The following information was provided by MICDS in a news release.
(St. Louis, MO) – College lacrosse prospect Matt Trowbridge ‘16 announced today his intentions to sign with the University of Michigan.
After visiting Ohio State, Johns Hopkins, and Michigan, he decided on the Wolverines. Trowbridge said he loves the University of Michigan and is excited to join a team and a program he has long followed and admired.
"The recruiting process has been a very exciting time for me,” said Matt. “There is so much to like about Michigan. The school has so many resources and opportunities for both Lacrosse and beyond. I am a big fan of Coach John Paul and assistant coaches Ken Broschart and Ryan Danehy and the program. That combined with the opportunity to play for a Divison 1 team against the very best is what led me to my final decision.”
“Matt plays hard and has combined his desire to win with skill and grace under pressures,” said Andy Kay Head MICDS Varsity Lacrosse Coach and Middle School English teacher. “Matt had a break out summer. He was rated as a top prospect at the Nike Blue Chip camp in Baltimore and was selected as one of six goalies nationwide to attend the Nike Ride showcase in Oregon. He has continually risen to the occasion and been a standout member of our team.”
Under Coach Kay's tutelage, the Varsity Lacrosse program that has long enjoyed success has been elevated to the national stage and earned legions of loyal fans,” said Don Maurer MICDS Athletic Director. “He has instilled a campus-wide culture and continued our winning tradition with stellar seasons marked by two trips to the Division I state finals and two trips to the Final Four in the last four years.”
In addition to playing Varsity Lacrosse for MICDS, Matt
was also invited to participate in Nike Lacrosse’s ‘The Ride,’ a showcase
featuring 100 of the game’s rising high school stars in Portland, Oregon over
the summer. He also plays Football
and Hockey for the RAMS.