With high expectations for the 2010 men’s lacrosse season, Paul Levine, senior business and marketing major, is preparing for the his final season. Levine, who plays midfielder, is looking forward to the future and reflecting on his past four years as a Cabrini Cavalier.
The team will be debuting at the number 12 position in the USILA preseason poll. This makes preseason practices essential if the team hopes to achieve their goals of capturing the Colonial States Athletic Conference title.
“I have so many goals for our team this season. I really hope that our team is able to go the furthest Cabrini’s lacrosse team has ever gone before. Being a senior it is important for me to help lead my teammates in a season to remember,” Levine said.
Levine has been an active player on the men’s lacrosse team for the past three years and has contributed immensely, most recently to the 2009 season finishing with the record of 17-3.
“Paul is a great guy and player. All of the players feel that he brings positivity to the team and is always thinking of the team rather than himself. He is a great teammate and we know that we can rely on him,” teammate Bryan Churchey, junior history and political science major said.
Now being a senior on the team Levine when they started their preseason practices and feels strange that he only has one season left. He has worked hard for not only himself but the coaches and his teammates as well.
“Paul is such a fun loving guy that you can hear from miles away, he really helps bring the team together,” Anthony Mazza, senior business administration major said.
” I still can’t believe it is the beginning of my senior season. I have so many goals for the team but mostly to be the best Division III lacrosse team. I have had so many great memories but celebrating big wins and the bus rides home are definitely my favorite,” Levine said.