Hey, lacrosse fans, I’m Jake Schwarzmann and I’m a senior at Mount Saint Joseph High School. I am a lacrosse player and currently getting admissions and recruitment letters from colleges. My hope has always been to play lacrosse in college, and while talking to different coaches, I noticed that none of the programs are exactly the same. So I decided to talk to different coaches of different programs to see what makes their school special and sets them apart from the competition.
For my first segment, I was able to sit down and interview Assistant Coach Sean Kulczyk from Washington and Jefferson University. Washington and Jefferson is an NCAA Division III school for lacrosse and has a very young coaching staff. They are graduating two seniors this year and have high hopes for the season ahead of them. Their first game is on February 16, 2019, against Kenyon College at 1:00.
When asked what sets them apart from the other teams in their division. Coach Sean had to say that the academics are what really set them apart with 96% of the students able to get jobs within the first 6 months after graduation. Take a listen to my interview with Assistant Coach Sean Kulczyk.
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