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.@ConnectLAX boys’ recruit: Immaculata (NJ)/Trinity-Pawling 2015 attackman Agaisse commits to Mount Saint Mary’s

Tuesday, 15th July 2014

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

By K.I. Goldberg, Posted 7/15/14

Immaculata High School (NJ)/Trinity-Pawling School postgraduate attackman M. Wyatt Agaisse has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Mount Saint Mary’s University.

M. Wyatt Agaisse ledger:

Wyatt Agaisse

Wyatt Agaisse

High School: Immaculata High School (NJ) 2014, Trinity-Pawling School 2015

Graduation Year: 2015

Position: Attack

Club Affiliations: Team Turnpike and the New England Storm

College Choice: Mount Saint Mary’s University

What will you major in/study? Undecided

Lacrosse Honors: 2014 State Champion, 2014 Team Captain, Prep School Showcase, Baltimore Summer Kickoff, National 175, King of the Hill, Philly Invitational

Why did you choose the Mount? “The main factor for me was finding a good balance between academics and athletics, and I felt as if the Mount offered this.”

2015 Outlook: “Immaculata graduates 9 starters and is coming off a State Championship season, but I believe the underclass men can accomplish great things if they play as a team!”

Thank You: “I ultimately could not have done this without my parents! They are my biggest fans, and supporters. Also I would like to thank Coach Jamie Lovejoy who introduced me to the game and has been there for me through thick and thin!”

Other schools considered: Lafayette, Washington, Rutgers, Manhattan, Roanoke

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