Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Tom Nugent
Career - - -
Season 2 1 5
S Pts G FO % A
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Season 1 5 1 100.000 4
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Forty time Mile time
285 4.70 6:05.00
Lacrosse Honors

Chosen All Star Team- College Coach pick, at University of Michigan Warrior Camp 2013

At the 2014 22nd MVP 2 HS Exposure Tournament at Townson University my team went 2-3 against the best competition at the camp. During the last game we were playing a team that was undefeated. We had the game tied at the end of the second half, which led to a braveheart overtime situation (1v1 face-off plus goalies). I won the face-off, scored, and won the game for our team.

Shot speed 105 mph, verified at the Midwestern Lax Showcase Combine June 15th, 2014.

Lacrosse Additional

I am a strong Face Off opponent! Beware! I am versatile, I will play wherever needed!

At the Midwestern lax Showcase combine June 15th my shot speed was verified at 105 mph.
squat 335lbs
dead lift 405lbs
28in. vert.
4.7 in 40 yd


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High School
Elder High School
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Guidance Counselor
Joe Driehaus
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Major Category
Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineer
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I participate in three different sports: Football, Wrestling, and Lacrosse. As a junior I have been lucky to see new freshman each year like new kid brothers. When it is Football season, I volunteer to have kids shadow me at school. I let them know that most kids all start out the same, small. I let them know that when I started football I was one of the smallest on the team. But I stuck with it, worked hard, and now I am one of the biggest. I try and let them know to keep their chin up, things change, usually for the better. During wrestling season I make sure that the underclassmen don't give up, that they don't be too hard on themselves if they lose a match. I volunteer with the youth wrestling groups during clinics and camps, I believe I can relate with many of the kids and teach them. I am also very lucky to be a part of a great Lacrosse team that every Christmas season we take a group of underclassmen to a local Church and Charity to sing and give out presents we have collected. I believe kids should learn to be humble and respect everyone, even those that do without. I would rather think of myself as a teacher or a mentor more so than a leader. I don't know if I consider myself a leader, a leader indicates there are those who follow, I would like to think those I meet learn from me instead.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Maintaining a strong and healthy athletic performance is more than just my training, practice, and "keeping in shape." It is more than fueling myself with proper nutrition, hydration, and rest. I know that I must maintain a solid strong mind, body and spirit. I have a great family support system, they keep me grounded. I work everyday to budget my time with my studies and conditioning. And dealing with academic stress will always be a work in process. I wrap all this self work up with the best positive attitude I can to get the total package; a healthy athlete putting forward the best performance.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

On weekends I work with an organization called “Keeping America Beautiful” which helps bring people together in our community to clean up trash in a different area of Cincinnati Ohio each week. We work hard to deliver a positive environment through cleaning up litter and beautifying the area. We believe that a clean positive community will help people feel better and has shown to improve the community’s sense of pride. Having the streets free of litter also drastically lowers the crime rate in the areas we service.
I have been able to help teach and educate the kids in the neighborhoods about the many emotional and health benefits of living in a clean environment. This work is extremely important to me, because I live in one of the areas where we provide a lot of the effort and service, so I get to see first-hand how much an impact it can actually make.

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