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.@MainLineSportsC boys’ recruit: Radnor 2018 MF Pierce commits to Delaware

Friday, 29th September 2017

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 9/29/17

Radnor 2018 midfielder Connor Pierce has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware.

Connor Pierce profile:

Connor Pierce

High school: Radnor High School, PA

Grad year: 2018

Position: Midfield

College committed to: University of Delaware

Club teams: 3d Southland, 3d Pacific, HEADstrong-Quaker

Lacrosse honors: All-Central League, All-Delco

Expected major: Business

Why did you choose Delaware? “My coach, Brock Livingston, at my old school in Los Angeles, CA, attended Delaware and also played lacrosse. After my visit, it seemed like the perfect fit for me, and following in my role model’s footsteps really made it feel like the place I want to be after high school.

HS team’s 2018 outlook: Districts, States.

Thank You: “Big thank you to my Mom, Dad, Coach Brock, Coach Begier, Coach Friel, and to all of my teammates throughout the years. Shoutout to West L.A. Youth Lacrosse, where it all started.”

Other schools considered: Providence, St. Joe’s, Bryant, Holy Cross

Main Line Sports Center, the official sponsor for boys’ recruits, congratulates Connor Pierce. Main Line SC, located at 1340 Swedesford Road, Berwyn, PA, 19312, offers elite training and clinics for boys and girls as well as club programs for boys. Featuring 5 large indoor fields, we cater to sports teams and organizations looking for a practice facility with ample space and state of the art equipment. Our sports arena is available for organized practices and training sessions for all levels and ages of athlete. Due to the scale and layout of our facility, Main Line Sports Center can handle large practices, as well as Tournaments, special events and private parties for your group or team. Please contact the office at 610-640-1420 for information or access the Main Line website at

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