Army West Point

Men's D1 Coach: Joe Alberici
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4,589 Undergrads / 4,589 Students
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Net Price
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12% Admitted
  • Team Conference

    Patriot League

  • College Type

    4-year, Public

  • Campus Type

    Town: Fringe

Student Body
  • Male
  • Female
  • Full Time
  • Part Time
  • In-State
  • Out-of-state
  • Foreign
  • Other
  • White
  • Black
  • Asian
  • Latino
  • Foreign
  • Other
Student-to-faculty Ratio
7 to 1
Return For Sophomore Year
Overall Graduation Rate
Graduate On Time / in 6 Years
80% / 85%
Calendar System
Religious Affiliation
On campus housing is provided and is required for incoming freshman

Other includes American Indian, Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, two or more races and unknown race / ethnicity.

Coach Recruiting Interview

We had the very fortunate opportunity to speak with Coach Joe Alberici at Army to get his advice for recruits and more specifically, recruits out West who are looking to go East for college lacrosse. Coach Alberici has had an impressive career including coaching at Duke where he helped strengthen the Blue Devils as one of the nation’s premier lacrosse programs. In 2006, he became the coach at Army and is now in his ninth season, where he continues to man a very impressive group of student-athletes. Here’s what Coach Alberici had to tell us about recruiting and his advice for player’s eager to get noticed: be a well-rounded athlete with multiple weapons and a strong work-ethic that mirrors those abilities.

What advice do you have for West Coast players interested in Division I schools, which are primarily located on the East Coast?

Be assertive, think of recruiting as managing your own franchise. You have to find ways to get in front of coaches eyes. It’s best to be seen live, but also keep an open line of communication with coaches. In your e-mails, be sure to include your video that highlights the skills you have which set you apart from the competition, especially your athleticism. Be specific about why you want to go to that school such as the academic curriculum. Keep in mind that coaches get hundreds of these emails, so personalization goes a long way.

What is the best way for West Coast players to get on your recruiting radar?

One of the best ways to get on coaches recruiting radar is to go to their prospecting days. It is best to identify 1-2 schools who have their prospecting days close to each other to cut down on travel expenses. Be sure to ask the right questions about the prospecting days such as how many players are expected to be in attendance and if all the coaches on staff going to be there. These are good questions to ask because you may be playing against 50 or 250 other players and that could make a difference of you getting noticed. Use the first few lines of your email to explain who you are and the remaining 1-2 paragraphs include your contact info and references such as coaches and private instructors.

What type of player’s do you primarily look for, a raw athlete or refined lacrosse player?

Athleticism is the first thing we take into account and some “thing” that stands out from the rest of the players, be it stick skills, hustle or tenacity. In your highlight videos, be sure accentuate those skills. A DI guy has a good mixture of drive, skill, and character along with people to reference all of that.

What areas of player development would you recommend West Coast players focus on to compete on the East Coast level?

My best advice is to get the stick in your hands as much as possible and compete with players a level or two above you. Play adult leagues. Playing against older and more experienced players will wear off on you and force you to get better through “osmosis.” Also, don’t just go through the motions while playing, be an active learner, ask questions and learn specifics from experienced players and try to emulate their skills. Seek out the guys who have done it and pick their brain. To play with this kind of competition you may need to travel a little, depending on your area, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to join a travel team, just do your homework.

How has the accelerated recruiting landscape impacted your approach to recruiting?

It’s difficult to see everyone when they’re young, it’s just part of the landscape. There are still a lot of great players and late-bloomers who may have been missed, so we keep spots open for that. We are going to recruit nationally regardless, we aren’t locked into any particular areas.

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Team Road Trips

Road games are primarily scheduled in the Northeast. The team travels to Boston, New Jersey and upstate New York. The team also travels to the Baltimore and Washington D.C areas. Other trips in the past include South Bend, IN and Lexington, VA.

Recruit Commits
Aiden Weisenborn Wheaton Academy West Chicago, IL Mid, Att
Anthony lattero St. John Paul 2 Academy Boca Raton, FL Att, Mid
John Majka Malvern Prep Devon, PA Mid, Mid
Daniel Odell Eastport South Manor Manorville , NY Mid, Att
Conner Aquino Academy Of The New Church Bryn Athyn, PA Mid
Ethan Linsay O'Dea High School Seattle, WA Att
Aidan Troy Delbarton Morristown, NJ Goal
Ryan DiRocco The Haverford School Haverford, PA Att
Marek Seaman Bayard Rustin high school West Chester , PA Mid
Jack Casey Regis Jesuit HS Boys Division Aurora, CO Def
Tommy Stines Arch Bishop Moeller HS Cincinnati, OH Def
Robert Simone, Jr. The Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville, NJ Faceoff
Owen Bunten Deerfield Academy Deerfield, MA Att
Hill Plunkett Roswell HS Roswell, GA Att
Andrew Miller Northport High School Northport, NY LSM, Def
Patrick Murphy Eastport South Manor Manorville, NY Faceoff, Mid
Brady White Dublin Jerome Dublin, OH Goal
Grant Masterson Wilton High School Wilton, CT Mid
Keagan Treacy St. Paul's School Brooklandville, MD LSM
Luke Pisani The Benjamin School North Palm Beach, FL Mid
Chase Brody Gilman School Baltimore, MD Mid
Haydn Sommer Culver Academy Culver, IN Att
Owen Guest Brunswick School Greenwich, CT Mid
Trey Taylor The Taft School Watertown, CT Def
Colin Langton St Anthony's HS Huntington Station, NY Def
Gunnar Fellows Valor Christian HS Highlands Ranch, CO Mid
Ben Calabrese Wilton HS Wilton, CT Att
Matt Dollive Wall HS Wall, NJ Mid
Michael Harney Mahopac HS Mahopac, NY Att
Patrick Ferguson Yorktown HS Arlington, VA Def
Unofficial list from public sources and recruit submissions.
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Where Grads Work
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What Grads Do
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Overall Experience
Student Life
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Test Scores
Critical Reading
580 - 690
590 - 700
1220 - 1420
28 - 35
27 - 32
25 - 30

This range represents the middle half of incoming freshman from the 25th to 75th percentile. The writing component is now optional and no longer reported. Historical writing ranges: 550 - 660 for SAT; 8 - 9 for ACT

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Applicants 11,675 8,562 3,113
% Admitted 12% 12% 11%
% Admits That Enroll 83% 84% 81%
Incoming Freshman Average GPA 3.74
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    Majors / Programs

    Degrees offered by popularity. Type = Bachelor.

    Engineering (29%)
    Social Sciences (15%)
    Mechanical Engineering (8%)
    Business (7%)
    Business Administration and Management, General (7%)
    Foreign Languages (7%)
    Systems Engineering (5%)
    Computer & Information Sciences (5%)
    Engineering/Industrial Management (5%)
    Engineering Technology, General (5%)
    Economics, General (5%)
    History (4%)
    Civil Engineering, General (4%)
    International Relations and Affairs (4%)
    Military Applied Sciences, Other (4%)
    Military Tech. & Applied Sciences (4%)
    Psychology (4%)

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    Carnegie Classifications
    Basic ClassificationBaccalaureate Colleges: Arts & Sciences Focus
    Undergrad InstructionBalanced arts & sciences/professions, no graduate coexistence
    Graduate InstructionNot classified (Exclusively Undergraduate)
    Enrollment ProfileExclusively undergraduate four-year
    Undergrad ProfileFour-year, full-time, more selective, lower transfer-in
    Size and SettingFour-year, medium, highly residential

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