Just two years after winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship and advancing to the NCAA tournament, and just a year after playing Johns Hopkins to an overtime game at Homewood Field, the Siena Saints continue to show they’re a program on the rise.
Siena head coach Brian Brecht, a former varsity assistant at Yorktown, has done it by landing commitments from four highly regarded Hudson Valley seniors.
Among them is a returning all-American Conor Prunty of Lakeland/Panas. Above, Prunty signs his National Letter of Intent today surrounded by family and L/P head coach Jim Lindsay (far left).
“It feels great to finally make it officiaal,” Prunty told me. “It’s been a pleasure being recruited by Coach Brecht and the Siena lacrosse family and I’m very excited to start playing up there.”
National Letter of Intent Signing Week started Wednesday, Nov. 10 and runs through Wednesday, Nov. 17.
Siena’s Hudson Valley Class of 2011 recruits
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Kevin Christopher, Putnam Valley, midfield
Kieran Donohue, Somers, attack
Conor Prunty, Lakeland/Panas, midfield
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Posted In: November 2010 Signing Week, Recruiting Rundown
yo conor best of luck kid. Before you go give us 1more murphy cup.
fazlax – and let’s not forget another Section I title!
Siena is definately a team on the rise and one that can win one OR MORE NCAA tournaments games in the years to come. Brecht has done a great job getting recruits much bigger programs were after like Prunty…