Penn State Signs 10 Lacrosse Recruits for the 2019 Season

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. The Penn State men's lacrosse team announced the addition of 10 student-athletes for the 2022 class who will provide depth at all positions on during the fall national signing period. The incoming student-athletes will bring in talent from all around the Northeast, featuring three from Pennsylvania, three from New York, and one from each Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and New Jersey.

"Our staff is thrilled with the quality of character of our incoming student-athletes," head coach Jeff Tambroni stated of his incoming players. "We feel fortunate to have developed such a strong relationship with these young men and their families. We are confident that these young men will have a significant, and positive, impact in our community, classroom and on the field."

ALERIC FYOCK - Goalie | 6-0 | 210 | Bowie, Maryland | St. Mary's of Annapolis

Prior to Penn State: A four-year member of St. Mary's lacrosse team, Fyock helped guide his team to a 2015 MIAA-A Championship title ... Named second team all-county and ran cross country for three years with the Saints.

Personal: Plans to major in marketing.

Why Penn State? "I chose Penn State because it is a home away from home."

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JOE WHITE - Attack | 5-10 | 190 | Richmond, Virginia | Collegiate School

Prior to Penn State: A four-year member of the Collegiate School lacrosse team ... Going into his senior season, White has tallied 141 career-assists and 192 career-goals ... In 2015, he set the schools season-points record with 51 goals and 53 assists to help his team finish with an undefeated regular season ... White has earned All-State every year and was named All-Metro Player of the Year in 2017 ... Played Varsity Football and won the 2016 State Championship ... Played three years of club ball for Amped Lax.

Personal: He is currently undecided on a major.

Why Penn State? "I chose Penn State because it felt like a good fit both academically and athletically."

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SEAMUS GLYNN - Attack | 5-11 | 185 | Villanova, Pennsylvania | Malvern Preparatory School

Prior to Penn State: A four-year member of the Malvern Prep lacrosse team ... Played four years of club ball with Mesa Fresh and two years with Fusion Lacrosse.

Personal: Anticipates majoring in Business and Informational Technology.

Why Penn State? "I chose Penn State because the coaching staff makes it feel like home."

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TOMMY BAKER - LSM/Defense | 6-0 | 170 | Syracuse, New York | West Genesee

Prior to Penn State: A three-year member of the West Genesee lacrosse team, Baker helped guide his team to a 15-3 season and Sectional Finals in 2017 ... Named Second-Team All-Central New York ... Played club ball for Braveheart and Sweet Lax.

Personal: Baker is interested in majoring in Outdoor Landscape and Design.

Why Penn State? "I chose Penn State for the amazing academics, coaching staff, and traditions."

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JORDAN DONAGHY - Midfield | 5-8 | 160 | Westchester, Pennsylvania | Malvern Preparatory School

Prior to Penn State: A four-year member of the Malvern Prep lacrosse team ... Played club ball for Big Four HHH and FCA ... Donaghy helped HHH to the U-15 National Championship in 2014 and helped guide FCA to win the U-15 National Championship in 2015 ... Donaghy also played a season of club ball with Mesa Fresh.

Personal: Donaghy is currently undecided but in his free time enjoys doing wood shop and graphic design.

Why Penn State? "I chose Penn State because of the top academics, great coaches, beautiful campus, the family atmosphere of the team, and the chance to play for a national championship."

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2017-11-09



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