Whittier College Head Coach Nick Marks will represent the Greek National Team as a midfielder in the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships. The Tournament will be held July 12-21 in Netanya, Israel, and games can be viewed at:
Whittier College lacrosse alum Seth Mahler '10 will suit up for the Israeli National Team at the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel, lasting from July 12-21. Mahler was a mainstay for the Poets in his four years as a student-athlete from 2006-2010.
Former Poet and Men’s Lacrosse Alumni Matt Hernandez ’16 was just selected to the Mexican National Team. He earns a spot on the Mexico Lacrosse Roster for the 2018 FIL World Championships in Israel next Summer, where he will represent both the country of his heritage but also the city of Los Angeles, Calif.
Former Whittier College Men’s Lacrosse players Max Kaufman ’16 and Seth Mahler ’10 were selected to the Israeli Lacrosse men’s national team which will compete on home soil at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships.
Head Coach Nick Marks has announced the Poet’s schedule for the upcoming 2018 men’s lacrosse season. The exciting sixteen game slate will be the 39th season for the Poets and includes contests in California, Illinois, Colorado, and Texas. The Poets schedule will include four games against opponents that competed in the 2017 NCAA Division III men’s lacrosse tournament, six home games in Memorial Stadium, and the annual Locker-Stabler Cup against western NCAA rival Colorado College.
On November 4th, the Whittier College Men’s Lacrosse team volunteered their time to help with a Harlem Lacrosse Play Day. Harlem Lacrosse is an organization devoted to helping children of South Los Angeles, Compton, and Inglewood. The Whittier Poets spent three hours coaching and building relationships with youth players at Enterprise Park in Los Angeles, CA.
The Whittier College Men’s Lacrosse head coach Nicholas Marks has announced that the team has elected four upperclassmen as team captains for the 2018 season. The Poet captains are seniors Kevin O’Donnell, Conner Sexton, Sigi Ocker, and Max Thiele.