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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

 

Bennett Nesbitt commits to Division II Limestone College

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Atlanta Coyote and George Walton High School Midfielder Bennett Nesbitt has committed to play lacrosse at Limestone College in Gaffney, South Carolina.  Limestone College is a perienall power in the Division II college landscape having won National Championships in 2000, 2002 and 2014.

Limestone, Head Coach JB Clarke will be getting a very good versital midfielder in Bennett.    “Bennett is one of the fastest players I have coached and his raw athleticsim is un-matched.  He is what every coach is looking for.  A midfielder that can play defense and run by his defender to draw a slide.  Bennett always improved each and every game and I look forward to seeing what he will do at the next level.  He is hard nosed gifted athlete and the ultimate team player and one of the nicest young men I have been around”.  According to his club lacrosse coach Lou Corsetti.

 

 

Thomas Welsh commits to the College of Idaho

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Thomas Welsh aka Welshie an attackman from Meridian High School in Boise, Idaho has commited to play at the College of Idaho.  Coach Matt Gier will be getting a very solid attackman who can finish and has a tremendous nose for the ball.  Thomas played for our Coyote program in 2017 and worked for our youth program during the summer.   A very coachable player who I enjoyed being around.  He is a student of the game and US Lacrosse Level 3 coach and a great young man.  I am extremely proud of Thomas and it was a pleasure having the opportunity to coach him for a summer before he returned home to Boise.

Also very cool that a Coyote is going to play as Coyote for his College career.

Good Luck Thomas…Coach Lou

 

 

Christian Scott Committs to Berry College

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Milton High School and Atlanta Coyote defensemen Christian Scott has committed to Berry College.   Christian moved to Atlanta two years ago from Ohio and came out for the Coyotes.  He did a remarkable job for us this summer and showed great skill with good clearing ability.  Berry College Head Coach,  Chris Gilbert will be getting a very harwdorking young man who will help their program.  Christian made the Battle of the Hotbeds All-Star team at the University of Delaware.  He is a good size for a defensemen and as has he continues to fill out I believe he will be a standout defensemen for Berry.  He possesses good take away checks and as a lefty he caused a lot of turnovers for our team this summer.  I look forward to watching Christian excel at the NCAA level especially for a great program like Berry College.

Anthony Tiberia committs to The University of Mary Washington

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Atlanta Coyote and St. Pius X Defensemen, Anthony Tiberia has committed to The University of Mary Washington.  Anthony has been with the Atlanta Coyotes for the last eight years and has been with our Atlanta Youth Lacrosse and STAR volunteer since he was in 4th grade.  Anthony has been one of the top defenders for the Coyote program over the years and always guards the best attackmen that we play.  He is the type of defender that every attackmen fears because he rarely gets beat.  He is smart and has great feet.  Anthony has played in some of the toughest events in the country and he always excels with his stellar play.

We will miss Anthony a great deal as he was one of the best players I have coached but more importantly a great student and teammate.  He never gets upset and always puts the team first.  I know Anthony will have a great career for the Eagles and Head Coach Delaney is getting a really special player.

Coach Corsetti, Coaching Director and Head Coach of the Atlanta Coyotes

 

Braxten Lutomski – Committs to Ohio Northern Lacrosse

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Atlanta Coyote and North Paulding High School attack/midfielder Braxten Lutomski has committed to play at Ohio Northern University.

Braxten played for the Coyotes for  two seasons and did an outstanding job during that time.  He was one of our go to guys and got better at each and every event we played in.  He played hurt and always came through for us in the clutch.  Coach Nat St. Laurent of ONU is getting a real good player who has not reached his full potential.  I am thrilled that Braxten will be playing at the NCAA level and I know he will excel.  Although Braxten only played for the Coyotes for two seasons he fit in with all of our other players and he was a joy to coach.  He was really good a playing anywhere the team needed him (attack and midfield) and he had some really big games for us at several of our showcase tournaments.   One of his attributes is is keen sense of humor and his ability to get things done.

One of my favorite players to coach over the last two years and I can’t wait to see what he does in college…Lou Corsetti, Coaching Director and College Exposure Team.

 

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.