Bronxville’s Chris Walsh is a dodging
lefty attackman with strong stick skills.
Wesleyan has landed another commitment from one of the top rising senior attackmen in Section 1. Bronxville lefty Chris Walsh has committed to join the program, which is one of the tops in Division III.
Chris had a great year for us this year, finishing with 28 goals and 21 assists, including the game winning goal in overtime against Fox Lane, Broncos coach Tim Horgan said. Chris has been on the varsity since his freshman year, and has taken on more of a leadership role on the field each year, and will be one of three captains for the team this spring.
Yorktowns Remy Lieberman committed to Wesleyan last month. Two other former ‘Huskers sophomore midfielder John Froats and freshman defenseman Brett Cabriele also play for Wesleyan.
Here’s a Q&A with Chris on his decision.
I am a lefty attackman with good stick skills and pretty good dodging abilities that help me usually draw a slide to create an opportunity for my team. I usually look for the open man instead of going to the cage.
I think I might have played against him in some summer events, but other than that, not really. But yeah, it will be cool to be with other kids from Section 1. I also am planning on going up some time this fall to spend a weekend at Wesleyan to get to know the team.
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