By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 11/18/14
Central Bucks West High School 2016 LSM-midfielder Timmy Kiel has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at St. John’s University.
Timmy Kiel log:
High School: Central Bucks West High School
Graduation Year: 2016
College Choice: St. John’s University
Club Affiliation: Bucks Select
Lacrosse Honors: Starting Varsity – Freshman Year, MVP Tournament All-Star – Towson University, MVP Tournament All-Star – University of DE, Peak 200 All-Star – Springfield, MA, National Showcase – Germantown Academy, Philly Showcase – Episcopal Academy
What will you major in/study? Business
Why did you choose St. John’s? “I chose St. Johns because of the strong lacrosse program and coaching staff. I also liked the wide variety of majors they had to offer. I loved the campus and being in New York will present many opportunities in the future.”
Outlook for 2015 HS season? “I believe that Central Bucks West will have a very successful year due to the young talent and leadership we have with the upperclassmen. Our coaches are working hard to make sure they set us up for the best season possible.”
Thank You: “Thanks to my family for being with me step-by-step during this process and for all of their support. I want to thank by brother, Patrick, for being a great teammate and for always having my back, both on and off the field.
“Thanks to Coaches Coverdale, Hogan, Lyons and Snyder from CB West for always pushing me to be the best player possible. Lastly, I also want to thank my Bucks Select coaches and teammates.”
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