Men's Lacrosse

Merrimack Men’s Lacrosse Commits Three More

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The Merrimack men’s lacrosse program has picked up x commitments over the last few weeks, as the team adds more and more pieces to future rosters coming off an appearance in the national championship game last May.

The Warriors received a verbal commitment from 2018 midfielder Brennan McInnis, who currently plays at Bishop Guertin in New Hampshire. McInnis also plays for the New Hampshire Tomahawks.

At the same time, the Warriors also received a commitment from McInnis’ teammate, Drew Hailey. He was named a New Hampshire Division 1 2nd team All-State player last season as well as being named 2016 Eagle Tribune All-Star Honorable Mention.

“One visit to the Merrimack campus was all it took for me to know this was the place I wanted to be for four years while earning my degree,” Hailey said on toplaxrecruits.com. “The lacrosse program has a winning tradition and the possibility of playing for a national championship is very exciting. Merrimack is currently building a brand new business building which will be completed by my freshman year and they are also constructing a brand new, state of the art stadium that will be ready by the time I move in.”

According to that story, Hailey was also being courted by UMass, Sacred Heart, Hartford and Vermont.

Lastly, the Warriors received a commitment from 2018 attackman Robbie Hermansen from Christian Brothers Academy in New Jersey. According to highschoolsports.nj.com, Hermansen totaled 32 goals last season.

About Mike McMahon

Mike McMahon is in his 13th year covering Merrimack College for The Eagle Tribune and is the founder and managing editor of The Mack Report. Mike also serves on staff as a senior writer at College Hockey News. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMcMahonCHN

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