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Red Bank Regional’s Seely Signs Letter of Intent

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Lacrosse, Sports, Sports News

RBR senior Ryan Seely, seated, center, celebrates his signing a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College in Pennsylvania. Standing, from left, RBR Principal Risa Clay, RBR coach Dan Femminella and RBR assistant coach Mark Brown; and sitting, from left, Ryan’s brother, Brayden, and his mother, Dana Seely.
Photo courtesy Red Bank Regional

Published on March 28, 2014 with No Comments

 RBR senior Ryan Seely, seated, center, celebrates his signing a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College in Pennsylvania. Standing, from left, RBR Principal Risa Clay, RBR coach Dan Femminella and RBR assistant coach Mark Brown; and sitting, from left, Ryan’s brother, Brayden, and his mother, Dana Seely. Photo courtesy Red Bank Regional

RBR senior Ryan Seely, seated, center, celebrates his signing a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College in Pennsylvania. Standing, from left, RBR Principal Risa Clay, RBR coach Dan Femminella and RBR assistant coach Mark Brown; and sitting, from left, Ryan’s brother, Brayden, and his mother, Dana Seely.
Photo courtesy Red Bank Regional

 

LITTLE SILVER – Red Bank Regional (RBR) senior Ryan Seely of Little Silver recently signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College in Pennsylvania in September.

Seely has played lacrosse and football for his four years at Red Bank Regional. He also has helped mentor future RBR Bucs in the Little Bucs football program.

A student in RBR’s Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences, Seely hopes to enter Chestnut Hill’s five-year business program where he will graduate with an MBA and pursue a career in business.

“Ryan will be a three-year starter for RBR this year. He has 89 career ground balls and 26 takeaways,” Seely’s coach, Dan Femminella said. “I believe his off-season work ethic and hard work this year will help him play at the next level going forward.”

 

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