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Men’s Lacrosse Names #34 for 2019 Season


Number 34 for the Marist lacrosse
program is symbolic of an amazing teammate, a loyal friend and a fierce
competitor. It was worn by former Marist lacrosse standout Edward Coombs, who
tragically lost his life following his freshman year at Marist and since his
passing has been handed out as the program’s highest honor to the most
deserving senior. The recipients of the number 34 Jersey have possessed the
characteristics that made Eddie so special, and their achievements have
helped solidify his legacy in the college lacrosse world. In 2015 Dave Scarcello worn the number 34 while leading Marist to a MAAC
Championship and the program’s first national ranking in school history. In 2016 who is Joe Radin, who was
presented to Jersey and he capped his career with MAAC Offensive Player of the
Year honors while becoming the conference’s all-time leading goal
scorer, 2017 one of Eddie’s high school
teammates, Jimmy Murphy, earned the opportunity to wear the number 34 while
leading the team to its fourth consecutive MAAC championship appearance. This past season Brian Corrigan was
awarded the Jersey and honored it by being named the MAAC Defensive Player of
the Year for the second time in his career. The past recipients have done an amazing
job representing the number 34 Jersey and their hard work has helped share any
story on a national level. In 2019 the recipient of the famed
number 34 uniform will be: senior midfielder and team captain Matthew Selts Selfs has appeared in 34 consecutive games and will look to help
guide Merits back to the conference tournament and the MAAC title game for
the third time in his career.

David Frank

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