a school that you really think will be a good fit, not just to play D1 lacrosse.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Making new friends and getting to play with really talented players.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box Lacrosse.

What is your favorite subject in school? Marine Biology.

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

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Flame Thrower, because it is indestructible.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I wear the same boxers for every pre-game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen Colorado.

What is your favorite food? Chipotle burritos.

Who is your favorite athlete? LeBron James.

Who is your favorite musician? Lil Wayne.

What is the last book you read? King Lear.

What is your favorite quote? “Either you know it, or you don’t.”

Who has been your biggest influence? High School Coach Peter Bidstrup.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I want to play Division 1 lacrosse, but a challenging academic school is equally important. The coach really impressed me as did the team members I met. I stayed for an overnight and really felt like it will be a great fit. The campus is beautiful and the size of the school is what I am looking for.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t get discouraged if things don’t happen for you in your freshman year and your friends are all committing. Hold out for a school that you really think will be a good fit, not just to play D1 lacrosse.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Making new friends and getting to play with really talented players.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box Lacrosse.

What is your favorite subject in school? Marine Biology.

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

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Flame Thrower, because it is indestructible.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I wear the same boxers for every pre-game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen Colorado.

What is your favorite food? Chipotle burritos.

Who is your favorite athlete? LeBron James.

Who is your favorite musician? Lil Wayne.

What is the last book you read? King Lear.

What is your favorite quote? “Either you know it, or you don’t.”

Who has been your biggest influence? High School Coach Peter Bidstrup.

Elliott Mitchell
'15
Vermont
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Champlain Valley Union High School
Hometown:
Charlotte, VT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Griffin Thoreck
'15
Lynchburg College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Cape Elizabeth High School
Hometown:
Cape Elizabeth, ME
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Gunnar Sveen
'15
Babson College
Position:
High School:
Kent Dever
Hometown:
Cherry Hills, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Babson College because it gives me the opportunity to challenge myself academically as well as on the lacrosse field and the coaching staff is great.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Relax. Don’t worry if one slips through the cracks. Pursue schools that you can see yourself at even if you weren't playing lacrosse.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Since I first started playing for 3d in middle school, I’ve had the privilege of developing under some of the best coaches and mentors I could ask for-they’re truly top notch.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box. Box lacrosse is an absolute blast and goes a long way in developing your stick skills.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Economics
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Water
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to fly because it’d be sweet to never have to worry about traffic or planes.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I like to eat a big breakfast.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Norway
10. What is your favorite food? NY Strip Steak
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Adrian Peterson
12. Who is your favorite musician? Probably Luke Bryan or Zach Brown Band
13. What is the last book you read? Too Big to Fail by Andrew Ross Sorkin. Great book
14. What is your favorite quote? “Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music.”-Ronald Reagan
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My dad.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Babson College because it gives me the opportunity to challenge myself academically as well as on the lacrosse field and the coaching staff is great.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Relax. Don’t worry if one slips through the cracks. Pursue schools that you can see yourself at even if you weren't playing lacrosse.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Since I first started playing for 3d in middle school, I’ve had the privilege of developing under some of the best coaches and mentors I could ask for-they’re truly top notch.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box. Box lacrosse is an absolute blast and goes a long way in developing your stick skills.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Economics
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Water
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to fly because it’d be sweet to never have to worry about traffic or planes.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I like to eat a big breakfast.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Norway
10. What is your favorite food? NY Strip Steak
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Adrian Peterson
12. Who is your favorite musician? Probably Luke Bryan or Zach Brown Band
13. What is the last book you read? Too Big to Fail by Andrew Ross Sorkin. Great book
14. What is your favorite quote? “Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music.”-Ronald Reagan
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My dad.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Babson College because it gives me the opportunity to challenge myself academically as well as on the lacrosse field and the coaching staff is great.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Relax. Don’t worry if one slips through the cracks. Pursue schools that you can see yourself at even if you weren't playing lacrosse.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Since I first started playing for 3d in middle school, I’ve had the privilege of developing under some of the best coaches and mentors I could ask for-they’re truly top notch.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box. Box lacrosse is an absolute blast and goes a long way in developing your stick skills.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Economics
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Water
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to fly because it’d be sweet to never have to worry about traffic or planes.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I like to eat a big breakfast.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Norway
10. What is your favorite food? NY Strip Steak
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Adrian Peterson
12. Who is your favorite musician? Probably Luke Bryan or Zach Brown Band
13. What is the last book you read? Too Big to Fail by Andrew Ross Sorkin. Great book
14. What is your favorite quote? “Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music.”-Ronald Reagan
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My dad.

Gunner Garn
'15
Michigan
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Tesoro High School
Hometown:
Ladera Ranch, CA
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The academics are unparalleled and the atmosphere around Michigan is like no other.

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 advice would to be to just be patient with the process

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The hands on coaching, quality and structure of the program, and team environment

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The quality and consistency of practice and workouts transferring into games

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Psychology

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Friends and Family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Definitely teleportation, because you could go anywhere you want, whenever you want.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I wear the same shirt every game

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? San Clemente, California

10. What is your favorite food? Hot Wings

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Jonathan Huberdeau

12. Who is your favorite musician? Jack Johnson

13. What is the last book you read? Into the Wild by John Krakauer

14. What is your favorite quote? The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My sister Gretchen because she faces many challenges that I don’t, she can’t do many of the things that I take for granted yet she is always happy. She really inspires me to be my best.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The academics are unparalleled and the atmosphere around Michigan is like no other.

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 advice would to be to just be patient with the process

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The hands on coaching, quality and structure of the program, and team environment

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The quality and consistency of practice and workouts transferring into games

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Psychology

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Friends and Family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Definitely teleportation, because you could go anywhere you want, whenever you want.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I wear the same shirt every game

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? San Clemente, California

10. What is your favorite food? Hot Wings

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Jonathan Huberdeau

12. Who is your favorite musician? Jack Johnson

13. What is the last book you read? Into the Wild by John Krakauer

14. What is your favorite quote? The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My sister Gretchen because she faces many challenges that I don’t, she can’t do many of the things that I take for granted yet she is always happy. She really inspires me to be my best.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The academics are unparalleled and the atmosphere around Michigan is like no other.

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 advice would to be to just be patient with the process

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The hands on coaching, quality and structure of the program, and team environment

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The quality and consistency of practice and workouts transferring into games

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Psychology

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Friends and Family

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Definitely teleportation, because you could go anywhere you want, whenever you want.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I wear the same shirt every game

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? San Clemente, California

10. What is your favorite food? Hot Wings

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Jonathan Huberdeau

12. Who is your favorite musician? Jack Johnson

13. What is the last book you read? Into the Wild by John Krakauer

14. What is your favorite quote? The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My sister Gretchen because she faces many challenges that I don’t, she can’t do many of the things that I take for granted yet she is always happy. She really inspires me to be my best.

Hunter McGeeney
'15
Marymount
Position:
High School:
Mountain Vista
Hometown:
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Ian Leek
'15
Whittier
Position:
Attack
High School:
Valley Center High School
Hometown:
Valley Center, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Jack Ammons
'15
Colorado College
Position:
High School:
Hometown:
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
  1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

    The main reason I chose CC is because of the great coaching staff and the academics. The great lacrosse program and unbelievable facilities were also a plus. From the start, it just felt like the place 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?

    Relax, the right school will eventually find you. But, the most important part would be to keep your academics in line.

  3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
    The best part about 3d is the unique way you learn the game. The coaches at 3d are also great and very helpful.

  4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
    One of my favorite parts was playing box. Not only is playing box a great time, but it also is extremely helpful in expanding your stick skills.

  5. What is your favorite subject in school?
    Economics

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

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

  8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
    An Einstein’s Bagel usually does the trick

  9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
    Mexico

  10. What is your favorite food?
    Sushi

  11. Who is your favorite athlete?
    Von Miller

  12. Who is your favorite musician?
    The Band

  13. What is the last book you read?

    A long way gone

  14. What is your favorite quote?

    “Fool me once, strike one….fool me twice, strike three” –Michael Scott

  15. Who has been your biggest influence?

    Probably my brother or my dad

 

Q&A
  1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?

    The main reason I chose CC is because of the great coaching staff and the academics. The great lacrosse program and unbelievable facilities were also a plus. From the start, it just felt like the place 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?

    Relax, the right school will eventually find you. But, the most important part would be to keep your academics in line.

  3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
    The best part about 3d is the unique way you learn the game. The coaches at 3d are also great and very helpful.

  4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
    One of my favorite parts was playing box. Not only is playing box a great time, but it also is extremely helpful in expanding your stick skills.

  5. What is your favorite subject in school?
    Economics

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

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

  8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
    An Einstein’s Bagel usually does the trick

  9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
    Mexico

  10. What is your favorite food?
    Sushi

  11. Who is your favorite athlete?
    Von Miller

  12. Who is your favorite musician?
    The Band

  13. What is the last book you read?

    A long way gone

  14. What is your favorite quote?

    “Fool me once, strike one….fool me twice, strike three” –Michael Scott

  15. Who has been your biggest influence?

    Probably my brother or my dad

 

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

    The main reason I chose CC is because of the great coaching staff and the academics. The great lacrosse program and unbelievable facilities were also a plus. From the start, it just felt like the place 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?

    Relax, the right school will eventually find you. But, the most important part would be to keep your academics in line.

  3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
    The best part about 3d is the unique way you learn the game. The coaches at 3d are also great and very helpful.

  4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
    One of my favorite parts was playing box. Not only is playing box a great time, but it also is extremely helpful in expanding your stick skills.

  5. What is your favorite subject in school?
    Economics

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

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

  8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
    An Einstein’s Bagel usually does the trick

  9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
    Mexico

  10. What is your favorite food?
    Sushi

  11. Who is your favorite athlete?
    Von Miller

  12. Who is your favorite musician?
    The Band

  13. What is the last book you read?

    A long way gone

  14. What is your favorite quote?

    “Fool me once, strike one….fool me twice, strike three” –Michael Scott

  15. Who has been your biggest influence?

    Probably my brother or my dad

 

Jack Jasinski
'15
Ohio State
Position:
Attack
High School:
Oak Mountain
Hometown:
Birmingham, AL
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Jack McInnis
'15
Trinity College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Central Catholic HS
Hometown:
North Andover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Trinity College because this school would provide me the chance to play lacrosse at a high level and had the engineering major I was interested in.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The best advice I would give someone is to be patient and keep your options open. Be sure to do well in school and on your standardized tests.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I liked the experience and passion of the coaches. The coaches challenged us to be our best every drill and pushed us both athletically and mentally.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was playing with players from all over the country. I was able to play with talented kids from Long Island, Chicago, and Michigan, which I thought was really cool.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in high school is calculus.
Name one thing that you could not live without. One thing I could not live without is my phone; I have a lot of memories on it along with a way to stay connected with people.
If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose to have the power to be invisible just because I think it would be cool to simply disappear.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I listen to a playlist that I put together, and then I usually stretch by myself to get my head into the game.
What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is at my Grandparent’s house in Florida.
What is your favorite food? My favorite food is my mom’s spaghetti and sausages.
Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Tom Brady.
Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is John Mayer.
What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Crooked House.
What is your favorite quote? My favorite quote is “You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them”
Who has been your biggest influence? My dad, he has supported me in all aspects of my life.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Trinity College because this school would provide me the chance to play lacrosse at a high level and had the engineering major I was interested in.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The best advice I would give someone is to be patient and keep your options open. Be sure to do well in school and on your standardized tests.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I liked the experience and passion of the coaches. The coaches challenged us to be our best every drill and pushed us both athletically and mentally.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was playing with players from all over the country. I was able to play with talented kids from Long Island, Chicago, and Michigan, which I thought was really cool.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in high school is calculus.
Name one thing that you could not live without. One thing I could not live without is my phone; I have a lot of memories on it along with a way to stay connected with people.
If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose to have the power to be invisible just because I think it would be cool to simply disappear.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I listen to a playlist that I put together, and then I usually stretch by myself to get my head into the game.
What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is at my Grandparent’s house in Florida.
What is your favorite food? My favorite food is my mom’s spaghetti and sausages.
Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Tom Brady.
Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is John Mayer.
What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Crooked House.
What is your favorite quote? My favorite quote is “You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them”
Who has been your biggest influence? My dad, he has supported me in all aspects of my life.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Trinity College because this school would provide me the chance to play lacrosse at a high level and had the engineering major I was interested in.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The best advice I would give someone is to be patient and keep your options open. Be sure to do well in school and on your standardized tests.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I liked the experience and passion of the coaches. The coaches challenged us to be our best every drill and pushed us both athletically and mentally.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was playing with players from all over the country. I was able to play with talented kids from Long Island, Chicago, and Michigan, which I thought was really cool.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in high school is calculus.
Name one thing that you could not live without. One thing I could not live without is my phone; I have a lot of memories on it along with a way to stay connected with people.
If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose to have the power to be invisible just because I think it would be cool to simply disappear.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I listen to a playlist that I put together, and then I usually stretch by myself to get my head into the game.
What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is at my Grandparent’s house in Florida.
What is your favorite food? My favorite food is my mom’s spaghetti and sausages.
Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Tom Brady.
Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is John Mayer.
What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Crooked House.
What is your favorite quote? My favorite quote is “You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them”
Who has been your biggest influence? My dad, he has supported me in all aspects of my life.

Jake Fox
'15
Johns Hopkins
Position:
Attack
High School:
The Hill Academy
Hometown:
Orleans, ON
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Johns Hopkins due to its amazing campus, high level of academic standards and the rich tradition of lacrosse that is given to you. The fact that every year I will have a chance at a national championship and after school I will, hopefully, receive a great job due to their strong alumni support.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? I believe the most important part of the recruiting process is the recruit themselves to introduce and be active on the phone with coaches. If you’re interested in a school send them an email and then call them a day or so after. As a recruit don't let your parents email or call coaches do it yourself and be active.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I enjoyed playing with a strong group of Canadian players with 3D Canada and receive top end Canadian and American coaches, like Dan Teat and Jaime Munro, and learning more about the field game while playing high level competition.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favourite part of the 3d training was learning how to incorporate my box game, which I grew up playing, to my field game.

What is your favorite subject in school? I grew up speaking French, living approximately 10 from Quebec, so I enjoy my French classes for sure.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I'd probably say my lacrosse stick. It's such an important part of my daily routine that I'd be lost without it. Also, my iPad has all my school work on it so that be pretty bad too.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I really enjoy my current setup. The Nike Elite 10 head with white ECD mesh and String King Shooters and side wall. A nylon string with two shooters. It has great hold and comes really smooth with some whip behind it. I'm using the STX Stallion shaft. I like it cause it light and fairly strong.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? When playing Jr. A lacrosse in Peterborough, I always have the same trainer tape my pads for me. He does the same way starting with my left ones first then my right ones. I also try to not let others touch my lacrosse stick on game day.

What is your favorite vacation spot? I don't get to go on vacation too much. A lot of the time my vacation is incorporated with lacrosse. I'd have to say Denver was pretty cool to go out and see.

What is your favorite food? Without a doubt it would be steak with onions on top.

Who is your favorite athlete? Lacrosse wise, I'd have to say Kyle Harrison and Zack Greer. Both demonstrate great lacrosse skills and a clean social life. Outside of lacrosse, I like guys like Ray Lewis. He worked hard for what he wanted no matter what others told him.

Who is your favorite musician? I'll listen to basically anything country. I like Zac Brown Band and Chase Rice probably the most.

What is the last book you read? I'd probably say the Great Gatsby.

What is your favorite quote? "The legs feed the wolf, gentlemen." Herb Brooks

Who has been your biggest influence? The big guy....Jay Fox....my dad....biggest beauty I know....

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Johns Hopkins due to its amazing campus, high level of academic standards and the rich tradition of lacrosse that is given to you. The fact that every year I will have a chance at a national championship and after school I will, hopefully, receive a great job due to their strong alumni support.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? I believe the most important part of the recruiting process is the recruit themselves to introduce and be active on the phone with coaches. If you’re interested in a school send them an email and then call them a day or so after. As a recruit don't let your parents email or call coaches do it yourself and be active.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I enjoyed playing with a strong group of Canadian players with 3D Canada and receive top end Canadian and American coaches, like Dan Teat and Jaime Munro, and learning more about the field game while playing high level competition.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favourite part of the 3d training was learning how to incorporate my box game, which I grew up playing, to my field game.

What is your favorite subject in school? I grew up speaking French, living approximately 10 from Quebec, so I enjoy my French classes for sure.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I'd probably say my lacrosse stick. It's such an important part of my daily routine that I'd be lost without it. Also, my iPad has all my school work on it so that be pretty bad too.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I really enjoy my current setup. The Nike Elite 10 head with white ECD mesh and String King Shooters and side wall. A nylon string with two shooters. It has great hold and comes really smooth with some whip behind it. I'm using the STX Stallion shaft. I like it cause it light and fairly strong.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? When playing Jr. A lacrosse in Peterborough, I always have the same trainer tape my pads for me. He does the same way starting with my left ones first then my right ones. I also try to not let others touch my lacrosse stick on game day.

What is your favorite vacation spot? I don't get to go on vacation too much. A lot of the time my vacation is incorporated with lacrosse. I'd have to say Denver was pretty cool to go out and see.

What is your favorite food? Without a doubt it would be steak with onions on top.

Who is your favorite athlete? Lacrosse wise, I'd have to say Kyle Harrison and Zack Greer. Both demonstrate great lacrosse skills and a clean social life. Outside of lacrosse, I like guys like Ray Lewis. He worked hard for what he wanted no matter what others told him.

Who is your favorite musician? I'll listen to basically anything country. I like Zac Brown Band and Chase Rice probably the most.

What is the last book you read? I'd probably say the Great Gatsby.

What is your favorite quote? "The legs feed the wolf, gentlemen." Herb Brooks

Who has been your biggest influence? The big guy....Jay Fox....my dad....biggest beauty I know....

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Johns Hopkins due to its amazing campus, high level of academic standards and the rich tradition of lacrosse that is given to you. The fact that every year I will have a chance at a national championship and after school I will, hopefully, receive a great job due to their strong alumni support.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? I believe the most important part of the recruiting process is the recruit themselves to introduce and be active on the phone with coaches. If you’re interested in a school send them an email and then call them a day or so after. As a recruit don't let your parents email or call coaches do it yourself and be active.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I enjoyed playing with a strong group of Canadian players with 3D Canada and receive top end Canadian and American coaches, like Dan Teat and Jaime Munro, and learning more about the field game while playing high level competition.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favourite part of the 3d training was learning how to incorporate my box game, which I grew up playing, to my field game.

What is your favorite subject in school? I grew up speaking French, living approximately 10 from Quebec, so I enjoy my French classes for sure.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I'd probably say my lacrosse stick. It's such an important part of my daily routine that I'd be lost without it. Also, my iPad has all my school work on it so that be pretty bad too.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I really enjoy my current setup. The Nike Elite 10 head with white ECD mesh and String King Shooters and side wall. A nylon string with two shooters. It has great hold and comes really smooth with some whip behind it. I'm using the STX Stallion shaft. I like it cause it light and fairly strong.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? When playing Jr. A lacrosse in Peterborough, I always have the same trainer tape my pads for me. He does the same way starting with my left ones first then my right ones. I also try to not let others touch my lacrosse stick on game day.

What is your favorite vacation spot? I don't get to go on vacation too much. A lot of the time my vacation is incorporated with lacrosse. I'd have to say Denver was pretty cool to go out and see.

What is your favorite food? Without a doubt it would be steak with onions on top.

Who is your favorite athlete? Lacrosse wise, I'd have to say Kyle Harrison and Zack Greer. Both demonstrate great lacrosse skills and a clean social life. Outside of lacrosse, I like guys like Ray Lewis. He worked hard for what he wanted no matter what others told him.

Who is your favorite musician? I'll listen to basically anything country. I like Zac Brown Band and Chase Rice probably the most.

What is the last book you read? I'd probably say the Great Gatsby.

What is your favorite quote? "The legs feed the wolf, gentlemen." Herb Brooks

Who has been your biggest influence? The big guy....Jay Fox....my dad....biggest beauty I know....

James Nagro
'15
UMBC
Position:
Midfield
High School:
West View High School
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I liked the school and want to major in math/science/engineering; and really liked the coaches and the feeling I got after visiting.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t be afraid to talk to coaches – email and call them.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? That it focuses on improving players and exposure.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Being taught the different moves.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math

Name one thing that you could not live without. Music

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? My lacrosse stick – because it’s reliable!

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? White cleats & white socks.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Lake Havasu

What is your favorite food? Spaghetti and Meatballs

Who is your favorite athlete? Calvin Johnson

Who is your favorite musician? Odesza

What is the last book you read? Catcher in the Rye

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I liked the school and want to major in math/science/engineering; and really liked the coaches and the feeling I got after visiting.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t be afraid to talk to coaches – email and call them.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? That it focuses on improving players and exposure.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Being taught the different moves.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math

Name one thing that you could not live without. Music

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? My lacrosse stick – because it’s reliable!

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? White cleats & white socks.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Lake Havasu

What is your favorite food? Spaghetti and Meatballs

Who is your favorite athlete? Calvin Johnson

Who is your favorite musician? Odesza

What is the last book you read? Catcher in the Rye

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I liked the school and want to major in math/science/engineering; and really liked the coaches and the feeling I got after visiting.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t be afraid to talk to coaches – email and call them.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? That it focuses on improving players and exposure.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Being taught the different moves.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math

Name one thing that you could not live without. Music

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? My lacrosse stick – because it’s reliable!

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? White cleats & white socks.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Lake Havasu

What is your favorite food? Spaghetti and Meatballs

Who is your favorite athlete? Calvin Johnson

Who is your favorite musician? Odesza

What is the last book you read? Catcher in the Rye

Jason Brewster
'15
UMBC
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Valley Center High School
Hometown:
Valley Center, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to UMBC during the beginning of my junior year because it felt like a great fit! The academics at UMBC are very good, and with planning on majoring in Physics that was important to me. Last but definitely not least, the coaching staff! I love the coaching staff at UMBC, Coach Zimmerman, the head coach, made me feel super welcome and at home the first time I met with him, and then Coaches Gallagher and Settembrino topped it off, they’re two great coaches and two great guys!

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 one advice to those going through the recruiting process is to be patient; things are not always going to go your way. Also, one more tip is to put in a lot of hard work and dedication during the off season, coaches notice that for sure!

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? What I liked most about 3d Lacrosse is that the coaches and players are all as dedicated as I am. I also enjoyed getting to travel around the country and experience playing a multitude of good players.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part about 3d training was getting to scrimmage the younger or older teams, it causes competition among the players and helped me to get better!

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is math and science, these two subjects cause me to put forth a little effort and also keep me entertained in class rather than just sit there and do nothing but watch the clock tick away…

6. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musicians are Rebelution, Stick Figure, and Sol.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to UMBC during the beginning of my junior year because it felt like a great fit! The academics at UMBC are very good, and with planning on majoring in Physics that was important to me. Last but definitely not least, the coaching staff! I love the coaching staff at UMBC, Coach Zimmerman, the head coach, made me feel super welcome and at home the first time I met with him, and then Coaches Gallagher and Settembrino topped it off, they’re two great coaches and two great guys!

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 one advice to those going through the recruiting process is to be patient; things are not always going to go your way. Also, one more tip is to put in a lot of hard work and dedication during the off season, coaches notice that for sure!

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? What I liked most about 3d Lacrosse is that the coaches and players are all as dedicated as I am. I also enjoyed getting to travel around the country and experience playing a multitude of good players.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part about 3d training was getting to scrimmage the younger or older teams, it causes competition among the players and helped me to get better!

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is math and science, these two subjects cause me to put forth a little effort and also keep me entertained in class rather than just sit there and do nothing but watch the clock tick away…

6. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musicians are Rebelution, Stick Figure, and Sol.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to UMBC during the beginning of my junior year because it felt like a great fit! The academics at UMBC are very good, and with planning on majoring in Physics that was important to me. Last but definitely not least, the coaching staff! I love the coaching staff at UMBC, Coach Zimmerman, the head coach, made me feel super welcome and at home the first time I met with him, and then Coaches Gallagher and Settembrino topped it off, they’re two great coaches and two great guys!

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 one advice to those going through the recruiting process is to be patient; things are not always going to go your way. Also, one more tip is to put in a lot of hard work and dedication during the off season, coaches notice that for sure!

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? What I liked most about 3d Lacrosse is that the coaches and players are all as dedicated as I am. I also enjoyed getting to travel around the country and experience playing a multitude of good players.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part about 3d training was getting to scrimmage the younger or older teams, it causes competition among the players and helped me to get better!

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is math and science, these two subjects cause me to put forth a little effort and also keep me entertained in class rather than just sit there and do nothing but watch the clock tick away…

6. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musicians are Rebelution, Stick Figure, and Sol.

Joe Rassenfoss
'15
Cornell
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Kent Denver
Hometown:
Denver
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Cornell because of it had an unbelievably strong program academically, and a phenomenal lacrosse tradition. The coaches and players were very welcoming and they seemed to be an extremely close-knit community both on and off the field.

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 some important aspects of the recruiting process are being able to market yourself well, having a strong academic profile, and of course trying to be the best player you can be. Staying organized is also a big part; it’s very helpful to you and coaches if you’re able to be in constant communication.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse was a blast because it was a step away from traditional concepts in the sport. The coaches are also great and have proved to be great mentors on and off the field.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? I was always a big fan of the box lacrosse sessions and leagues. Box is really helpful in developing your skills and was just extremely fun.

What is your favorite subject in school? A.P. Psychology

Name one thing that you could not live without. My Dogs, Huck and Ace

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Crossbow

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game days my mom makes me a special smoothie in the morning.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen, Colorado

What is your favorite food? Illegal Pete’s Nachos

Who is your favorite athlete? Bo Jackson

Who is your favorite musician? Jimi Hendrix

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

What is your favorite quote? “The best laid plans of mice and men oft go awry.” –John Steinbeck

Who has been your biggest influence? My brother and my dad.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Cornell because of it had an unbelievably strong program academically, and a phenomenal lacrosse tradition. The coaches and players were very welcoming and they seemed to be an extremely close-knit community both on and off the field.

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 some important aspects of the recruiting process are being able to market yourself well, having a strong academic profile, and of course trying to be the best player you can be. Staying organized is also a big part; it’s very helpful to you and coaches if you’re able to be in constant communication.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse was a blast because it was a step away from traditional concepts in the sport. The coaches are also great and have proved to be great mentors on and off the field.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? I was always a big fan of the box lacrosse sessions and leagues. Box is really helpful in developing your skills and was just extremely fun.

What is your favorite subject in school? A.P. Psychology

Name one thing that you could not live without. My Dogs, Huck and Ace

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Crossbow

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game days my mom makes me a special smoothie in the morning.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen, Colorado

What is your favorite food? Illegal Pete’s Nachos

Who is your favorite athlete? Bo Jackson

Who is your favorite musician? Jimi Hendrix

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

What is your favorite quote? “The best laid plans of mice and men oft go awry.” –John Steinbeck

Who has been your biggest influence? My brother and my dad.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Cornell because of it had an unbelievably strong program academically, and a phenomenal lacrosse tradition. The coaches and players were very welcoming and they seemed to be an extremely close-knit community both on and off the field.

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 some important aspects of the recruiting process are being able to market yourself well, having a strong academic profile, and of course trying to be the best player you can be. Staying organized is also a big part; it’s very helpful to you and coaches if you’re able to be in constant communication.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse was a blast because it was a step away from traditional concepts in the sport. The coaches are also great and have proved to be great mentors on and off the field.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? I was always a big fan of the box lacrosse sessions and leagues. Box is really helpful in developing your skills and was just extremely fun.

What is your favorite subject in school? A.P. Psychology

Name one thing that you could not live without. My Dogs, Huck and Ace

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Crossbow

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game days my mom makes me a special smoothie in the morning.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Aspen, Colorado

What is your favorite food? Illegal Pete’s Nachos

Who is your favorite athlete? Bo Jackson

Who is your favorite musician? Jimi Hendrix

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

What is your favorite quote? “The best laid plans of mice and men oft go awry.” –John Steinbeck

Who has been your biggest influence? My brother and my dad.

Joey Redfearn
'15
Air Force
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Deerfield Academy
Hometown:
Marshfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Air Force Academy after visiting several top schools because of the top academic opportunity combined with high level lacrosse. Coach Wilson and Coach Seremet both were consistent in their recruiting message to me and fully supportive in the decision making process. I wasn’t ready to say yes at first but didn’t want to say no either, and they gave me an extension of time to fully decide if Air Force was the right place for me. I felt that they really had my best interest at heart and they really wanted me as part of the Falcon family.

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 suggest that you visit as many schools as possible. It will help you in the end to have experienced several different types of schools to decide what the best fit is for you. When playing in recruiting showcases and tournaments, never worry about who is watching, just play every game as if you are being watched.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? It is hard to narrow to one thing. The comradery among the players is fantastic especially when your team has been together several years. It is also great to be able to be coached by such experience lacrosse players and coaches with passion for the game. David Jenkins was always there helping me through the recruitment process and making sure I was presented to the schools I was interested in.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Committed Training Camp at New Hampton School this past summer. It was a great opportunity to work with other top level college commits over the four days. I felt this really prepared me and gave me the edge I needed to take my game to the next level. The box-immersion training was great at all the camps especially as a defenseman.

What is your favorite subject in school? I am a Science guy and my favorite course this year is Anatomy and Physiology.

Name one thing that you could not live without. My family. They have always been there for me and my parents have provided me with a great education at Deerfield and many lacrosse opportunities.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would like the ability to fly because nothing would be able to hold me down and it would make Air Force a little bit easier.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game day, I like to be the first one in the locker room and take my time preparing for the game, both physically and mentally.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Lake George, NY at my grandparent’s summer cottage

What is your favorite food? Mom’s spaghetti

Who is your favorite athlete? Pavel Datsyuk of the Detroit Red Wings

Who is your favorite musician? Favorite Band is Red Hot Chili Peppers

What is the last book you read? Eleven Seconds by Travis Roy

What is your favorite quote? “Impossible isn’t something that can’t be done, it’s just something that hasn’t been done before.” Ben Francia

Who has been your biggest influence? My older brother, Jake. Jake has shown me that no matter what obstacles come your way, you can always overcome them with the right attitude and work ethic.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Air Force Academy after visiting several top schools because of the top academic opportunity combined with high level lacrosse. Coach Wilson and Coach Seremet both were consistent in their recruiting message to me and fully supportive in the decision making process. I wasn’t ready to say yes at first but didn’t want to say no either, and they gave me an extension of time to fully decide if Air Force was the right place for me. I felt that they really had my best interest at heart and they really wanted me as part of the Falcon family.

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 suggest that you visit as many schools as possible. It will help you in the end to have experienced several different types of schools to decide what the best fit is for you. When playing in recruiting showcases and tournaments, never worry about who is watching, just play every game as if you are being watched.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? It is hard to narrow to one thing. The comradery among the players is fantastic especially when your team has been together several years. It is also great to be able to be coached by such experience lacrosse players and coaches with passion for the game. David Jenkins was always there helping me through the recruitment process and making sure I was presented to the schools I was interested in.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Committed Training Camp at New Hampton School this past summer. It was a great opportunity to work with other top level college commits over the four days. I felt this really prepared me and gave me the edge I needed to take my game to the next level. The box-immersion training was great at all the camps especially as a defenseman.

What is your favorite subject in school? I am a Science guy and my favorite course this year is Anatomy and Physiology.

Name one thing that you could not live without. My family. They have always been there for me and my parents have provided me with a great education at Deerfield and many lacrosse opportunities.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would like the ability to fly because nothing would be able to hold me down and it would make Air Force a little bit easier.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game day, I like to be the first one in the locker room and take my time preparing for the game, both physically and mentally.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Lake George, NY at my grandparent’s summer cottage

What is your favorite food? Mom’s spaghetti

Who is your favorite athlete? Pavel Datsyuk of the Detroit Red Wings

Who is your favorite musician? Favorite Band is Red Hot Chili Peppers

What is the last book you read? Eleven Seconds by Travis Roy

What is your favorite quote? “Impossible isn’t something that can’t be done, it’s just something that hasn’t been done before.” Ben Francia

Who has been your biggest influence? My older brother, Jake. Jake has shown me that no matter what obstacles come your way, you can always overcome them with the right attitude and work ethic.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Air Force Academy after visiting several top schools because of the top academic opportunity combined with high level lacrosse. Coach Wilson and Coach Seremet both were consistent in their recruiting message to me and fully supportive in the decision making process. I wasn’t ready to say yes at first but didn’t want to say no either, and they gave me an extension of time to fully decide if Air Force was the right place for me. I felt that they really had my best interest at heart and they really wanted me as part of the Falcon family.

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 suggest that you visit as many schools as possible. It will help you in the end to have experienced several different types of schools to decide what the best fit is for you. When playing in recruiting showcases and tournaments, never worry about who is watching, just play every game as if you are being watched.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? It is hard to narrow to one thing. The comradery among the players is fantastic especially when your team has been together several years. It is also great to be able to be coached by such experience lacrosse players and coaches with passion for the game. David Jenkins was always there helping me through the recruitment process and making sure I was presented to the schools I was interested in.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Committed Training Camp at New Hampton School this past summer. It was a great opportunity to work with other top level college commits over the four days. I felt this really prepared me and gave me the edge I needed to take my game to the next level. The box-immersion training was great at all the camps especially as a defenseman.

What is your favorite subject in school? I am a Science guy and my favorite course this year is Anatomy and Physiology.

Name one thing that you could not live without. My family. They have always been there for me and my parents have provided me with a great education at Deerfield and many lacrosse opportunities.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would like the ability to fly because nothing would be able to hold me down and it would make Air Force a little bit easier.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game day, I like to be the first one in the locker room and take my time preparing for the game, both physically and mentally.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Lake George, NY at my grandparent’s summer cottage

What is your favorite food? Mom’s spaghetti

Who is your favorite athlete? Pavel Datsyuk of the Detroit Red Wings

Who is your favorite musician? Favorite Band is Red Hot Chili Peppers

What is the last book you read? Eleven Seconds by Travis Roy

What is your favorite quote? “Impossible isn’t something that can’t be done, it’s just something that hasn’t been done before.” Ben Francia

Who has been your biggest influence? My older brother, Jake. Jake has shown me that no matter what obstacles come your way, you can always overcome them with the right attitude and work ethic.

Kiel Brennan
'15
Mercer
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Mountain Vista
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Larsen Bidstrup
'15
Ivy League
Position:
Attack
High School:
Governor's Academy
Hometown:
Byfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Matt Biondich
'15
Army
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Northview
Hometown:
Alpharetta, GA
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I have a close cousin who attended the Naval Academy. I visited him many times during his four years there. I also went to football games at Annapolis. I saw what he went through and see what he’s doing now. The service academies are something that very much interests me. I’m looking forward to attending West Point.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Visit each college you are interested in. Meet the coach. Be realistic about your selections. And be good on communication.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Working with Jamie Munro. He has helped me since 8th grade in many ways. Lacrosse IQ and being creative are probably the biggest parts of my game he has helped me with most. I also had the privilege to play for him in Colorado during my sophomore summer year.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box lacrosse and some of the very unique drills 3d does for getting shots off.
What is your favorite subject in school? History
Name one thing that you could not live without? This is hard…my ipad or iphone?
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t really have any. I will say a quick prayer before every game I play though.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Any ski resort in Colorado.
What is your favorite food? Chipotle(Mexican)
Who is your favorite athlete? Was Adrian Peterson
What is your favorite quote? With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I have a close cousin who attended the Naval Academy. I visited him many times during his four years there. I also went to football games at Annapolis. I saw what he went through and see what he’s doing now. The service academies are something that very much interests me. I’m looking forward to attending West Point.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Visit each college you are interested in. Meet the coach. Be realistic about your selections. And be good on communication.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Working with Jamie Munro. He has helped me since 8th grade in many ways. Lacrosse IQ and being creative are probably the biggest parts of my game he has helped me with most. I also had the privilege to play for him in Colorado during my sophomore summer year.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box lacrosse and some of the very unique drills 3d does for getting shots off.
What is your favorite subject in school? History
Name one thing that you could not live without? This is hard…my ipad or iphone?
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t really have any. I will say a quick prayer before every game I play though.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Any ski resort in Colorado.
What is your favorite food? Chipotle(Mexican)
Who is your favorite athlete? Was Adrian Peterson
What is your favorite quote? With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I have a close cousin who attended the Naval Academy. I visited him many times during his four years there. I also went to football games at Annapolis. I saw what he went through and see what he’s doing now. The service academies are something that very much interests me. I’m looking forward to attending West Point.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Visit each college you are interested in. Meet the coach. Be realistic about your selections. And be good on communication.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Working with Jamie Munro. He has helped me since 8th grade in many ways. Lacrosse IQ and being creative are probably the biggest parts of my game he has helped me with most. I also had the privilege to play for him in Colorado during my sophomore summer year.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box lacrosse and some of the very unique drills 3d does for getting shots off.
What is your favorite subject in school? History
Name one thing that you could not live without? This is hard…my ipad or iphone?
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t really have any. I will say a quick prayer before every game I play though.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Any ski resort in Colorado.
What is your favorite food? Chipotle(Mexican)
Who is your favorite athlete? Was Adrian Peterson
What is your favorite quote? With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents

Matt Hahn
'15
Air Force
Position:
Attack
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Chantilly, VA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I want to be apart of something bigger than myself, and I want to have an experience that no other school can offer. I am hoping to become one of our nation’s finest leaders. In addition, I have always had the utmost respect for the men and women in uniform who protect our country. I want to be apart of this great legacy and to defend future generations of Americans to come.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The process will seem very long at some points, but the most important thing is to stay patient with it. In addition, have an open mind about every school, and don’t rule out anyone based on prejudgment. Also, use the 3d coaching staff as a valuable resource. They are the best and most honest people about you and your game. They will make you a better lacrosse player, and they will always be in your corner when a college coach comes calling.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love that each year 3d is changing its methodology and systems within the game. I feel like what separates 3d from the rest of the pack is that we are constantly building upon our lacrosse repertoire. I remember one of my first years with 3d, Coach Munro talked about adding an arsenal of weapons to your game. That really sunk in with me, and I still think about that each time I step on the field.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box lacrosse, 3 by 3 mini lacrosse, and being in the dorms with the boys.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

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? Super speed, because then I could outrun everyone.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I tape my stick the same way before every game, and drink about a gallon of water leading up to the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? London. Specifically, the Marriott on Park Lane.

10. What is your favorite food? A Cheeseburger

11. Who is your favorite athlete? David Beckham

12. Who is your favorite musician? Drake

13. What is the last book you read? In the Heart of the Sea

14. What is your favorite quote? “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” - FDR

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Both my mom and my dad.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I want to be apart of something bigger than myself, and I want to have an experience that no other school can offer. I am hoping to become one of our nation’s finest leaders. In addition, I have always had the utmost respect for the men and women in uniform who protect our country. I want to be apart of this great legacy and to defend future generations of Americans to come.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The process will seem very long at some points, but the most important thing is to stay patient with it. In addition, have an open mind about every school, and don’t rule out anyone based on prejudgment. Also, use the 3d coaching staff as a valuable resource. They are the best and most honest people about you and your game. They will make you a better lacrosse player, and they will always be in your corner when a college coach comes calling.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love that each year 3d is changing its methodology and systems within the game. I feel like what separates 3d from the rest of the pack is that we are constantly building upon our lacrosse repertoire. I remember one of my first years with 3d, Coach Munro talked about adding an arsenal of weapons to your game. That really sunk in with me, and I still think about that each time I step on the field.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box lacrosse, 3 by 3 mini lacrosse, and being in the dorms with the boys.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

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? Super speed, because then I could outrun everyone.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I tape my stick the same way before every game, and drink about a gallon of water leading up to the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? London. Specifically, the Marriott on Park Lane.

10. What is your favorite food? A Cheeseburger

11. Who is your favorite athlete? David Beckham

12. Who is your favorite musician? Drake

13. What is the last book you read? In the Heart of the Sea

14. What is your favorite quote? “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” - FDR

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Both my mom and my dad.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I want to be apart of something bigger than myself, and I want to have an experience that no other school can offer. I am hoping to become one of our nation’s finest leaders. In addition, I have always had the utmost respect for the men and women in uniform who protect our country. I want to be apart of this great legacy and to defend future generations of Americans to come.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The process will seem very long at some points, but the most important thing is to stay patient with it. In addition, have an open mind about every school, and don’t rule out anyone based on prejudgment. Also, use the 3d coaching staff as a valuable resource. They are the best and most honest people about you and your game. They will make you a better lacrosse player, and they will always be in your corner when a college coach comes calling.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love that each year 3d is changing its methodology and systems within the game. I feel like what separates 3d from the rest of the pack is that we are constantly building upon our lacrosse repertoire. I remember one of my first years with 3d, Coach Munro talked about adding an arsenal of weapons to your game. That really sunk in with me, and I still think about that each time I step on the field.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Box lacrosse, 3 by 3 mini lacrosse, and being in the dorms with the boys.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

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? Super speed, because then I could outrun everyone.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I tape my stick the same way before every game, and drink about a gallon of water leading up to the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? London. Specifically, the Marriott on Park Lane.

10. What is your favorite food? A Cheeseburger

11. Who is your favorite athlete? David Beckham

12. Who is your favorite musician? Drake

13. What is the last book you read? In the Heart of the Sea

14. What is your favorite quote? “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” - FDR

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Both my mom and my dad.

Michael Langdon
'15
Notre Dame
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Cranbrook Kingswood
Hometown:
Bloomfield Hills, MI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Mike Morean
'15
Princeton
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Cherry Creek High School
Hometown:
Greenwood Village, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Mike Sztorc
'15
RIT
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Burr and Burton Academy
Hometown:
Dorset, VT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Nick Martin
'15
Syracuse
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Detroit Country Day
Hometown:
Bloomfield Hills, MI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Patrick Foley
'15
Johns Hopkins
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. John's Prep
Hometown:
Winchester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Johns Hopkins University because it’s rich lacrosse history as well and being a highly academically renowned institution. I wanted to play lacrosse at the highest level possible, and I feel there is no better university to do so then at Johns Hopkins.
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 would be to always believe you can play lacrosse at the highest level and at the best universities possible, regardless if you are late into the recruiting process or not well recognized.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? What I like best is the trust and zeal amongst teams and the organization as a whole. On the field, you are playing with some of the best lacrosse players in the country; therefore, you have the upmost respect and reliance on each other’s play. This enables both coaches and player to bond and overall have such an enjoyable time being a part of an excellent club.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training would have to be the expectation of excellence on the field. Each player is forced into becoming a better lacrosse player. This is accomplished by the sure perfection of fundamentals and mental toughness grown from the encouragement of each and every coach.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics. I enjoy the challenge of solving problems present in the world today. Every problem has a solution, how you get there is the challenge.
Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before a game, I put on my headphones and listen to county music to keep myself calm and focused. In this way I am relaxed and not tense for when the moment really counts.
What is your favorite food? Either cheese fondue or a honey barbeque chicken with bacon wrap.
Who is your favorite athlete? Tom Brady
Who is your favorite musician? MGK
What is the last book you read? The Boys in The Boat by Daniel Brown
What is your favorite quote? “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretzky
Who has been your biggest influence? My old club soccer coach Chad Whistler.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Johns Hopkins University because it’s rich lacrosse history as well and being a highly academically renowned institution. I wanted to play lacrosse at the highest level possible, and I feel there is no better university to do so then at Johns Hopkins.
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 would be to always believe you can play lacrosse at the highest level and at the best universities possible, regardless if you are late into the recruiting process or not well recognized.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? What I like best is the trust and zeal amongst teams and the organization as a whole. On the field, you are playing with some of the best lacrosse players in the country; therefore, you have the upmost respect and reliance on each other’s play. This enables both coaches and player to bond and overall have such an enjoyable time being a part of an excellent club.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training would have to be the expectation of excellence on the field. Each player is forced into becoming a better lacrosse player. This is accomplished by the sure perfection of fundamentals and mental toughness grown from the encouragement of each and every coach.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics. I enjoy the challenge of solving problems present in the world today. Every problem has a solution, how you get there is the challenge.
Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before a game, I put on my headphones and listen to county music to keep myself calm and focused. In this way I am relaxed and not tense for when the moment really counts.
What is your favorite food? Either cheese fondue or a honey barbeque chicken with bacon wrap.
Who is your favorite athlete? Tom Brady
Who is your favorite musician? MGK
What is the last book you read? The Boys in The Boat by Daniel Brown
What is your favorite quote? “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretzky
Who has been your biggest influence? My old club soccer coach Chad Whistler.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Johns Hopkins University because it’s rich lacrosse history as well and being a highly academically renowned institution. I wanted to play lacrosse at the highest level possible, and I feel there is no better university to do so then at Johns Hopkins.
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 would be to always believe you can play lacrosse at the highest level and at the best universities possible, regardless if you are late into the recruiting process or not well recognized.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? What I like best is the trust and zeal amongst teams and the organization as a whole. On the field, you are playing with some of the best lacrosse players in the country; therefore, you have the upmost respect and reliance on each other’s play. This enables both coaches and player to bond and overall have such an enjoyable time being a part of an excellent club.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training would have to be the expectation of excellence on the field. Each player is forced into becoming a better lacrosse player. This is accomplished by the sure perfection of fundamentals and mental toughness grown from the encouragement of each and every coach.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics. I enjoy the challenge of solving problems present in the world today. Every problem has a solution, how you get there is the challenge.
Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before a game, I put on my headphones and listen to county music to keep myself calm and focused. In this way I am relaxed and not tense for when the moment really counts.
What is your favorite food? Either cheese fondue or a honey barbeque chicken with bacon wrap.
Who is your favorite athlete? Tom Brady
Who is your favorite musician? MGK
What is the last book you read? The Boys in The Boat by Daniel Brown
What is your favorite quote? “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretzky
Who has been your biggest influence? My old club soccer coach Chad Whistler.

PJ Kelleher
'15
Conn College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Brooks School
Hometown:
Walpole, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Ryder Garnsey
'15
Notre Dame
Position:
Attack
High School:
Phillips Andover
Hometown:
Wolfeboro, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose ND for a couple different reasons, obviously the great academics that are there, the great lacrosse team they have, but mostly because of the kind of kids they’ve got on the team already and the recruits that they have committed.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give other who are about to go through this process? After going through the recruiting process, on piece of advice I would give to guys going through it now is not worry about the guys that the team has committed already, no matter where you go you you’re going to have to compete to play.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The people that make up 3d Lacrosse is my favorite thing about the program. The players that I’ve been lucky enough to play with and the coaches that have coached us have always been great.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was the emphasis that was put on creativity all around the field.

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without? My family.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I like to play with the Nike CEO that I usually dye. I string all my own sticks with a 20 mm Marc Mesh. As for the shaft, almost anything with a sticky grip, I use Easton Stealth.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Nothing crazy, I have a sandwich I try to eat the day of every game, turkey, American cheese, mayo, lettuce. I also tape my stick before every game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? California

What is your favorite food? Mashed Potatoes

Who is your favorite athlete? Muhammad Ali

Who is your favorite musician? Daye Jack

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

What is your favorite quote? Aren’t We Luck?

Who has been your biggest influence? All of my family, they’ve all helped me in one way or another.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose ND for a couple different reasons, obviously the great academics that are there, the great lacrosse team they have, but mostly because of the kind of kids they’ve got on the team already and the recruits that they have committed.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give other who are about to go through this process? After going through the recruiting process, on piece of advice I would give to guys going through it now is not worry about the guys that the team has committed already, no matter where you go you you’re going to have to compete to play.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The people that make up 3d Lacrosse is my favorite thing about the program. The players that I’ve been lucky enough to play with and the coaches that have coached us have always been great.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was the emphasis that was put on creativity all around the field.

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without? My family.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I like to play with the Nike CEO that I usually dye. I string all my own sticks with a 20 mm Marc Mesh. As for the shaft, almost anything with a sticky grip, I use Easton Stealth.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Nothing crazy, I have a sandwich I try to eat the day of every game, turkey, American cheese, mayo, lettuce. I also tape my stick before every game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? California

What is your favorite food? Mashed Potatoes

Who is your favorite athlete? Muhammad Ali

Who is your favorite musician? Daye Jack

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

What is your favorite quote? Aren’t We Luck?

Who has been your biggest influence? All of my family, they’ve all helped me in one way or another.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose ND for a couple different reasons, obviously the great academics that are there, the great lacrosse team they have, but mostly because of the kind of kids they’ve got on the team already and the recruits that they have committed.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give other who are about to go through this process? After going through the recruiting process, on piece of advice I would give to guys going through it now is not worry about the guys that the team has committed already, no matter where you go you you’re going to have to compete to play.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The people that make up 3d Lacrosse is my favorite thing about the program. The players that I’ve been lucky enough to play with and the coaches that have coached us have always been great.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was the emphasis that was put on creativity all around the field.

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without? My family.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I like to play with the Nike CEO that I usually dye. I string all my own sticks with a 20 mm Marc Mesh. As for the shaft, almost anything with a sticky grip, I use Easton Stealth.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Nothing crazy, I have a sandwich I try to eat the day of every game, turkey, American cheese, mayo, lettuce. I also tape my stick before every game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? California

What is your favorite food? Mashed Potatoes

Who is your favorite athlete? Muhammad Ali

Who is your favorite musician? Daye Jack

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

What is your favorite quote? Aren’t We Luck?

Who has been your biggest influence? All of my family, they’ve all helped me in one way or another.

Theo Dol
'15
Virginia
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Georgetown, ON
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Thomas Schmidt
'15
Boston University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Trinity-Pawling
Hometown:
Durham, NC
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Thomas Stockham
'15
Vermont
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy
Hometown:
Holladay, UT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Tim Bulens
'15
Bowdoin
Position:
Attack
High School:
Phillips Andover Academy
Hometown:
Norwell, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Tom Haller
'15
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Nashua North
Hometown:
Nashua, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? The lacrosse team and facilities were the best I had seen as well as the academics and school location fit me perfectly.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t settle for a school that you don’t like. College is a big investment and is where you will spend the next 4 years of your life so wait until you have the right opportunity and take full advantage of it.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching and training is the best that I have ever experienced as well as the tournaments where you are exposed to some of the best players in the country, which makes you a better player no matter what.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love how they expand your mind and force you to try new and uncomfortable things in order to train your body to execute what your mind thinks of. It also is a constant grind and teaches you that if you aren’t exhausted at the end of the day, you didn’t train hard enough.
What is your favorite subject in school? Statistics or Biology
Name one thing that you could not live without. Piloting. I love flying airplanes and want to do it forever.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why?
Savage 10 FCP HS Precision .308 Because I am a fan of long-range sniper rifles.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have 1 tie that I always wear when we have to dress up on game day and I can’t listen to music with my ear buds it has to come from some sort of speaker if I’m going to listen to it. Also, if I wear a knee brace for the game I can’t put it on until after warm ups and before the first face off.
What is your favorite vacation spot? St. John, USVI
What is your favorite food? Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese
Who is your favorite athlete? I don’t really have a favorite athelete
Who is your favorite musician? G Eazy
What is the last book you read? Serenade to the Big Bird
What is your favorite quote? If you live each day as if it is your last, one day you will most certainly be right.
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? The lacrosse team and facilities were the best I had seen as well as the academics and school location fit me perfectly.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t settle for a school that you don’t like. College is a big investment and is where you will spend the next 4 years of your life so wait until you have the right opportunity and take full advantage of it.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching and training is the best that I have ever experienced as well as the tournaments where you are exposed to some of the best players in the country, which makes you a better player no matter what.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love how they expand your mind and force you to try new and uncomfortable things in order to train your body to execute what your mind thinks of. It also is a constant grind and teaches you that if you aren’t exhausted at the end of the day, you didn’t train hard enough.
What is your favorite subject in school? Statistics or Biology
Name one thing that you could not live without. Piloting. I love flying airplanes and want to do it forever.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why?
Savage 10 FCP HS Precision .308 Because I am a fan of long-range sniper rifles.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have 1 tie that I always wear when we have to dress up on game day and I can’t listen to music with my ear buds it has to come from some sort of speaker if I’m going to listen to it. Also, if I wear a knee brace for the game I can’t put it on until after warm ups and before the first face off.
What is your favorite vacation spot? St. John, USVI
What is your favorite food? Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese
Who is your favorite athlete? I don’t really have a favorite athelete
Who is your favorite musician? G Eazy
What is the last book you read? Serenade to the Big Bird
What is your favorite quote? If you live each day as if it is your last, one day you will most certainly be right.
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents

Why did you choose to commit to this college? The lacrosse team and facilities were the best I had seen as well as the academics and school location fit me perfectly.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don’t settle for a school that you don’t like. College is a big investment and is where you will spend the next 4 years of your life so wait until you have the right opportunity and take full advantage of it.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching and training is the best that I have ever experienced as well as the tournaments where you are exposed to some of the best players in the country, which makes you a better player no matter what.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love how they expand your mind and force you to try new and uncomfortable things in order to train your body to execute what your mind thinks of. It also is a constant grind and teaches you that if you aren’t exhausted at the end of the day, you didn’t train hard enough.
What is your favorite subject in school? Statistics or Biology
Name one thing that you could not live without. Piloting. I love flying airplanes and want to do it forever.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why?
Savage 10 FCP HS Precision .308 Because I am a fan of long-range sniper rifles.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have 1 tie that I always wear when we have to dress up on game day and I can’t listen to music with my ear buds it has to come from some sort of speaker if I’m going to listen to it. Also, if I wear a knee brace for the game I can’t put it on until after warm ups and before the first face off.
What is your favorite vacation spot? St. John, USVI
What is your favorite food? Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese
Who is your favorite athlete? I don’t really have a favorite athelete
Who is your favorite musician? G Eazy
What is the last book you read? Serenade to the Big Bird
What is your favorite quote? If you live each day as if it is your last, one day you will most certainly be right.
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents

Tucker Lemos
'15
Williams College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Phillips Exeter
Hometown:
Rye, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Williams for a thousand different reasons. The academic caliber was the most important piece, and the size and setting, while not for everyone, perfectly suits my personality. Coach McCormack and Coach Vigne were very easy to contact and talk to, and I look forward to playing under both of them. In short, Williams simply fit the best of all the schools I looked up or visited.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Consider which school will offer the best experience to you personally. Leave all your options open. Contact coaches early and often, they don’t mind.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love being able to play with guys who are excellent players and people.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Working in the box. It’s a great change up from field lacrosse, and is incredible for your stick skills.

What is your favorite subject in school? Biology and English, I can never choose one.

Name one thing that you could not live without. My digestive tract. Also, my guitar.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Super speed, no explanation needed.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I stretch before I play…

What is your favorite vacation spot? Tuckerman’s Ravine

What is your favorite food? Steak

Who is your favorite athlete? David Jenkins

Who is your favorite musician? That’s a rough question, either James Blunt or Les Friction

What is the last book you read? Black Sun Rising by C.S. Friedman, it’s terrific

What is your favorite quote? Each man is the bard of his own existence ~Cormac McCarthy

Who has been your biggest influence? My Father

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Williams for a thousand different reasons. The academic caliber was the most important piece, and the size and setting, while not for everyone, perfectly suits my personality. Coach McCormack and Coach Vigne were very easy to contact and talk to, and I look forward to playing under both of them. In short, Williams simply fit the best of all the schools I looked up or visited.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Consider which school will offer the best experience to you personally. Leave all your options open. Contact coaches early and often, they don’t mind.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love being able to play with guys who are excellent players and people.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Working in the box. It’s a great change up from field lacrosse, and is incredible for your stick skills.

What is your favorite subject in school? Biology and English, I can never choose one.

Name one thing that you could not live without. My digestive tract. Also, my guitar.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Super speed, no explanation needed.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I stretch before I play…

What is your favorite vacation spot? Tuckerman’s Ravine

What is your favorite food? Steak

Who is your favorite athlete? David Jenkins

Who is your favorite musician? That’s a rough question, either James Blunt or Les Friction

What is the last book you read? Black Sun Rising by C.S. Friedman, it’s terrific

What is your favorite quote? Each man is the bard of his own existence ~Cormac McCarthy

Who has been your biggest influence? My Father

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Williams for a thousand different reasons. The academic caliber was the most important piece, and the size and setting, while not for everyone, perfectly suits my personality. Coach McCormack and Coach Vigne were very easy to contact and talk to, and I look forward to playing under both of them. In short, Williams simply fit the best of all the schools I looked up or visited.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Consider which school will offer the best experience to you personally. Leave all your options open. Contact coaches early and often, they don’t mind.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love being able to play with guys who are excellent players and people.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Working in the box. It’s a great change up from field lacrosse, and is incredible for your stick skills.

What is your favorite subject in school? Biology and English, I can never choose one.

Name one thing that you could not live without. My digestive tract. Also, my guitar.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Super speed, no explanation needed.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I stretch before I play…

What is your favorite vacation spot? Tuckerman’s Ravine

What is your favorite food? Steak

Who is your favorite athlete? David Jenkins

Who is your favorite musician? That’s a rough question, either James Blunt or Les Friction

What is the last book you read? Black Sun Rising by C.S. Friedman, it’s terrific

What is your favorite quote? Each man is the bard of his own existence ~Cormac McCarthy

Who has been your biggest influence? My Father

Warren Jeffrey
'15
Vermont
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. Michael's College School
Hometown:
Toronto, ON
Q&A
Will Pasik
'15
Tufts
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Hotchkiss School
Hometown:
New York, NY
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Other Commitments from this Class

Alex Lippitt, 3d Colorado, Trinity College
Ben Connolly, 3d New England, Tufts
Ben Garfinkel, 3d Colorado, Amhearst
Dylan Johnson, 3d Colorado, Denver
Jack MacWilliams, 3d New England, Tufts
Jeffrey Teat, 3d , Cornell
Michael Dowell, 3d , Vermont
Truett Davis, 3d Colorado, Colorado College

2016

Alec Barnes
'16
University of Denver
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Regis Jesuit
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Alex Farley
'16
Middlebury College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy
Hometown:
Arlington, VT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I had always loved the campus at Middlebury, and after being away at boarding school in New Hampshire for 4 years I want to come back to Vermont. The seriousness of athletics at Middlebury really affirmed for me that it was the right spot.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Keep your options open for as long as you need to, and then narrow in on where you really want to go. It’s always important to have backups if your dream school doesn’t work out, but in the case that it does don’t be afraid to act on it.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like playing at a highly competitive level with a bunch of great guys. The best part is building relationships with everyone on the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The rare 6v6 drills where the defense wasn’t disadvantaged.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Physics

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always throw with Jason Corcoran.  I do a quick agility circuit on the sideline before going on the field. I always chest bumped Thomas Stockham (goalie) when we break the lineup before the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Charleston, South Carolina 

10. What is your favorite food? Spinach Pie

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Luke Keuchly

12. Who is your favorite musician? Zach Brown Band

13. What is the last book you read? Heart of Darkness

14. What is your favorite quote? “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit” –Aristotle

15. Who has been your biggest influence? From a life standpoint: my Dad.  From a lacrosse standpoint: Chris Keating.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I had always loved the campus at Middlebury, and after being away at boarding school in New Hampshire for 4 years I want to come back to Vermont. The seriousness of athletics at Middlebury really affirmed for me that it was the right spot.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Keep your options open for as long as you need to, and then narrow in on where you really want to go. It’s always important to have backups if your dream school doesn’t work out, but in the case that it does don’t be afraid to act on it.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like playing at a highly competitive level with a bunch of great guys. The best part is building relationships with everyone on the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The rare 6v6 drills where the defense wasn’t disadvantaged.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Physics

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always throw with Jason Corcoran.  I do a quick agility circuit on the sideline before going on the field. I always chest bumped Thomas Stockham (goalie) when we break the lineup before the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Charleston, South Carolina 

10. What is your favorite food? Spinach Pie

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Luke Keuchly

12. Who is your favorite musician? Zach Brown Band

13. What is the last book you read? Heart of Darkness

14. What is your favorite quote? “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit” –Aristotle

15. Who has been your biggest influence? From a life standpoint: my Dad.  From a lacrosse standpoint: Chris Keating.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I had always loved the campus at Middlebury, and after being away at boarding school in New Hampshire for 4 years I want to come back to Vermont. The seriousness of athletics at Middlebury really affirmed for me that it was the right spot.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Keep your options open for as long as you need to, and then narrow in on where you really want to go. It’s always important to have backups if your dream school doesn’t work out, but in the case that it does don’t be afraid to act on it.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like playing at a highly competitive level with a bunch of great guys. The best part is building relationships with everyone on the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The rare 6v6 drills where the defense wasn’t disadvantaged.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Physics

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always throw with Jason Corcoran.  I do a quick agility circuit on the sideline before going on the field. I always chest bumped Thomas Stockham (goalie) when we break the lineup before the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Charleston, South Carolina 

10. What is your favorite food? Spinach Pie

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Luke Keuchly

12. Who is your favorite musician? Zach Brown Band

13. What is the last book you read? Heart of Darkness

14. What is your favorite quote? “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit” –Aristotle

15. Who has been your biggest influence? From a life standpoint: my Dad.  From a lacrosse standpoint: Chris Keating.

Alexander Terry
'16
St. Lawrence
Position:
Goalie
High School:
New Hampton School
Hometown:
Hopkinton, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Andrew Bowman
'16
Ivy League
Position:
Attack
High School:
Deerfield Academy
Hometown:
Darien, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Andrew Horn
'16
University of Vermont
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Avon Old Farms
Hometown:
Bronxville, NY
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Arjen Steegstra
'16
Union College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
The Pingree School
Hometown:
Gloucester, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Auden Menke
'16
Notre Dame
Position:
Midfield
High School:
New Hampton School
Hometown:
New Hampton, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Notre Dame because of the academic opportunities, level of lacrosse, and the coaching staff.

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 to think about all the little things that come with each school. Think about everything from what brand of cleats they wear to what academic programs they offer.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d is dedicated to teaching and helping its players get to the next level.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The committed camp at New Hampton School

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Economics

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

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

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

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Nicaragua

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Todd Gurley

12. Who is your favorite musician? Marcel Johnson student at New Hampton School

13. What is the last book you read? An Ordinary Man

14. What is your favorite quote? “Any thing in life worth doing is worth over doing.” – Lone Survivor

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Family

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Notre Dame because of the academic opportunities, level of lacrosse, and the coaching staff.

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 to think about all the little things that come with each school. Think about everything from what brand of cleats they wear to what academic programs they offer.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d is dedicated to teaching and helping its players get to the next level.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The committed camp at New Hampton School

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Economics

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

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

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

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Nicaragua

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Todd Gurley

12. Who is your favorite musician? Marcel Johnson student at New Hampton School

13. What is the last book you read? An Ordinary Man

14. What is your favorite quote? “Any thing in life worth doing is worth over doing.” – Lone Survivor

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Family

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Notre Dame because of the academic opportunities, level of lacrosse, and the coaching staff.

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 to think about all the little things that come with each school. Think about everything from what brand of cleats they wear to what academic programs they offer.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d is dedicated to teaching and helping its players get to the next level.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The committed camp at New Hampton School

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Economics

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

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

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

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Nicaragua

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Todd Gurley

12. Who is your favorite musician? Marcel Johnson student at New Hampton School

13. What is the last book you read? An Ordinary Man

14. What is your favorite quote? “Any thing in life worth doing is worth over doing.” – Lone Survivor

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Family

Bailey McLaughlin
'16
Colorado Mesa
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Benjamin Ferrucci
'16
Hobart
Position:
Attack
High School:
Valley Regional High School
Hometown:
Essex, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Hobart appealed to me as a student athlete because of the high level of academics, the balanced lacrosse, and overall atmosphere of the school.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don't rush, the right school will come along, whether that be your sophmore or senior year.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? My favorite part about 3d is the high level of training, and wealth of knowledge throughout the coaching staff. The 3d coaches make you a better player, and further your love for the game.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The systematic training, the coaches are always thinking of what's next, which prepares me for the college level.

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without. My dog Baxter.

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

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Every season I always have a pair of game day socks I wear every game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Cape Cod

What is your favorite food? Enchiladas

Who is your favorite athlete? Gareth Bale

Who is your favorite musician? Rejjie Snow

What is the last book you read? Frederick Douglas

What is your favorite quote? "Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad."

Who has been your biggest influence? My dad. He has been next to me through my entire lacrosse career, and I'm confident I wouldn't be where I am today without that support.

 

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Hobart appealed to me as a student athlete because of the high level of academics, the balanced lacrosse, and overall atmosphere of the school.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don't rush, the right school will come along, whether that be your sophmore or senior year.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? My favorite part about 3d is the high level of training, and wealth of knowledge throughout the coaching staff. The 3d coaches make you a better player, and further your love for the game.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The systematic training, the coaches are always thinking of what's next, which prepares me for the college level.

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without. My dog Baxter.

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

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Every season I always have a pair of game day socks I wear every game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Cape Cod

What is your favorite food? Enchiladas

Who is your favorite athlete? Gareth Bale

Who is your favorite musician? Rejjie Snow

What is the last book you read? Frederick Douglas

What is your favorite quote? "Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad."

Who has been your biggest influence? My dad. He has been next to me through my entire lacrosse career, and I'm confident I wouldn't be where I am today without that support.

 

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Hobart appealed to me as a student athlete because of the high level of academics, the balanced lacrosse, and overall atmosphere of the school.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don't rush, the right school will come along, whether that be your sophmore or senior year.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? My favorite part about 3d is the high level of training, and wealth of knowledge throughout the coaching staff. The 3d coaches make you a better player, and further your love for the game.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The systematic training, the coaches are always thinking of what's next, which prepares me for the college level.

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without. My dog Baxter.

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

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Every season I always have a pair of game day socks I wear every game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Cape Cod

What is your favorite food? Enchiladas

Who is your favorite athlete? Gareth Bale

Who is your favorite musician? Rejjie Snow

What is the last book you read? Frederick Douglas

What is your favorite quote? "Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad."

Who has been your biggest influence? My dad. He has been next to me through my entire lacrosse career, and I'm confident I wouldn't be where I am today without that support.

 

Bradley Snow
'16
Endicott College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. Johns Prep
Hometown:
Merrimac, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Brandon Warren
'16
Salisbury University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Calvert Hall
Hometown:
Forest Hill, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The school offers an outstanding accredited Business school, is close to family and friends and has a rich lacrosse tradition.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The most important thing I learned is to not get caught up in all of the early commits or if a school you were interested in turns out that they are not interested in you. We also focused our search on specific academic programs.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I met many great players and great guys. Also, the coaching staff was very passionate about making us better players.

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

I enjoyed working with coaches who have a great knowledge of the game and pushed us to be better.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Mathematics

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would like to have super-human sight so I could stop every shot coming my way.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always make the sign of the cross as I take my position in the goal at the start of the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica

10. What is your favorite food? Pizza

11. Who is your favorite athlete? CJ Mosley

12. Who is your favorite musician? My dad said to say Bruce Springsteen but my answer is Luke Bryan

13. What is the last book you read? “The Street Lawyer” by John Grisham

14. What is your favorite quote? “To be or not to be, that is the question”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Spencer Ford

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The school offers an outstanding accredited Business school, is close to family and friends and has a rich lacrosse tradition.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The most important thing I learned is to not get caught up in all of the early commits or if a school you were interested in turns out that they are not interested in you. We also focused our search on specific academic programs.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I met many great players and great guys. Also, the coaching staff was very passionate about making us better players.

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

I enjoyed working with coaches who have a great knowledge of the game and pushed us to be better.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Mathematics

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would like to have super-human sight so I could stop every shot coming my way.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always make the sign of the cross as I take my position in the goal at the start of the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica

10. What is your favorite food? Pizza

11. Who is your favorite athlete? CJ Mosley

12. Who is your favorite musician? My dad said to say Bruce Springsteen but my answer is Luke Bryan

13. What is the last book you read? “The Street Lawyer” by John Grisham

14. What is your favorite quote? “To be or not to be, that is the question”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Spencer Ford

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The school offers an outstanding accredited Business school, is close to family and friends and has a rich lacrosse tradition.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The most important thing I learned is to not get caught up in all of the early commits or if a school you were interested in turns out that they are not interested in you. We also focused our search on specific academic programs.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I met many great players and great guys. Also, the coaching staff was very passionate about making us better players.

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

I enjoyed working with coaches who have a great knowledge of the game and pushed us to be better.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Mathematics

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would like to have super-human sight so I could stop every shot coming my way.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always make the sign of the cross as I take my position in the goal at the start of the game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica

10. What is your favorite food? Pizza

11. Who is your favorite athlete? CJ Mosley

12. Who is your favorite musician? My dad said to say Bruce Springsteen but my answer is Luke Bryan

13. What is the last book you read? “The Street Lawyer” by John Grisham

14. What is your favorite quote? “To be or not to be, that is the question”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Spencer Ford

Bryson Taylor
'16
Ohio Wesleyan University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Brighton High School
Hometown:
Sandy, UT
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The program fit my style of play; I am very comfortable at the school, with the coaches and players. They are about winning and so am I
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Have a set of check points of things that are important to you and you want in a school and team. You can always change things, but there are certain things like your major, size of school, cost, location, coach’s style, that you need to hold true to. You also need to remain flexible and not get too high or too low during the process. It feels like you have to hurry to commit, but make sure things are right for you, before you give your word.
3. What do you like best about 3d lacrosse? Atmosphere of learning, teaching, yet looking to have fun and be a team. Coaches are great and I have learned a ton playing with 3d.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Different training technique and drills than i was used to, and just how much I really learned from coaches and system.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Science
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? Super speed, because I could go anywhere I want in a blink.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I eat a PB&J before every game.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Cancun
10. What is your favorite food? Spaghetti
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Myself
12. Who is your favorite musician? Too many to list just one
13. What is the last book you read? The hobbit
14. What is your favorite quote? It isn’t about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and still keep moving forward—for me this isn’t just a physical thing, it is mostly mental.
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The program fit my style of play; I am very comfortable at the school, with the coaches and players. They are about winning and so am I
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Have a set of check points of things that are important to you and you want in a school and team. You can always change things, but there are certain things like your major, size of school, cost, location, coach’s style, that you need to hold true to. You also need to remain flexible and not get too high or too low during the process. It feels like you have to hurry to commit, but make sure things are right for you, before you give your word.
3. What do you like best about 3d lacrosse? Atmosphere of learning, teaching, yet looking to have fun and be a team. Coaches are great and I have learned a ton playing with 3d.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Different training technique and drills than i was used to, and just how much I really learned from coaches and system.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Science
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? Super speed, because I could go anywhere I want in a blink.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I eat a PB&J before every game.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Cancun
10. What is your favorite food? Spaghetti
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Myself
12. Who is your favorite musician? Too many to list just one
13. What is the last book you read? The hobbit
14. What is your favorite quote? It isn’t about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and still keep moving forward—for me this isn’t just a physical thing, it is mostly mental.
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The program fit my style of play; I am very comfortable at the school, with the coaches and players. They are about winning and so am I
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Have a set of check points of things that are important to you and you want in a school and team. You can always change things, but there are certain things like your major, size of school, cost, location, coach’s style, that you need to hold true to. You also need to remain flexible and not get too high or too low during the process. It feels like you have to hurry to commit, but make sure things are right for you, before you give your word.
3. What do you like best about 3d lacrosse? Atmosphere of learning, teaching, yet looking to have fun and be a team. Coaches are great and I have learned a ton playing with 3d.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Different training technique and drills than i was used to, and just how much I really learned from coaches and system.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Science
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? Super speed, because I could go anywhere I want in a blink.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I eat a PB&J before every game.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Cancun
10. What is your favorite food? Spaghetti
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Myself
12. Who is your favorite musician? Too many to list just one
13. What is the last book you read? The hobbit
14. What is your favorite quote? It isn’t about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and still keep moving forward—for me this isn’t just a physical thing, it is mostly mental.
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My mom and dad

Camden Stramanak
'16
Wagner
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Annapolis High School
Hometown:
Annapolis, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Charlie Leonard
'16
Notre Dame
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Arapahoe
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? It has been a lifelong goal to play division 1 lacrosse at the university of Notre Dame.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Keep your major focus on school and your grades. Do not get all worked up and nervous when you see college coaches on the sidelines on your games, have fun and enjoy the game.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The focus on box and field lacrosse at the same time. As a LSM the box lacrosse has really helped me to fine tune my stick handling skills. In addition, I have enjoyed the high level of coaching and expertise that the 3D Team Coaching Staff has been able to offer me over the last 7 years.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Training with my best friends and always learning new things about the game I love. A practice does not go by where I do not learn something new that I can use in my games.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse because it is my favorite thing to do.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose Time Travel. The reason I selected this super power is so that I could travel into the future and watch myself play lacrosse and then come back and learn from my experiences.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game day, get to the field early (never rush) and slowly get ready physically and mentally for the battle.

What is your favorite vacation spot? The Island of Maui - Hawaii

What is your favorite food? Pasta with grilled chicken

Who is your favorite athlete? Derek Jeter (even though I am not a big baseball fan)

Who is your favorite musician? I really don’t have just one favorite musician (I like Country Music and Hip-hop).

What is the last book you read? Grendel by John Gardner

What is your favorite quote? “There are two things you cannot change in life, yesterday and tomorrow”

Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, because they have always been there for me.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? It has been a lifelong goal to play division 1 lacrosse at the university of Notre Dame.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Keep your major focus on school and your grades. Do not get all worked up and nervous when you see college coaches on the sidelines on your games, have fun and enjoy the game.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The focus on box and field lacrosse at the same time. As a LSM the box lacrosse has really helped me to fine tune my stick handling skills. In addition, I have enjoyed the high level of coaching and expertise that the 3D Team Coaching Staff has been able to offer me over the last 7 years.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Training with my best friends and always learning new things about the game I love. A practice does not go by where I do not learn something new that I can use in my games.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse because it is my favorite thing to do.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose Time Travel. The reason I selected this super power is so that I could travel into the future and watch myself play lacrosse and then come back and learn from my experiences.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game day, get to the field early (never rush) and slowly get ready physically and mentally for the battle.

What is your favorite vacation spot? The Island of Maui - Hawaii

What is your favorite food? Pasta with grilled chicken

Who is your favorite athlete? Derek Jeter (even though I am not a big baseball fan)

Who is your favorite musician? I really don’t have just one favorite musician (I like Country Music and Hip-hop).

What is the last book you read? Grendel by John Gardner

What is your favorite quote? “There are two things you cannot change in life, yesterday and tomorrow”

Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, because they have always been there for me.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? It has been a lifelong goal to play division 1 lacrosse at the university of Notre Dame.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Keep your major focus on school and your grades. Do not get all worked up and nervous when you see college coaches on the sidelines on your games, have fun and enjoy the game.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The focus on box and field lacrosse at the same time. As a LSM the box lacrosse has really helped me to fine tune my stick handling skills. In addition, I have enjoyed the high level of coaching and expertise that the 3D Team Coaching Staff has been able to offer me over the last 7 years.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Training with my best friends and always learning new things about the game I love. A practice does not go by where I do not learn something new that I can use in my games.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse because it is my favorite thing to do.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose Time Travel. The reason I selected this super power is so that I could travel into the future and watch myself play lacrosse and then come back and learn from my experiences.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? On game day, get to the field early (never rush) and slowly get ready physically and mentally for the battle.

What is your favorite vacation spot? The Island of Maui - Hawaii

What is your favorite food? Pasta with grilled chicken

Who is your favorite athlete? Derek Jeter (even though I am not a big baseball fan)

Who is your favorite musician? I really don’t have just one favorite musician (I like Country Music and Hip-hop).

What is the last book you read? Grendel by John Gardner

What is your favorite quote? “There are two things you cannot change in life, yesterday and tomorrow”

Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, because they have always been there for me.

Charlie Schiefer
'16
Detroit Mercy
Position:
Attack
High School:
Birmingham Seaholm
Hometown:
Birmingham, MI
Q&A
Christian Purcell
'16
Randolph Macon
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Annapolis High School
Hometown:
Annapolis, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Coby Petau
'16
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Mountain Vista High School
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to Commit to Colorado College because of the great academics with the block plan along with the amazing Lacrosse program with great facilities and coaching. It also came down to the fact that I wanted to be close to home and I get to do that with Colorado College.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don't give up. I know how frustrating it is to have all of your friends and teammates committing going into their Sophomore and Junior year and you have nothing. Just stick with it and everything will work out the way it's supposed to in the end. Also, try and get in touch with Seth Jacoby if you're looking at Division 3 Schools. He really helped me a lot with the process and how to do it and he set me up for success.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like how the coaches really care about the players and your not just another face. A coach will remember you if you just meet them at a camp or if they are your summer team coach. They will always be there for you and they always want the best for you.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I like how much fun they make it and how much fun they have coaching because if you have a coach that has fun it makes you have more fun and you end up working harder.

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? Probably flight because who doesn't want to just take off into the skies and go anywhere in the world.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always lay out my uniform and everything I need to wear right next to my bed the night before a game. It started because I didn't want to forget anything but it's just evolved into a tradition. I also have to touch the corner of the restraining box with my feet before a game. I've just been doing that ever since 6th grade and I keep doing it.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Maui, Hawaii

10. What is your favorite food? Burritos (especially from Chipotle)

11. Who is your favorite athlete? TJ Ward

12. Who is your favorite musician? Zac Brown Band

13. What is the last book you read? Dream World by Brian Wood

14. What is your favorite quote? "Motivated by the fear of being average"-Unknown

15. Who has been your biggest influence? -My Dad

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to Commit to Colorado College because of the great academics with the block plan along with the amazing Lacrosse program with great facilities and coaching. It also came down to the fact that I wanted to be close to home and I get to do that with Colorado College.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don't give up. I know how frustrating it is to have all of your friends and teammates committing going into their Sophomore and Junior year and you have nothing. Just stick with it and everything will work out the way it's supposed to in the end. Also, try and get in touch with Seth Jacoby if you're looking at Division 3 Schools. He really helped me a lot with the process and how to do it and he set me up for success.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like how the coaches really care about the players and your not just another face. A coach will remember you if you just meet them at a camp or if they are your summer team coach. They will always be there for you and they always want the best for you.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I like how much fun they make it and how much fun they have coaching because if you have a coach that has fun it makes you have more fun and you end up working harder.

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? Probably flight because who doesn't want to just take off into the skies and go anywhere in the world.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always lay out my uniform and everything I need to wear right next to my bed the night before a game. It started because I didn't want to forget anything but it's just evolved into a tradition. I also have to touch the corner of the restraining box with my feet before a game. I've just been doing that ever since 6th grade and I keep doing it.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Maui, Hawaii

10. What is your favorite food? Burritos (especially from Chipotle)

11. Who is your favorite athlete? TJ Ward

12. Who is your favorite musician? Zac Brown Band

13. What is the last book you read? Dream World by Brian Wood

14. What is your favorite quote? "Motivated by the fear of being average"-Unknown

15. Who has been your biggest influence? -My Dad

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to Commit to Colorado College because of the great academics with the block plan along with the amazing Lacrosse program with great facilities and coaching. It also came down to the fact that I wanted to be close to home and I get to do that with Colorado College.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Don't give up. I know how frustrating it is to have all of your friends and teammates committing going into their Sophomore and Junior year and you have nothing. Just stick with it and everything will work out the way it's supposed to in the end. Also, try and get in touch with Seth Jacoby if you're looking at Division 3 Schools. He really helped me a lot with the process and how to do it and he set me up for success.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like how the coaches really care about the players and your not just another face. A coach will remember you if you just meet them at a camp or if they are your summer team coach. They will always be there for you and they always want the best for you.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I like how much fun they make it and how much fun they have coaching because if you have a coach that has fun it makes you have more fun and you end up working harder.

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? Probably flight because who doesn't want to just take off into the skies and go anywhere in the world.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always lay out my uniform and everything I need to wear right next to my bed the night before a game. It started because I didn't want to forget anything but it's just evolved into a tradition. I also have to touch the corner of the restraining box with my feet before a game. I've just been doing that ever since 6th grade and I keep doing it.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Maui, Hawaii

10. What is your favorite food? Burritos (especially from Chipotle)

11. Who is your favorite athlete? TJ Ward

12. Who is your favorite musician? Zac Brown Band

13. What is the last book you read? Dream World by Brian Wood

14. What is your favorite quote? "Motivated by the fear of being average"-Unknown

15. Who has been your biggest influence? -My Dad

Cole Boland
'16
Loyola
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Regis Jesuit
Hometown:
Denver
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Loyola was the perfect fit for me. The academics, athletic tradition, and unbelievable facilities are extremely convincing.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The recruiting process is stressful and overwhelming at times. Try not to focus on other players and schools who are making early decisions. Play hard, play smart, be yourself, and be patient.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3D gave me the opportunity to play college lacrosse, but also helped me develop great relationships on and off the field with everyone in the 3D community.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love the energy of all the coaches bring during practice and games. The small group training, and box development helps all positions get better every day.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My cell phone unfortunately

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Super speed, like Flash from The Incredibles.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always lace up my right cleat first and wet my gloves.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

10. What is your favorite food? Chick-Fil-a

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Emmanuel Sanders

12. Who is your favorite musician? Any country or hip hop

13. What is the last book you read? The Hunger Games

14. What is your favorite quote? "It's never too early for ice cream" - Michael Scott

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents have always supported me. They would give anything to see me happy and that's what drives me.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Loyola was the perfect fit for me. The academics, athletic tradition, and unbelievable facilities are extremely convincing.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The recruiting process is stressful and overwhelming at times. Try not to focus on other players and schools who are making early decisions. Play hard, play smart, be yourself, and be patient.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3D gave me the opportunity to play college lacrosse, but also helped me develop great relationships on and off the field with everyone in the 3D community.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love the energy of all the coaches bring during practice and games. The small group training, and box development helps all positions get better every day.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My cell phone unfortunately

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Super speed, like Flash from The Incredibles.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always lace up my right cleat first and wet my gloves.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

10. What is your favorite food? Chick-Fil-a

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Emmanuel Sanders

12. Who is your favorite musician? Any country or hip hop

13. What is the last book you read? The Hunger Games

14. What is your favorite quote? "It's never too early for ice cream" - Michael Scott

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents have always supported me. They would give anything to see me happy and that's what drives me.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Loyola was the perfect fit for me. The academics, athletic tradition, and unbelievable facilities are extremely convincing.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The recruiting process is stressful and overwhelming at times. Try not to focus on other players and schools who are making early decisions. Play hard, play smart, be yourself, and be patient.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3D gave me the opportunity to play college lacrosse, but also helped me develop great relationships on and off the field with everyone in the 3D community.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I love the energy of all the coaches bring during practice and games. The small group training, and box development helps all positions get better every day.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My cell phone unfortunately

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Super speed, like Flash from The Incredibles.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always lace up my right cleat first and wet my gloves.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

10. What is your favorite food? Chick-Fil-a

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Emmanuel Sanders

12. Who is your favorite musician? Any country or hip hop

13. What is the last book you read? The Hunger Games

14. What is your favorite quote? "It's never too early for ice cream" - Michael Scott

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents have always supported me. They would give anything to see me happy and that's what drives me.

Cole Spooner
'16
Westminster
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Tesoro
Hometown:
Dove Canyon, CA
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
Colton Haines
'16
Bridgewater College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Francis Scott Key
Hometown:
Westminster, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Bridgewater because I felt that they were best suited to help me obtain a job and because the coaches told me I had a chance to see playing time all 4 years.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Always make the most of the opportunities given to you and always look for instruction from your coaches.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The thing I liked most about 3d is the fact that the coaches all wanted to see you get better and were willing to do all that they could to make that happen.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite art of 3d training was the endless 3v2 competitions we’d do at the end.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school was anatomy or any of the science classes.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I definitely could not live without my iPhone.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose teleportation because that power would allow you to instantly teleport anywhere you wanted and it would definitely get you out of some tight situations.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I would always listen to my pregame playlist from start to finish and would play at least 15 min of wall ball before putting on my eye black.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is the beach. There’s just something about the ocean and a little lacrosse on the beach that really relaxes me.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is sushi. Ever since my dad introduced it to me it has been my guilty pleasure.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Greg Gurenlian because that guy is a beast and always gets after it.

12. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is Zedd because he is a producer who ties all different kinds of musical influences into his work.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Devil in The White City. It was a book I selected for my AP Lang class and it’s about the murders of the Chicago World’s Fair.

14. What is your favorite quote? My favorite quote is a verse from the Bible, it is Micah 6:8 “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influences without a doubt are my parents because they’re always pushing me to become a better person and to achieve success and they’re one of the main reasons why I’m the person I am today.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Bridgewater because I felt that they were best suited to help me obtain a job and because the coaches told me I had a chance to see playing time all 4 years.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Always make the most of the opportunities given to you and always look for instruction from your coaches.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The thing I liked most about 3d is the fact that the coaches all wanted to see you get better and were willing to do all that they could to make that happen.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite art of 3d training was the endless 3v2 competitions we’d do at the end.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school was anatomy or any of the science classes.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I definitely could not live without my iPhone.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose teleportation because that power would allow you to instantly teleport anywhere you wanted and it would definitely get you out of some tight situations.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I would always listen to my pregame playlist from start to finish and would play at least 15 min of wall ball before putting on my eye black.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is the beach. There’s just something about the ocean and a little lacrosse on the beach that really relaxes me.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is sushi. Ever since my dad introduced it to me it has been my guilty pleasure.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Greg Gurenlian because that guy is a beast and always gets after it.

12. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is Zedd because he is a producer who ties all different kinds of musical influences into his work.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Devil in The White City. It was a book I selected for my AP Lang class and it’s about the murders of the Chicago World’s Fair.

14. What is your favorite quote? My favorite quote is a verse from the Bible, it is Micah 6:8 “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influences without a doubt are my parents because they’re always pushing me to become a better person and to achieve success and they’re one of the main reasons why I’m the person I am today.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Bridgewater because I felt that they were best suited to help me obtain a job and because the coaches told me I had a chance to see playing time all 4 years.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Always make the most of the opportunities given to you and always look for instruction from your coaches.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The thing I liked most about 3d is the fact that the coaches all wanted to see you get better and were willing to do all that they could to make that happen.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite art of 3d training was the endless 3v2 competitions we’d do at the end.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school was anatomy or any of the science classes.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I definitely could not live without my iPhone.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would choose teleportation because that power would allow you to instantly teleport anywhere you wanted and it would definitely get you out of some tight situations.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I would always listen to my pregame playlist from start to finish and would play at least 15 min of wall ball before putting on my eye black.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is the beach. There’s just something about the ocean and a little lacrosse on the beach that really relaxes me.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is sushi. Ever since my dad introduced it to me it has been my guilty pleasure.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Greg Gurenlian because that guy is a beast and always gets after it.

12. Who is your favorite musician? My favorite musician is Zedd because he is a producer who ties all different kinds of musical influences into his work.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Devil in The White City. It was a book I selected for my AP Lang class and it’s about the murders of the Chicago World’s Fair.

14. What is your favorite quote? My favorite quote is a verse from the Bible, it is Micah 6:8 “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influences without a doubt are my parents because they’re always pushing me to become a better person and to achieve success and they’re one of the main reasons why I’m the person I am today.

Connor Jongewaard
'16
Connecticut College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Palos Verdes High School
Hometown:
Palos Verdes Estates, CA
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
Cooper Belanger
'16
Colgate
Position:
Attack
High School:
Detroit Country Day School
Hometown:
Bloomfield, MI
Q&A
Hans Gieschen
'16
Westminster
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Westview
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Henry Adams
'16
Michigan
Position:
Attack
High School:
Cherry Creek
Hometown:
Cherry Hills Village, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Holden Catlett
'16
Colgate
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lakeridge High School
Hometown:
Lake Oswego, OR
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? It has always been my dream to play lacrosse for a premier academic school that has a strong lacrosse tradition and Colgate definitely achieves both. For about the past two years I have been reaching out to Colgate so when they finally made an offer it was a no brainer 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? Coming from Oregon, the recruiting process was especially hard for me so my experience may differ from the majority. But if I could say one thing, it would be to try narrow your list down to about 5 schools and then really go after those ones. Sending blast emails to 20+ schools just doesn’t work. As much as you want to be wanted, coaches want to be wanted as well. Get onto the campus of your dream school, call the coach once a week and make sure he knows you are willing to do anything to play for that school.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Not only was it a lot of fun playing with the 3d LA guys, but the connections that 3d used for my benefit was really a difference maker in my recruiting process.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I’m always a fan of some 4 v 3’s.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? English

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would be able to control people’s minds so I could make Jennifer Anniston love me.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t really do anything out of the norm, I listen to music and drink some pre-workout while I get in the zone in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Cabo, Mexico

10. What is your favorite food? A perfectly cooked Bacon Cheeseburger with some avocado and special sauce.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Steve Prefontaine

12. Who is your favorite musician? My brother Griffin–he’s 15 and slays on the vocals and piano. Absolute ladies’ man.

13. What is the last book you read? The Stranger by Albert Camus

14. What is your favorite quote? “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift” - Pre

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, no one has my back like they do.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? It has always been my dream to play lacrosse for a premier academic school that has a strong lacrosse tradition and Colgate definitely achieves both. For about the past two years I have been reaching out to Colgate so when they finally made an offer it was a no brainer 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? Coming from Oregon, the recruiting process was especially hard for me so my experience may differ from the majority. But if I could say one thing, it would be to try narrow your list down to about 5 schools and then really go after those ones. Sending blast emails to 20+ schools just doesn’t work. As much as you want to be wanted, coaches want to be wanted as well. Get onto the campus of your dream school, call the coach once a week and make sure he knows you are willing to do anything to play for that school.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Not only was it a lot of fun playing with the 3d LA guys, but the connections that 3d used for my benefit was really a difference maker in my recruiting process.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I’m always a fan of some 4 v 3’s.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? English

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would be able to control people’s minds so I could make Jennifer Anniston love me.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t really do anything out of the norm, I listen to music and drink some pre-workout while I get in the zone in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Cabo, Mexico

10. What is your favorite food? A perfectly cooked Bacon Cheeseburger with some avocado and special sauce.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Steve Prefontaine

12. Who is your favorite musician? My brother Griffin–he’s 15 and slays on the vocals and piano. Absolute ladies’ man.

13. What is the last book you read? The Stranger by Albert Camus

14. What is your favorite quote? “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift” - Pre

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, no one has my back like they do.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? It has always been my dream to play lacrosse for a premier academic school that has a strong lacrosse tradition and Colgate definitely achieves both. For about the past two years I have been reaching out to Colgate so when they finally made an offer it was a no brainer 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? Coming from Oregon, the recruiting process was especially hard for me so my experience may differ from the majority. But if I could say one thing, it would be to try narrow your list down to about 5 schools and then really go after those ones. Sending blast emails to 20+ schools just doesn’t work. As much as you want to be wanted, coaches want to be wanted as well. Get onto the campus of your dream school, call the coach once a week and make sure he knows you are willing to do anything to play for that school.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Not only was it a lot of fun playing with the 3d LA guys, but the connections that 3d used for my benefit was really a difference maker in my recruiting process.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I’m always a fan of some 4 v 3’s.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? English

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would be able to control people’s minds so I could make Jennifer Anniston love me.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t really do anything out of the norm, I listen to music and drink some pre-workout while I get in the zone in the locker room.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Cabo, Mexico

10. What is your favorite food? A perfectly cooked Bacon Cheeseburger with some avocado and special sauce.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Steve Prefontaine

12. Who is your favorite musician? My brother Griffin–he’s 15 and slays on the vocals and piano. Absolute ladies’ man.

13. What is the last book you read? The Stranger by Albert Camus

14. What is your favorite quote? “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift” - Pre

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, no one has my back like they do.

Hunter Reynolds
'16
Wesleyan
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Berkshire School
Hometown:
Farmington, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Ian Genord
'16
Indianapolis
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Notre Dame Prep
Hometown:
Rochester, MI
Q&A
Jackson McElhenney
'16
Detroit Mercy
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Seaholm
Hometown:
Royal Oak, MI
Q&A
Jacob Yordy
'16
Jacksonville
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Great Oak
Hometown:
Temecula, CA
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
Jake Butler
'16
Arcadia
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Jake Fiske
'16
Bryant University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Jake Landon
'16
Grand Canyon
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Jake McLean
'16
Towson University
Position:
Midfield
High School:
La Costa Canyon
Hometown:
Encinitas, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Towson University because I wanted to get a great education, and have the opportunity to play for and win a National Championship. After I met the coaching staff and toured the University I definitely saw a future for myself at Towson.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Coaches are surprisingly looking at future prospects that are as young as eighth grade. The earlier you start the recruiting process the better. Highlight films are great if you don’t live in an area where coaches can easily see you play. Determination is the most important piece of getting recruited. Once you target the schools you would like to attend, you can never send enough emails, or make enough phone calls to coaches to get them to come watch you play.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse is focused on the development of the player’s game. The coaches develop relationships with every player and they work them individually to improve their game, then it’s an easy transition into the team offense or defense. Everyone is on the same page with the same goal and we compete with each other to make our team as best it can be. They have also been great assisting with the recruiting process.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? All the players and coaches are great people who all want to succeed, like I said before, everyone is on the same page and plays with determination in order to push each other. They’ve created a great environment that provides the best opportunity to grow as a lacrosse player.

What is your favorite subject in school? Physics is my favorite subject in school, as I want to become an engineer.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without my mom’s home made meals after long trips to the east coast, when I leave for college I’m going to bring a cooler with me full of food.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I would choose a fighter jet because they are deadly and almost impossible to catch, they’re super stealthy.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have to take a shower before every game and I like to sit in the locker-room with my eyes closed and imagine what plays I am going to make during the game to help get myself focused.

What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is called Great Exuma, it’s an island in the Bahamas where my family goes for Christmas

What is your favorite food? My favorite food is either spaghetti or sushi.

Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete was Adrian Peterson before his child abuse charges.

Who is your favorite musician? I don’t have a favorite musician now, but as I was growing up I loved the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Towson University because I wanted to get a great education, and have the opportunity to play for and win a National Championship. After I met the coaching staff and toured the University I definitely saw a future for myself at Towson.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Coaches are surprisingly looking at future prospects that are as young as eighth grade. The earlier you start the recruiting process the better. Highlight films are great if you don’t live in an area where coaches can easily see you play. Determination is the most important piece of getting recruited. Once you target the schools you would like to attend, you can never send enough emails, or make enough phone calls to coaches to get them to come watch you play.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse is focused on the development of the player’s game. The coaches develop relationships with every player and they work them individually to improve their game, then it’s an easy transition into the team offense or defense. Everyone is on the same page with the same goal and we compete with each other to make our team as best it can be. They have also been great assisting with the recruiting process.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? All the players and coaches are great people who all want to succeed, like I said before, everyone is on the same page and plays with determination in order to push each other. They’ve created a great environment that provides the best opportunity to grow as a lacrosse player.

What is your favorite subject in school? Physics is my favorite subject in school, as I want to become an engineer.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without my mom’s home made meals after long trips to the east coast, when I leave for college I’m going to bring a cooler with me full of food.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I would choose a fighter jet because they are deadly and almost impossible to catch, they’re super stealthy.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have to take a shower before every game and I like to sit in the locker-room with my eyes closed and imagine what plays I am going to make during the game to help get myself focused.

What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is called Great Exuma, it’s an island in the Bahamas where my family goes for Christmas

What is your favorite food? My favorite food is either spaghetti or sushi.

Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete was Adrian Peterson before his child abuse charges.

Who is your favorite musician? I don’t have a favorite musician now, but as I was growing up I loved the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose Towson University because I wanted to get a great education, and have the opportunity to play for and win a National Championship. After I met the coaching staff and toured the University I definitely saw a future for myself at Towson.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Coaches are surprisingly looking at future prospects that are as young as eighth grade. The earlier you start the recruiting process the better. Highlight films are great if you don’t live in an area where coaches can easily see you play. Determination is the most important piece of getting recruited. Once you target the schools you would like to attend, you can never send enough emails, or make enough phone calls to coaches to get them to come watch you play.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d lacrosse is focused on the development of the player’s game. The coaches develop relationships with every player and they work them individually to improve their game, then it’s an easy transition into the team offense or defense. Everyone is on the same page with the same goal and we compete with each other to make our team as best it can be. They have also been great assisting with the recruiting process.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? All the players and coaches are great people who all want to succeed, like I said before, everyone is on the same page and plays with determination in order to push each other. They’ve created a great environment that provides the best opportunity to grow as a lacrosse player.

What is your favorite subject in school? Physics is my favorite subject in school, as I want to become an engineer.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I could not live without my mom’s home made meals after long trips to the east coast, when I leave for college I’m going to bring a cooler with me full of food.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I would choose a fighter jet because they are deadly and almost impossible to catch, they’re super stealthy.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have to take a shower before every game and I like to sit in the locker-room with my eyes closed and imagine what plays I am going to make during the game to help get myself focused.

What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is called Great Exuma, it’s an island in the Bahamas where my family goes for Christmas

What is your favorite food? My favorite food is either spaghetti or sushi.

Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete was Adrian Peterson before his child abuse charges.

Who is your favorite musician? I don’t have a favorite musician now, but as I was growing up I loved the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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

Jimmy Young
'16
Bowdoin College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy
Hometown:
Exeter, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Bowdoin because of their strong academics, outstanding coaches and players, and the warm campus feel.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The biggest piece of advice that I would give others about the recruiting process is not to be shy. It is extremely important to email, text, or call coaches showing them your interest in their school and lacrosse program.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d Lacrosse gave me the opportunity to play for outstanding coaches in competitive tournaments with talented players.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is the upbeat practices.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is science. Specifically, I enjoy biology the best.

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would be Dash from The Incredibles because I love his super speed.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? My only pregame ritual is playing catch with Henry Behrens during warm-ups.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is my lake house in Maine where I have spent every summer since a young age.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is baby back ribs.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Tom Brady. I love the energy and competitive spirit that he brings to the game every time he steps on the field.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t have one favorite musician, but I am a fan of country music.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Born to Run. It was the best sports book that I have ever read.

14. What is your favorite quote? I do not have a favorite quote.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Both of my parents have had a tremendous influence on my life.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Bowdoin because of their strong academics, outstanding coaches and players, and the warm campus feel.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The biggest piece of advice that I would give others about the recruiting process is not to be shy. It is extremely important to email, text, or call coaches showing them your interest in their school and lacrosse program.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d Lacrosse gave me the opportunity to play for outstanding coaches in competitive tournaments with talented players.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is the upbeat practices.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is science. Specifically, I enjoy biology the best.

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would be Dash from The Incredibles because I love his super speed.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? My only pregame ritual is playing catch with Henry Behrens during warm-ups.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is my lake house in Maine where I have spent every summer since a young age.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is baby back ribs.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Tom Brady. I love the energy and competitive spirit that he brings to the game every time he steps on the field.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t have one favorite musician, but I am a fan of country music.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Born to Run. It was the best sports book that I have ever read.

14. What is your favorite quote? I do not have a favorite quote.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Both of my parents have had a tremendous influence on my life.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Bowdoin because of their strong academics, outstanding coaches and players, and the warm campus feel.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The biggest piece of advice that I would give others about the recruiting process is not to be shy. It is extremely important to email, text, or call coaches showing them your interest in their school and lacrosse program.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? 3d Lacrosse gave me the opportunity to play for outstanding coaches in competitive tournaments with talented players.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training is the upbeat practices.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is science. Specifically, I enjoy biology the best.

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would be Dash from The Incredibles because I love his super speed.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? My only pregame ritual is playing catch with Henry Behrens during warm-ups.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite vacation spot is my lake house in Maine where I have spent every summer since a young age.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is baby back ribs.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Tom Brady. I love the energy and competitive spirit that he brings to the game every time he steps on the field.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t have one favorite musician, but I am a fan of country music.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Born to Run. It was the best sports book that I have ever read.

14. What is your favorite quote? I do not have a favorite quote.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Both of my parents have had a tremendous influence on my life.

John Van Sickle
'16
Drexel University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Mira Costa High School
Hometown:
Manhattan Beach, CA
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
Jonathan Boos
'16
Middlebury
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Detroit Country Day
Hometown:
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Q&A
Josh Melton
'16
Air Force
Position:
Attack
High School:
Grandview
Hometown:
Centennial, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Josh Scrabeck
'16
Christopher Newport
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Brophy College Prep
Hometown:
Q&A
Justin Burnette
'16
Stevenson
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Owings Mills
Hometown:
Owings Mills, MD
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Keaton Komatz
'16
Notre Dame
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Heritage
Hometown:
Littleton, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? There are many reasons why I committed to Notre Dame University, but one of the main reasons was because I know I could see myself in every aspect of the college in the future. From the classes, to the lacrosse fields, with my coaches, teammates and classmates, and to the football stadium, I could see myself having a college life at Notre Dame full of awesome experiences and creating lifetime memories and friends.

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

Through my recruiting process, it helps to listen to what all my coaches had to say and to be coachable, they know a lot more than any high school kid. Also, it can be very stressful while playing in all of the games and tournaments, just hoping not to mess up in front of any coach that may be recruiting, so it helped me to just block out all of that and just play that ball. Coaches understand we are people and people mess up but they want to see the kids who go out after every ball and hustle even more when they make a mistake. Give it your all.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part of 3d lacrosse is as you go 100% in the practices and games, there are your friends right there with you. The coaches are top notch, and give the players the best kind of training.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The best part about my 3d training over the years is building relations with friends from other schools and going to tournaments year round with them. And of course the occasional 3 by we get to play during the summer practices.

What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics because I have always been really good with math based subjects, plus we get to ride hovercrafts and launch balls out of cannons.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I couldn’t live without skiing. I have the ability to do what ever I want where ever I want on the mountain. It’s sometime away from my everyday life where I can relax and have fun with family and friends.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would definitely would like to have the ability to go back in time so that I could change all the humiliating times I’ve had… even though I’ve been told that gives you character.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? While I stretch before the game, I close my eyes and think to myself some of the things that I have accomplished in life and the good times that came with them. This way I can clear my mind of all the negative thoughts and get ready to play my best.

What is your favorite vacation spot? MY favorite vacation spot is the Spanish Virgin Island. I went on a sailing trip down there in 8th grade and had a blast swimming in the reefs and laying on the beach.

What is your favorite food? My Favorite Food is Chinese food.

Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Peyton Manning, Yeah he might be mainstream right now but to me he always seams to never boast on the victories, never argues with others, and is always looking to get better even after all his years. He is a team player.

Who is your favorite musician? I listen to a lot of music but I can always fall back to is Wiz Khalifa

What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Unstoppable by Anthony Robles. It tells the story how Anthony overcomes his disadvantage of having only one leg to win the NCAA Wrestling Championships.

What is your favorite quote? “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all” –Helen Keller

Who has been your biggest influence? The biggest influences in my life are my grandfather and friends Ever since we were little, my friends and I have always been competitive with each other over sports, grades, and girls. My grandfather always kept me accountable for things I needed to do and he supported me.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? There are many reasons why I committed to Notre Dame University, but one of the main reasons was because I know I could see myself in every aspect of the college in the future. From the classes, to the lacrosse fields, with my coaches, teammates and classmates, and to the football stadium, I could see myself having a college life at Notre Dame full of awesome experiences and creating lifetime memories and friends.

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

Through my recruiting process, it helps to listen to what all my coaches had to say and to be coachable, they know a lot more than any high school kid. Also, it can be very stressful while playing in all of the games and tournaments, just hoping not to mess up in front of any coach that may be recruiting, so it helped me to just block out all of that and just play that ball. Coaches understand we are people and people mess up but they want to see the kids who go out after every ball and hustle even more when they make a mistake. Give it your all.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part of 3d lacrosse is as you go 100% in the practices and games, there are your friends right there with you. The coaches are top notch, and give the players the best kind of training.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The best part about my 3d training over the years is building relations with friends from other schools and going to tournaments year round with them. And of course the occasional 3 by we get to play during the summer practices.

What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics because I have always been really good with math based subjects, plus we get to ride hovercrafts and launch balls out of cannons.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I couldn’t live without skiing. I have the ability to do what ever I want where ever I want on the mountain. It’s sometime away from my everyday life where I can relax and have fun with family and friends.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would definitely would like to have the ability to go back in time so that I could change all the humiliating times I’ve had… even though I’ve been told that gives you character.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? While I stretch before the game, I close my eyes and think to myself some of the things that I have accomplished in life and the good times that came with them. This way I can clear my mind of all the negative thoughts and get ready to play my best.

What is your favorite vacation spot? MY favorite vacation spot is the Spanish Virgin Island. I went on a sailing trip down there in 8th grade and had a blast swimming in the reefs and laying on the beach.

What is your favorite food? My Favorite Food is Chinese food.

Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Peyton Manning, Yeah he might be mainstream right now but to me he always seams to never boast on the victories, never argues with others, and is always looking to get better even after all his years. He is a team player.

Who is your favorite musician? I listen to a lot of music but I can always fall back to is Wiz Khalifa

What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Unstoppable by Anthony Robles. It tells the story how Anthony overcomes his disadvantage of having only one leg to win the NCAA Wrestling Championships.

What is your favorite quote? “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all” –Helen Keller

Who has been your biggest influence? The biggest influences in my life are my grandfather and friends Ever since we were little, my friends and I have always been competitive with each other over sports, grades, and girls. My grandfather always kept me accountable for things I needed to do and he supported me.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? There are many reasons why I committed to Notre Dame University, but one of the main reasons was because I know I could see myself in every aspect of the college in the future. From the classes, to the lacrosse fields, with my coaches, teammates and classmates, and to the football stadium, I could see myself having a college life at Notre Dame full of awesome experiences and creating lifetime memories and friends.

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

Through my recruiting process, it helps to listen to what all my coaches had to say and to be coachable, they know a lot more than any high school kid. Also, it can be very stressful while playing in all of the games and tournaments, just hoping not to mess up in front of any coach that may be recruiting, so it helped me to just block out all of that and just play that ball. Coaches understand we are people and people mess up but they want to see the kids who go out after every ball and hustle even more when they make a mistake. Give it your all.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part of 3d lacrosse is as you go 100% in the practices and games, there are your friends right there with you. The coaches are top notch, and give the players the best kind of training.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The best part about my 3d training over the years is building relations with friends from other schools and going to tournaments year round with them. And of course the occasional 3 by we get to play during the summer practices.

What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school is Physics because I have always been really good with math based subjects, plus we get to ride hovercrafts and launch balls out of cannons.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I couldn’t live without skiing. I have the ability to do what ever I want where ever I want on the mountain. It’s sometime away from my everyday life where I can relax and have fun with family and friends.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would definitely would like to have the ability to go back in time so that I could change all the humiliating times I’ve had… even though I’ve been told that gives you character.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? While I stretch before the game, I close my eyes and think to myself some of the things that I have accomplished in life and the good times that came with them. This way I can clear my mind of all the negative thoughts and get ready to play my best.

What is your favorite vacation spot? MY favorite vacation spot is the Spanish Virgin Island. I went on a sailing trip down there in 8th grade and had a blast swimming in the reefs and laying on the beach.

What is your favorite food? My Favorite Food is Chinese food.

Who is your favorite athlete? My favorite athlete is Peyton Manning, Yeah he might be mainstream right now but to me he always seams to never boast on the victories, never argues with others, and is always looking to get better even after all his years. He is a team player.

Who is your favorite musician? I listen to a lot of music but I can always fall back to is Wiz Khalifa

What is the last book you read? The last book I read was Unstoppable by Anthony Robles. It tells the story how Anthony overcomes his disadvantage of having only one leg to win the NCAA Wrestling Championships.

What is your favorite quote? “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all” –Helen Keller

Who has been your biggest influence? The biggest influences in my life are my grandfather and friends Ever since we were little, my friends and I have always been competitive with each other over sports, grades, and girls. My grandfather always kept me accountable for things I needed to do and he supported me.

Keenan Moffitt
'16
Marquette
Position:
Attack
High School:
Arapahoe
Hometown:
Littleton, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Lachlan Nash
'16
DePauw University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
The Hotchkiss School
Hometown:
McLean, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Luke Keenan
'16
Ivy League
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Hometown:
Courtice, ON
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Loved the campus, coaching staff, style of play and the academics of the school.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The best way to showcase yourself is by being an unselfish team player and play a full field game. When deciding on a school, don’t rush your decision and make your decision on both the lacrosse program and the academic program.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The knowledge, support and advice, Jamie Munro and the coaching staff provide are the best around.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Learning new field skills since I play mainly box lacrosse in Ontario.
What is your favorite subject in school? Law
Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse stick and water
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Gait Torque head. I have used it since an early age and have tried other heads but always quickly return to the Torque.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Anything to warm up my hands (shooting, stick in my hands during the day)
What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica
What is your favorite food? Sushi
Who is your favorite athlete? Mark Matthews
Who is your favorite musician? Mumford and Sons
What is the last book you read? The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
What is your favorite quote? “Some people dream of becoming champions while others work hard to make it a reality”
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents with the amount of time and support they have provided to help me reach my goals. They help provide me with the extra motivation to be successful.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Loved the campus, coaching staff, style of play and the academics of the school.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The best way to showcase yourself is by being an unselfish team player and play a full field game. When deciding on a school, don’t rush your decision and make your decision on both the lacrosse program and the academic program.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The knowledge, support and advice, Jamie Munro and the coaching staff provide are the best around.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Learning new field skills since I play mainly box lacrosse in Ontario.
What is your favorite subject in school? Law
Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse stick and water
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Gait Torque head. I have used it since an early age and have tried other heads but always quickly return to the Torque.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Anything to warm up my hands (shooting, stick in my hands during the day)
What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica
What is your favorite food? Sushi
Who is your favorite athlete? Mark Matthews
Who is your favorite musician? Mumford and Sons
What is the last book you read? The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
What is your favorite quote? “Some people dream of becoming champions while others work hard to make it a reality”
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents with the amount of time and support they have provided to help me reach my goals. They help provide me with the extra motivation to be successful.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Loved the campus, coaching staff, style of play and the academics of the school.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? The best way to showcase yourself is by being an unselfish team player and play a full field game. When deciding on a school, don’t rush your decision and make your decision on both the lacrosse program and the academic program.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The knowledge, support and advice, Jamie Munro and the coaching staff provide are the best around.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? Learning new field skills since I play mainly box lacrosse in Ontario.
What is your favorite subject in school? Law
Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse stick and water
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Gait Torque head. I have used it since an early age and have tried other heads but always quickly return to the Torque.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Anything to warm up my hands (shooting, stick in my hands during the day)
What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica
What is your favorite food? Sushi
Who is your favorite athlete? Mark Matthews
Who is your favorite musician? Mumford and Sons
What is the last book you read? The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
What is your favorite quote? “Some people dream of becoming champions while others work hard to make it a reality”
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents with the amount of time and support they have provided to help me reach my goals. They help provide me with the extra motivation to be successful.

Luke Liljenstolpe
'16
Vassar
Position:
Attack
High School:
Mountain Ridge
Hometown:
Glendale, AZ
Q&A
Luke Nachazel
'16
Ursinus
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Mullen
Hometown:
Littleton, Co
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Massimo Bucci
'16
Georgetown
Position:
Attack
High School:
IMG Academy
Hometown:
Ithaca, NY
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Matt Azarela
'16
Washington College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Governor's Academy
Hometown:
Sudbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The coaching staff and to get a good educations.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Work hard everyday to achieve your goals, and also to reach out to coaches early in the process.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching, and how they want everyone to get better.

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? History

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always put my left cleat on before my right cleat.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Kiawah Island, SC

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Michael Jordan

12. Who is your favorite musician? Lil Wayne

13. What is the last book you read? Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway

14. What is your favorite quote? "The only thing standing between you and your goal is the BS story you keep telling yourself as to why you can't achieve it." - Jordan Belfort

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents and Grandfather.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The coaching staff and to get a good educations.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Work hard everyday to achieve your goals, and also to reach out to coaches early in the process.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching, and how they want everyone to get better.

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? History

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always put my left cleat on before my right cleat.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Kiawah Island, SC

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Michael Jordan

12. Who is your favorite musician? Lil Wayne

13. What is the last book you read? Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway

14. What is your favorite quote? "The only thing standing between you and your goal is the BS story you keep telling yourself as to why you can't achieve it." - Jordan Belfort

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents and Grandfather.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The coaching staff and to get a good educations.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Work hard everyday to achieve your goals, and also to reach out to coaches early in the process.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The coaching, and how they want everyone to get better.

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? History

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always put my left cleat on before my right cleat.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Kiawah Island, SC

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Michael Jordan

12. Who is your favorite musician? Lil Wayne

13. What is the last book you read? Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway

14. What is your favorite quote? "The only thing standing between you and your goal is the BS story you keep telling yourself as to why you can't achieve it." - Jordan Belfort

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents and Grandfather.

Matt Russell
'16
Army
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Fort Mill
Hometown:
Fort Mill, SC
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Matt Trowbridge
'16
Michigan
Position:
Goalie
High School:
MICDS
Hometown:
Ballwin, MO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Michigan because I fell in love the school the second I stepped on campus. It is a great academic school and really just mirrored everything I was looking for in a college. In addition, I loved the coaching staff and the family atmosphere that they have created.

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 just tell players to enjoy the process and not to rush it. It's a once in a life time experience and I would encourage them to take it all in and have fun with it.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the training that they do and it was fun to meet the new kids. Also, the coaching staff is unparalleled.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The fast pace and speed that the training happens at. It is great preparation for college lacrosse.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math or science

Name one thing that you could not live without. Friends

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? A lightsabor. Because I would block gunshots and reflect them and cool stuff like that.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I try not to be very superstitious, but a couple weird ones that I have are that I always wear a long sleeve shirt for games and eat a packet of Scooby snacks prior to the game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Florida

What is your favorite food? Pizza

Who is your favorite athlete? Matt Poillon

Who is your favorite musician? Childish Gambino

What is the last book you read? The Great Gatsby

What is your favorite quote? I have two: "The team, the team, the team" - Bo Schembechler and "No" -Rosa Parks
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, Coaches and teammates.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Michigan because I fell in love the school the second I stepped on campus. It is a great academic school and really just mirrored everything I was looking for in a college. In addition, I loved the coaching staff and the family atmosphere that they have created.

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 just tell players to enjoy the process and not to rush it. It's a once in a life time experience and I would encourage them to take it all in and have fun with it.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the training that they do and it was fun to meet the new kids. Also, the coaching staff is unparalleled.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The fast pace and speed that the training happens at. It is great preparation for college lacrosse.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math or science

Name one thing that you could not live without. Friends

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? A lightsabor. Because I would block gunshots and reflect them and cool stuff like that.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I try not to be very superstitious, but a couple weird ones that I have are that I always wear a long sleeve shirt for games and eat a packet of Scooby snacks prior to the game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Florida

What is your favorite food? Pizza

Who is your favorite athlete? Matt Poillon

Who is your favorite musician? Childish Gambino

What is the last book you read? The Great Gatsby

What is your favorite quote? I have two: "The team, the team, the team" - Bo Schembechler and "No" -Rosa Parks
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, Coaches and teammates.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Michigan because I fell in love the school the second I stepped on campus. It is a great academic school and really just mirrored everything I was looking for in a college. In addition, I loved the coaching staff and the family atmosphere that they have created.

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 just tell players to enjoy the process and not to rush it. It's a once in a life time experience and I would encourage them to take it all in and have fun with it.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the training that they do and it was fun to meet the new kids. Also, the coaching staff is unparalleled.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? The fast pace and speed that the training happens at. It is great preparation for college lacrosse.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math or science

Name one thing that you could not live without. Friends

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? A lightsabor. Because I would block gunshots and reflect them and cool stuff like that.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I try not to be very superstitious, but a couple weird ones that I have are that I always wear a long sleeve shirt for games and eat a packet of Scooby snacks prior to the game.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Florida

What is your favorite food? Pizza

Who is your favorite athlete? Matt Poillon

Who is your favorite musician? Childish Gambino

What is the last book you read? The Great Gatsby

What is your favorite quote? I have two: "The team, the team, the team" - Bo Schembechler and "No" -Rosa Parks
Who has been your biggest influence? My parents, Coaches and teammates.

Michael Guerin
'16
UNC
Position:
Attack
High School:
Kent School
Hometown:
East Longmeadow, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Mike Pryor
'16
University of Denver
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Mullen
Hometown:
Denver, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Milan Murray
'16
University of Virginia
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Thayer Academy
Hometown:
Abington, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Great academic reputation and great lacrosse tradition

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? If you were not playing lacrosse, would you still go to that college?

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? How close everyone is

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Committed Camp

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without. Cellphone

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Read minds - so I could know what really, really smart people are thinking

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to some music

What is your favorite vacation spot? Anguilla

What is your favorite food? Cheeseburger

Who is your favorite athlete? Manziel

Who is your favorite musician? Drake

What is the last book you read? One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

What is your favorite quote? "A lion doesn't concern itself with the option of a sheep."

Who has been your biggest influence? Grandad

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Great academic reputation and great lacrosse tradition

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? If you were not playing lacrosse, would you still go to that college?

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? How close everyone is

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Committed Camp

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without. Cellphone

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Read minds - so I could know what really, really smart people are thinking

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to some music

What is your favorite vacation spot? Anguilla

What is your favorite food? Cheeseburger

Who is your favorite athlete? Manziel

Who is your favorite musician? Drake

What is the last book you read? One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

What is your favorite quote? "A lion doesn't concern itself with the option of a sheep."

Who has been your biggest influence? Grandad

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Great academic reputation and great lacrosse tradition

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? If you were not playing lacrosse, would you still go to that college?

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? How close everyone is

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Committed Camp

What is your favorite subject in school? English

Name one thing that you could not live without. Cellphone

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Read minds - so I could know what really, really smart people are thinking

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to some music

What is your favorite vacation spot? Anguilla

What is your favorite food? Cheeseburger

Who is your favorite athlete? Manziel

Who is your favorite musician? Drake

What is the last book you read? One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

What is your favorite quote? "A lion doesn't concern itself with the option of a sheep."

Who has been your biggest influence? Grandad

Nic Ancona
'16
Wagner
Position:
Attack
High School:
Paul VI Catholic High School
Hometown:
Warrentown, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The coaches made me feel welcomed and 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? Always reach out to the coach and keep the lines of communication open.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? That everyone at 3D wants you to reach your ultimate goal in playing college lacrosse. The 3D Mid-Atlantic staff was great.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Line Drills
5. What is your favorite subject in school? History
6. Name one thing that you could not live without.Chipotle
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? To fly...
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to music
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii
10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Alex Morgan
12. Who is your favorite musician? Luke Bryan
13. What is the last book you read? The Outliers
14. What is your favorite quote> "Why not here guy" - Steven Brooks
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents. They are always there for me.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The coaches made me feel welcomed and 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? Always reach out to the coach and keep the lines of communication open.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? That everyone at 3D wants you to reach your ultimate goal in playing college lacrosse. The 3D Mid-Atlantic staff was great.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Line Drills
5. What is your favorite subject in school? History
6. Name one thing that you could not live without.Chipotle
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? To fly...
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to music
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii
10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Alex Morgan
12. Who is your favorite musician? Luke Bryan
13. What is the last book you read? The Outliers
14. What is your favorite quote> "Why not here guy" - Steven Brooks
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents. They are always there for me.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The coaches made me feel welcomed and 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? Always reach out to the coach and keep the lines of communication open.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? That everyone at 3D wants you to reach your ultimate goal in playing college lacrosse. The 3D Mid-Atlantic staff was great.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? Line Drills
5. What is your favorite subject in school? History
6. Name one thing that you could not live without.Chipotle
7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? To fly...
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to music
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii
10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Alex Morgan
12. Who is your favorite musician? Luke Bryan
13. What is the last book you read? The Outliers
14. What is your favorite quote> "Why not here guy" - Steven Brooks
15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents. They are always there for me.

Nick Ellerton
'16
Boston University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. Michaels College School
Hometown:
Toronto, ON
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Boston University for many reasons. First off, I got a great vibe from Coach Polley, as well as the rest of the coaching staff. They were easy to talk to, upbeat, friendly guys and I just really liked them. I also really liked the campus. I visited a few other schools and BU was definitely my favorite campus and Boston's just an amazing city. I'm interested in pursuing business and they have a top tier business program and are all around regarded as a top academic school so that definitely factored in as well. I was able to meet some of the players and everything just seemed like a good fit for me.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?Definitely, don't be discouraged if your friends are getting looks and emails or things are happening around you but it hasn't really picked up for you yet. Recruiting is a very weird process in that one week you could have nothing going for you then all of the sudden after one tournament you have four or five schools interested in you. At the same time you don't want to be too anxious when schools do start expressing interest because you have to do your homework and make sure that's what you want in a school. College is a big decision and there are a lot of factors that go into making that decision so makesure you check everything out first before making a decision. A big thing with early recruiting now is hightlight videos. You definitely want to make sure you get some film together and make a highlight tape to get out to schools. A good highlight tape can put you on the map for a lot of schools. Lastly, always work your hardest. I know its cliche but people are always watching and the little things matter they can either put you on a coach's radar or get your name crossed off his list.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I came out of a pretty small club program and the first travel team I played for definitely helped me develop because I got exposure to the American game, I was playing with and against better talent and in a sense I was forced to elevate my game. After a few years of playing for another program, I was invited to play for 3d and what I loved the most about it was the instruction, how knowledgeable the instructors were at every position. I play pole and when I was younger I never really had a lot of instruction on different techniques or strategies other than basic slide packages and checks. The first training session I had with 3d was a two day minicamp before the upcoming season of summerball. I said it then and I'll say it now, I learned more in that weekend than I had in years and had a lot of fun doing it. All the instructors are on the same page, they teach the same things they make you compete and push you to be better and it was just an amazing experience.


 What was your favorite part of 3d training? Definitely the instruction. Coming from a background of not having a ton of great instruction from club teams, 3d really rose above everything else I'd experienced.

What is your favorite subject in school? I'd probably have to say either math or law. It's too close to tell.

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse. I've been playing since I was three years old, lacrosse is my life.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Definitely some type of gun. You never want to be the guy that brings a knife to a gun fight.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Not a big superstition guy but I'll usually wet me hair to keep it pushed back and out of my face. Right before the first faceoff the other poles, the goalie, and I have a huddle in front of the net and do a silent D cheer but that's about it.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii, beautiful and I love the warm weather.

What is your favorite food? PIzza, gotta keep it simple.

Who is your favorite athlete? I think I'd have to go with Brodie Merril.

Who is your favorite musician? I listen to a pretty wide variety, hard to pick one but probably Eric Church.

What is the last book you read? No Great Mischief, it's for an English assignment.

What is your favorite quote? "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you will be successful."

Who has been your biggest influence? Other than my parents I would have to say Reid Acton. I have been ifluenced by a lot of people to get to where I am today but Reid is really where it all started. He is also a pole and he attended Loyola University and was part of a Canadian National World Championship team. When I decided I wanted to play pole, he helped me out a lot with techniques and checks and I did a lot of training with him and his dad (Bob) when I first started. I would say Reid wasn't the only person to influence me but he started it and I owe a lot of where I am today to him and Bob and I am very grateful and appreciative for what they did for me.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Boston University for many reasons. First off, I got a great vibe from Coach Polley, as well as the rest of the coaching staff. They were easy to talk to, upbeat, friendly guys and I just really liked them. I also really liked the campus. I visited a few other schools and BU was definitely my favorite campus and Boston's just an amazing city. I'm interested in pursuing business and they have a top tier business program and are all around regarded as a top academic school so that definitely factored in as well. I was able to meet some of the players and everything just seemed like a good fit for me.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?Definitely, don't be discouraged if your friends are getting looks and emails or things are happening around you but it hasn't really picked up for you yet. Recruiting is a very weird process in that one week you could have nothing going for you then all of the sudden after one tournament you have four or five schools interested in you. At the same time you don't want to be too anxious when schools do start expressing interest because you have to do your homework and make sure that's what you want in a school. College is a big decision and there are a lot of factors that go into making that decision so makesure you check everything out first before making a decision. A big thing with early recruiting now is hightlight videos. You definitely want to make sure you get some film together and make a highlight tape to get out to schools. A good highlight tape can put you on the map for a lot of schools. Lastly, always work your hardest. I know its cliche but people are always watching and the little things matter they can either put you on a coach's radar or get your name crossed off his list.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I came out of a pretty small club program and the first travel team I played for definitely helped me develop because I got exposure to the American game, I was playing with and against better talent and in a sense I was forced to elevate my game. After a few years of playing for another program, I was invited to play for 3d and what I loved the most about it was the instruction, how knowledgeable the instructors were at every position. I play pole and when I was younger I never really had a lot of instruction on different techniques or strategies other than basic slide packages and checks. The first training session I had with 3d was a two day minicamp before the upcoming season of summerball. I said it then and I'll say it now, I learned more in that weekend than I had in years and had a lot of fun doing it. All the instructors are on the same page, they teach the same things they make you compete and push you to be better and it was just an amazing experience.


 What was your favorite part of 3d training? Definitely the instruction. Coming from a background of not having a ton of great instruction from club teams, 3d really rose above everything else I'd experienced.

What is your favorite subject in school? I'd probably have to say either math or law. It's too close to tell.

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse. I've been playing since I was three years old, lacrosse is my life.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Definitely some type of gun. You never want to be the guy that brings a knife to a gun fight.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Not a big superstition guy but I'll usually wet me hair to keep it pushed back and out of my face. Right before the first faceoff the other poles, the goalie, and I have a huddle in front of the net and do a silent D cheer but that's about it.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii, beautiful and I love the warm weather.

What is your favorite food? PIzza, gotta keep it simple.

Who is your favorite athlete? I think I'd have to go with Brodie Merril.

Who is your favorite musician? I listen to a pretty wide variety, hard to pick one but probably Eric Church.

What is the last book you read? No Great Mischief, it's for an English assignment.

What is your favorite quote? "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you will be successful."

Who has been your biggest influence? Other than my parents I would have to say Reid Acton. I have been ifluenced by a lot of people to get to where I am today but Reid is really where it all started. He is also a pole and he attended Loyola University and was part of a Canadian National World Championship team. When I decided I wanted to play pole, he helped me out a lot with techniques and checks and I did a lot of training with him and his dad (Bob) when I first started. I would say Reid wasn't the only person to influence me but he started it and I owe a lot of where I am today to him and Bob and I am very grateful and appreciative for what they did for me.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Boston University for many reasons. First off, I got a great vibe from Coach Polley, as well as the rest of the coaching staff. They were easy to talk to, upbeat, friendly guys and I just really liked them. I also really liked the campus. I visited a few other schools and BU was definitely my favorite campus and Boston's just an amazing city. I'm interested in pursuing business and they have a top tier business program and are all around regarded as a top academic school so that definitely factored in as well. I was able to meet some of the players and everything just seemed like a good fit for me.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?Definitely, don't be discouraged if your friends are getting looks and emails or things are happening around you but it hasn't really picked up for you yet. Recruiting is a very weird process in that one week you could have nothing going for you then all of the sudden after one tournament you have four or five schools interested in you. At the same time you don't want to be too anxious when schools do start expressing interest because you have to do your homework and make sure that's what you want in a school. College is a big decision and there are a lot of factors that go into making that decision so makesure you check everything out first before making a decision. A big thing with early recruiting now is hightlight videos. You definitely want to make sure you get some film together and make a highlight tape to get out to schools. A good highlight tape can put you on the map for a lot of schools. Lastly, always work your hardest. I know its cliche but people are always watching and the little things matter they can either put you on a coach's radar or get your name crossed off his list.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I came out of a pretty small club program and the first travel team I played for definitely helped me develop because I got exposure to the American game, I was playing with and against better talent and in a sense I was forced to elevate my game. After a few years of playing for another program, I was invited to play for 3d and what I loved the most about it was the instruction, how knowledgeable the instructors were at every position. I play pole and when I was younger I never really had a lot of instruction on different techniques or strategies other than basic slide packages and checks. The first training session I had with 3d was a two day minicamp before the upcoming season of summerball. I said it then and I'll say it now, I learned more in that weekend than I had in years and had a lot of fun doing it. All the instructors are on the same page, they teach the same things they make you compete and push you to be better and it was just an amazing experience.


 What was your favorite part of 3d training? Definitely the instruction. Coming from a background of not having a ton of great instruction from club teams, 3d really rose above everything else I'd experienced.

What is your favorite subject in school? I'd probably have to say either math or law. It's too close to tell.

Name one thing that you could not live without. Lacrosse. I've been playing since I was three years old, lacrosse is my life.

If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? Definitely some type of gun. You never want to be the guy that brings a knife to a gun fight.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Not a big superstition guy but I'll usually wet me hair to keep it pushed back and out of my face. Right before the first faceoff the other poles, the goalie, and I have a huddle in front of the net and do a silent D cheer but that's about it.

What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii, beautiful and I love the warm weather.

What is your favorite food? PIzza, gotta keep it simple.

Who is your favorite athlete? I think I'd have to go with Brodie Merril.

Who is your favorite musician? I listen to a pretty wide variety, hard to pick one but probably Eric Church.

What is the last book you read? No Great Mischief, it's for an English assignment.

What is your favorite quote? "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you will be successful."

Who has been your biggest influence? Other than my parents I would have to say Reid Acton. I have been ifluenced by a lot of people to get to where I am today but Reid is really where it all started. He is also a pole and he attended Loyola University and was part of a Canadian National World Championship team. When I decided I wanted to play pole, he helped me out a lot with techniques and checks and I did a lot of training with him and his dad (Bob) when I first started. I would say Reid wasn't the only person to influence me but he started it and I owe a lot of where I am today to him and Bob and I am very grateful and appreciative for what they did for me.

Noah Hirshorn
'16
Colorado College
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Mountain Vista High School
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Colorado College offers outstanding academics and a great lacrosse program, the coaching staff is fantastic and I can see myself fitting in very well with the team. As soon as I stepped on campus, I knew I belonged at Colorado College.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Make sure you keep an open mind throughout the whole process. Also remember recruiting is a two way street, do not hesitate to reach out to a coach at a school you are interested in.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Being able to compete against some of the nation's top talent alongside a team that you have trained with prior to the tournaments.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The incorporation of box lacrosse helped me take my game to the next level by forcing me to be quicker on my passes and more physical on my dodges.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Social Studies
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My L.L.Bean Nalgene
7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why? Being a midfielder, having superhuman endurance would be nice.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always sit in the same spot in the locker room before home games.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? The Outer Banks
10. What is your favorite food? Lasagna
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Novak Djokovic
12. Who is your favorite musician? Tom Morello
13. What is the last book you read? The Other Wes Moore
14. What is your favorite quote? "A man is great by deeds, not by birth." -Chanakya
15. Who has been your biggest influence? The people at Israel lacrosse. They have taught me how to use lacrosse as a platform for change and have helped reconnect me to my Israeli heritage.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Colorado College offers outstanding academics and a great lacrosse program, the coaching staff is fantastic and I can see myself fitting in very well with the team. As soon as I stepped on campus, I knew I belonged at Colorado College.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Make sure you keep an open mind throughout the whole process. Also remember recruiting is a two way street, do not hesitate to reach out to a coach at a school you are interested in.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Being able to compete against some of the nation's top talent alongside a team that you have trained with prior to the tournaments.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The incorporation of box lacrosse helped me take my game to the next level by forcing me to be quicker on my passes and more physical on my dodges.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Social Studies
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My L.L.Bean Nalgene
7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why? Being a midfielder, having superhuman endurance would be nice.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always sit in the same spot in the locker room before home games.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? The Outer Banks
10. What is your favorite food? Lasagna
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Novak Djokovic
12. Who is your favorite musician? Tom Morello
13. What is the last book you read? The Other Wes Moore
14. What is your favorite quote? "A man is great by deeds, not by birth." -Chanakya
15. Who has been your biggest influence? The people at Israel lacrosse. They have taught me how to use lacrosse as a platform for change and have helped reconnect me to my Israeli heritage.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Colorado College offers outstanding academics and a great lacrosse program, the coaching staff is fantastic and I can see myself fitting in very well with the team. As soon as I stepped on campus, I knew I belonged at Colorado College.
2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Make sure you keep an open mind throughout the whole process. Also remember recruiting is a two way street, do not hesitate to reach out to a coach at a school you are interested in.
3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Being able to compete against some of the nation's top talent alongside a team that you have trained with prior to the tournaments.
4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The incorporation of box lacrosse helped me take my game to the next level by forcing me to be quicker on my passes and more physical on my dodges.
5. What is your favorite subject in school? Social Studies
6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My L.L.Bean Nalgene
7. If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why? Being a midfielder, having superhuman endurance would be nice.
8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always sit in the same spot in the locker room before home games.
9. What is your favorite vacation spot? The Outer Banks
10. What is your favorite food? Lasagna
11. Who is your favorite athlete? Novak Djokovic
12. Who is your favorite musician? Tom Morello
13. What is the last book you read? The Other Wes Moore
14. What is your favorite quote? "A man is great by deeds, not by birth." -Chanakya
15. Who has been your biggest influence? The people at Israel lacrosse. They have taught me how to use lacrosse as a platform for change and have helped reconnect me to my Israeli heritage.

Owen Sappington
'16
Denison
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Detroit Country Day School
Hometown:
Birmingham, MI
Q&A
Owen Ward
'16
Wesleyan
Position:
Midfield
High School:
St. Paul's School
Hometown:
Ipswich, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Paxton Boyer
'16
Air Force
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Mountain Vista
Hometown:
Denver
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Air Force is a perfect fit for me. The Academy is close to home so I can stay close to my family, while getting the opportunity of carrying out my dream of playing Division 1 lacrosse. The minute I saw the team practicing on my visit I fell in love and could completely see myself as a Fighting Falcon. In addition, I could not pass up a world- class education while getting the opportunity to serve our country.

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 patient, and realize that this process is a grind. I wasn’t one of the first of my friends to commit, in fact I was one of the last and it got discouraging at times, but if you keep working hard and trust in the fact that God has a grand plan for you it’ll become easier. It’s a long tough road but stay true to who you are and just keep your head up and pound the grind out, and realize you can only control what you can control.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the competitive environment. From player to player every guy on the team is an excellent player and athlete. Having the opportunity to compete against them and then compete with them against some of the best players and teams in the country is bar none one of the most fun things I got from 3d.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I just liked being able to train with some of the best lacrosse players in the state and the nation.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Definitely English. I’m a writing nerd.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My faith in Christ. I couldn’t get through half the things I’ve gotten through in life without my faith.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Teleportation. I could be anywhere I want at any time whenever I want without having to drive or get on a plane.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have too many to list, I get made fun of constantly for how elaborate my rituals are in the locker room (but that’s part of being a goalie I guess), a few are: Always eat a red apple during the chalk talk, always drink a white power-aid before/during the game, eat 22 almonds, always listen to the same music, always sit closest to the door of the locker room, always tape my stick before the game and set it next to the door, always be the last one out of the locker room, say the same prayer before every game. I could go on.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My bed, nothing better then just sitting back and relaxing as I drift away to another world.

10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle. Couldn’t live without my double wrapped double chicken burrito.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? I have a few but Dominique Moore is a big one.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t know about musician but Rise Against is definitely on the top in terms of bands.

13. What is the last book you read? The Sound and the Fury by William Falkner

14. What is your favorite quote? “I am a fighter. I fight where I am told. I win where I fight.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? God. Nobody has pushed me to be who I want to be and live the way I do more than God. He’s been my push and my inspiration every day and he will continue to be each and every day.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Air Force is a perfect fit for me. The Academy is close to home so I can stay close to my family, while getting the opportunity of carrying out my dream of playing Division 1 lacrosse. The minute I saw the team practicing on my visit I fell in love and could completely see myself as a Fighting Falcon. In addition, I could not pass up a world- class education while getting the opportunity to serve our country.

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 patient, and realize that this process is a grind. I wasn’t one of the first of my friends to commit, in fact I was one of the last and it got discouraging at times, but if you keep working hard and trust in the fact that God has a grand plan for you it’ll become easier. It’s a long tough road but stay true to who you are and just keep your head up and pound the grind out, and realize you can only control what you can control.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the competitive environment. From player to player every guy on the team is an excellent player and athlete. Having the opportunity to compete against them and then compete with them against some of the best players and teams in the country is bar none one of the most fun things I got from 3d.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I just liked being able to train with some of the best lacrosse players in the state and the nation.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Definitely English. I’m a writing nerd.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My faith in Christ. I couldn’t get through half the things I’ve gotten through in life without my faith.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Teleportation. I could be anywhere I want at any time whenever I want without having to drive or get on a plane.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have too many to list, I get made fun of constantly for how elaborate my rituals are in the locker room (but that’s part of being a goalie I guess), a few are: Always eat a red apple during the chalk talk, always drink a white power-aid before/during the game, eat 22 almonds, always listen to the same music, always sit closest to the door of the locker room, always tape my stick before the game and set it next to the door, always be the last one out of the locker room, say the same prayer before every game. I could go on.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My bed, nothing better then just sitting back and relaxing as I drift away to another world.

10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle. Couldn’t live without my double wrapped double chicken burrito.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? I have a few but Dominique Moore is a big one.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t know about musician but Rise Against is definitely on the top in terms of bands.

13. What is the last book you read? The Sound and the Fury by William Falkner

14. What is your favorite quote? “I am a fighter. I fight where I am told. I win where I fight.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? God. Nobody has pushed me to be who I want to be and live the way I do more than God. He’s been my push and my inspiration every day and he will continue to be each and every day.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Air Force is a perfect fit for me. The Academy is close to home so I can stay close to my family, while getting the opportunity of carrying out my dream of playing Division 1 lacrosse. The minute I saw the team practicing on my visit I fell in love and could completely see myself as a Fighting Falcon. In addition, I could not pass up a world- class education while getting the opportunity to serve our country.

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 patient, and realize that this process is a grind. I wasn’t one of the first of my friends to commit, in fact I was one of the last and it got discouraging at times, but if you keep working hard and trust in the fact that God has a grand plan for you it’ll become easier. It’s a long tough road but stay true to who you are and just keep your head up and pound the grind out, and realize you can only control what you can control.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I love the competitive environment. From player to player every guy on the team is an excellent player and athlete. Having the opportunity to compete against them and then compete with them against some of the best players and teams in the country is bar none one of the most fun things I got from 3d.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? I just liked being able to train with some of the best lacrosse players in the state and the nation.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Definitely English. I’m a writing nerd.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My faith in Christ. I couldn’t get through half the things I’ve gotten through in life without my faith.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Teleportation. I could be anywhere I want at any time whenever I want without having to drive or get on a plane.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I have too many to list, I get made fun of constantly for how elaborate my rituals are in the locker room (but that’s part of being a goalie I guess), a few are: Always eat a red apple during the chalk talk, always drink a white power-aid before/during the game, eat 22 almonds, always listen to the same music, always sit closest to the door of the locker room, always tape my stick before the game and set it next to the door, always be the last one out of the locker room, say the same prayer before every game. I could go on.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My bed, nothing better then just sitting back and relaxing as I drift away to another world.

10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle. Couldn’t live without my double wrapped double chicken burrito.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? I have a few but Dominique Moore is a big one.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t know about musician but Rise Against is definitely on the top in terms of bands.

13. What is the last book you read? The Sound and the Fury by William Falkner

14. What is your favorite quote? “I am a fighter. I fight where I am told. I win where I fight.”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? God. Nobody has pushed me to be who I want to be and live the way I do more than God. He’s been my push and my inspiration every day and he will continue to be each and every day.

Russell Gilligan
'16
Norwich
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Chaparral
Hometown:
Fountain Hills, AZ
Q&A
Sam Sweet
'16
Denison
Position:
Attack
High School:
Taft School
Hometown:
Portsmouth, NH
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Scott Mitchell
'16
Stevenson
Position:
Attack
High School:
Annapolis High School
Hometown:
Annapolis, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Sean O'Keefe
'16
Georgetown
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Marin Catholic
Hometown:
San Rafael, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Georgetown because of its strengths in athletics, academics, and in spiritual life. I have always been a fan of Georgetown’s basketball team and when I heard they were interested in me for lacrosse, I was extremely excited.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? I think the most important thing in the recruiting process is listening to yourself and those you trust in making your decisions because they know what’s best for you and ultimately what you want to do in college and for the rest of your life.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I liked how 3D Lacrosse had such a widespread community with teams from So-Cal, Colorado, Nor-Cal, and the East Coast. It was an awesome experience because I got to meet guys from Colorado and the East Coast that I am still in touch with today.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3D training was implementing box lacrosse skills. Before that, I never played box or indoor lacrosse and after it helped my stick skills improve so much.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in high school is history because I love learning about what happened in our world to shape it to what it is today.
Name one thing that you could not live without. I would definitely not be able to live without my iPhone.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I would choose a sniper rifle because you don’t have to get dirty and still create havoc from hundreds of yards away.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I usually listen to music before the game and also try to dance to just get loose. I do this because lacrosse is a game you’re supposed to have fun in so why play with stress or with nervousness.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Kentucky because we have a horse and cattle farm there; we have visited it ever since I was an infant.
What is your favorite food? Either an In-n-Out cheeseburger or BBQ Chicken Pizza.
Who is your favorite athlete? Johnny Manziel.
Who is your favorite musician? Zedd.
What is the last book you read? The Blind Side.
What is your favorite quote? “Play for the name on the front, not the back.” –Wayne Gretzky
Who has been your biggest influence? My grandma because she has gone through so many things in her life and has always comes out with a smile and with success.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Georgetown because of its strengths in athletics, academics, and in spiritual life. I have always been a fan of Georgetown’s basketball team and when I heard they were interested in me for lacrosse, I was extremely excited.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? I think the most important thing in the recruiting process is listening to yourself and those you trust in making your decisions because they know what’s best for you and ultimately what you want to do in college and for the rest of your life.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I liked how 3D Lacrosse had such a widespread community with teams from So-Cal, Colorado, Nor-Cal, and the East Coast. It was an awesome experience because I got to meet guys from Colorado and the East Coast that I am still in touch with today.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3D training was implementing box lacrosse skills. Before that, I never played box or indoor lacrosse and after it helped my stick skills improve so much.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in high school is history because I love learning about what happened in our world to shape it to what it is today.
Name one thing that you could not live without. I would definitely not be able to live without my iPhone.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I would choose a sniper rifle because you don’t have to get dirty and still create havoc from hundreds of yards away.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I usually listen to music before the game and also try to dance to just get loose. I do this because lacrosse is a game you’re supposed to have fun in so why play with stress or with nervousness.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Kentucky because we have a horse and cattle farm there; we have visited it ever since I was an infant.
What is your favorite food? Either an In-n-Out cheeseburger or BBQ Chicken Pizza.
Who is your favorite athlete? Johnny Manziel.
Who is your favorite musician? Zedd.
What is the last book you read? The Blind Side.
What is your favorite quote? “Play for the name on the front, not the back.” –Wayne Gretzky
Who has been your biggest influence? My grandma because she has gone through so many things in her life and has always comes out with a smile and with success.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Georgetown because of its strengths in athletics, academics, and in spiritual life. I have always been a fan of Georgetown’s basketball team and when I heard they were interested in me for lacrosse, I was extremely excited.
After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? I think the most important thing in the recruiting process is listening to yourself and those you trust in making your decisions because they know what’s best for you and ultimately what you want to do in college and for the rest of your life.
What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I liked how 3D Lacrosse had such a widespread community with teams from So-Cal, Colorado, Nor-Cal, and the East Coast. It was an awesome experience because I got to meet guys from Colorado and the East Coast that I am still in touch with today.
What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3D training was implementing box lacrosse skills. Before that, I never played box or indoor lacrosse and after it helped my stick skills improve so much.
What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in high school is history because I love learning about what happened in our world to shape it to what it is today.
Name one thing that you could not live without. I would definitely not be able to live without my iPhone.
If you had to choose one weapon of choice, what would it be and why? I would choose a sniper rifle because you don’t have to get dirty and still create havoc from hundreds of yards away.
What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I usually listen to music before the game and also try to dance to just get loose. I do this because lacrosse is a game you’re supposed to have fun in so why play with stress or with nervousness.
What is your favorite vacation spot? Kentucky because we have a horse and cattle farm there; we have visited it ever since I was an infant.
What is your favorite food? Either an In-n-Out cheeseburger or BBQ Chicken Pizza.
Who is your favorite athlete? Johnny Manziel.
Who is your favorite musician? Zedd.
What is the last book you read? The Blind Side.
What is your favorite quote? “Play for the name on the front, not the back.” –Wayne Gretzky
Who has been your biggest influence? My grandma because she has gone through so many things in her life and has always comes out with a smile and with success.

Stephen Macleod
'16
Georgetown
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
St. Ignatius
Hometown:
Tiburon, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Tommy Flemming
'16
Fairfield
Position:
Attack
High School:
St. Ignatius Prep
Hometown:
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Tommy von den Benken
'16
Marquette
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Roxbury Latin
Hometown:
West Roxbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Marquette because of the great visit I had. The coaches were very inviting and enthusiastic along with the players outside of lacrosse, who showed clear love for the school and enjoyment for the life of college outside of lacrosse. Also, Marquette offers a state of the art engineering program, which is a career that I am interested in pursuing.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be patient and never doubt yourself. Set your goal and work at it.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I believe the level of training is unmatched. Also, 3d allows kids from all different places to play together on a team unlike other club teams which often have kids from similar high schools or towns.

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My cell phone

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? The ability to fly so I could travel the world.

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

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica

10. What is your favorite food? Steak tips

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Patrick Kane

12. Who is your favorite musician? Drake

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

14. What is your favorite quote? “Winning means you’re willing to go longer, work harder, and give more than anyone else” –Vince Lombardi

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents and AJ Mulvey

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Marquette because of the great visit I had. The coaches were very inviting and enthusiastic along with the players outside of lacrosse, who showed clear love for the school and enjoyment for the life of college outside of lacrosse. Also, Marquette offers a state of the art engineering program, which is a career that I am interested in pursuing.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be patient and never doubt yourself. Set your goal and work at it.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I believe the level of training is unmatched. Also, 3d allows kids from all different places to play together on a team unlike other club teams which often have kids from similar high schools or towns.

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My cell phone

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? The ability to fly so I could travel the world.

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

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica

10. What is your favorite food? Steak tips

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Patrick Kane

12. Who is your favorite musician? Drake

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

14. What is your favorite quote? “Winning means you’re willing to go longer, work harder, and give more than anyone else” –Vince Lombardi

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents and AJ Mulvey

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I committed to Marquette because of the great visit I had. The coaches were very inviting and enthusiastic along with the players outside of lacrosse, who showed clear love for the school and enjoyment for the life of college outside of lacrosse. Also, Marquette offers a state of the art engineering program, which is a career that I am interested in pursuing.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be patient and never doubt yourself. Set your goal and work at it.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I believe the level of training is unmatched. Also, 3d allows kids from all different places to play together on a team unlike other club teams which often have kids from similar high schools or towns.

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Math

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. My cell phone

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? The ability to fly so I could travel the world.

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

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Jamaica

10. What is your favorite food? Steak tips

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Patrick Kane

12. Who is your favorite musician? Drake

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

14. What is your favorite quote? “Winning means you’re willing to go longer, work harder, and give more than anyone else” –Vince Lombardi

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My parents and AJ Mulvey

Trey Rustand
'16
Virginia Military Institute
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Woodgrove High School
Hometown:
Round Hill, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Walker Cooney
'16
Bates
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Detroit Country Day
Hometown:
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Q&A
Will Perry
'16
Middlebury College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
North Cross School
Hometown:
Roanoke, VA
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Middlebury is the perfect fit for me because it combines great academics with highly competitive lacrosse. Also, Coach Dave Campbell was very helpful and reassuring throughout my recruiting 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? I would tell players to stay patient because this process can be very frustrating.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The individual attention you get from the coaches at 3d

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The level of talent you get to play against every day at 3d training

5. What is your favorite subject in school? History

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to have teleportation as a super power because you can go anywhere in the world in the blink of an eye.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always wear a long sleeve shirt on game days.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My family’s lake house

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Jonathan Toews

12. Who is your favorite musician? Childish Gambino

13. What is the last book you read? Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

14. What is your favorite quote? “Competitive sports are played mainly on a five-and-a-half inch court, the space between your ears.”- Bobby Jones

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My goalie coach, Rodney Rullman

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Middlebury is the perfect fit for me because it combines great academics with highly competitive lacrosse. Also, Coach Dave Campbell was very helpful and reassuring throughout my recruiting 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? I would tell players to stay patient because this process can be very frustrating.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The individual attention you get from the coaches at 3d

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The level of talent you get to play against every day at 3d training

5. What is your favorite subject in school? History

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to have teleportation as a super power because you can go anywhere in the world in the blink of an eye.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always wear a long sleeve shirt on game days.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My family’s lake house

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Jonathan Toews

12. Who is your favorite musician? Childish Gambino

13. What is the last book you read? Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

14. What is your favorite quote? “Competitive sports are played mainly on a five-and-a-half inch court, the space between your ears.”- Bobby Jones

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My goalie coach, Rodney Rullman

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? Middlebury is the perfect fit for me because it combines great academics with highly competitive lacrosse. Also, Coach Dave Campbell was very helpful and reassuring throughout my recruiting 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? I would tell players to stay patient because this process can be very frustrating.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The individual attention you get from the coaches at 3d

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? The level of talent you get to play against every day at 3d training

5. What is your favorite subject in school? History

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would want to have teleportation as a super power because you can go anywhere in the world in the blink of an eye.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I always wear a long sleeve shirt on game days.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My family’s lake house

10. What is your favorite food? Steak

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Jonathan Toews

12. Who is your favorite musician? Childish Gambino

13. What is the last book you read? Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

14. What is your favorite quote? “Competitive sports are played mainly on a five-and-a-half inch court, the space between your ears.”- Bobby Jones

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My goalie coach, Rodney Rullman

Winston Palmeri
'16
Air Force
Position:
Attack
High School:
Colorado Academy
Hometown:
Denver, Co
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Zach Coffey
'16
Bryant
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Governors Academy
Hometown:
West Newbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Great Education and Coaching Staff

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Reach out to Schools, don’t wait

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Teammates

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Tournaments

What is your favorite subject in school? History, love to learn about real events

Name one thing that you could not live without. Pizza

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

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to music

What is your favorite vacation spot? Martha’s Vineyard

What is your favorite food? Crab legs

Who is your favorite athlete? Jordy Nelson

Who is your favorite musician? Tim McGraw

What is the last book you read? Jackie Robinson Story

What is your favorite quote? “fall seven times, get up eight”

Who has been your biggest influence? My Parents

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Great Education and Coaching Staff

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Reach out to Schools, don’t wait

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Teammates

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Tournaments

What is your favorite subject in school? History, love to learn about real events

Name one thing that you could not live without. Pizza

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

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to music

What is your favorite vacation spot? Martha’s Vineyard

What is your favorite food? Crab legs

Who is your favorite athlete? Jordy Nelson

Who is your favorite musician? Tim McGraw

What is the last book you read? Jackie Robinson Story

What is your favorite quote? “fall seven times, get up eight”

Who has been your biggest influence? My Parents

Why did you choose to commit to this college? Great Education and Coaching Staff

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Reach out to Schools, don’t wait

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? Teammates

What was your favorite part of 3d training? Tournaments

What is your favorite subject in school? History, love to learn about real events

Name one thing that you could not live without. Pizza

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

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Listen to music

What is your favorite vacation spot? Martha’s Vineyard

What is your favorite food? Crab legs

Who is your favorite athlete? Jordy Nelson

Who is your favorite musician? Tim McGraw

What is the last book you read? Jackie Robinson Story

What is your favorite quote? “fall seven times, get up eight”

Who has been your biggest influence? My Parents

Zach Hodge
'16
Clevaland State
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Zane Abbott
'16
Southwestern University
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A

Other Commitments from this Class

Brett Clark, 3d Mid-Atlantic, VMI
Cam Macri, 3d New England, North Carolina
Connor McClelland, 3d , Marquette
Jason Corcoran, 3d New England, Lafayette
Luke Davies, 3d Mid-Atlantic, VMI
Michael McCormick, 3d Mid-Atlantic, Gettysburg
Noah Fosse, 3d New England, Michigan
Teddy Fenton, 3d New England, Colby
Tyler Hersh, 3d Northern California, Boston University
Will Weitzel, 3d New England, Ivy League

2017

Adam Voggenthaler
'17
Endicott College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Poway High School
Hometown:
Poway, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
AJ Nieves
'17
Lynchburg
Position:
Attack
High School:
Paul VI Catholic HS
Hometown:
Centreville, VA
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
Alex Bologna
'17
Connecticut College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Greenwich High School
Hometown:
Greenwich, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
Alex Buckanavage
'17
Michigan
Position:
Attack
High School:
Brunswick School
Hometown:
Ridgefield, CT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Alistair Matule
'17
Trinity
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy
Hometown:
Charlestown, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Asher Nolting
'17
Air Force
Position:
Attack
High School:
Cherry Creek
Hometown:
Greenwood Village, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Ben Gardner
'17
Hamilton College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Kiski School
Hometown:
Ligonier, PA
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose Hamilton because I fell in love with everything about the school. They offer an outstanding education with a very competitive lacrosse team. The campus is beautiful and it just felt like the perfect fit.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
The most important part of the entire recruiting process is to relax. The competitive nature of the process stressed me out and sometimes made it hard to enjoy the game. You will find the right fit. Learn to enjoy the lacrosse you have left because you only have a few more years. Once you’re in college you never really know how much you'll play, so enjoy the time that you have. Reach out to schools you are interested in and let your play do the rest.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the bonds I've made with a great group of guys on my 3d Michigan team. I get to go out and compete with guys all over the Midwest. 3d is obviously great with helping players through the recruiting process, but after it is all said an done, I enjoyed playing for the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
I really liked that 3d training challenged a skill set of mine that I didn't regularly use. Using the different skills like lever passes have helped me to develop my game to the next level.

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

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always go to the gym an hour early to do my own wall ball routine.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Newport, Rhode Island

10. What is your favorite food?
Fajitas

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Jordan Speith

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Wesley Schultz

13. What is the last book you read?
In Cold Blood

14. What is your favorite quote?
"I want to be what I've always wanted to be: dominant" -Tiger Woods

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My head coach Chris Spahn.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose Hamilton because I fell in love with everything about the school. They offer an outstanding education with a very competitive lacrosse team. The campus is beautiful and it just felt like the perfect fit.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
The most important part of the entire recruiting process is to relax. The competitive nature of the process stressed me out and sometimes made it hard to enjoy the game. You will find the right fit. Learn to enjoy the lacrosse you have left because you only have a few more years. Once you’re in college you never really know how much you'll play, so enjoy the time that you have. Reach out to schools you are interested in and let your play do the rest.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the bonds I've made with a great group of guys on my 3d Michigan team. I get to go out and compete with guys all over the Midwest. 3d is obviously great with helping players through the recruiting process, but after it is all said an done, I enjoyed playing for the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
I really liked that 3d training challenged a skill set of mine that I didn't regularly use. Using the different skills like lever passes have helped me to develop my game to the next level.

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

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always go to the gym an hour early to do my own wall ball routine.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Newport, Rhode Island

10. What is your favorite food?
Fajitas

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Jordan Speith

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Wesley Schultz

13. What is the last book you read?
In Cold Blood

14. What is your favorite quote?
"I want to be what I've always wanted to be: dominant" -Tiger Woods

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My head coach Chris Spahn.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose Hamilton because I fell in love with everything about the school. They offer an outstanding education with a very competitive lacrosse team. The campus is beautiful and it just felt like the perfect fit.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
The most important part of the entire recruiting process is to relax. The competitive nature of the process stressed me out and sometimes made it hard to enjoy the game. You will find the right fit. Learn to enjoy the lacrosse you have left because you only have a few more years. Once you’re in college you never really know how much you'll play, so enjoy the time that you have. Reach out to schools you are interested in and let your play do the rest.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
I like the bonds I've made with a great group of guys on my 3d Michigan team. I get to go out and compete with guys all over the Midwest. 3d is obviously great with helping players through the recruiting process, but after it is all said an done, I enjoyed playing for the team.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training?
I really liked that 3d training challenged a skill set of mine that I didn't regularly use. Using the different skills like lever passes have helped me to develop my game to the next level.

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

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

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

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always go to the gym an hour early to do my own wall ball routine.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Newport, Rhode Island

10. What is your favorite food?
Fajitas

11. Who is your favorite athlete?
Jordan Speith

12. Who is your favorite musician?
Wesley Schultz

13. What is the last book you read?
In Cold Blood

14. What is your favorite quote?
"I want to be what I've always wanted to be: dominant" -Tiger Woods

15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My head coach Chris Spahn.

Billy Dreyer
'17
Connecticut College
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Loomis Chaffee
Hometown:
Elgin, SC
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A

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

Conn. College had everything I wanted. The location, size and coaching staff were all a perfect fit for me, along with how academically challenging the school 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?

Stay calm and patient. There is a fit for everyone, don't rush it.

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

The coaches: they are easy to talk to, always by their phones when you need them. They truly know the sport inside and out.

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

It was great to meet new players and make friends with kids I actually play against in the spring at Loomis.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Spanish

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

Coffee

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

Super stretchy because you could sling shot incredible distances.

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

Get as calm, cool and collected as possible.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

New York City

10. What is your favorite food?

Buffalo Wings

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Conor McGregor

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Mac Demarco

13. What is the last book you read?

The Things They Carried.

14. What is your favorite quote?

Don't hate the player hate the game

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My father.

Q&A

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

Conn. College had everything I wanted. The location, size and coaching staff were all a perfect fit for me, along with how academically challenging the school 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?

Stay calm and patient. There is a fit for everyone, don't rush it.

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

The coaches: they are easy to talk to, always by their phones when you need them. They truly know the sport inside and out.

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

It was great to meet new players and make friends with kids I actually play against in the spring at Loomis.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Spanish

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

Coffee

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

Super stretchy because you could sling shot incredible distances.

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

Get as calm, cool and collected as possible.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

New York City

10. What is your favorite food?

Buffalo Wings

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Conor McGregor

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Mac Demarco

13. What is the last book you read?

The Things They Carried.

14. What is your favorite quote?

Don't hate the player hate the game

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My father.

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

Conn. College had everything I wanted. The location, size and coaching staff were all a perfect fit for me, along with how academically challenging the school 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?

Stay calm and patient. There is a fit for everyone, don't rush it.

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

The coaches: they are easy to talk to, always by their phones when you need them. They truly know the sport inside and out.

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

It was great to meet new players and make friends with kids I actually play against in the spring at Loomis.

5. What is your favorite subject in school?

Spanish

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

Coffee

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

Super stretchy because you could sling shot incredible distances.

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

Get as calm, cool and collected as possible.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

New York City

10. What is your favorite food?

Buffalo Wings

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Conor McGregor

12. Who is your favorite musician?

Mac Demarco

13. What is the last book you read?

The Things They Carried.

14. What is your favorite quote?

Don't hate the player hate the game

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My father.

Brayden Cresswell
'17
Hofstra
Position:
Attack
High School:
Millbrook
Hometown:
Peterborough, ON
Q&A
Brendan O'Hara
'17
Furman University
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Holderness School
Hometown:
Skillman, NJ
3d Region:
Southland
Q&A
Brennan Kamish
'17
Detroit Mercy
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Detroit Catholic Central
Hometown:
Novi, MI
Q&A
Brent Bishop
'17
Mercer
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Memorial HS
Hometown:
Houston, TX
3d Region:
Houston
Q&A
Brett Erskine
'17
Jacksonville
Position:
Attack
High School:
Western Reserve Academy
Hometown:
Saint Catherines, ON
Q&A
Brian Davis
'17
Delaware
Position:
Attack
High School:
Deerfield Academy
Hometown:
Deerfield, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The campus and the coaching staff.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be open to a lot of different types of schools.

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

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Environmental Science.

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Invisibility, so I could mess with my friends.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Eat peanut m&m's and drink a blue Gatorade 1 hour before each game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii.

10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Larry Bird

12. Who is your favorite musician? Mumford and Sons.

13. What is the last book you read? Pudd'nhead Wilson.

14. What is your favorite quote? If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Dad.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The campus and the coaching staff.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be open to a lot of different types of schools.

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

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Environmental Science.

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Invisibility, so I could mess with my friends.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Eat peanut m&m's and drink a blue Gatorade 1 hour before each game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii.

10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Larry Bird

12. Who is your favorite musician? Mumford and Sons.

13. What is the last book you read? Pudd'nhead Wilson.

14. What is your favorite quote? If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Dad.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? The campus and the coaching staff.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be open to a lot of different types of schools.

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

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

5. What is your favorite subject in school? Environmental Science.

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

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? Invisibility, so I could mess with my friends.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Eat peanut m&m's and drink a blue Gatorade 1 hour before each game.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Hawaii.

10. What is your favorite food? Chipotle.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Larry Bird

12. Who is your favorite musician? Mumford and Sons.

13. What is the last book you read? Pudd'nhead Wilson.

14. What is your favorite quote? If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My Dad.

Brian Greenstein
'17
Williams College
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Brookline High School
Hometown:
Brookline, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Bryn Evans
'17
Harvard
Position:
Midfield
High School:
St. Ignatius Prep
Hometown:
Mill Valley, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Cade Green
'17
Air Force
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Lake Travis High School
Hometown:
Austin, TX
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Chandler Badon
'17
Whittier
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Beaverton HS
Hometown:
Beaverton, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Chase Douglas
'17
Air Force
Position:
Attack
High School:
Arapahoe High School
Hometown:
Centennial, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to the Air Force Academy because it was an amazing opportunity to get a great education while serving our country.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be confident while talking to coaches whether it’s on the phone or going up and introducing yourself at a tournament. The first time I ever met Coach Wilson from the Air Force Academy, was after a game in the fall of 9th grade when I went to introduce myself. Another tip is to be persistent and know what you want in a college. Don’t commit just to commit.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part of 3d is all the fellow 3d athletes all over the country. After meeting them at tournaments, 3d Blue Chip or showcases, you end up keeping in touch with a lot of them during the off season. It keeps the rivalry going when you meet up again in the summer. I also like the relationships that you build with coaches during the experience. The number of mentors I’ve met and had the opportunity to play for/be coached by has made me the player I am today.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite thing about 3d training is the different aspects of your game it focuses on. Box helped me to become tougher and more physical in the way I play in the field. It also helped me eliminate unnecessary habits from my game and focus on the skills that really made me a better player. Field is great because the situations the coaches put you in during the drills allow you to feel comfortable when you come upon them while playing. All the looks you see in practice are usually things you’ll encounter during games.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I couldn’t live without my family especially my brother because we can always hang out and have a good time or talk about lacrosse. It’s like having a best friend that lives with you.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I could have one super power I would choose to be able to read minds because it would be advantageous to know what people are thinking about everything at all times.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I keep a fruit snack in my right sock during every big game. I’ve never lost with a fruit snack in my right sock, so I’ll probably keep doing that until I loose. At that point I’ll just have to find another superstition.

What is your favorite vacation spot? San Francisco

What is your favorite food? Freddy’s Burgers

Who is your favorite athlete? Claude Giroux

Who is your favorite musician? Kendrick Lamaar or G-Eazy

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

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

Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence has to be my parents because throughout my entire life they’ve always guided me and helped me through obstacles while still allowing me to make decisions for myself. Without them I would be extremely lost and confused.

Q&A

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to the Air Force Academy because it was an amazing opportunity to get a great education while serving our country.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be confident while talking to coaches whether it’s on the phone or going up and introducing yourself at a tournament. The first time I ever met Coach Wilson from the Air Force Academy, was after a game in the fall of 9th grade when I went to introduce myself. Another tip is to be persistent and know what you want in a college. Don’t commit just to commit.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part of 3d is all the fellow 3d athletes all over the country. After meeting them at tournaments, 3d Blue Chip or showcases, you end up keeping in touch with a lot of them during the off season. It keeps the rivalry going when you meet up again in the summer. I also like the relationships that you build with coaches during the experience. The number of mentors I’ve met and had the opportunity to play for/be coached by has made me the player I am today.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite thing about 3d training is the different aspects of your game it focuses on. Box helped me to become tougher and more physical in the way I play in the field. It also helped me eliminate unnecessary habits from my game and focus on the skills that really made me a better player. Field is great because the situations the coaches put you in during the drills allow you to feel comfortable when you come upon them while playing. All the looks you see in practice are usually things you’ll encounter during games.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I couldn’t live without my family especially my brother because we can always hang out and have a good time or talk about lacrosse. It’s like having a best friend that lives with you.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I could have one super power I would choose to be able to read minds because it would be advantageous to know what people are thinking about everything at all times.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I keep a fruit snack in my right sock during every big game. I’ve never lost with a fruit snack in my right sock, so I’ll probably keep doing that until I loose. At that point I’ll just have to find another superstition.

What is your favorite vacation spot? San Francisco

What is your favorite food? Freddy’s Burgers

Who is your favorite athlete? Claude Giroux

Who is your favorite musician? Kendrick Lamaar or G-Eazy

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

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

Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence has to be my parents because throughout my entire life they’ve always guided me and helped me through obstacles while still allowing me to make decisions for myself. Without them I would be extremely lost and confused.

Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to the Air Force Academy because it was an amazing opportunity to get a great education while serving our country.

After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? Be confident while talking to coaches whether it’s on the phone or going up and introducing yourself at a tournament. The first time I ever met Coach Wilson from the Air Force Academy, was after a game in the fall of 9th grade when I went to introduce myself. Another tip is to be persistent and know what you want in a college. Don’t commit just to commit.

What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? The best part of 3d is all the fellow 3d athletes all over the country. After meeting them at tournaments, 3d Blue Chip or showcases, you end up keeping in touch with a lot of them during the off season. It keeps the rivalry going when you meet up again in the summer. I also like the relationships that you build with coaches during the experience. The number of mentors I’ve met and had the opportunity to play for/be coached by has made me the player I am today.

What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite thing about 3d training is the different aspects of your game it focuses on. Box helped me to become tougher and more physical in the way I play in the field. It also helped me eliminate unnecessary habits from my game and focus on the skills that really made me a better player. Field is great because the situations the coaches put you in during the drills allow you to feel comfortable when you come upon them while playing. All the looks you see in practice are usually things you’ll encounter during games.

What is your favorite subject in school? Math.

Name one thing that you could not live without. I couldn’t live without my family especially my brother because we can always hang out and have a good time or talk about lacrosse. It’s like having a best friend that lives with you.

If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I could have one super power I would choose to be able to read minds because it would be advantageous to know what people are thinking about everything at all times.

What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I keep a fruit snack in my right sock during every big game. I’ve never lost with a fruit snack in my right sock, so I’ll probably keep doing that until I loose. At that point I’ll just have to find another superstition.

What is your favorite vacation spot? San Francisco

What is your favorite food? Freddy’s Burgers

Who is your favorite athlete? Claude Giroux

Who is your favorite musician? Kendrick Lamaar or G-Eazy

What is the last book you read? Lone Survivor

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

Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence has to be my parents because throughout my entire life they’ve always guided me and helped me through obstacles while still allowing me to make decisions for myself. Without them I would be extremely lost and confused.

Chris Ryan
'17
Albany
Position:
Attack
High School:
Monte Vista HS
Hometown:
San Ramon, CA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Cian Chung
'17
UMBC
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Severna Park
Hometown:
Severna Park, MD
3d Region:
Mid-Atlantic
Q&A
CJ White
'17
Hobart
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Pingree School
Hometown:
Stoneham, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Colin Casey
'17
Quinnipiac
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Catholic Memorial HS
Hometown:
West Roxbury, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Colin Munro
'17
North Carolina
Position:
Attack
High School:
Mountain Vista
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I just loved the campus, and everything about the school. As soon as I saw the place, I knew it was the school 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? Just relax! So many people try to force the process, when really, they should let it come to them.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like all the training sessions, and how small sided games improve your stick skills.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of the training was when we got to scrimmage with teams from all over the other regions and mixed up the teams.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? I like marketing because I’m interested in how to get people’s attention.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Twitter, I love twitter.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would pick being able to fly, It’d be so sick not to have to walk.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any rituals or game day superstitions.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite place I’ve been is Turks and Caicos.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is steak.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Michael Jordan. I love watching his highlights online.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t really have a favorite artist. I can listen to pretty much anything.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was the Maze Runner.

14. What is your favorite quote? “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight it’s the size of the fight in the dog”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence are my parents. They’re always pushing me to be the best that I can be.

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I just loved the campus, and everything about the school. As soon as I saw the place, I knew it was the school 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? Just relax! So many people try to force the process, when really, they should let it come to them.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like all the training sessions, and how small sided games improve your stick skills.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of the training was when we got to scrimmage with teams from all over the other regions and mixed up the teams.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? I like marketing because I’m interested in how to get people’s attention.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Twitter, I love twitter.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would pick being able to fly, It’d be so sick not to have to walk.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any rituals or game day superstitions.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite place I’ve been is Turks and Caicos.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is steak.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Michael Jordan. I love watching his highlights online.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t really have a favorite artist. I can listen to pretty much anything.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was the Maze Runner.

14. What is your favorite quote? “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight it’s the size of the fight in the dog”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence are my parents. They’re always pushing me to be the best that I can be.

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I just loved the campus, and everything about the school. As soon as I saw the place, I knew it was the school 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? Just relax! So many people try to force the process, when really, they should let it come to them.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like all the training sessions, and how small sided games improve your stick skills.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of the training was when we got to scrimmage with teams from all over the other regions and mixed up the teams.

5. What is your favorite subject in school? I like marketing because I’m interested in how to get people’s attention.

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. Twitter, I love twitter.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? I would pick being able to fly, It’d be so sick not to have to walk.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? I don’t have any rituals or game day superstitions.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? My favorite place I’ve been is Turks and Caicos.

10. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is steak.

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Michael Jordan. I love watching his highlights online.

12. Who is your favorite musician? I don’t really have a favorite artist. I can listen to pretty much anything.

13. What is the last book you read? The last book I read was the Maze Runner.

14. What is your favorite quote? “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight it’s the size of the fight in the dog”

15. Who has been your biggest influence? My biggest influence are my parents. They’re always pushing me to be the best that I can be.

Conner Black
'17
St. Lawrence
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Brewster Academy
Hometown:
Killington, VT
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Connor Ciemiewicz
'17
Lindenwood
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Westview
Hometown:
San Diego, CA
3d Region:
San Diego
Q&A
Connor Fox
'17
Georgetown
Position:
Attack
High School:
Boulder High School
Hometown:
Boulder, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Dami Oladunmoye
'17
Syracuse
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Grayslake North
Hometown:
Grayslake, IL
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Dante Pasqualoni
'17
Bryant
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Seven Lakes High School
Hometown:
Katy, TX
3d Region:
Houston
Q&A
Dominic Dimitroff
'17
Holy Cross
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Deerfield Academy
Hometown:
Hanover, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Holy Cross because of their passionate coaching staff and the schools’ sense of community.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? For others going through the recruiting process, I would recommend being patient and taking as many opportunities as possible to play in front of college coaches.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like that 3d lacrosse focuses on player development while treating their players as if they were in college.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was meeting other players and creating lasting relationships.

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

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I definitely couldn’t live without Netflix.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I could have one super power, I would be able to fly so that I could go anywhere I want within seconds.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before a big game, I like to eat a big meal and wet my face before putting on my helmet.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Humphrey, NY

10. What is your favorite food? Mashed Potatoes

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Danny Woodhead

12. Who is your favorite musician? Kanye West

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

14. What is your favorite quote? You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Harrison Lane

Q&A

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Holy Cross because of their passionate coaching staff and the schools’ sense of community.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? For others going through the recruiting process, I would recommend being patient and taking as many opportunities as possible to play in front of college coaches.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like that 3d lacrosse focuses on player development while treating their players as if they were in college.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was meeting other players and creating lasting relationships.

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

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I definitely couldn’t live without Netflix.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I could have one super power, I would be able to fly so that I could go anywhere I want within seconds.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before a big game, I like to eat a big meal and wet my face before putting on my helmet.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Humphrey, NY

10. What is your favorite food? Mashed Potatoes

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Danny Woodhead

12. Who is your favorite musician? Kanye West

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

14. What is your favorite quote? You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Harrison Lane

1. Why did you choose to commit to this college? I chose to commit to Holy Cross because of their passionate coaching staff and the schools’ sense of community.

2. After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process? For others going through the recruiting process, I would recommend being patient and taking as many opportunities as possible to play in front of college coaches.

3. What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse? I like that 3d lacrosse focuses on player development while treating their players as if they were in college.

4. What was your favorite part of 3d training? My favorite part of 3d training was meeting other players and creating lasting relationships.

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

6. Name one thing that you could not live without. I definitely couldn’t live without Netflix.

7. If you had to choose one super power to have, what would it be and why? If I could have one super power, I would be able to fly so that I could go anywhere I want within seconds.

8. What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions? Before a big game, I like to eat a big meal and wet my face before putting on my helmet.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot? Humphrey, NY

10. What is your favorite food? Mashed Potatoes

11. Who is your favorite athlete? Danny Woodhead

12. Who is your favorite musician? Kanye West

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

14. What is your favorite quote? You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

15. Who has been your biggest influence? Harrison Lane

Drew Blanchard
'17
Hobart
Position:
FOGO
High School:
Moses Brown
Hometown:
Lincoln, RI
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Drew Cioffi
'17
Vermont
Position:
Attack
High School:
Lawrence Academy
Hometown:
Beverly, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Finn Gibbons
'17
Brown
Position:
Attack
High School:
Garden City HS
Hometown:
Garden City, NY
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Finn Heidenreich
'17
Centre College
Position:
Attack
High School:
West Forsyth HS
Hometown:
Cumming, GA
3d Region:
Northern California
Q&A
Finn McTernan
'17
Tufts University
Position:
Defense/LSM
High School:
Summit High School
Hometown:
Summit, NJ
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A

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

Tufts checked all the boxes for me. A great academic program with an equally great lacrosse program.

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 calm, everything is going to work out, there’s a school for everyone.

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

The coaching staff and the quality program helped me develop into a better player.

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

Bonding with my team.

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?

Spiderman’s powers. Because he’s the best superhero with the best superpowers.

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

I always wear the same pair of underwear on game day. Don’t cut my hair or shave on a winning streak.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

The BVI’s

10. What is your favorite food?

My mom’s homemade pot roast

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Eli Manning

12. Who is your favorite musician?

The Rolling Stones

13. What is the last book you read?

The Godfather

14. What is your favorite quote?

“Is it the stillness that makes you shake?” – Dr. Dog

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents

Q&A

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

Tufts checked all the boxes for me. A great academic program with an equally great lacrosse program.

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 calm, everything is going to work out, there’s a school for everyone.

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

The coaching staff and the quality program helped me develop into a better player.

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

Bonding with my team.

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?

Spiderman’s powers. Because he’s the best superhero with the best superpowers.

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

I always wear the same pair of underwear on game day. Don’t cut my hair or shave on a winning streak.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

The BVI’s

10. What is your favorite food?

My mom’s homemade pot roast

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Eli Manning

12. Who is your favorite musician?

The Rolling Stones

13. What is the last book you read?

The Godfather

14. What is your favorite quote?

“Is it the stillness that makes you shake?” – Dr. Dog

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents

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

Tufts checked all the boxes for me. A great academic program with an equally great lacrosse program.

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 calm, everything is going to work out, there’s a school for everyone.

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

The coaching staff and the quality program helped me develop into a better player.

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

Bonding with my team.

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?

Spiderman’s powers. Because he’s the best superhero with the best superpowers.

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

I always wear the same pair of underwear on game day. Don’t cut my hair or shave on a winning streak.

9. What is your favorite vacation spot?

The BVI’s

10. What is your favorite food?

My mom’s homemade pot roast

11. Who is your favorite athlete?

Eli Manning

12. Who is your favorite musician?

The Rolling Stones

13. What is the last book you read?

The Godfather

14. What is your favorite quote?

“Is it the stillness that makes you shake?” – Dr. Dog

15. Who has been your biggest influence?

My parents

Gareth Gacetta
'17
Connecticut College
Position:
Attack
High School:
Fairfield Warde HS
Hometown:
Fairfield, CT
3d Region:
Tri-State
Q&A
Gavin McNamara
'17
Holy Cross
Position:
Attack
High School:
Brooks School
Hometown:
Boston, MA
3d Region:
New England
Q&A
Grant Walton
'17
Belmont Abbey
Position:
Midfield
High School:
West Linn HS
Hometown:
West Linn, OR
3d Region:
Oregon
Q&A
Griffin Gharrity
'17
Rutgers
Position:
Midfield
High School:
Cherry Creek High School
Hometown:
Centennial, CO
3d Region:
Colorado
Q&A
Harry Gahagan
'17
Williams
Position:
Goalie
High School:
Deerfield
Hometown: