Compiled from Inside Lacrosse
5:37 PM EST, January 29, 2013
Two lacrosse players have joined the ever-growing list of high school sophomores with college commitments.
McDonogh sophomore attackman Robert Clark has orally committed to play men's lacrosse at Georgetown, while attackman Brendan Sunday of Arlington High in LaGrangeville, N.Y., chose Towson.
A freshman starter for the Eagles who also plays football, Clark is a 6-foot, 175-pound recruit plays club with Rock Elite. This past summer and fall, Clarked attended Rider MVP, Baltimore Summer Kickoff, Summer Sizzle, Tri-State and Brine Shootout, earning All-Star appearances at Philly Showcase and Loyola Shootout. Clarke also considered Cornell, Duke, Loyola and Maryland.
A 6-foot-4, 180-pound recruit, Sunday started last spring and accounted for 16 goals and 13 assists. A member of Premier Lacrosse, he attended Syracuse Shootout, Maverik Big Time Shootout, Yale Team Camp, National 175 and Fab Frosh Showcase, where he was an All-Star. Sunday also considered Binghamton and Stony Brook.
Other Md. oral commitment
Georgetown Prep midfielder Kyle Strang has committed to Drexel. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound recruit plays club for Club Blue, attending Top 205, Brine Shootout and UPLax. He also plays varsity basketball for the Little Hoyas.
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