Newark Seniors Continue in College

- A number of Newark seniors are planning to continue playing lacrosse while they add to their education.

Defenseman Evan Corteville will go to Ohio Northern where he will help to establish a new NCAA division III program. The Polar Bears will play their first game in the spring of 2016 under Head Coach Nat St. Laurent. One of the assistant coaches will be Scott Miller, a Section Five alumnus from Penn Yan who as a defenseman in 2010 was named to the Class C All Tournament team.

Evan was a first team All Finger Lakes player as a junior and as a senior. Not afraid to move down field, he scored 2g-3a this year and 2a last year.

Senior attackman Teddy Collins will continue his career at Herkimer. Scoring points in every game this year, he ended the season with 45g-12a and his career with 78g-26a. He was the leading scorer for the Reds this year and led the team in points as well. Herkimer has one of the best junior college records in the country with nine National Championships and twenty-seven conference titles.

Andrew Garrett has been a four year player with the Reds at midfield. A true "complete middie", he played at both ends of the field and was a member of the man up and man down units. Voted a Captain this year, he recorded 22g-10a toward his career totals of 35g-34a. He was named to the Class C All Tournament team in his senior year. He will continue both lacrosse and his academic career at SUNY Canton next fall.

Dylan Yatteau is headed off to Alfred State next fall. The midfielder and attackman finished his three years at Newark with 30g-18a. A highlight was his 2g-1a in the Newark 11-9 win against Midlakes this spring.

Midfielder Grant Howard will be moving on to Walsh University (Ohio) after signing a National Letter of Intent in the spring He finished the season with 16g-25a and led the team in assists.

Defenseman Tyler Michaels will also be playing in college as he goes to SUNY Polytechnic Institute, an NCAA division III team playing in the NEAC.

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