Alex Mapstone Continues Tradition at Hobart

- John EckerAlex Mapstone will continue the family tradition and follow his father `91, and uncles `89 & `93 to Geneva.

A two year varsity player at midfield for HF-L, Alex has scored 59 points on 42 goals and 17 assists as he enters his junior year. Last year he had 32g-12a and added 72 ground balls for the Cougars.

Alex played in the summer and fall for the SweetLax Platinum Club team. He has been offered and is considering, a post-graduate year at the Salisbury School, in Salisbury CT to play for Bobby Wynne (`94-Hobart).

Playing summer lacrosse since middle school, last summer Alex saw another busy season as he played in the Maverick Showtime, Adrenaline Black Card, BIG 4, Crab Feast, Adrenaline Platinum Cup and SweetLax Invitational tournaments. In the fall he played in the Quaker Fest and Big 4 tournaments.

Hobart has seen lots of Mapstones play lacrosse. Alex`s father, Craig (LaFayette/Avon Old Farms) played midfield and was a three time National Champion for Hobart while his uncle David (Pittsford) played defense and won three National Championships for the Statesmen as well. Alex`s mother Pam, was an All-American at Gettysburg and was inducted into both the Gettysburg & US Lacrosse Rochester Chapter Hall of Fame.

Alex considered Colgate, Bucknell, Villanova and Army before choosing Hobart where he plans to study business.

 



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