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Midfielder Yi (@ShipleyLax) joins 3 others from @THEDUKESLC as Cleveland State signees

Wednesday, 14th December 2016

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Recruiting  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/14/16
From Press Release

Cleveland State University head lacrosse coach Dylan Sheridan announced that 17 student-athletes have committed to join the program for the 2017-18 academic year. They will join CSU as true freshmen in the fall in 2017.

Nick Yi

Nick Yi

The 2017 CSU recruiting class includes student-athletes from eight states and one Canadian province. Four are from Pennsylvania, including Shipley School midfielder Nick Yi – who like the other Keystone State natives play for the Duke’s Lacrosse Club.

Cleveland State makes its debut when it hosts Michigan Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017.

CSU features assistant coach Andy German, formerly the head coach at St. Joseph’s Prep and an assistant at Villanova.

Cleveland State signees
Name Pos. Hometown/High School
Drew Bailey M Grand Rapids, Mich./Forest Hills Central
Jack Dively FO Temperance, Mich./Bedford
Adam Galovich D Harmony, Pa./Seneca Valley (Duke’s LC)
Tristan Hanna M Leaksdale, Ontario/Everest Academy
Ethan Harding A Ann Arobr, Mich./Skyline
Michael Harris LSM Mississauga, Ontario/Everest Academy
Jake Higgins M Hampstead, Md./Gerstell Academy
Matthew Manfredi A Las Vegas, Nev./Faith Lutheran
Brady Moze GK Cranberry Township, Pa./Seneca Valley (Duke’s LC)
Carter Pavain M Toledo, Ohio/St. Francis de Sales
Casey Platenik M DeWitt, N.Y./Jamesville-DeWitt
Stephen Russo GK Livingston, N.J./Livingston
Calvin Sargent A Moon Township, Pa./Moon Area (Duke’s LC)
Blake Storer D Sylvania, Ohio/St. Francis de Sales
Jason Sullivan M Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips
Michael Wilson A Ringwood, N.J./Lakeland Regional
Nick Yi M Royersford, Pa./Shipley School (Duke’s LC)

Nick Yi
Scored 24 goals, added 16 assists and grabbed 78 ground balls in his junior season … Named All-Main Line Honorable Mention in 2016 … Contributed 25 points in just seven games in his sophomore campaign … Helped Shipley to a 15-6 record in 2015 … Tallied 14 goals and 16 assists along with 31 ground balls as a freshman … Competed for Duke’s Lacrosse on club scene … Was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society … Also played basketball … Son of Cindy Yi … Nephew of Jim and Joanne Song … Has one brother, Nate.

Video Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZC4MoLqais

Why CSU?

Adam Galovich

Adam Galovich

“I chose the school because Cleveland State University has everything I want in a school. The community is very nice, and the people are great as well. The college has a separate engineering school as well as another one being built. Also, the coaches are amazing people and have been the best to my family and me. The lacrosse program is just beginning, and I am excited to be a part of this new start-up program.”

Adam Galovich
Selected all-section first team at defense in 2016 … Posted 60 ground balls and 36 caused turnovers for the Raiders … Competed for Duke’s Lacrosse on the club scene … Earned high honors at Seneca Valley … Son of Frederick and Charlene … Has two brothers, Zach and Gavin.

Highlight video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVkhfTEakoU

Why CSU?

Brady Moze

Brady Moze

Cleveland State was my absolute favorite school out of all that I visited. It is a great, affordable school in a fantastic city. On the athletic side of things, I believe CSU’s lacrosse team will be very successful. They have the best of the best coaches in the game of lacrosse and they will do whatever it takes to be successful. I wanted to be a part of the newfound success at CSU.

Brady Moze
Tabbed to the Brine National Lacrosse Classic All-Star Team … Selected to the All-Star team at Ohio State’s Top 200 prospect camp … Was on the western Pennsylvania Keystone All-Star team that placed second in the state … Named his team’s MVP twice … Competed for Duke’s Lacrosse on club scene … Has also played for Low and Away Lacrosse, American Revolution Lacrosse and Rebellion Lacrosse … Maintained high academic honors at Seneca Valley … Son of Michael and Alison Moze.

Video Highlights:
https://youtu.be/xpU-hHFFK-c

Why CSU?
I chose Cleveland State University because of the academic career paths that the school offers as well as the ability to play competitive lacrosse under the wing of a fantastic coaching staff. Coach Sheridan and Coach German emanate a great energy. As a goalie, it is an amazing opportunity to have Coach Bernlohr’s experience and expertise.

Calvin Sargent

Calvin Sargent

Calvin Sargent

Named All-Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League in both 2015 and 2016 … Scored 35 goals and added 26 assists in junior season … Selected as his team’s offensive MVP in his sophomore season … Racked up 52 goals along with 43 assists in 18 games played in his sophomore season … Helped the team to the WPIAL semifinals in 2016 and a playoff berth in 2015 … Selected to the Brine National Lacrosse Classic in 2014 … Competed for Duke’s Lacrosse on club scene … Is an honor roll student … Son of Chuck and Chelsea … Has one brother, Chandler.

Video Highlights: https://youtu.be/uxA6SBzY0xs

Why CSU?
I like the fact that the school is in the heart of the city, I like the coaches and I want to help the build the team legacy.

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