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.@ConnectLAX boys’ recruit: St. Paul’s 2017 ATT Mayer commits to Navy

Tuesday, 26th August 2014

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 8/26/14

St. Paul’s School 2017 attackman Mathew Mayer has committed to the admissions process at the United States Naval Academy.

Mathew Mayer log:

High School: St. Paul’s School

Graduation Year: 2017


College Choice:
United States Naval Academy (ConnectLAX college profile)

Club Affiliation: Rock Lacrosse (2017 ELITE)

Major lacrosse honors, All-Star teams, Camps, Showcases:
2014 Lake Placid Sweetlax National Team

Academic honors, service projects:
Saint Paul’s Honor Roll, Honor Society, Peer Advisor.

What will you major in/study?

Why did you choose the school? “I want to serve my country, pursue a career in the military, become a Corpsman out of college and a future officer in the Navy or Marine Corp.”

What is your HS team’s outlook for next season? “We have a number of returning committed attack upperclassman at Saint Paul’s and our Varsity should compete for another MIAA A Conference championship. Depending on where I end up I could support our upperclassman on Varsity or lead the attack on Junior Varsity.”

Other schools considered?
Army, Air Force, Cornell, Mercer

Thank You: “I would like to thank the Rock program for their guidance, support and coaching. I would like to extend special thanks for Coach Rick Matthews and Coach Jones at Rock. I would also like to than the lacrosse staff at St. Paul’s, and specifically Coach Brocato for his advisement as I maneuvered thru the recruiting process.”

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