Crestwood (PA) junior attackman Anthony Caporuscio has gained a lot of notoriety in just his two varsity seasons with the Comets. After helping to lead his team to two district championships and being named Boy’s Lacrosse Player of The Year by the Times Leader last season Caporuscio is looking for more as junior while also gaining the attention of college coaches across the country.
As September 1st marked the date that college coaches could start talking to players in the class of 2020 Caporuscio has received interest from numerous schools. Caporuscio said that he had visited close to 30 different schools so far, but none have been official visits as of yet.
Caporuscio’s top three schools include two DII programs and a DI school. He said that his top three at the moment are Florida Tech, Jacksonville, and Tampa. As far as a decision goes, Caporuscio said he would like to make one before the fall.
Looking forward to his junior season with Crestwood the 5-foot-10 175 pound attackman has goals for both himself as well a his team. As far as personal goals go, Caporuscio said, “I’d like to hit by 300th career goal.”
Team wise Caporuscio has his eyes set on helping to lead the Comets to their third straight District championship. Caporuscio said his outlook on the season is “very optimistic.”
“I believe we have a great team this year and could do some serious damage in the state tournament.” Said Caporuscio.
Caporuscio and the Crestwood Comets will begin their 2019 season on March 30th with an away game at York Catholic.