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Men’s commitment: Chaminade senior middie Caputo chooses Brown

Thursday, 6th October 2011

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

By Phil Bergman
LILacrosseNews.com, Posted 10/06/11

Chaminade High School senior midfielder Brendan Caputo has made a verbal commitment to play Division 1 lacrosse at Brown University and begin the admissions process.

Brendan Caputo log:

Brendan Caputo

High School: Chaminade HS

Graduation Year: 2012

Position: Midfield

College Choice: Brown University

Club Affiliation: L.I. Express

Academic honors: National Honor Society, Honor Roll

What will you major in/study? Economics

Why did you choose Brown? “Coach (Lars) Tiffany had a big part in my decision to attend Brown. He is very enthusiastic about a Brown education and excited about the lacrosse program. I am very interested in the open curriculum. It is appealing to me and unique in the Ivy League.”

What is your HS team’s outlook for next year? “We hope to make it to the CHSAA championship. We have a good core of returning seniors and a very good junior class.”

Additional comments: “I was fortunate through the years to have very good coaching; Coach Schmitt and Coach Sofield in Pal and Coach (Mike) Chanenchuck as I got older. I feel very blessed and privileged to be part of a winning program at Chaminade, and to play with such committed teammates. Coach (Robert) Pomponio and Coach (Jack) Moran are great men who have made a tremendous influence in my life and I will always be grateful for that. Most of all I would like to thank my Dad, who was always with me and directed me both on the field but more so with my studies. He showed me how to keep my priorities in order.”

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READERS COMMENTS (2)

  1. Coach Caliendo says:

    Congratulations Brendan!! I know you will do well at Brown.

  2. joseph mele says:

    great job Brendan!! you fought really hard throughout the years. great player great person you will be an awesome D1 player. good luck




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