Six Loyola Cubs Sign National Letters of Intent

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.

From left:

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.