Men's Lacrosse's Federici Named To Loyola's Green And Grey Society

May 13, 2009

BALTIMORE - Nick Federici, a member of the men's lacrosse team, was named today to the Loyola College Green and Grey Society, an exclusive honor for rising seniors at the College which recognizes both leadership and civic contributions in the community.

A native of Bridgewater, N.J. (Bridgewater-Raritan), Federici was one of only 14 students selected for the honor. He appeared in four games this past season for the Greyhounds, who went 9-5 and clinched a share of their third straight Eastern College Athletic Conference regular season title.

"This is a great honor for an excellent young man," said Loyola Head Coach Charley Toomey. "He is the first player in my four years here to be named to the Society and we are proud of his contributions both in the classroom and on the field."

Federici, a finance major, is the son of Bill and Sue Federici. The attackman has appeared in 11 games over his two-year career and scored a goal and an assist.

The Green and Grey Society is drawn from groups like the Student Government Association, Campus Ministry and Student Life. Each is nominated by former members and chosen based on their leadership skills and contributions to the college community.