Landon Lacrosse Class of 2013 Signing Day

Posted on December 18, 2012 by

Categories: High School


National powerhouse Landon School, coached by Robinson Bordley, has announced the signing of nine Seniors that will be playing at the DI level. Landon School is a private, nonsectarian, college preparatory school for boys in grades 3-12, with an enrollment of approximately 683 students. The school, which plays in the Interstate Athletic Conference, sits on 75 acres in Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C. A majority of the great players that graduate Landon come through the lower school program.

This class rivals the class of 2005 which featured 13 Division I recruits. Below is the list of the signees along with where they will be matriculating next year. Congratulations to the class of 2013!

Top Row (left to right)
- Will Buckingham = Furman University = Defense
- Phil Pena = University of Delaware = Midfield
- Peter Laco = University of Pennsylvania = Attack/Midfield
- Garrett Fellows = University of Pennsylvania = Midfield
- Marshall Peters = Cornell University = Midfield

Bottom Row (left to right)
- Connor Lynch = Furman University = Defense
- Mike Rhoads = University of Virginia = Defense
- Robby Dunigan = Colgate University = Attack/Midfield
- Taylor Valencia = University of Delaware = Attack

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  • warriorlax09

    to be honest these kids don’t look like athletes at all. They look soft and definitely not fit for the d1 level. From what I’ve seen at the college level, Landon grads tend to be some of the softer players on team. Many of them get offers through their coaches connections and their schools lax history rather than as a result of their skill at the sport. Look at this group of kids and compare them to the traditional college athlete. Its a joke how soft these kids look.

  • warriorlax09

    to be honest these kids don’t look like athletes at all. They look soft and definitely not fit for the d1 level. From what I’ve seen at the college level, Landon grads tend to be some of the softer players on team. Many of them get offers through their coaches connections and their schools lax history rather than as a result of their skill at the sport. Look at this group of kids and compare them to the traditional college athlete. Its a joke how soft these kids look.

    • White Rocks

      warriorlax, what are you even talking about? Landon has had at least one All-American at the D-1 level every year since 1997. Landon graduates have been captains of many of the top d-1 programs in the country (Duke, Princeton, Maryland, UVA, Johns Hopkins). Those Landon coaches must be great at convincing coaches at UMD, Navy, Georgetown, Bucknell, Ohio State, Duke, UNC, Denver, Princeton, and Cornell to take such “soft”, unskillful players.
      Here is some advice: Next time you try making an argument against Landon lacrosse, you might want to educate yourself on the topic first. Your blatant bias towards the school makes it pretty obvious that you went to St.Albans, or another one of Landon’s under-performing rivals.

    • White Rocks

      warriorlax, what are you even talking about? Landon has had at least one All-American at the D-1 level every year since 1997. Landon graduates have been captains of many of the top d-1 programs in the country (Duke, Princeton, Maryland, UVA, Johns Hopkins). Those Landon coaches must be great at convincing coaches at UMD, Navy, Georgetown, Bucknell, Ohio State, Duke, UNC, Denver, Princeton, and Cornell to take such “soft”, unskillful players.
      Here is some advice: Next time you try making an argument against Landon lacrosse, you might want to educate yourself on the topic first. Your blatant bias towards the school makes it pretty obvious that you went to St.Albans, or another one of Landon’s under-performing rivals.

    • White Rocks

      warriorlax, what are you even talking about? Landon has had at least one All-American at the D-1 level every year since 1997. Landon graduates have been captains of many of the top d-1 programs in the country (Duke, Princeton, Maryland, UVA, Johns Hopkins). Those Landon coaches must be great at convincing coaches at UMD, Navy, Georgetown, Bucknell, Ohio State, Duke, UNC, Denver, Princeton, and Cornell to take such “soft”, unskillful players.
      Here is some advice: Next time you try making an argument against Landon lacrosse, you might want to educate yourself on the topic first. Your blatant bias towards the school makes it pretty obvious that you went to St.Albans, or another one of Landon’s under-performing rivals.

    • Banfield

      “Softest players?”

      -Matt Ward, Tewaaraton award winner.
      -Ryan Curtis, Collegiate 1st team All American
      This list goes on.

      Lets see you face off with Peter Laco.
      Hes going to UPenn, and you’re not playing D1.
      So you cannot say ANYTHING about these men.

  • Miranda’s Right

    Landon is a disgrace of a school. The kids they produce grow up to be some of our country’s most selfish assholes. However, kudos to these kids for doing something great with their school’s situation. I hope they go out into the world and do great things with their educations, I hope they prove the Landon stereotype wrong.

    • GPLax09

      What situation?

      Landon is prospering.

      My younger brother goes there, and me being a collegiate player observing my brother, i have seen team cohesion, both in the classroom and on the field.
      They have artists, jocks, intellectuals, every component of student life in a high school.

      Youre being terribly discriminate, jealous, and ignorant.

    • GPLax09

      What situation?

      Landon is prospering.

      My younger brother goes there, and me being a collegiate player observing my brother, i have seen team cohesion, both in the classroom and on the field.
      They have artists, jocks, intellectuals, every component of student life in a high school.

      Youre being terribly discriminate, jealous, and ignorant.

  • Miranda’s Right

    Landon is a disgrace of a school. The kids they produce grow up to be some of our country’s most selfish assholes. However, kudos to these kids for doing something great with their school’s situation. I hope they go out into the world and do great things with their educations, I hope they prove the Landon stereotype wrong.