Lehigh Announces 16 Newcomers to Lacrosse Team for 2013

Steve Brodeur G Wallingford, Pa. Arts and Sciences
Brodeur impressed at Strath Haven High School, as a three-year starter and school record holder for career saves. He wrapped up his career in 2012 by earning First Team All-League, All-State, All-Delaware County and All-Philadelphia Inquirer. Brodeur was also one of three incoming Lehigh freshmen to earn a spot on the All-Phillylacrosse.com team. In 2011, Brodeur impressed as a First Team All-League and All-State performer while garnering First Team U.S. Lacrosse All-America laurels, First Team All-Phillylacrosse.com and Second Team All-Delaware County. The year prior, Brodeur was named Second Team All-Central League and honorable mention All-Delaware County. He was ranked as the #13 incoming goalie by Inside Lacrosse, and 13th by ESPNHS. A two-time Strath Haven defensive MVP, Brodeur was an honors student throughout high school.

Eddie DeDomenico M Rye, N.Y. Business
From The Brunswick School in Connecticut, DeDomenico was a four-year varsity lacrosse player and three-year starter at midfield. He was a senior captain, earning All Western New England All-Star distinction. DeDomenico was selected as one of three sophomores on the New York Hudson Valley Empire Team. Also a four-year varsity football player, DeDomenico was the only freshman to make the varsity team. He excelled in the classroom as a four-year Academic Honor Roll member. He showed tremendous leadership as well, as one of 15 senior boys selected to mentor freshmen. DeDomenico was also selected to Middle School Connections, a group that works with elementary school children.

Pat Dougherty M Kensington, Md. Navy Political Science
A transfer from Navy, Dougherty was a standout lacrosse, football and basketball player at St. Albans. He played four years of varsity lacrosse and three years of both football and basketball. Dougherty finished the 2010 lacrosse season as the leading scorer in the Washington D.C. area with 88 points. A senior captain and All-IAC team member, he led St. Albans to the 2007 IAC lacrosse championship. Dougherty garnered numerous other honors as well, including 2007 and 2009 Washington D.C. Under Armour Team laurels, 2010 Washington Post Honorable Mention All-Met, a spot on the Washington D.C. All-District Team and Washington D.C. Player of the Year. Dougherty starred for the football team as well, leading St. Albans to the 2007 and '09 IAC Football Championship while leading his squad with eight interceptions as a senior. Dougherty was also a four-year starter for the 2010 Baltimore Crabs.

Alex Eaton M Westford, Mass. Arts and Sciences
Eaton comes to Lehigh from Westford Academy in Massachusetts, where he spent a successful 2012 season. He was team captain and MVP, earning numerous individual honors, including Dual County League, Lowell Sun and Eastern Massachusetts Division I First Team All-Star. Also a Massachusetts Lacrosse All-American, Eaton owned a strong 3.6 GPA as an honors student, earning a spot on the Boston Globe All-Scholastic First Team. Prior to Westford Academy, Eaton spent 2009, 2010 and 2011 at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, starting at midfield. He helped lead the squad to the 2010 New Hampshire Division I Lacrosse Championship, going 19-2 while finishing top 20 in New England and top 50 in the nation. An Honorable Mention Lowell Sun All-Star as a freshman, Eaton garnered a spot on the New Hampshire Division I All-Star Team. He was also a 2010 First Team All-State performer, Second Team Lowell Sun All-Star and member of the Blue Chip Camp Elite Division All-Star. Eaton was an honors student at Bishop Guertin, posting an impressive 3.46 GPA. In addition, he was a star football player as a running back and linebacker, helping lead Bishop Guertin High School to back-to-back Division II State Championships in 2010 and '11. The 2010 team finished a perfect 13-0 and was recognized as one of the best teams in state history. Individually, Eaton was honored with New Hampshire State All-Star laurels. Then at Division I Westford Academy, he continued to play football, becoming the leading rusher in the area (1,863 yards) while finishing second in scoring (19 touchdowns). Eaton set the school record for touchdowns and yards in a single game (five touchdowns, 333 yards vs. Groton) while garnering numerous individual honors: Dual County League First Team All-Star, Lowell Sun First Team All-Star and ESPN Boston Player of the Week.

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2012-08-21



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