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1303568535585-2Great Oak High School brothers Hunter and Dakota Campbell have signed their National Letters of Intent to play for the North Greenville University Crusaders next season.

Both Hunter and Dakota started playing Lacrosse in the 8th grade and have enjoyed success ever since. They’ve both played club for 395 Starz where they have grown as competitors and were coached to be impact players for the Great Oak Wolf Pack.

Dakota rips from outside
Dakota rips from outside

Senior Attackman Hunter is a third year varsity attackman. Dakota has played two years on varsity as a midfielder and the primary face off specialist for Great Oak.

Hunter fights to get topside
Hunter fights to get topside

NGU is a private NCAA DII Christian University. The Crusaders lacrosse team will start its inaugural season next year with the boys as freshmen. Hunter and Dakota have the unique opportunity to begin the legacy of lacrosse at NGU and look to quickly gain on extremely competetive conference opponents like Limestone College who finished in the top 10 nationally last year. The Campbell brothers legacy look forward to finishing their high school careers strong, and are relishing the rare opportunity of helping to launch a new legacy at North Greenville.

Congrats Hunter and Dakota!

–MaxLaxOC staff report