|Matthew||McCall||Air Force||Defense||Capistrano Valley High School|
|Colby||Carr||Air Force||Midfield||Curtis HS|
|Gil||Cassagne||Bates College||Midfield||St. Marks School of Texas|
|Mackie||Greason||Colorado College||Attack||Cate School|
|Sayre||Thomas||Colorado College||Midfield||Boise High School|
|Sean||Doyle||Cornell||Attack||Torrey Pines High School|
|Alexander||Bookout||Denison||Attack||Coronado High School|
|Dane||Farguson||Dominican||Defense||Coronado High School|
|Jake||Bernstein||Dominican||Midfield||International Community School|
|Thomas||Farrell||Lehigh||Midfield||Mira Costa High School|
|Billy||Schmitt||Lenior-Rhyne||Defense||Coronado High School|
|Austin||Pridham||Mesa State||Attack||Bellarmine College Prep|
|Stephen||Dunn||Mesa State||Attack||Juan Diego Catholic High School|
|Mitchell||Flaherty||Mesa State||Attack||Amador Valley High School|
|Gabe||Garcia||Mesa State||Attack||Foothill – Pleasanton|
|Zach||Bullet||Mesa State||Defense||Juan Diego Catholic High School|
|Kyle||Runyon||Notre Dame||Attack||Coronado High School|
|Will||Corrigan||Notre Dame||Midfield||St. Joseph High School|
|Andrew||Sayer||Providence||Goalie||Scripps Ranch High School|
|Casey||Hock||Queens University of Charlotte||Attack||Monte Vista High School|
|Jayden||Haws||Sacred Heart||Attack||Brighton High School|
|Knute||Kraus||Salisbury||Defense||Tesoro High School|
|Matthew||Ohara||Skidmore||Attack||La Jolla High School|
|Henry||Schoonmaker||Syracuse||Midfield||Lincoln High School|
|Robert||Stiefler||Trinity College||Midfield||The Bishop’s School|
|Jeremy||Hutchens||Vermont||Defense||Rancho Bernardo High School|
|Max||Myrick||Whittier||Defense||Torrey Pines High School|
|J.W.||McGovern||Yale||Defense||St. Ignatius High School|
Tag Archives: College Commitments
Western High School Boys Lacrosse Recruiting: “Adrenaline Lacrosse Showcase” List Of NCAA College Lacrosse Student-Athlete Commitments Released
BOYS LACROSSE: Eastlake’s Brandon Ballow (Notre Dame de Namur–b); Coronado’s Cory Couture (Denison–c); Torrey Pines’ Joey Hegener (Pennsylvania); Santa Fe Christian’s John Kenyon (Towson); Cathedral Catholic’s Donovan Marinez (Chapman–c); Poway’s Jason Meerbergen (Ursinus–c); Rancho Bernardo’s Peter Rogers (Naval Academy); Torrey Pines’ Geordie Shafer (Tufts–c); La Costa Canyon’s Cameron Small (Villanova); La Costa Canyon’s Steadman Slaughter (Chapman–c); Coronado’s Ryland Stanley (Virginia Wesleyan–b).
GIRLS LACROSSE: La Costa Canyon’s Tara Arolla (Cal); Canyon Crest’s Heidi Curry (Ore. Pacific–c); Poway’s Liz Donahue (Richmond); Westview’s Melanie Garces (Wagner); Coronado’s Greer Goebels (Colgate); Cathedral Catholic’s Tawni Gotbaum (Wagner); Poway’s Kelly Jablonski (Oregon); Poway’s Anessa Jamison (Cal); Poway’s Vanessa Jamison (UC Davis); Coronado’s Alyssa Litten (Marist); Coronado’s Bria Phillips (Maryland-Baltimore County).
UC Davis head women’s lacrosse coach Elaine Jones signed prospective student-athlete Mia Cohen of La Jolla, Calif. to a National Letter of Intent during the spring signing period. She is expected to enroll at UC Davis in the fall quarter of 2008.
Cohen, a midfielder from La Jolla High School, earned second-team All-San Diego Section honors and first-team All-City Conference honors as a senior in 2008, having scored 45 goals with 25 assists during the year. In all, she captured all-league honors for three straight years, helping her team to the section semifinals each season. Cohen also played club ball for Element 5 Lacrosse Elite for four years.
Scholastically, Cohen is two-time San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic honoree, graduating cum laude from LJHS with a 4.35 grade-point average. She also volunteers in several philanthropic efforts, including the National Charity League, Interact (a San Diego Rotary charity). Additionally, Cohen co-founded and served as vice president for Connexion, a “buddy system” for mentally challenged kids.
Cohen is the seventh signee for UC Davis women’s lacrosse during the 2007-08 year, and just the second from in-state. Coach Jones previously earned commitments from Kristi Ivy Irgens (Colorado), Vanessa Jamison (California), Meghan Olmstead (New Jersey), Emily O’Donnell (New York), Hope Shiverick (Ohio) and Laura Sunday (Pennsylvania) during the fall signing period.
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U.S. Lacrosse is pleased to announce that more than 450 girls’ high school lacrosse players have been named as All-Americans for the 2008 season.
The players received either first team or honorable mention status. The process is coordinated by the high school committee of the US Lacrosse Women’s Division Coaches Council. Area chairpersons for the 80 geographic areas designated by the US Lacrosse high school committee coordinated the voting. Each area is awarded a set number of slots for the team based on the number of high school lacrosse teams in their respective areas.
St. Margaret’s Lauren Ciccomascolo said goodbye to the Orange County lacrosse community in fine fashion, scoring six goals and adding an assist in the girls Southern Section title.
It was a great send-off as she prepares to head to the University of Denver, where she will play next season.
“I wanted to come out and make it a game to remember,” Ciccomascolo said at the time. “Going to Denver next year, I wanted to remember this and take it with me.”
It also was a season that she will never forget.
Ciccomascolo scored 125 points (85 goals and 40 assists). She had 81 ground balls and 203 draw controls.
As a junior, she scored 68 goals.
“She proved to everyone that she deserved to be going to college to play,” St. Margaret’s coach Summer Crabtree said.
“She had an incredible year, and she was a force to be reckoned with.”
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Torrey Pines’ Joey Hegener, Picture Above (Pennsylvania); Eastlake’s Brandon Ballow (Notre Dame de Namur–b); Coronado’s Cory Couture (Denison–c); Santa Fe Christian’s John Kenyon (Towson); Cathedral Catholic’s Donovan Marinez (Chapman–c); Poway’s Jason Meerbergen (Ursinus–c); Rancho Bernardo’s Peter Rogers (Navy); Torrey Pines’ Geordie Shafer (Tufts–c); La Costa Canyon’s Cameron Small (Villanova); La Costa Canyon’s Steadman Slaughter (Chapman–c); Coronado’s Ryland Stanley (Virginia Wesleyan–b).