Jimmy Bitter High School Lacrosse Highlights

Posted on March 29, 2013 by

Categories: D1, High School, video

Jimmy Bitter High School Lacrosse Highlights

Jimmy Bitter, who recently took a hit to the groin, has been tearing it up this season with his supported cast at UNC. Bitter plays with so much enthusiasm. He never takes a play off and, as you can see, it pays off to go hard.

From UNC Lacrosse’s website:

A graduate of the Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass., where he was coached by Chip Davis…a 2011 high school All-America…played in the National Under Armour All-America Game on July 2, 2011…as a senior, he led Deerfield in scoring with 75 points on 52 goals and 23 assists…was hurt much of his junior year but had 15 goals and 16 assists…had a dynamic sophomore year with 20 goals and 31 assists…won the Stephen Lindsay Award as the most valuable attackman in Western New England Division I in 2011, a feat also accomplished by his brother Billy in 2007…the captain of the Deerfield team as a senior…was a three-time All-New England selection and the team’s leading scorer as both a sophomore and senior…Deerfield lost only two games in his career, winning the Western New England title his sophomore campaign, playing on a DA team which tied the school record for wins in a season with 16 in 2010 and leading another WNE title team in 2011 that finished 15-0…honored on the FCA National Team and the Long Island Under Armour Team…was an honor roll student at DA…played forward and midfield for DA soccer team…was captain of soccer team which made New England playoffs…was captain of DA basketball team as a point guard…voted co-MVP of hoops squad.

Talk about accolades…

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