By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/24/16
Strath Haven High School 2018 midfielder Jeffrey Conner has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Saint Joseph’s University.
Jeffrey Conner profile:
High School: Strath Haven HS
Graduation Year: 2018
College Choice: Saint Joseph’s University
Club Affiliation: Mesa Fresh
Lacrosse Honors: SEPYLA South All-Stars, Lehigh Futures 2014 and 2015 All-Stars, Hotbeds U-Del All-Star, Adrenaline black Card Invitee
What will you major in/study? Biology
Why did you choose SJU? “I am looking forward to being apart of the SJU Family. Saint Joseph’s just felt like the perfect fit from the movement I walked on Campus. Everyone at SJU is welcoming.
“I appreciate the Academic and Extracurricular aspects the University has to offer. In addition, I appreciate the strong Alumni support.
“I can not wait to play for two well known, established lacrosse coaches. I believe Coach (Taylor) Wray and Coach (Dan) Keating are leading SJU to be the next powerhouse lacrosse program!”
HS team’s outlook for 2016 season? “We should have a strong 2016 season, while returning most of our starting line up. Looking forward to shaking up the Central League.”
Thank You: “I would like to Thank the entire Haven lacrosse program, for introducing me to the sport of lacrosse. I’d like to thank all the coaches that have gone above and beyond to help me get to where I am today. Including; Haven Youth Lacrosse Coach Pat Carney, Strath Haven HS Coach Jef Hewlings and Coach Scott Berk, and My Mesa Fresh Coaches Scott Gabrielson and Paul O’Grady. In addition, I’d like to thank my parents and teammates for always being there for me.”
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