Siena Announces Its Lacrosse Recruiting Class of 2016

"Tyler is an excellent goalie and a better young man," noted Svec. "He played a leadership role throughout his high school career and that is something we expect him to continue here at Siena."

Parlee is a 6'3" midfielder who joins the Saints following a postgraduate year playing at Bridgton Academy in Maine. A native of Essex, Mass., Parlee led Manchester Essex in scoring each of his final three seasons. Following his senior year he was named both a First Team All-Star and team MVP for the Hornets.

"Dylan has the ability to get to the goal and put the ball in the back of the net," said Svec. "He is a big body who is difficult to guard and is capable of sparking offense. I'm excited to see how he will be able to work into our system."

Pettit, a 5'9" attackman from Wilmington, Del., was named a US Lacrosse All-American following his senior season at Tower Hill School. This spring he tallied 65 points (44 goals, 21 assists) and picked up 28 groundballs while leading the Hillers to a 15-3 record and a berth in the state semifinals. Pettit, who finished his high school career with 122 goals and 47 assists, was named a First Team All-State and Northern Delaware selection as a senior. A two-time Adidas All-American, Pettit led Tower Hill to the 2010 state championship and was also a two-time First Team All-Conference selection in football as a running back.

"Michael brings a great deal of explosiveness and athleticism," commented Svec. "His ability and experience will certainly help us get deeper on the offensive end."

Rehm is a 5'9" defender from Penfield, N.Y. where he was named an Academic All-American after his senior year at Penfield High. An All-Section Five Second Team selection as a junior, he was a two-time Monroe County All-League pick. A member of the Brine All-American Lacrosse National Classic Championship team, he also played for the Brogden Cup Champions and Nike Upstate Rising Senior team.

"Justin is a tough competitor who has the ability to jump start offense from the defensive end," noted Svec. "He has very quick hands and gets the ball up off the ground and into the offensive end fast."

The octet joins a Siena Lacrosse program which is coming off an 11-5 season this spring in which the Saints won their fourth straight MAAC Regular Season Championship and advanced to the conference title game.

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