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MSI boys’ recruit: Bergen Catholic (NJ) 2016 midfielder Magno commits to Air Force

Sunday, 2nd February 2014

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 2/2/14

Bergen Catholic High School (NJ) sophomore midfielder Jeremy Magno has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the United States Air Force Academy and begin the admissions process.

Jeremy Magno ledger:

Jeremy Magno

Jeremy Magno

High School: Bergen Catholic High School, Oradell, NJ

Graduation Year: 2016

Position: Midfield

College Choice: Air Force Academy

Club Affiliation: Tri-State

Major lacrosse honors: Fab Frosh All-Star and Philly Showcase All-Star

What will you major in/study? Undecided

Why did you choose Air Force? “The rich tradition of excellence academically, as well as athletically, grabbed my interest right away. Furthermore, the things I will be able to experience in my four years at AF are unparalleled at any other college.”

Additional Comments: “I would like to thank everyone at Tri-State who have helped me develop over the years including Coach Ross Turco, Coach Rodger Colbert, and Coach MV Whitlow.

“Also, I am extremely thankful for the guidance and assistance of the Bergen Catholic coaching staff including Coach Joseph Haemmerle, who was a big help in my process.

“I want to thank everyone at the Clifton Mustangs Jr. lacrosse program for introducing me to the sport of lacrosse.

“Lastly, I would like to thank my parents for their support and advice during the process.”

Other schools considered: Lehigh, Colgate, Princeton, UMass

Maplezone Sports Institute, the official sponsor for boys’ recruits, congratulates Jeremy Magno. MSI is located on Conchester Highway (Rt. 322) in Garnet Valley, offering lacrosse and sports performance training for boys and girls. From summer and fall club teams to camps, clinics, tournaments and leagues, let MSI be your one stop training facility. Visit us at or contact 280x60



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