Collin Ruegg has committed to Transylvania University


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Chuck Graves Columbus BlackJack Elite Columbus OH
High School Tom Foley
Career 12 - -
Season 10 - -
S Pts G FO % A
Career - 106 46 - 60
Season - 61 27 - 34
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Forty time Mile time
240 4.98 -
Lacrosse Honors

~ 2 year Varsity Letterman
~ 2 year JV captain
~ Selectively chosen to play in the 2014 Warrior Diamond Lacrosse Showcase Invitational

Lacrosse Additional

~ Led 2014 Summer Club team (BlackJack Elite) in goals scored. (14 goals in 3 tournaments)
~ Led 2013/2014 Varsity Winter Indoor team in scoring. (83 goals in 19 games. ~ 4.7 GPG)
~ Participated in the D3termine Showcase for uncommitted juniors and seniors for D3 college coaches around the area. (4 goals 7 assists) - November 2013
~ Started every JV game sophomore year 2013 (Captain of team)


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High School
Bishop Watterson High School
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Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Jamie Kirby
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Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Marketing, Other
Major Category
Marketing Ops./Marketing and Distrib.
Major Category
Social Sciences and History
Other Academic Information
Honor Roll (3.79 GPA) 4th quarter Junior year- June 2014 Honor Roll (3.85 GPA) 3rd quarter Junior year- March 2014 Honor Roll (3.71 GPA) 2nd quarter Junior year- December 2013 Honor Roll (3.90 GPA) 1st quarter Junior year- October 2013 Honor Roll (3.51 GPA) 4th quarter Sophomore year- June 2013 Student Council Representative Senior Year (2014/2015) Leader of school-wide service project for less fortunate called Fill Up The Truck (April 2014) Leader of school Weightlifting Club (2014) Vice President of Marketing for school Business Club (2014)
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Personal Highlights

Work at Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park in Columbus, OH - Nov. 2013 - present
Played Linebacker/Fullback for Watterson Football Team all 4 years of HS

Additional Questions:
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.

On the field I am a leader by how I vocalize and set up our offense for the game. I play attack and offensive mid field so I am expected to be an offensive master. I will normally play at X (behind the goal) so I can see the offense and base our set up from how I see that the defense is playing. I will also work the ball around the crease (My personal favorite and specialty) and out hustle defenses around the goal to score and it is seeming to rub off on my teammates in a positive manner. I have also developed a skill to be able to work the ball around from up top and have acquired a triple-threat mentality where I can pass/shoot/dodge effectively whenever I have the ball. I have been working my best to instill this quality in my teammates in and outside of practice.
Off the field I am a leader in the classroom and in my community. I am a leader in the classroom because I take charge of my grades and do my best do get the grades I need to get into the college I wish to go to. I am a leader in my community by my service and organization in the things I do to help others. I have recently lead in programs set up by my schools business club such as the Christine Wilson 5k run, Easter Baskets for hospitalized children, and Sundays with Santa. I have also lead a school wide service project called Fill up the Truck in which we surpassed our goal of 10k items and totaled at 14,400 items donated to numerous charities.

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

I pursue a healthy athletic performance as a student-athlete by simply recognizing that I am a STUDENT-athlete and school comes first. I think that if I am doing well in the classroom that I can maintain good grades and have a larger focus towards my athletics, while always keeping up my grades. If I can control my stress in school, I can control my stress and temper on the field and make smart choices and play to the best of my ability. I am also an honor student at my school with an average GPA of 3.73 since my 4th quarter of my sophomore year.

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

I am a Boy Scout of America for troop 428 in Powell, OH. I constantly do service for underprivileged communities and people. I have helped with churches, elderly, mentally challenged, and the public community. Service is important to me because it reminds me of how I am suppose to give back to my community for all of the efforts and things that it has done for me. I also feel very good and happy after I do service and I hope that everyone has an opportunity to do service in their lifetime.

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Blog Posts

Atlantic Cup on 07/09/14
July 9, 2014

My summer team BlackJack Elite took second place in our tournament in Emmitsburg MD. Scored 4 goals including a game winner with 40 seconds left and 2 in the championship game.

Goals: 4

Assists: 3

Weight Lifting Maximums*
February 25, 2014
Bench: 240 lbs (1-rep) Back Squat: 390 lbs (1-rep) Hang Clean: 245 lbs (1-rep) Dead Lift: 425 lbs (1-rep) Push-ups: 53 (1 set) *As of 8/31/14
Ultimate Eagle Club
February 25, 2014
On Friday, February 21st, 2014, I reached the rank of Ultimate Eagle in the Watterson Weight room. It is a combination of Big Eagle Club and 300 Club all done in a single workout. I am the first...