AUBURN, Ala. - The senior class of 2020 had their season stolen from them.
For reasons outside of their control, they will never be able to pursue goals for which they worked so hard.
As part of a recurring segment for the remainder of this spring, coaches have the opportunity to thank their seniors one last time.
Continuing the series is Auburn coach J.J. Arminio honoring his four seniors.
#5 Stone Bridges, Midfield
Dunwoody, Ga. (Marist)
“Stone had three years contributing to our offense, even taking faceoffs his entire freshman year. Stone was the team vice president in 2020. He’s a Building Science major who’s on the Dean’s List. He’ll be working for Brasfield and Gorrie after graduation.”
#22 Michel Butler, Midfield
Marietta, Ga. (Walton)
“Butler spent three years solely down the left the alley. He’s an Industrial and Systems Engineer major with a minor in Naval Science. After graduation, he will be serving in the United States Navy as an officer. Thank you for your contributions to our university and lacrosse program, but even more for your service to our country.”
#33 Gray Hill, SSDM (aka: Blue Collar Workforce)
Boulder, Colo. (Alexander Dawson)
“Gray played two years for the Tigers. He’s a Business Communications major and upon graduation next December, he’s moving back to Colorado to begin a job as a Commercial Advisor for VanWest Partners out of Denver.”
#34 Brian Putnam, SSDM
Melbourne, Fla. (Holy Trinity)
“Our only true senior having played all four years! He’s an Exercise Science major and is heading to PT school after graduation. War Eagle, Brian!”