INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. - The Sierra Nevada College men's lacrosse program is extremely pleased to announce that 17 new student-athletes will be joining the Eagles in Lake Tahoe this fall. This is the largest incoming class since the inception of the program in 2013.
"We've been working hard to find student-athletes who want to receive a great education and compete for a national championship; all while enjoying the myriad of opportunities available in the Lake Tahoe region. The talent level of this class is unprecedented," said SNC head coach Matt Blamey. "Even more importantly, I think we've found the right mix of guys. Each one has a great attitude and really believes in what we are building. We can't wait to merge the incoming talent with our returning veteran leadership. It is truly an exciting time to be an Eagle."
The incoming class boasts players from five different states. The Eagles graduated only four players from last season's WCLL Champion and MCLA National Tournament qualifying team. In addition to the large recruiting class in 2017, Sierra Nevada returns four All-American players as well as all ten starters.
|Tristin Gallo||LSM||Murrieta Mesa||Calif.|
|Drew Horton||A/M||East Aurora||N.Y.|
|Baylen Marschall||A/M||Rome Free Academy||N.Y.|
|Patrick McNamara||A/M||Terra Linda||Calif.|
|Quinn Nicodemus||A/M||Westerville North||Ohio|
|Carter Ogden||LSM||Terra Linda||Calif.|
|Juan Carlos O'Neil||D||Novato||Calif.|
|Nick Southron||A/M||Mater Dei||Calif.|
|Kyle Sperzel||A/M||Hebron Academy||Maine|
|Jonathon Soliz||D||Rancho Bernardo||Calif.|