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MSI boys’ recruit: Delaware Valley gets commitment from St. Raymond (NY) 2014 MF-LSM-DEF Stanford

Thursday, 6th February 2014

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 2/6/14

St.Raymond High School for Boys (NY) senior midfielder-LSM-defenseman Brandon Stanford has made a commitment to play Division III lacrosse at Delaware Valley College.

Brandon Stanford log:

Brandon Stanford

Brandon Stanford

High School: St. Raymonds High School for Boys, Bronx, New York

Graduation Year: 2014

Position: Midfield, LSM, Defense

College Choice: Delaware Valley College

Lacrosse Honors: Topside Lacrosse Camp

What will you major in/study? Criminal Justice and Psychology

Why did you choose Del Val? “Because I found it to be a nice school with nice scenery and they wanted me to play lacrosse for them.”

What is your team’s outlook for the season? “My team’s outlook is very good this season. Our team gets better and better every year and I look forward to my final season with them.”

Additional Comments: “I thank my friends who suggested I try out for the lacrosse team my Sophomore year. I started to like the sport after a couple of workouts. Then I was told I made the team before any of them. I started out just playing defense my first year then my second year(junior year) I played midfield, LSM, and defense along with becoming a Co-Captain. I can’t wait to see what I can bring to the table this up coming season but I thank my friends for pushing me into this sport.”

Other schools considered: Queens, St.Johns, Merchant Marine Academy and Maritime

Maplezone Sports Institute, the official sponsor for boys’ recruits, congratulates Brandon Stanford. MSI is located on Conchester Highway (Rt. 322) in Garnet Valley, offering lacrosse and sports performance training for boys and girls. From summer and fall club teams to camps, clinics, tournaments and leagues, let MSI be your one stop training facility. Visit us at or contact 280x60



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