Washington state prep lacrosse round-up for Jan. 13 – Feb. 9

SEATTLE — NCAA lacrosse commitments and the Washington state lacrosse Super Bowl food drive were among the Washington state lacrosse stories making news in late January and early February.


Sehome High School senior Andrew Hoemann signed a National Letter of Intent to play NCAA lacrosse at Rollins College in Florida. (Photo: Hoemann family)

Among the stories were NCAA lacrosse commitments by state student-athletes playing for their prep teams at Sehome, Interlake, Skyline, Bellevue, Auburn Riverside, and Mercer Island High Schools.  Lynden’s North County Lacrosse Club also made the news with their participation in the Washington Lacrose Super Food Drive during the week leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII.

Here’s a complete round-up from the lacrosse week in Washington state. To see a comprehensive list of prep lacrosse stories published in Washington state and nationally visit the Washington State Prep Lacrosse Media Center.



Date Media High School(s)/Topic Story
2/08/14 Bellingham Herald Sehome Hoemann commits to Florida Rollins
2/06/14 StudentSports.com Interlake Washington senior to Princeton
2/06/14 Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter Skyline Issaquah-Sammamish athletes set to sign National Letters of Intent | Prep sports news
2/06/14 Bellevue Reporter Bellevue Bellevue preps sign National Letters of Intent at Washington, Harvard, Ohio State | Prep sports news
2/06/14 Auburn Reporter Auburn Riverside Triple play:  Auburn Riverside’s Lucchesis will all attend University of Tampa
2/05/14 StudentSports.com Auburn Riverside Washington twins to Tampa
2/04/14 Mercer Island Reporter Mercer Island Condon commits to Army for lacrosse
1/30/14 Bellevue School District Interlake Interlake senior commits to play Division 1 lacrosse at Princeton
1/31/14 Lynden Tribune Lynden Saturday food drive involves Super Bowl stakes
1/29/14 StudentSports.com Mercer Island Washington junior to Army


About Lacrosse in Washington State
Lacrosse has over 100 years of history in Washington state with clubs playing in the early 1900s and high schools now in their fourth decade of state competition.  With Native American origins, lacrosse is one of the oldest organized sports on the continent and today is considered the fastest growing sport in America.  In Washington state, some 4,000 student-athletes attending over 200 WIAA high schools play prep lacrosse, while another 6,000 play lacrosse at the youth, adult and collegiate club levels throughout the state.  For more information on high school lacrosse in Washington state visit http://www.WashingtonHSLAX.com.


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