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National Letters of Intent: The Haverford School (@Fords_Lacrosse) Class of 2015 lacrosse signees, commits

Wednesday, 12th November 2014

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 11/12/14

The Haverford School Class of 2015 Lacrosse signees and commits (10 D1 and 5 D3) were honored at a ceremony today as the early signing period began for National Letters of Intent.:

Haverford School signing

Haverford School signings/commitments Back (L to R): Brendan Jacob United States Naval Academy; Noah Lejman University of Pennsylvania; Peter Rohr Sewanee: The University of the South; Corey Richards Dickinson University; Jack Doran Dickinson University; Chris Sabia Mount St Mary’s University; Lane Odom Johns Hopkins University; Sam Denious Bowdoin College. Middle Row (L to R): Grant Ament The Pennsylvania State University; John Nostrant The Haverford School Athletic Director and Lacrosse Head Coach; Brian Casey Ursinus College; Front (L to R): Drew Supinski Johns Hopkins University; Jake Hervada University of Delaware’ Phil Poquie University of Pennsylvania; Brandon Shima University of Michigan; Colin Bosak United States Naval Academy

Back (L to R):
Brendan Jacob, United States Naval Academy
Noah Lejman, University of Pennsylvania
Peter Rohr, Sewanee: The University of the South
Corey Richards, Dickinson University
Jack Doran, Dickinson University
Chris Sabia, Mount St Mary’s University
Lane Odom, Johns Hopkins University
Sam Denious, Bowdoin College

Middle Row (L to R):
Grant Ament, The Pennsylvania State University
John Nostrant The Haverford School Athletic Director and Lacrosse Head Coach
Brian Casey, Ursinus College

Front (L to R):
Drew Supinski, Johns Hopkins University
Jake Hervada, University of Delaware
Phil Poquie, University of Pennsylvania
Brandon Shima, University of Michigan
Colin Bosak, United States Naval Academy

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