Junior attack of San Diego Westview and the LA Cobras has announced his commitment to play collegiately at the University of . For now, is an MCLA program, but the new coaching staff has been recruiting in anticipation of becoming an NCAA D-I program by the Spring of 2019, Summers’ freshman year.

As a sophomore at Westview last spring, the 6-foot-3, 184-pound Summers led the Palomar League in points with 75 (39 goals, 36 assists) and was named Westview’s offensive MVP. He was a second-team All-Palomar selection.

Over the summer, Summers played with the LA Cobras at the Carolina Shootout and the Warrior Classic on Long Island. He also was named an all-star at the FLG Legit 120 held at LIU-Post.

“TJ was one of our top players this summer, making the all-star team at the Carolina Shootout and dominating at the Warrior Classic at Hofstra University,” Cobras coach said. “He is a big, strong, lefty attackman who can turn the corner hard to the cage and also has a great outside shot. I look forward to seeing him be one of the best players in San Diego this year.”

TJ Summers comes from a family of lacrosse standouts. His brothers Brent Summers (Bentley) and Chris Summers (Monmouth) currently compete at the collegiate level, and his younger sister Mikaela Summers is a high school freshman.

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