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MEN'S LACROSSE PROGRAM SIGNS SIX STUDENT-ATHLETES TO NATIONAL LETTERS OF INTENT
UMBC Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Don Zimmerman has announced that six prospective student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to attend the university in the fall of 2005.
Five of the six future Retrievers hail from the state of
Atwell is a 6’1”, 185-pound midfielder who competes in both football and lacrosse at Southern. He has earned
Blevins is a 5’6”, 135-pound All Metro netminder for the Cardinals of Calvert Hall. He has also lettered in soccer. “Jeremy is one of the premier goalkeeper recruits in the country,” according to Coach Zimmerman.
At 5’10” and 155 pounds, Burch earned All WCAC honors for his play at midfield. “Michael is an opportunistic player with excellent potential,” said Coach Zimmerman.
Hopmann is a “dangerous offensive threat,” according to Coach Zimmerman. The 5’10”, 155-pound student-athlete earned
Ims is 6’0” and 180 pounds and this dual sport athlete competes in ice hockey as well as lacrosse. He was a member of the 2004
"Our coaching staff is excited about this group of student-athletes,” said Coach Zimmerman. “Throughout the recruiting process we have been extremely impressed with the quality and character of these young men and look forward to working with them during their collegiate careers playing lacrosse here at UMBC."