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Men’s recruit: Delaware signs St. Anne’s-Belfield senior attackman Robertson (Duke’s L.C.)

Tuesday, 3rd January 2012

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 1/3/12

St. Anne’s-Belfield (VA) senior attackman Ian Robertson (Duke’s Lacrosse Club) has signed a national letter of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware

Ian Robertson log:

Ian Robertson (right)

High School: St. Anne’s-Belfield (VA)

Graduation Year: 2012

Position: Attackman

College Choice: University of Delaware

Club Affiliation:
Duke’s L.C., Virginia Elite Lacrosse

Major lacrosse honors: Has collected 143 goals, 57 assists in high school career; Selected for All-Star Team at National Lacrosse Classic 2010; selected to play on DC National Lacrosse Classic 2010-11; Dukes Selected MVP at Fall Uplax tournament; Dukes Lacrosse Club Selected Jake Reed Fall 2010; 1st Team All Southwest Virginia Attack, 2010; 1st Team All Jefferson District Attack, 2010; All Region 2009 2nd Team; All Southwest Virginia Attack 2009; 2nd Team All Jefferson District Attack 2009; Hardest Worker Team Award 2009; Lacrosse Captain of Varsity Team 2010, Salem High School.

Academic honors: National Honor Society, Jr National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Honor Roll

What will you major in/study? Leaning toward engineering or Pre-Med

Why did you choose school? “I visited a lot of schools, but I liked the feel of the campus and when I met coach (Bob) Shillinglaw I saw they have a welcoming family environment. It has a lot of aspects similar to my high school team’s. It’s kind of one big family, just like our team here. Also, the lacrosse program is top-notch and it has great academics. I felt it was a great combination.”

What is your HS team’s outlook for next year? “I think we’ve got a stronger team base than last year and a lot more goals. We’re also more driven. Probably we’ll be able to go a lot further than last year and hopefully we can go for a state championship.”

Other comments: “I would like to thank coach Ebe Helm and coach (Jason) Christmas from the Dukes. I have learned so much from the whole staff; they taught me a lot; there is not a better club team. I also want to thank my high school coach Bo Perriello and Salem coach Coach (Bill) Cameron.”



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