Bishop’s School alum Connor McCroskey was one of eight freshmen introduced by Harvard head coach Chris Wojcik as newcomers to the lacrosse team. McCroskey is the only westerner in the Class of 2019. His classmates hail from Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Canada.
“Today we officially welcome the class of 2019 to the Harvard lacrosse family. This is an exciting time for eight young men as they move into the Yard this morning to begin their Harvard careers,” stated Wojcik. “As the game of lacrosse continues to grow, we welcome two Canadians and a student-athlete from California for the third straight year, along with young men from the traditional lacrosse hot beds. The class is strong up the middle of the field, and we look forward to assimilating the group into our team when we begin training for the 2016 season.”
The Harvard press release provided the following bio for McCroskey:
Connor McCroskey | Attackman | 5-8 | 155 | San Diego, Calif. | The Bishop’s School
Ranked as the No. 46 recruit in the Class of 2019 by Inside Lacrosse … Four-year lacrosse letterwinner at The Bishop’s School … Captained lacrosse team as a junior and senior … Named the 2014 Coastal League Player of the Year and was a two-time All-Coastal League first team selection … Also named to the All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) first team in 2014 … Set schools records with 109 points and 67 assists in 2014 … Two-time All-CIF Academic Team selection Also earned three varsity letters in basketball and captained the team as a senior