Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Todd Francis Tampa Tarpons Tampa Fl
High School Todd Francis
Primary Position Attack
Secondary Positions M
S Pts G FO % A
Career - - - - -
Season 12 17 11 - 6
Wins Ties Losses
Career - - -
Season 17 - 4
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Forty time Mile time
165 4.77 6:05.00
Lacrosse Additional

Lefty Attack that also plays X. Junior Season: 2nd Line Middie. Played this position instead of attack because the team needed speed and did not have depth at middie. Played very few minutes at attack. One of 3 sophomores to make the Varsity team in 2017. Sophomore Season: Minimal playing time due to team loaded with seniors and juniors, plus a brand new head coach.
Played freshman season on JV team (South Tampa Bombers, 2016) as starting lefty attackman, but also played middie when speed was needed.
Excellent ground ball hog with great stick skills.


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High School
H.B. Plant High School
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Guidance Counselor
Randi Litwak
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School Division
1A District 16
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Finance and Financial Management Services, Other
Major Category
Clinical Psychology
Major Category
Social Sciences and History
American Government and Politics (United States)
Other Academic Information
Taking Honors and AP courses. Sole freshman chosen to participate in annual Unity Day. Invited again as a Sophomore. Executive Board Officer and Member of Sertoma Club Student Advisory Council member AVID program participant. Youth Voice Representative at 2017 Hillsborough County Neighborhoods Conference. Participant in Red Rock Teen Leadership Camp. Crossfit Athlete Palma Ceia Presbyterian Camp Counselor and church member. SouthWind Youth Trip participant. CedarKirk Camp participant. Charity Volunteer for Metropolitan Ministries, Combat Wounded Veterans Challenge, Gasparilla Distance Classic and 2018 UANA Junior Pan American Water Polo Championships.
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Personal Highlights

Adopted at age 5 from State of Florida system. Hispanic background.
Summer job at Village Inn Restaurant in Tampa as host and cashier.
Taking an online course during summer and volunteering for a week during international 2018 UANA Jr. PanAm Water Polo Championships in Clearwater.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I want to pursue my education while being part of a team that values teamwork, brotherhood and being the best you can be.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Sometimes being a leader doesn't mean being the vocal one. Leading by action is just as important. I was part of an incredible leadership opportunity with Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge. They help wounded Special Ops military veterans recover and deal with the mental and physical issues of war. II spent 10 days in Key West on the Naval base, with a group of veterans and Gold Star families participating in a special program. My Gold Star roommate lost his Dad in combat. He played lacrosse so we immediately had something in common and got really close. We talked a lot. Spending time with PTSD veterans and others that were missing limbs struggle to get their scuba diving certification, hearing their experiences and talking to kids that lost a parent had a great impact on me. I used to play video war games like Call of Duty. That experience taught me that those games don't come close to what real war is, and the cost to those warriors and their families. I never played those games again. It was a personal decision, but I told friends and asked that they stop doing it too. Instead we are active outside because of the freedom provided by our military. I play lacrosse the same way. I am not the one talking trash. I lead by example. Do your job. Do it well and help your team be successful. Its the same team philosophy as the Special Operation warriors.

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

I work hard in the off season to prepare by being part of a crossfit box and weightlifting. I religiously pursue getting my mind and body ready for the season by doing crossfit. It is not only a terrific way to prepare for the season, but is some of the best overall athletic training you can possibly do. It tests you to your limits and pushes you beyond those limits. You learn more about how your body reacts and responds, while really listening to your body. Its a great way to train for lacrosse.

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

My personal philosophy has been to do for others. At a young age I was always involved in community service through church and school. My early circumstances were not good and I have always felt compelled to help others as a way of showing gratitude to my parents for my adoption. It could have been much worse for me but I was lucky. I have given my time to several worthwhile local charities because change can be affected through individual actions. My parents changed my life and I want to contribute in some small way to making a difference for others. It can be life changing!

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Blog Posts

October 6, 2018
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Fired Up for Fall Ball
September 25, 2018
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June 25, 2018
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WE Ball Versus ME Ball
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Check me out this December!
September 19, 2017
Just signed up to play in the Future Phenoms College Combine Dec. 16-17 in Tampa, Florida at Anderson Field. If you are attending the event, we'll have a chance to talk. I am excited to participate...
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Don't let my size deter you from considering me. I have a strong work ethic, play big and with a ton of heart! My speed, lax IQ and stick skills will make a difference for your team. My speed is...