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When no one is watching!

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This is an interesting article.  As an athlete you should always conduct yourself with extreme integrity.  As you have heard me say before “Integrity is what you do when no one is watching.

Pass this on and be humble and a great teammate.

https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/views/2017/06/05/open-letter-coach-high-school-athletes-seeking-be-recruited?fbclid=IwAR1Wezt3IdDbRlp3gcu5HitcrjH3R1QRMXc0C5fcfX6vD1b5EpRSey2Kol0

 

Atlanta Coyote, Logan Sandal commits to Kennesaw State Univeristy

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I am pleased to announce that Logan Sandal has committed to Kennesaw State University.    Logan a Midfielder and Faceoff specialist played four years for the McIntosh High School Lacrosse program.  Logan was a standout player for our Coyote program over the last several years.  Logan is one of the most dedicated and hardworking players I have had the pleasure to coach.  He is a coaches dream as he works on his game without your asking him.  During our Coyote summers Logan kept us in every game winning a majority of his faceoffs as well as scoring many goals as a Coyote player.  He was hindered a few times with injuries so we moved him to attack where he excelled. and helped the team.  Logan plays with a tireless determination and only wants to win.  The Owls will be getting a tremendous physical player and I  can’t wait to see him play at the next level.

Logan will be studying Finance at Kennesaw State.

I will miss Logan a great deal but I am excited that he will be coaching with our Coyote program next summer.

Dunwoody High School, Sean Fox Commits to Connecticut College

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Dunwoody High School & Atlanta Coyote, Sean Fox Commits to Connecticut College:

I am pleased to announce that Sean Fox has committed to Connecticut College.  Sean has been a standout player for Dunwoody High School since his freshman season and has been the leading scorer each year.  Sean pocessess great speed and quickness and an uncanny ability to ride the ball and force turnovers.  He is clearly one of the smartest players I have coached and has a tenuous attidute and a will to win.  I truly believe Sean will continue to improve throughout his college career and will be a valuable asset to the Connecticut College program.  Sean has been with our Coyote program since he was eleven and he was always one of the most talented players on every team.  Sean was part of Team Atlanta as well as making many All-Star Teams while he played for our College Exposure Team.  Sean has been a STAR (Students That Accept Responsiblity) volunteer for many years and has helped officiate and coach the young players at Atlanta Youth Lacrosse.  I would say Seans greatest attribute is his ability to help others and putting the team before him.

I am thrilled that Sean will continue playing lacrosse at the NCAA level where he will excel as a student athlete.

Coach Lou Corsetti