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ReQRuitme boys’ recruit: Conestoga 2014 attackman Scott commits to Harvard

Sunday, 15th December 2013

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 12/15/13

Conestoga senior attackman Jake Scott has committed to play Division I lacrosse at Harvard University.

Jake Scott

Jake Scott

High school: Conestoga High School

Graduation year:

Position: Attack

College choice: Harvard University (committed to admissions process in 2012)

Club affiliation: Mesa Fresh 2014

Major lacrosse honors: 2011 PIAA State Champion, 2012 PIAA State Champion, Under Armour Underclassman Team Philadelphia

What will you major in/study:

Why did you choose school:
“I chose Harvard because I will be challenged every day. The learning atmosphere is outstanding and the school is filled with limitless opportunities. The institution will help me build relationships that will last a lifetime. Athletics and academics both appealed strongly to me. The coaches at Harvard showed me around, introduced me to the current players, and made me certain of Harvard University.”

Outlook for your high school team:
“We are going to work hard this season and hopefully we will be able to compete for another State Championship.”

Other comments: “Thank you to my mom for constantly supporting me. And to my dad for teaching me the game of lacrosse. Thank you to all my teammates along the way. Thank you to my sisters for coming to my games. Thank you to my high school coach, Brian Samson. Thank you to my Mesa coach, Pat Carney.”

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