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ReQRuitme boys’ recruit: Spring-Ford 2014 defenseman Haney signs with Quinnipiac

Sunday, 29th December 2013

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/29/13
Courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com

Spring-Ford senior defenseman Jack Haney has signed a National Letter of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at Quinnipiac University.

Jack Haney log:

Jack Haney signs with Quinipiac, flanked by Helene Calci (left) and sister Michaela Haney, signs a national letter of intent to accept a Division I lacrosse scholarship from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT., during a recent signing ceremony at the high school. Also on hand for the signing was Spring-Ford head boys lacrosse coach Kevin Donnelly (standing).

Jack Haney signs with Quinipiac, flanked by his mother, Helene Calci (left) and sister Michaela Haney, as well as Spring-Ford  coach Kevin Donnelly (Courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com).


High School:
Spring-Ford

Graduation Year:
2014

Position:
Defense

College Choice: Quinnipiac

Club Affiliation: HEADstrong Lacrosse Club

Major lacrosse honors:
2012 – varsity letter, member of PAC-10 championship team; 2013: varsity letter, PAC-10 championship, missed season because of a knee injury.Football: 2-year varsity letter winner as sophomore and junior linebacker, PAC-10 championship in 2010-11; District 1-AAAA finalist in 2012-13; did not play senior season because of ACL injury rehab

Academic/community service:
Health Club, volunteer youth lacrosse coach and youth football coach at Spring-Ford; volunteer at Norristown Soup Kitchen; waiter at DaVinci’s Pub, Collegeville

Intended major:
Nursing

Why did you choose school?
“I chose Quinnipiac for the welcoming feeling I received from the coaches and team. I loved the campus and the New Haven area, as well as Quinnipiac’s academic excellence. The school is looking to expand a lot in its athletic department and I want to be part of a growing program.”

Expectations for HS season: “We will have a young, but very athletic, team this year with a couple kids already committed to top schools. We look forward to pushing into districts and earning the spotlight for the PAC-10.”

Other comments: “Most importantly, I would like to thank Nick Falcone, who was a great mentor and taught me how to play the game. I’d also like to thank Brian Neary from HEADstrong who promoted me to Quinnipiac as well as John Yorgey, Kevin Czapor, Chad Strickler and Kevin Donnelly. Lastly, I’d like to thank my defensive coach from Quinnipiac, Coach Frady, as well as the rest of the staff for giving me the opportunity to play on their team.”

Other schools considered: Hartford University, Monmouth University, Marquette University

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