Six senior members of Loyola’s defending U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section champions made official their collegiate choices Wednesday, signing national letters of intent in a morning ceremony at the school’s L.A. campus.
Senior lacrosse commits. Econn (Air Force), Theuer (Tufts), Mohler (St. Johns), O'Hanlon (Babson), Partamian (Syracuse), Mora (Maryland). pic.twitter.com/IGYUSdHKMZ
— The Loyalist (@loyalistnews) November 9, 2016
Niko Econn, a defender who played two years at Harvard Westlake before transferring, signed with the Air Force Academy. He earned All-Mission League honors last spring despite sitting out 10 games per CIF transfer rules.
Joe Theuer, a two-time All-American and three-time first-team All-Mission League goalie, signed with NCAA Division III Tufts.
Nick Mohler, a two-time first-team all-league defender, signed with St. Johns. Correction: Originally committed to St. John’s (and sitting with a St. John’s sign, above, on Wednesday), Mohler instead signed with Division I Boston University.
Mason O’Hanlon, a versatile offensive player who was named first-team all-league at attack last spring, signed with D-III Babson.
Jonathan Partamian, an All-American midfielder who was the Cubs’ offensive MVP last spring, signed with Syracuse.
Ryder Mora, a true two-way middie who was named to the first team of the US Lacrosse Greater LA South All-Area Team, signed with Maryland.