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Maple Zone boys’ recruit: Chestnut Hill College gets commitment from Red Bank (N.J.) senior LSM Vilardi

Wednesday, 3rd October 2012

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

By K.I. Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/3/12

Red Bank (N.J.) senior LSM Tim Vilardi has made a verbal commitment to play Division II lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College.

Tim Vilardi log:

Tim Vilardi

High School: Red Bank Regional High School, NJ

Graduation Year:  2013

Position:  Long Stick Midfielder

College Choice:  Chestnut Hill College

Club Affiliation:  Team United

Major lacrosse honors:  Elite Lacrosse Player

What will you major in/study?  Business

Why did you choose Chestnut Hill?  ”I chose to attend Chestnut Hill because I loved the team and the coaching staff. Coach Doc (Brian Dougherty) is an awesome coach and person. I’m excited to be playing under him. I loved the feeling of the school and the people there. The academics of the business school were very appealing to me. I loved everything about Chestnut Hill.”

Outlook for your HS team next season?  ”I hope to lead my high school team towards its first Division Championship and hopefully towards a Conference Championship. I want to lead the team into the State Championship and take a shot at winning the group.”

Additional Comments:  ”I would like to thank my parents for being supportive of everything that I have done. I would like to thank my club coaches Steve Carcaterra, Ric Beardsley, and David Zoni. I’d also like to thank my high school coaches, Don Feminella, Ryan Howard, and Mark Brown.”

Maple Zone Sports and Fitness Complex, the official sponsor for Phillylacrosse.com Boys’ Recruits, congratulates Tim Vilardi. 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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