Defending Section 1 Class B champion Yorktown saw its 12th senior — and 16th player overall — commit to a collegiate program earlier today as defenseman Andrew Rohle decided on Saint Leo in Florida.

“The fact that it is a great school for my intended major, Criminal Justice, was definitely a huge factor,” Rohle said. “Also playing lacrosse in beautiful weather down in Florida couldn’t get any better.”

Rohle also considered the College of Saint Rose and SUNY Oneonta.

“Those were close seconds, but when it came down to it, I chose Saint Leo,” Rohle said.

The 6-foot, 185-pound Rohle has good stick skills and a strong knowledge of the game.

“One of my strengths is definitely my stick skills,” Rohle said. “I have taken pride in that. Also another strength is being a smart defender and really knowing the defensive schemes of the game.

“One thing I can  always improve on is quickness. Footwork is a huge component of defense and takes a lot of work.”

For more info on Andrew, check out his player profile by clicking here.

Yorktown’s college committed players

Class of 2012

Eric Cooley
College, position: Rutgers, defense

Frankie Fusco
College, position: Drexel, attack/midfield

Conor Gately
College, position: Marquette, attack

Fzim Lazqi
College, position: Mercy, midfield

Gzim Lazqi
College, position: Mercy, defense/longstick midfield

Michael Marone
College, position: Western New England, attack

Vin Mcliverty
College, position: Springfield, midfield

Hunter Palancia
College, position: Keene State, faceoff midfield

Joey Raniolo
College, position: Springfield, midfield

Andrew Rohle
College, position: St. Leo’s, defense

Joey Sialiano
College, position: Keene State, midfield

Brian Quigley
College, position: Cortland State, midfield

Class of 2013

Trevor Koelsch
College, position: Hopkins, defense

Danny Manning
College, position: St. Joseph’s, midfield

Nick Mariano
College, position: UMass, attack

Class of 2014

Austin Fusco
College, position: Syracuse, longstick midfield, defense

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2 Responses to “Saint Leo-bound Rohle gives Yorktown 16 college committed players”

  1. rlaxfamily says:

    Best of luck to Andrew!

  2. Townie says:

    Have a great season Andrew!

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