Monmouth Announces First Lacrosse Recruiting Class for 2014

Fisher said, “Corey is a versatile athlete who can excel at either the attack or midfield position. He has good size, great hands and a knack for making plays. It is going to be interesting to see where Corey is at his best because he works very hard off the ball finding seams to get open but is equally good with the ball in his stick.”

Daly is in his fourth varsity season of lacrosse at Lower Merion High School, where in his first three seasons, he has recorded 81 goals and 51 assists. The team MVP as a junior, when he posted 37 goals, 24 assists and 48 groundballs, Daly is a two-time Second Team All-Main Line selection and an honorable mention All-Central League performer. As a sophomore, Daly added 32 goals, 17 assists and 32 groundballs for the Aces.

"Chris is an athletic attackman who has played both at the attack end as well as some midfield for his high school team," added Fisher. "Overall, he is a very balanced player with a good lacrosse IQ. He knows how to get to the goal, uses his body well and dodges with his head up."

A three-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Archbishop Spalding High School, Kalas was also a running back on the football team. An MVP Lacrosse Tournament All-Star and 3D/FLG Lacrosse Tournament All-Start, Kalas notched 12 goals and eight assists in 2012.

Fisher stated, “Nick comes from a good program and plays in one of the best lacrosse conferences in the country. He is an extremely competitive player who has a motor and plays like he has something to prove each time he is on the field. Nick also has a good IQ along with a knack for finding seams, catching and putting the ball in the back of the net.”

Kemner, who has helped lead Kingsway Regional to a pair of Gloucester County Championships, is entering his fourth varsity season with the Dragons. As a sophomore, Kemner was named second team all-conference after posting 35 goals, 15 assists and 23 groundballs. During his junior year, Kingsway registered a program record 15 victories, en route to its second county title in three years, while Kemner tallied 39 goals, 33 assists and 33 groundballs. The 2012 Team MVP, Kemner was also named first team all-conference and a South Jersey Media All-Star, while being added to the South Jersey Media Boys Team of the Year.

"Tim is a very good lefty finisher but what stands out the most when you watch Tim play is how hard he works in the ride. He is athletic and has the ability to play either midfield or attack. He knows how to setup his dodge to play to his own strengths and is also very good out of ball movement," noted Fisher.

A three-year varsity lacrosse letterwinner to-date at Westview High School in San Diego, California, Summers also played two seasons of football for the Wolverines. In three seasons at Westview, Summers has registered 106 goals, 107 assists and 213 points, including 46 goals and 50 assists as a junior in 2012. In 2012, Summers was named the Team Offensive MVP, as well as All-San Diego County, first team all-league, North County Times First Team and was a California Gold invitee. Behind his school single season records for points and assists in 2012, Summers was also a US Lacrosse San Diego High School All-Star Game selection.

“Chris is a good-sized attackman who is as skilled as they come," said Fisher. "He is equally effective with either hand, has great sense for the game and is a terrific feeder. His ability to anticipate plays and put the ball in the right spot will make others players around him dangerous. Chris flat out makes plays in a variety of ways with his IQ, skill and vision.”

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