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True Lacrosse Sends 4 More Players to Division I Programs
Dan Ferrel (Virginia Military Institute): Dan has been with the True Lacrosse All-Star Program since the beginning. He is a big physical defenseman who has the ability to shut down opposing attack man. His dream has always been to go into the military and he will be able to do this by attending VMI. "Dan is has been a great kid to have in the program. He is a tough hard nose kid who will excel in the VMI environment. I am happy he will get an opportunity to fulfill his dream of playing Division 1 lacrosse and attending a Military School" said Jake Deane. Dan plays under Jon Posner during the high school season who is the head coach of Culver Academy.
Danny Lowe (High Point University): Danny has been with the True Lacrosse All-Star program for the past 4 years. He stands at 6'6 215lbs and is a physical specimen out on the field. "The first thing you notice about Danny is his size, but when people actual start to watch him play they will notice that he is a very skilled player as well. Danny will have the ability to play close defense or long stick midfield in college" said Deane. "He has matured so much as a player and a person over the last 4 years. It has been fun to watch his development". Danny's family resides in Lake forest, Illinois.
Kevin Verkler (Mount St. Mary's): Kevin Verkler is new to the program this past year. He is probably the most athletic player out of this whole group. Verkler has also excelled at football during his high school career. "Kevin is your prototypical defenseman. He is raw, but has a ton of grit and is very athletic. He will only get better at the college level. Being a multi-sport Athlete will also be a key to his success" said Deane. Kevin plays at Libertyville High School.
Mason Quinn (Quinnipiac): Mason Quinn has been with the True Lacrosse All-Star program since he was in 8th grade. Mason is another player who also attends Culver Academy and plays under Head Coach Jon Posner. "Mason is an overall solid defenseman. He has good footwork, a good stick, and a good knowledge of the game. He will compete for playing time right away at Quinnipiac", Jake Deane.
True Lacrosse is proud to have these boys represent our Program. All 4 of these boys have worked really hard to get where they are today. They understand the real work starts now and that college lacrosse won't get any easier. We are excited to watch these True Lacrosse All-Stars careers as college lacrosse players.