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Pansini Law Group Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week: Westtown 2019 LSM/DEF DeVuono

Tuesday, 24th April 2018

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Pansini Law Group Honor Roll  
 

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/24/18

Westtown School 2019 LSM/defenseman Jack DeVuono has been named the Pansini Law Group Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week.

The award recognizes senior and junior lacrosse players that excel in academics, service and athletics.

Jack DeVuono Profile:

Jack DeVuono

High school: Westtown School
Grad year: 2019
Position: LSM/defense

Academic honors:
Honors Classes (current): Molecular Biology, Latin 4, Physics 2, Calculus 1​, Creative Writing

Service:
Clubs/Leadership/Activities: Model UN, Student Stewardship, Investment Club, Library Proctor, Boys dorm prefect, service in Haiti,
Editor of school magazine​

Lacrosse honors/athletics:
Sports: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Lacrosse

What are your college, service, future goals?
DeVuono:
“My goals are all about finding something I can enjoy and do well with to study in college. I enjoy science, mainly chemistry, and creating things so I’m looking into chemistry and chemical engineering mostly. After that, I’ve always kind of wanted to work with space programs to help develop technology to live in space so I guess you could say that’s my dream job. As for lacrosse and sports, it would be fun to play in college though it’s not my priority.”

How do you describe leadership?
DeVuono:
“Leadership to me isn’t always about being the hype man or the organizer, but being someone who is 100% focused on the good of the group and making themselves those around them better. They push everyone to achieve their best, and are there to support you at your worst. But most importantly, they are someone who can connect individuals into a cohesive, productive, and formidable group.”

How do you balance lacrosse, school, and extracurriculars?
DeVuono:
“For me, balance is all about maximizing my time. I’m the kind of kid who is constantly working on something, even if it doesn’t seem like it. I utilize any time available, whether it means getting up before school to go to the gym or not going to a party to make sure my work gets finished. But I also utilize to the fullest the time I have to relax to make sure my head doesn’t just explode and so I can stay healthy mentally and emotionally, which then means I can do better in everything else.”

High school coaches from Philly, Delaware, South Jersey, the Lehigh Valley and Central PA may nominate a player (junior or senior) for the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete of the Week by e-mailing us at golax@phillylacrosse.com

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