Clemson Names Three as Lacrosse Captains for 2014

Clemson, SC: In an election held at the conclusion of fall ball, three seniors have been elected by their teammates and coaches to lead the 2014 edition of Clemson Men's Lacrosse. Harry Luttrell (Greer, SC), Demetrius Murray (Wilmington, DE), and Kyle Stinchcomb (New Providence, NJ) will serve as team co-captains.

Harry Luttrell has been a starter for the Tigers on defense for the past 2+ seasons after coming to Clemson from nearby Riverside High School (Greenville, SC). Harry has collected 69 ground balls and has 1 goal and 2 assists to his credit in his college career to date. Harry is a pre-med major who will continue his studies at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston next fall. Harry is the son of George and Kathy Luttrell, Greer, SC.

Kyle Stinchcomb has played closed defense and long stick midfield for Clemson before transitioning to short stick middie this fall. Kyle has served the team as Treasurer and Vice-President before being elected to a captaincy this season. Kyle is credited with 23 ground balls. Kyle is a finance major and will be working as a lending analyst in Atlanta, GA, after graduation in May. Kyle is the son of Keith and Betty Ann Stinchcomb, New Providence, NJ.

A former All State goalie at Tower Hill High School in Delaware, Demetrius Murray has posted a career save percentage of .662% during his time to date at Clemson, tallying 198 saves while allowing 101 goals. He ranked 4th in the SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) in both 2012 and 2013 while achieving national rankings of 9th (2012) and 14th (2013) in the MCLA. Demetrius has collected 43 ground balls and has contributed on the offensive end of the field with 3 assists. Demetrius is majoring in Chinese and International Trade at Clemson and is the son of Contessa Murray of Wilmington, DE.

"We're pleased to have these gentlemen leading the team on the field this coming season," said Clemson coach Buff Grubb. "They each bring something different to the table but their talents and strengths complement one another very well. All 3 have been significant contributors to the program since they arrived on campus and this recognition by their peers attests to the respect they have earned."

Clemson launches its defense of its SELC NorthEast Championship at home on February 2, 2013 against divisional rival Wake Forest University.

2014-02-04



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