Hartford Welcomes 14 Newcomers for 2013 Lacrosse Season

Dalton Lundy Brooklin, Ontario The Trinity Pawling School Defense
Lundy rounds out the Canadian recruits for the class of 2016 as he hails from Brooklin, Ontario. A 6-0, 220 pound close defender, he arrives at Hartford by way of The Trinity Pawling School and Donald A. Wilson Secondary School. During his two-year tenure at Trinity Pawling, Lundy was tabbed both the player of the year and the defensive player of the year in 2011. Prior to attending Trinity Pawling, he spent two years at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School in Whitby, Ontario. Lundy is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Greg Reynolds Scituate, Mass. Southern New Hampshire University Attack
Reynolds, a 6-0, 210 pound attacker, also brings experience at the collegiate level to Hartford after playing two seasons of lacrosse at Southern New Hampshire University. In both stints, he led the Penmen in scoring, tallying 45 points in 2010 and 38 points in 2011. During his first season, he also led the Penmen in goals (28) and assists (17), and was selected to the Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team. The following year, he dished out a team-best 20 assists and finished second on the team in goals with 18. A 2009 graduate of Scituate High School, Reynolds captained the team during his senior year and graduated as the program's all-time leader in points, recording 210 goals and 101 assists. In addition, he also set the single-season record in goals scored (91) as well as the single-season record in points (134). His 91 goals that year led the entire state of Massachusetts while in 2008 he ranked on top of the state in points with 134. In his last two seasons at Scituate, Reynolds earned Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors and was tabbed an Eastern Massachusetts all-star at the conclusion of each of those years. Reynolds is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Kevin Sanna Pittsford, N.Y. Pittsford Sutherland High School Defense
During his career at Pittsford Sutherland High School, Sanna, a 6-1, 205 pound defender, racked up a long list of accolades including D&C All-Greater Rochester Super 16, Second Team All-Section, Section 5 (Class A) All-Tournament Team as well as First Team All-League. As a junior in 2011, Sanna helped lead his team to the sectional championship game as well as the semifinal round of the state championship. Sanna earned the first-ever Bob Scott Award for Section 5, an award that recognizes a player in each area who goes above and beyond in service to his team, school and community while exemplifying the fundamentals of the game of lacrosse and is a leader amongst his teammates both on and off the field. Sanna is enrolled in the Barney School of Business.

Jake Vogl Rochester, N.Y. The Aquinas Institute Midfield
Vogl is a 5-8, 180 pound midfielder from Rochester, N.Y., where he was a three-year varsity lacrosse player at the Aquinas Institute. As a senior captain, he racked up multiple accolades after finishing the 2012 campaign as the team's leader in both assists and ground balls. Those honors included D&C All-Greater Rochester Honorable Mention as well as First Team All-League. In addition, he also garnered the team's Ironman Award and was selected to play in the Rochester US Lacrosse Senior All-Star game. During his junior season in 2011, Vogl earned a spot on the All-League Honorable Mention Team and helped his squad to the New York State semifinals that year following a Section V Class C title in 2010. Vogl, who finished his career with 54 goals, 48 assists and 174 ground balls, also played four years of hockey and two seasons of football at Aquinas Institute. Vogl is enrolled in the Barney School of Business.

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2012-10-05



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