Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/14/15
High school coaches in Philly, Delaware, South Jersey, Berks County, the Lehigh Valley and Central PA are encouraged to nominate varsity players for the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll, a weekly feature during the high school lacrosse season that recognizes high achievers in academics and service.
All boys and girls playing on varsity in grades 10 through 12 are eligible to be nominated.
This is the third year that Firm Owner Michael Pansini has sponsored the program.
“We are so pleased to have Pansini Law Group as the sponsor again for this feature on Phillylacrosse.com,” said Chris Goldberg, owner of Lacrosse Media, LLC, which operate Phillylacrosse.com. “As an educator myself, we seek to recognize the great accomplishments of our student-athletes in the region off the field as well as on the field.”
“My firm and I are honored to support and again sponsor the Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll,” said Mr. Pansini. “The firm believes strongly that recognizing those who strive to be their best both in and out of the classroom and who also give back to the community is important.”
Coach recommendations can be e-mailed to Phillylacrosse.com at firstname.lastname@example.org. Coaches should list the player’s year, position and lacrosse honors, as well as academic honors, school club/organizations and service activities/accomplishments in and out of school. Nominees should show excellence in both academics and service as well as in lacrosse as a player and leader.
All weekly honorees will be eligible to receive a gift card valued at $50 from Pansini Law Group. At the end of the year, First-, Second- and Third-Place and Honorable Mention finishers will be chosen to receive cash prizes.
Also, the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete program will feature at least one inner-city honoree, which will have a donation of equipment made in that player’s honor. This year a donation of more than $500 in equipment was made to Simon Gratz Mastery Charter in honor of last year’s winner, Breanna Travis, now a senior defender.