California High School Boys Lacrosse Recruiting: St. Ignatius Prep Middie Nick Miller And De La Salle Defenseman Zach Nichelman Attending Bryant University (RI)


Byant University Men's Lacrosse

  Nick Miller, Midfield (San Francisco, Calif. / St. Ignatius Prep)
St. Ignatius Prep Middie Nick Miller

St. Ignatius Prep Middie Nick Miller. Photo by LaxBuzz

Miller was a standout honors student and two-sport athlete at St. Ignatius Prep, where he was a 2009 graduate and two-year varsity starter for the Wildcats. St. Ignatius finished the 2009 season as one of the top high school teams in the nation, garnering a No. 17 Inside Lacrosse national ranking in 2008 and a No. 26 LaxPower national ranking in 2009. As a first-line midfielder his senior year, Miller was the second-leading scorer, helping to lead the Wildcats to a 21-1 finish. A two-sport athlete at St. Ignatius, Miller captained both his JV lacrosse (2007) and JV football (2005-06) teams and was elected Class President in 2006.

 
Zach Nichelman, Defense (Benicia, Calif. / De La Salle High School)
Zach Nichelman, Defenseman, De La Salle

Zach Nichelman, Defenseman, De La Salle

A 2009 graduate of De La Salle High School, Nichelman was a two-year varsity letterwinner and standout long stick midfielder for the Spartans, captaining his team to a North Coast Section Championship in 2009. Nichelman garnered First Team All-East Bay honors and was named to the All-EBAL team, also being nominated as the De La Salle Athlete of the Year. A member of the 2009 Vail Shootout Champion NorCal Grizzlies, Nichelman was a high honors student at De La Salle.

 

Bryant_BulldogsBryant University head coach Mike Pressler is pleased to announce the addition of 14 student-athletes to the 2010 Bryant University men’s lacrosse team.

The group of newcomers includes a 13-member Class of 2013 and one junior college transfer.

“It is with great pleasure that I welcome the Bryant University men’s lacrosse Class of 2013 to Smithfield, R.I.,” said Pressler, who enters his fourth season at the helm of the Bulldog program. “This is our second recruiting class in the Division I model, and we couldn’t be more pleased with this group’s level of athleticism, talent and commitment, not to mention their undeniable desire to be successful.”

Among the 14 newcomers are the brothers of four current Bulldogs (freshmen Kyle Crowley, Michael Rauchut and Glenn Maiorano, as well as junior college transfer sophomore Brock Weisenberg), a student-athlete from our neighbors to the north (Nils Thompson (Alberta, Canada), a pair from the left coast (Nick Miller and Zach Nichelman), and even a local standout (Ben Sternberg (North Kingstown, R.I.).

2009 SCHEDULE and Results

October  
Sun 12 at Catamount Classic (exhibition) 11:00 a.m.      
February  
Sat 14 at Washington & Lee (exhibition)      
Mon 16 at Virginia Final     4-10 Loss  
Sun 22 at Sacred Heart Final     22-8 Win   
Tue 24 at Dartmouth Final     12-9 Win  
Sat 28 Wagner Final     20-2 Win   
March  
Wed 4 at Army Final     5-11 Loss   
Sun 8 at Mount St. Mary’s Final     7-6 Win  
Tue 10 at Loyola (Md.) Final     11-15 Loss  
Sun 15 at Maryland Final     6-13 Loss   
Fri 20 Detroit-Mercy Final     15-6 Win   
Sun 22 Penn Final     15-11 Win  
Sat 28 at Lehigh Final     14-13 Win   
Tue 31 Brown Final     7-11 Loss  
April  
Fri 10 Presbyterian Final     14-8 Win  
Sat 18 Bellarmine Final     14-4 Win  
Wed 22 Holy Cross Final     13-3 Win   

One response to “California High School Boys Lacrosse Recruiting: St. Ignatius Prep Middie Nick Miller And De La Salle Defenseman Zach Nichelman Attending Bryant University (RI)

  1. Pingback: California High School Boys Lacrosse Recruiting: St. Ignatius Prep … ZB BU online

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s