Saints player signs with NCAA D1 lacrosse program

Jason Knox has put pen to paper and signed his commitment to attend Hobart College to play NCAA DI lacrosse next fall.
November 8 marked the beginning of the fall signing period when senior student-athletes can sign a national letter of intent, officially committing to an NCAA school.
Jason will trade his red and white Saints jersey for Hobart’s purple and orange. The Geneva, New York, university offers a lacrosse program rich in history, playing its first varsity lacrosse season in 1898.
Jason chose Hobart over about a dozen other schools because, he says, “it felt like home.”
The coaches at Hobart already have plans for Jason. “They want me to play attack,” he says. As a freshman, he is looking forward to making an immediate impact with the team.
It will be more than a year before the Hobart lacrosse season starts for the 2018-19 year, but Jason has plenty of athletic outlets on the go in the meantime. The multi-sport athlete just finished a strong season as a member of the SAC Varsity Football team that reached the CISAA semi-finals. In the spring, he will suit up for the Saints 1st Lacrosse team and will most certainly take on a leadership role.
Jason will spend his summer playing for the Junior A Burlington Chiefs lacrosse team. Then in August, he’ll make his way to Hobart to begin the school season playing lacrosse fall ball.



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