Robert Morris Welcomes 19 Lacrosse Newcomers to Campus

A Derek Sweet (Apex, N.C./Apex) was the game-winning goal scorer for Apex High in the 2013 North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) championship, finding the back of the net with just one second remaining. That capped off a successful season for Sweet, as the four-time letter-winner was named to the All-Conference, All-Region, All-State, and U.S. Lacrosse All-American teams. He leaves the Cougars as the school's career points leader (291) after tallying 120 during his senior campaign (45 goals, 75 assists). Sweet also competed for the Tar Heel Lacrosse Club.

M Antoine Tremblay (Calgary, Alberta/Central Memorial) competed for the Calgary Junior A Mountaineers, which won the Alberta Championship in 2012. He tallied 19 points (6 goals, 13 assists) in that championship season, and then compiled 19 more (9 goals, 10 assists) in the 2013 campaign. Tremblay helped lead the Mountaineers to a 12-4 record last season.

A Eric Wales (Burlington, Ontario/Mercyhurst University) comes in from Mercyhurst University, where he appeared in four games as a freshman in 2012. He played at Notre Dame Catholic Secondary in high school, and helped lead the Fighting Irish to two OFSSA bronze medals in 2010 and 2011.Wales also competed for the Burlington Chiefs.

The RMU men's lacrosse team finished the 2013 season at 8-7, marking the fifth-straight season the Colonials have ended the year with a winning record. RMU returns five All-NEC honorees, including the NEC Defensive Player of the Year, Sean Meagher (Chesterfield, Mo./St. Louis University), and All-NEC First Team selection Eric Rankel (Philadelphia, Pa./Downingtown West). Meagher broke a single-season school record with 28 caused turnovers, which helped the Colonials lead the nation in that department. Rankel became the first Colonial freshman to earn a first or second team all-league award as he tallied 33 points (21 goals, 12 assists) in his first season donning the RMU colors.

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