Seminoles Add Four High School Lacrosse All-Americans

Following a conference championship and a trip to the national quarterfinals in 2009, the Florida State Seminoles will be looking to their incoming class of lacrosse players to ensure more success in 2010. Among those starting their careers in Tallahassee this fall will be four high school All Americans.

All American Luke Donovan from The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida will look to help the Seminole attack. Joining Donovan on attack will be fellow freshman Garret German. German earned All America honors following his senior season at Plant High School in Tampa, Florida.

The Seminole midfield will be boosted by the addition of Justin Mills. Mills, a graduate of Gulliver Prep in Miami, Florida, will become the second Gulliver Prep player on the Seminole roster alongside junior midfielder Stewart Lundeen.

Tyler Selman (Goalie) from Benjamin High School in Jupiter, Florida will also be starting at Florida State this fall. Selman will help the Seminoles replace graduated goalie Stephen Heiman.

"We are very excited about drawing such a prestigious group of high school All Americans," said Seminole head coach Bill Harkins, "It is a tribute to Florida State as a school, and how far our lacrosse program has come.


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