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Maple Zone boys’ recruit: Kingsway senior midfielder McLaughlin commits to Florida Southern

Thursday, 29th March 2012

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

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/29/12

Kingsway senior midfielder Kyle McLaughlin has committed to play Division II lacrosse at Florida Southern.

Kyle McLaughlin log:

Kyle McLaughlin

High School: Kingsway Regional High School

Graduation Year: 2012

Position: Middie

College Choice: Florida Southern

Club Affiliation: South Jersey Shamrocks

Major lacrosse honors: Top 205, 2nd Team All Conference (as a long pole for high school)

Academic honors: Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Top 5% of class

What will you major in/study? Undecided

Why did you choose Florida Southern? “I felt it was the best combination of education and lacrosse available for me.”

What is your HS team’s outlook for the season? “We expect to go further then in the past, with 12 returning seniors and several of them being all conference players. We look at the season as one game at a time, each one hopefully resulting in wins.”

Additional Comments: “I would like to thank my mom for never letting me quit at anything I do. She taught me the concept of heart and never giving up. I would like to thank my dad for being such a great role model for me and teaching me to do my absolute best at everything I do. And also I would like to thank my grandfathers, Charles McLaughlin and Joseph Mulhern for coming to all my games since the fifth grade.”

Maple Zone Sports and Fitness Complex, the official sponsor for Phillylacrosse.com Boys’ Recruits, congratulates Kyle McLaughlin. Maple Zone, located on Conchester Pike in Boothwyn, offers numerous programs, leagues and instructional activities for boys’ and girls’ lacrosse players and also offers boys’ U13 and U15 travel teams. Click here for registration for the Muck Dawgs travel teams.

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