Monmouth Announces First Lacrosse Recruiting Class for 2014

A three-sport letterwinner at South Side High School, Rainis was named team captain of the lacrosse team, which advanced in the league playoffs each of his years on the Cyclones' squad. Rainis also competed as a long distance runner for the cross country team and played football as a wide receiver.

Fisher said, "Hunter is a very athletic midfielder with size who has a great feel for the game. He has good dodging ability and with his size, skill and lacrosse IQ will be a dangerous midfielder. A captain for his team this spring at South Side, they have made the postseason each year that he has been on the team."

Reilly, who has 10 goals and five assists already during his senior campaign at Archbishop Spalding, played in the FLG Tournament All-Star Game last year.

"Colin plays at Spalding along with Nick Kalas, another Monmouth commit. Colin excels between the lines as a defensive midfielder with the Cavaliers but is also very capable on the offensive side of the ball playing on his high school team's extra man unit." stated Fisher.

A three-year varsity letterwinner in lacrosse at Emmaus High School, Schleicher transferred to Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, for his senior year. In his three seasons at Emmaus, he totaled 82 goals, 37 assists and 121 points, and had a combined record of 42-18. Emmaus, which has won three straight LVC Championships, finished as district runner-ups in 2011 and 2012. A member of the Dukes Lacrosse Club, Schleicher was a 2011 Brine National All-American, Nike Blue Chip, and a 2010 and 2011 Philly Showcase All-Star Fab 40 Team selection. An ESPN Rise sophomore and junior watchlist selection, Schleicher competed in the Big 4 Invitational All-Star Game, and was part of the 2010 Crabfeast Championship team.

Fisher noted, “When you watch Zach play it becomes obvious that he has a passion for the game of lacrosse. He plays hard, fast and makes plays in a variety of ways while letting the game come to him. He is athletic, with good skills and has great vision with the ball in his stick."

A four-year varsity letterwinner at Seneca High School, Dylan Schulte enrolls at Monmouth after one prep school year at Bridgton Academy in Maine. While at Seneca, Schulte helped lead the Golden Eagles to a state semifinal appearance in 2012. In four seasons at Seneca, the midfielder compiled 162 goals, 103 assists and 212 ground balls, and was named team captain, team MVP, first team all-conference, first team all-county and First Team All-South Jersey. Also a member of the football team, Schulte holds the school record for receptions in a season, as well as reception yardage in a season, and was named first team all-conference.

“Dylan did a post-grad year at Bridgton which has helped him elevate his game even further," stated Fisher. "He played with the Braveheart lacrosse club and is a big, strong, athletic midfielder who has a physical presence while on the field. His ability to get to the goal along with his vision will make him a dual threat. We are looking forward to his maturity and poise on the field along with his athleticism and the attitude in which he plays."

Willis, a four-year varsity letterwinner at Cherry Creek in Greenwood Village, Colorado, has been a Denver Elite Select all four years and has made a pair of Denver Shootout All-Star appearances. A Rising Sophomore and Junior Top 200 Blue Chip player, Willis helped lead the Bruins to a 2010 state championship and to the 2012 state finals. In his first three seasons, CC has posted a combined record of 46-10.

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