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Boys’ recruit: St. Anthony’s rising senior MF/FO Laupus commits to Providence

Friday, 28th June 2013

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 6/27/13

thomas laupus

Thomas Laupus

St. Anthony’s rising senior midfielder-face-off specialist Thomas Laupus has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Providence College.

Thomas Laupus log:

High school: St. Anthony’s, Melville, Long Island, NY

Graduation year: 2014

Position: midfield/FO

College choice: Providence

Club affiliation: Long Island Express 2014 Orange

Major lacrosse honors, camps and showcases: Nike Blue Chip, National 175 invitational, Project 9.9, Adrenaline Black Card, Philly Showcase, Paul Rabil’s Top 50 Camp, Navy Fall Camp, Brine Shootout, UMD Fall Camp, NSCLA

What will you major in/study: Economics/ Business

Why did you choose school? “Providence is the perfect fit for me academically and athletically. It’s a great lacrosse program. The Providence campus and state of the art new facilities and coaching staff made the choice very easy and quick. The balance between lacrosse and academics is great. The academic support team is very knowledgeable and supportive. The Big East Conference lacrosse competition is going to be tops.”

Outlook for your high school team in 2014: “My team’s outlook for next year is very strong! We are working very hard to bring the Championship back home to St. Anthony’s High School. We have plenty of weapons and desire to win . Teamwork is our main goal for success next year.”

Other comments: “I want to thank my parents for all their continued support and efforts; my entire family for their patience and huge sacrifices; and the time spent traveling and many hours of practice and work outs. I want to thank my teammates for all their efforts and great play; my outstanding FOGO lax face off competitors and practice mentors; a special thanks to Coach Mike Chanenchuk, Coach Matt Schomburg, Coach Wieczorek, Coach Schrieber, summer coaches Jack Moran and Gene Isnardi; my good friend Thomas Kessler; and the entire coaching staff at Providence College.”



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