Search Blog


Member Commitment: Dillon Schoen, Class of 2014, Stanford University

Dillon Schoen (Darien, Connecticut/Darien High School) has committed to play lacrosse at the Stanford University. Stanford is coming off a historic season, where the team finished with a 14-6 record and won the first NCAA tournament game in program history, taking down Notre Dame, 8-7, in the opening round. The team fell in the second round last weekend to Northwestern to end their season. Other program highlights from this season include the Cardinal winning its eighth Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament championship in nine years. A midfielder, Schoen brings an impressive skillset to Darien. She is a force in the middle of the field, and uses her impressive speed and quickness - as well as a deft stick -- to corral loose balls. Offensively, she plays fearlessly, taking the ball to the net with determination while showing strong finishing ability inside. An accomplished athlete, Schoen is also a star on the track. In January, she won the 600-meter in Darien High School record time and anchored the winning 4 x 200 relay team for the Blue Wave. Below is our Q&A with Dillon, who discusses his experience using ...

Member Commitment: Cam Lee, Class of 2011, Duke University

On the experience: My son Cam and I were very happy with the experience. Matt [Wheeler], Chris [Meade] and Norb [Bielan] were terrific during the process and very knowledgeable about the “ins and outs” of lacrosse and recruiting. As video is ever more important today, they put together a great product. They make sure the player is highlighted so it is easier for the coaches to spot the player. They will also make suggestions to put in a variety of plays such as ground balls, defense, riding, clearing, etc. in addition to scoring so coaches can see more of the complete athlete. ...