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Hill School has nine grads playing in Division I, led by Lowe’s Senior CLASS candidate Clausen (Virginia)

Friday, 19th February 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 2/19/10

Virginia senior defenseman Ken Clausen, a three-time All-American who recently was named as a candidate for the prestigious Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award, is one of nine Hill School graduates that currently dot Division I programs

The Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award is for excellence both on the lacrosse field and off the field in the area of service to the community.,

Ken Clausen, senior defenseman, University of Virginia (3-time All-American)
Greg Harrington, senior defenseman, Johns Hopkins University
Andrew Mould, junior attackman, Colgate University
Franklin Floyd, junior, midfielder, Lafayette University
Dave Morton, sophomore attackman, Robert Morris University
Eric Davidheiser, freshman, midfielder, Penn State University
David Brown, freshman midfielder, University of Baltimore, Maryland
Sean Snodgrass, freshman midfielder, University of Denver
Mike Fuentes, freshman, defenseman, Bucknell University

“Our representation on so many division 1 rosters is an indication of the competitiveness of our schedule and of middle Atlantic boys’ lacrosse, in general,” Hill School coach Ned Ide said.

The Hill begins the season March 13 in Charlottesville, Va., with a tilt against national powerhouse St. Mary’s Annapolis.



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