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.@ConnectLAX boys’ recruit: Somers/ Trinity Pawling 2015 LSM-defenseman Roediger commits to St. John’s

Saturday, 12th July 2014

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

By K.I. Goldberg, Posted 7/12/14

Somers High School/ Trinity-Pawling School rising senior LSM-defenseman Luke Roediger has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at St. John’s University.

Luke Roediger ledger:

Luke Roediger

Luke Roediger

High School: Somers High School (2014)/ Trinity Pawling (2015)

Graduation Year: 2015

Position: LSM/defense

College Choice: St. John’s University

Club Affiliation: New England Storm

Lacrosse Honors: Section 1 All-Section, All-League

What will you major in/study? Undecided

Why did you choose St. John’s? “I like the coaches; the school was very nice, and is a great academic fit for me.”

What are your thoughts on this past HS lacrosse season/team’s outlook for next season? “I Played at Somers this past season and we had great year overall. I believe that with the kids that will be returning next year they will have the opportunity to do some great things next year.”

Thank You: “I want to thank all my coaches that helped me earn this opportunity including Tim Schurr and especially Coach Brian Dalton, and Coach Nic Bell who really helped me throughout the recruiting process.

“I also want to thank my parents for allowing me to go to all of the summer showcases, and supporting me the whole way.”

Other schools considered: Providence, Navy, Union

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