Penguins 2018’s make their college choices

Heading into their final season of high school lacrosse this spring, the 2018 Penguins have accumulated an impressive list of commitments to play NCAA lacrosse at top level institutions across the country. Coach Low on the 2018 Penguins: “I am glad the effort that so many of our Penguins student athletes have put in on the field and in the classroom has been rewarded with the opportunity to continue their careers at the next level. This group has been a tremendously competitive, hard working group and I am proud of the example that they have set for younger Penguins in the program. I am confident that this group is headed to schools where they can make an impact.”

This list will continue to grow as several more 2018 Penguins narrow down their college choices!

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Jason Vickery – AIC (NCAA Div. II)
Darragh Fahey – UMass-Boston (NCAA Div. III)
Kyle McEniry – Springfield College (NCAA Div. III)
Seth Child – UMass-Boston (NCAA Div. III)
Robert Colburn – Franklin Pierce University (NCAA Div. II)
Jack Ranta – UMass-Boston (NCAA Div. III)
Sean Lazzaro – Wentworth Institute of Technology (NCAA Div. III)
Scott Ehrenberg – Nichols College (NCAA Div. III)
Matt Palin – UMass-Boston (NCAA Div. III)
Chris Palin – UMass-Boston (NCAA Div. III)
John Carr – Post University (NCAA Div. II)
Kyle Hirshom – St. Michael’s College (NCAA Div. II)
Andrew Gallagher – UMass-Boston (NCAA Div. III)
Tyler Grant – Lemoyne College (NCAA Div. II)
Zach Alexander – Nichols College (NCAA Div. III)
Sean Wise – Hood College (NCAA Div. III)
Kyle Henry – Salem State University (NCAA Div. III)
Jarrod Sweeney – Nichols College (NCAA Div. III)
Ryan Birch – Bentley University (NCAA Div. II)


Penguins 2018

Penguins 2018’s practice alongside Penguins 2026’s in the group’s final practice together as a team.


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