Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Keevin Galbraith / Jay Motta Team 302 Newark DE
High School MV Whitlow
Primary Position Attack
Career - 30 30
Season - 15 15
S Pts G FO % A
Career - 88 58 - 30
Season - 59 39 - 20
Lacrosse Honors
  • Earned varsity letter in lacrosse as an 8th grade middle school student
  • 2015 Scholar Athlete Award for achieving a 3.65 GPA while earning my varsity letter in lacrosse
Lacrosse Additional
  • Hun School of Princeton varsity attack as a freshman
  • Starting Varsity Attack as a freshman at Caravel Academy, scoring 19 goals in first full varsity season
  • As an 8th grader, I led the high school JV team in goals & points with 39 goals / 59 points in 15 games
  • Caravel Academy JV team finished the 2015 season with a record of 14 -1, outscoring opponents 128 to 30 in 15 games. I scored over 30% of the teams goals over the entire season.
  • In addition, I played in several varsity lacrosse games, scoring as many a 3 goals per game, which resulted in my varsity letter. As an 8th grader, I played with 12 seniors on the varsity team, including players who have been awarded lacrosse scholarships at colleges such as Loyola MD.


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High School
The Hun School
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Guidance Counselor
Cheryl Beal
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School Division
Division I
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Marketing/Marketing Management, General
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
Major Category
Parks, Rec., Leisure, and Fitness Studies
Athletic Training and Sports Medicine
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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.

Through my participation in the Youth Advisory Committee, I have been able to demonstrate leadership skills within the 15 member group. In 2014, I was chosen to represent the YAC group to discuss a hospital fundraiser on NBC 3's Philadelphia morning show. In addition, I have coordinated holiday food drives, for organizations such as the WMMR Camp Out for Hunger, by utilizing my contacts from various ice hockey teams.

On the field or on the ice, I demonstrate leadership during both practices and games. I am typically the first player to arrive and last player to leave at practice. After other players have left, I will stay late to work directly with the coaches on my skill development. I feel that this level of dedication has lead to increased performance during games and increased respect from my teammates. In 2015, I was the first middle school lacrosse player to move to the Caravel Academy high school level. I not only started for Caravel's high school JV team, I lead the team in points during the season. In addition, I played several varsity games which helped me earn my varsity letter in lacrosse as a middle school student. I also earned the Scholar Athlete Award for achieving a 3.65 GPA while earning my varsity letter in lacrosse.

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

I am extremely dedicated to maintaining a healthy diet and daily fitness routine. I am also a strong believer in multi-sport athletic development vs. single sport focus. Although my main sports are ice hockey and lacrosse, I am also a starting high school soccer goalie. I feel that a variety of exercises through participation in multiple sports has provided great benefits in both hockey and lacrosse performance.

Over the past 5 years I have attended several camps/clinics for both hockey and lacrosse. In 2010, I attended High Performance Hockey camp with former Philadelphia Flyer and current AHL assistant coach, Riley Cote. Mr. Cote is a strong believer in following a diet consisting of healthy, organic foods. Since attending his camp, I have made several changes in my diet and fitness routines in order to maintain peak athletic performance.

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

AI DuPont / Nemours Children's Hospital - Youth Advisory Committee Member since 2010.
- Attended monthly YAC meetings at the hospital to assist with development of new hospital wing
- Assisted senior hospital leadership by providing youth point of view on decisions regarding hospital design, dietary selections, and activities

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