VMI Announces Twenty New Lacrosse Recruits for 2012-2013

Dylan Davis (Orlando, Fla./Trinity Prep School) A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse as a face-off-taking midfielder, Davis was a two-year offensive MVP. He finished his career as the team's all-time leading goal scorer, all-time leading point scorer, all-time groundball getter while hold single-season records in all three categories. He is also the record holder for single-game goals and single-game points. Davis won the most face-offs ever at his school, while also graduating with the highest face-off percentage. He was a four-year captain of Jokers Lacrosse Club, while also playing for the Team Florida Lax Club, Altanta Rage Lax Club and the Swashbucklers Lax Club. He was twice named All-Central Florida and Sentinel Player while earning adidas All-American honors on two occasions.

Alex Guyette (Eden Prairie, Minn./Academy of Holy Angels) A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse for Eric Overman, Guyette finished his career with 42 assists and 32 goals, racking up 74 points during his high school days. He was also named the MVP for his high school team in 2012. Guyette played for the Minn-Elitle and Jaxx-Frost teams.

Tyler Hall (Hastings, N.Y./Paul V. Moore) Coming to VMI as a goalie, Hall was a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse while also earning one letter in volleyball. During his time between the pipes, Hall stopped 246 opponent shots at a 63.7 percent clip. He finished with the most saves in school history, ninth in groundballs and the second-highest save percentage while also stopping the most shots in a single season. He was a member of the CNY Roadhawks. With his high school squad, Hall led the team to the Section III playoffs in 2012.

Zach Heard (Boca Raton, Fla./Saint Andrews School) A three-year lacrosse letterwinner and one year on the football team, Heard will come to Lexington as a defenseman. He was named to Team Flordia and South Florida Select. His brother, Samuel, was a four-year starter at LSM and down low defense at the United States Merchant Marine Academy.

Alex Hentorn (Waldwick, N.J./Don Bosco Prep) Playing at one of the top prep schools in the country, Hentorn was a two-year letterwinner at attack for Mike Spring at Don Bosco Prep. He was also a midfielder on the soccer team and earned one letter on the football team. He earned Tristate honors in lacrosse as well.

Jay Hill (Williamsburg, Va./Lafayette High School) Hill, a four-year letterman for Mark Hofmeister, played attack in high school. In addition to playing at Lafayette High School, he was also a member of Team Toyota, as well as the Ironclads. His club team won the state title and was voted the No. 1 club team in Virginia by Lax Power four consecutive times. Off the field, he served as the class president. His father played lacrosse at the University of North Carolina, helping lead the Tar Heels to a national championship in 1981.

Pat Hine (Dunkirk, Md./DeMatha Catholic High School) Coming out of a high school known for its athletic talent, Hine was a team captain his senior season, while earning defensive MVP plaudits. He led the team with 74 groundballs and was named WCAC Honor Mention All-Conference, helping the squad to a WCAC runner-up finish. In the classroom, he was a member of the Nation Honor Society, the Student Government Association and the Science Scholars Club. He never missed the honor roll.

Ben Huger (Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons) Playing for Mike Curatolo, Huger was a three-year letterwinner at attack. He earned honorable mention All-East and All-Conference honors. He capped his career with 54 goals and 53 assists for 107 points. Huger was a member of the Triangle Select Lacrosse team. In 2011-12, he was a captain for both his football and lacrosse teams and was voted to the North Carolina Great 38 game.

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2012-09-07



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