Junior attackman Mikey Wynne, who who transferred to St. Paul's from Glenelg over the summer after helping the Gladiators win a state championship in 2011, has orally committed to Cornell, according to Inside Lacrosse.
Wynne also has played for Breakers Lacrosse and is a member of the Rock Elite 2014 teams. He also played on the Maryland team at the Brine National Classic.
Wynne scored 84 points as a freshman and earned All-Howard County honors. Playing last spring alongside older brother Nick (a first-team All-Metro selection) Mikey Wynne had more than 93 points and again made first-team All-Howard as Glenelg finished as the state runner-up. Wynne, who has also played football, considered High Point, Loyola and Georgetown as well.
Other oral commitments
- Calvert Hall junior goalie Daniel Flock committed to Vermont. The 5-foot-9, 165-pound Flock plays club for Greene Turtle 2014 AA under coach John Busse. Flock also considered Salisbury, Washington College, Sacred Heart, Virginia Military Institute and Hofstra.
- Junior faceoff specialist-midfielder Jake Dunlop of Wootton High in Rockville committed to Bucknell. Dunlop plays club for Southern Maryland Select Lacrosse and Next Level Lacrosse. He participated in King of the Hill, Battle of the Hotbeds, Baltimore Summer Kickoff and the UPLax tournament in the summer. This fall he attended the National Recruiting Tournament and the UPLax tournament.
- Fallston senior midfielder Marc Badger committed to Richmond, which will begin play as a Division I program in 2014. A two-year starter at midfield and a captain his junior year, Badger helped lead his team to the Class 2A-1A state championship this past spring, earning first-team All-County and All-Conference honors each year. He also played club lacrosse for the Greene Turtle 2013 team. In addition to playing lacrosse, Badger is a three-year starter at running back for the varsity football team; he broke Fallston's all-time rushing and scoring record with 4,075 career yards rushing and 272 career points scored. A captain his senior year, he led the county with 1,708 yards rushing and 21 touchdowns, and was selected first-team All-Conference, first-team All-County, second-team All-Metro and second-team All-State.
- Senior attackman Mitchell Goldberg of Bullis School in Potomac committed to Richmond. Goldberg is a 6-3, 180-pound left-hander. He played for the Washington D.C. Under Armour Underclassman team last summer and is a member of the Performance club team.
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