Dominican U. (CA) Lacrosse Adds 12 Recruits for 2013-2014

"One of the many great things about our sport is that you don't have to be the biggest guy on the field as long as you're quick, fast and tough," said Webster. "Dalton competes and battles for groundballs, he doesn't back down one bit, and he's very dangerous at the offensive end. He will also help our faceoff game."

Scott Vancil, Midfield
Fallbrook, Calif./Fallbrook HS

A four-year varsity starter for the Warriors, Vancil was captain his junior and senior seasons. His senior season, Vancil set school records with 32 goals and 30 assists en route to being named Second Team All-North County Conference and All-CIF San Diego County honorable mention. Vancil also excelled in the classroom and was named to the San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Team as a senior.

"Scott has ankle-breaking quickness and once he draws a slide he knows what to do with the ball. He can fire it on the run if the slide is late or find the open man," said Webster. "Scott has a tremendous thirst for lacrosse, he works hard on his game, and he's a great locker room guy and teammate."

Brian Ward, Defense
Thousand Oaks, Calif./Thousand Oaks HS

Captain of the Lancers, Ward earned First Team All-Marmonte League honors. Ward was multi-sport athlete, having also competed on the Thousand Oaks varsity wrestling team, where he earned Second Team All-Marmonte League honors.

"Brian is a big, strong, tough, position-first defender who talks very well and subscribes to the team defense," said Webster. "He's not flashy, he simply gets the job done."

Cam Wilkerson, Attack
Glencoe, Ore./ Glencoe HS

Captain his senior season, Wilkerson recorded 190 career points and led the Crimson Tied to the Pacific Conference Championship three consecutive seasons from 2011 to 2013. In his junior and senior seasons, Wilkerson was named First Team All-Pacific Conference. He earned All-State honorable mention as a junior and was named First Team All-State as a senior.

"Cam is quick and fast with an outstanding stick and a high lacrosse IQ. Cam is going to fit in easily to our style of play," said Webster. "As a coach who comes from a family of feeders, I empathize with Cam's approach to the game: he sees the field very well, he shares the ball, and his left hand will be a welcome addition to our offense."

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2013-08-10



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