Categories: clam_chatter
      Date: Aug 26, 2013
     Title: Trading up
I want lacrosse to get me into a better college

If there is one phrase that almost all our players and parents can agree on, it's that the sport can be a vessel of sorts. As most put it, it ends up being best summed up as some version of the following: "we want lacrosse to allow us to go to a better college/university than we would without it".

This being the consensus, it cannot be argued that the past few weeks have been a resounding success for the Clam program.

In just the past 6 weeks, below is a list of the Clams that have committed to D3 college lacrosse programs, and in turn the schools they represent, that found themselves listed among the top 41 liberal arts colleges in the country (according the US News and World Report's 2013 list):

Greg Plumb (2014) - Williams - #1 Liberal Arts College according to 2013 US News And World Report

Skyler Mickunas (2016) - University of Pennsylvania - #8 National University according to 2013 US News and World Report

Harrison Alpaugh (2014) Haverford - #9 Liberal Arts College according to 2013 US News And
World Report

Sam Frick (2104) Vassar - #10 Liberal Arts College according to 2013 US News And
World Report

Jordan Fong (2014) - Hamilton - #16 Liberal Arts College according to 2013 US News and World Report

David Kasten (2014) - Sewanee - #36 Liberal Arts College according to 2013 US News and World Report


(TBA, 2014*) - Trinity - #38 Liberal Arts College according to US News and World Report

*per school policy, the coaching staff does not want us to release the name of this player
Tucker Mscisz (2014) - Connecticut College - #41 Liberal Arts College according to US News and World Report

Eamon O'Leary (2014) - Connecticut College - #41 Liberal Arts College according to US News and World Report