Fighting Clams lax updates college commitments

October, 15, 2013
10/15/13
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The Top Gun Fighting Clams travel lacrosse club has released its fall recruiting list, updating all the college choices for its 2014, ’15 and ’16 players.

Here’s a look at the release, courtesy of Mike Montenegro:

2014 D1
Tyler Breen (2014) – Virginia
Joe Delaney (2014) – Colgate
Connor Donahue (2014) – Denver
Will Eikenberry (2014) - Delaware
George Fay (2014) - Delaware
Austin Gaiss (2014) - Notre Dame
Brendan Gates (2014) - Hartford
Josh Gordon (2014) - Delaware
Max Gustafson (2014) - Brown
Matt Knight (2014) - Hobart
Kevin Lally (2014) - UMASS Lowell
Parker McKee (2014) - Michigan
Jon Nassif (2014) - UMASS Lowell
Drew O'Connell (2014) - Princeton
Shaun O'Hare (2014) - Sacred Heart
Collin Orr (2014) - Colgate
Kyle Parsons (2014) - Bucknell
Danny Seibel (2014) – Villanova
Dustin Vitagliano (2014) - Drexel

D2/D3
Harrison Alpaugh (2014) - Haverford
Drew Bourdeau (2014) - St. Anselm's
Chris Casey (2014) - Franklin & Marshall
Lucas Deangelis (2014) - St. Anselm's
Colin Fahey (2014) - Lynchburg
Colin Feheley (2014) - Washington
Jordan Fong (2014) - Hamilton
David Kasten (2014) - Sewanee
Casey Keeley (2014) - Springfield
Bobby Koziol (2014) - Western New England
Miles Matule (2014) - Ursinus
Tucker Mscisz (2014) - Connecticut College
Eamon O'Leary (2014) - Connecticut College
Sean Pensavalle (2014) - Union
Greg Plumb (2014) - Williams
Tyler Powers (2014) - Washington
Sam Reardon (2014) - Union
Pat Robinson (2014) - Hartwick
A.J. Vazquez (2014) – Connecticut College

2015 D1
Zach Ambrosino (2015) - Virginia
Ryan Caley (2015) - Colgate
Foster LeBoeuf (2015) - Brown
Andrew Gallahue (2015) - Villanova
Joe Manown (2015) – Duke
Brooks Tyrrell – Notre Dame

2016 D1
Tim Dick (2016) - Georgetown
Caleb Mahoney (2016) – Ohio State
Ryan Parsons (2016) - Bucknell
Skyler Mickunas (2016) - University of Pennsylvania

Scott Barboza

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Scott Barboza joined ESPNBoston.com as a high schools editor/reporter in May 2010. He spent the previous three seasons working in the New England Patriots media relations department after a stint at the Taunton Daily Gazette, where he covered everything from Little League baseball to the Boston Red Sox.

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