Four Senior Boys Sign Lax Letters

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Senior boys lacrosse players Nick Agresta, Anthony Carroll, Robert Kreush and Colby Rogers signed national letters of intent on Dec. 5 to continue their sports careers in college next fall.

Agresta, a defenseman and four-year varsity player for East Islip, signed with Wingate University in North Carolina. He plans to major in education.

“Wingate is an overall great fit for me,” Agresta said.

Carroll, who plays defense and long stick midfielder, will play for Hofstra University, where he will major in sports medicine. A member of the varsity lacrosse team since eighth grade, he served as captain and earned All-County status his last two years. A two-sport athlete, he also was named captain and All-County for football in his senior year.

“I liked the practice environment and campus,” Carroll said of Hofstra.

Kreush, a midfielder, signed with SUNY Binghamton, where he plans to study science. A Scholar-Athlete, he earned All-County status in football and All-County honorable mention in lacrosse.

“I liked the high academic standards at Binghamton,” Kreush said.

Rogers, who will play face-off for Jacksonville University, plans to major in nursing.

“I chose Jacksonville for the coaches and the great environment,” he said.