By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/28/13
Elgin Park Secondary (Surry, British Columbia, Canada) sophomore attackman Tre Leclaire has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware.
Tre Leclaire log:
High School: Elgin Park Secondary (B.C)
Graduation Year: 2016
College Choice: Delaware
Club Affiliation: West Coast Starz, Seattle Starz, Surrey Warriors
Major lacrosse honors, All-Star teams, Camps, Showcases: Scored 86 goals this past box season while earning league MVP; helped team to Provincial Championship; competed this fall in the Terrapin Classic and Uplax.
Academic honors, service projects: Honor Roll 2 years straight. Volunteers for the Salmon Habitat Restoration of the West Coast.
What will you major in/study? Business Administration with a focus on marketing
Why did you choose the school? “Delaware’s academic reputation, along with its top notch athletic facilities were really impressive. Delaware’s fast style of play suits my style of my play. The coaching staff made it feel like Delaware was a great place to be and I can’t wait to be a Blue Hen!”
What is your team’s outlook for next season? “We are aiming at being as consistent as possible, giving it a 100% game in and game out. Our goal is to win a championship and nothing less.”
Other comments: “I would like thank Cliff Smith and Delaware alumni Jordan Hall for helping throughout the recruiting process. Without them I would not be where I am today.”
Other schools considered? Strongly considered: Marquette, Stony Brook, Towson and Denver
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