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Jake Shriner
Jake  Shriner


Townsend, Del.

High School:
Caravel Academy

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 185


Before Loyola: Earned nine varsity letters at Caravel Academy in Baer, Delaware... Picked up five letters in lacrosse and four in football as an outside linebacker and fullback... Scored 85 goals as a high school player and won 87 percent of faceoffs as a junior and senior... Also had 25 assists as a senior when he scored 29 goals... Received All-State honors as a sophomore, junior and senior from the Delaware Lacrosse Coaches Association and was a member of the Delaware All-Philly Lacrosse Team by Top Lacrosse Recruits... Two-time team captain as a junior and senior and earned the program's Iron Man Award in 2014, as well as the Ball Hawk Award in 2013... Played club lacrosse for the Long Island Sting, the Maryland Jr. Terps and the Delaware Silverbacks... Earned Southern Exposure All-Star honors and tournament Most Valuable Player honors from the Face-Off Factory Combine in 2014... Reached the semifinals of the National Face-Off Tournament with Face-Off Academy in 2014... Helped Caravel's football team win the 2012 and 2013 Delaware state titles, earning the program's Play Maker Award in 2013 and the Pride Award in 2014... Member of the United States Polocross (lacrosse on a horse) World Cup team in 2015.

Personal: Thomas Jacob Shriner... Born in Townsend, Delaware... Son of Bonnie and Jeff Shriner... Intends to participate in Loyola's ROTC program... Was a four-year member of Caravel's honor roll and was a three-time recipient of the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association Student-Athlete Award from 2013-2015 for holding a 3.5 of higher grade-point average during the athletic season... Earned the 2014 Delaware HIgh Schools Leadership Award and was a Boys State Delegate that year... Recipient of the 2014 American Legion Good Citizen Award and was a four-year member of the Caravel Student Government and Bible Club... Plays polocrosse for Sugarloaf Mountain and Bucks County clubs... His mother, Bonnie, was an Academic All-America field hockey player at The Ohio State University where she was a team captain in 1991... Both of his parents serve as police officers.





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