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Men’s recruit: Concord-Carlisle (MA) senior midfielder Finigan commits to Delaware

Wednesday, 28th December 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Recruiting  
 

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/28/11

Concord-Carlisle (MA) senior midfielder Jackson Finigan has committed to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware.

Jackson Finigan log:

Jackson Finegan (11)

Graduation Year: 2012; will take a prep year for 2013

Position: Midfield

College Choice: University of Delaware

Club Affiliation: Team Central, MA

Major lacrosse honors: League all star, Peak 200 Camp All star, Captain for 2012 season, New England Prep star top performer

Academic honors: Honor Roll student

What will you major in/study? Undecided

Why did you choose school? “I chose Delaware for a lot of reasons. However I knew right away when I stepped on campus I wanted to go there. Coach (Bob) Shillinglaw was great to me and my family. He drove us around and showed us the academic side, and then Coach (Greg) Carroll showed us the athletic portion. Overall I was extremely impressed with what I saw, and I could see myself as a student athlete there. Everyone on the team is committed to hard work and winning and that is what makes a successful team, and a team I am looking to play for.”

What is your HS team’s outlook for next year? “Our team lost a core group of seniors, but we also return a lot of talent, especially on D. We look to repeat as Dual County League champions, and make it back to Harvard for the Division 2 state championship again. We have done it twice in my three years, and have yet to win one. I am confident our team this year can do it though.”

Other comments: “I cannot express my gratitude and thanks for my Team Central coach, Coach (John) Middleton. He has done everything for me and some. I also want to thank my high school coach, Coach (Tom) Dalicandro, and Coach (Tom) Keller. Also, I thank my parents for helping me through the process.”

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