Tyler Schweikert Commits to Limestone

(2017), team captain and goalie at Beckman High school has verbally committed to play NCAA Division 2 lacrosse at Limestone College in South Carolina. Tyler toured the campus of the current Division 2 National Champions over spring break and was impressed with the team and coaching staff.

Tyler, who has also played football for Beckman, is excited to continue lacrosse at the next level. He has been fortunate to play for not only Brendan Finnerty at Beckman, but also to play on club teams such as Saddleback Starz, OC Kings and Wildhorse Prime.

Active in National League of Young Men, Tustin, Tyler also likes the fact that all Limestone Saints players are expected to give back to the surrounding communities by working with underprivileged kids and other philanthropic organizations.

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(2017), team captain and goalie at Beckman High school has verbally committed to play NCAA Division 2 lacrosse at Limestone College in South Carolina. Tyler toured the campus of the current Division 2 National Champions over spring break and was impressed with the team and coaching staff.

Tyler, who has also played football for Beckman, is excited to continue lacrosse at the next level. He has been fortunate to play for not only Brendan Finnerty at Beckman, but also to play on club teams such as Saddleback Starz, OC Kings and Wildhorse Prime.

Active in National League of Young Men, Tustin, Tyler also likes the fact that all Limestone Saints players are expected to give back to the surrounding communities by working with underprivileged kids and other philanthropic organizations.