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NLI signings: Owen J. Roberts’ Hughes (DEF, Wagner), Stone (MF/ATT, Shippensburg)

Wednesday, 24th December 2014

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/24/14
Courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com

Two Owen J. Roberts senior lacrosse players recently signed National Letters of Intent to play college lacrosse:

Daniel Scott Hughes

Owen J. Roberts senior Dan Hughes, flanked by parents Patricia and Brian Hughes, signs a National Letter of Intent to Wagner College during a recent ceremony at the high school. Also in attendance at the event was OJR head coach Jeff Neese (standing)

Owen J. Roberts senior Dan Hughes, flanked by parents Patricia and Brian Hughes, signs a National Letter of Intent to Wagner College during a recent ceremony at the high school. Also in attendance at the event was OJR head coach Jeff Neese (standing) – Photo Courtesy PAC-10Sports.com through OJR High School

High school: Owen J. Roberts
Position: Defense
College choice: Wagner College
Honors: Second Team All PAC-10 defenseman in 2014
Other sports: Football, Swimming
Other schools considered: Cabrini, Catholic, Bryant, Mount St. Mary’s

Morgan Stone

Owen J. Roberts senior Morgan Stone, flanked by parents John Stone and Amy Stone, signs a National Letter of Intent to Division II Shippensburg University during a recent ceremony at the high school - Photo courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com via OJR athletics

Owen J. Roberts senior Morgan Stone, flanked by parents John Stone and Amy Stone, signs a National Letter of Intent to Division II Shippensburg University during a recent ceremony at the high school – Photo courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com via OJR athletics

High school: Owen J. Roberts
Position: Midfield/Attack
College choice: Shippensburg University
Major Athletic Honors: 2014-first team All PAC-10 midfield, first team all-area midfield; 2013-second team all-area attack, honorable mention PAC-10 all-league attack
College major: Dual major in Elementary and Special Education
Other schools considered: Monmouth, Temple, James Madison

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