Recently, Sean Rogers of New Hyde Park and a senior at Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville signed a National Letter of Intent to play college lacrosse at the University of Notre Dame.
Rogers' parents, Barbara and Robert, school administrators and athletic staff, along with the cable network, attended the short ceremony which was held in the chapel of Holy Trinity High School.
Rogers is an honor roll student at Holy Trinity and four year varsity player for the Titans Lacrosse Team. He is currently ranked in the top 25 High School Senior Lacrosse players in the USA according to Inside Lacrosse magazine. Since being a two-time member of the gold winning Long Island Empire Lacrosse Team.
He has enjoyed a wonderful career at Holy Trinity that should enable him for immediate action with the "fighting Irish" next fall.
Coach Kevin Corrigan of the University of Notre Dame said, "Sean is joining a college program on the rise and is expected to contribute to its success immediately". Coach Corrigan also mentioned the
role of a student being the priority at Notre Dame because less than one percent of NCAA Student Athletes never compete in their sport as a profession.
Rogers looks forward to the completion of his senior season at Holy Trinity with high expectations but realizes the next step in his life
will take him away from the comforts of Long Island.
Sean's family, teammates, classmates and friends congratulate and wish him well as he finishes at Holy Trinity, as well as his choice to attend the University of Notre Dame next summer.