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Cornell lacrosse 2018

Posted by billhoward 
Cornell lacrosse 2018
Posted by: billhoward (---.nwrknj.fios.verizon.net)
Date: August 07, 2017 05:21PM

When Men’s Lacrosse Announce[d] Class of 2021, the 13 newcomers all sounded like very good players, all contributors, and no one stood out in the release as the next Rob Pannell. Turns out incoming attackman John Piatell, Wrentham, Mass., has the potential to be a standoot at Cornell. Also Matt Licciardi, midfielder. Both were named to the USA Today All-America first team. (Player of the year is Justin Shockey, Landon School (Bethesda, Md.), headed to Navy.)

Interim coach Peter Millman
John [Piatelli] is an excellent feeding attackman with an extremely high lacrosse IQ. We expect him to compete for immedia1te playing time because of his ability to dodge and feed from behind the goal. We think he has the potential to be a special player for us by the time his career is over.

USA Today 2017 HS Lacrosse first team All-Americas
Piatelli emerged as one of the nation’s elite scholastic attackmen this season, helping St. Sebastian’s to a Super 25 appearance and earning Independent School League player of the year honors. He helped the Arrows to an 18-3 record, with only one loss in the ISL.


Matt Licciardi (Cold Spring Harbor), middie, is also first-team USA Today HS AA, also headed to Cornell.
USA Today
Licciardi was a sparkplug for the Seahawks this season as a dynamic midfielder who could win face-offs, initiate offense and create transition by way of smart defense on the backend. He helped fuel Cold Spring Harbor’s third New York State title with 24 goals and a Nassau County-best 65 assists
 

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