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Recent Grad Earns Great Honors

Jimmy Joe Granito '12 (New Canaan, CT) received high honors from as he was ranked as the 14th best Post-Graduate in the country.  Jimmy Joe, amongst a list of the some great players, had a stellar season in net for the Pride.  He helped the team to a 10-5 New England record, 5-2 in Founders League play, which put T-P 2nd in the standings.  Amongst these wins, Granito came up with some huge, crucial saves in a compelling 8-7 OT win over Deerfield, ranked 2nd in the country.  At the annual sports banquet Granito took home many accolades.  Besides serving as the Team Captain, he was given the Annual Award for Lacrosse.  His strong play was not only recognized by the T-P community but by other coaches and players around New England.  He was selected as a member of All Western New England Team as well as All Founders League Team.  

Jimmy Joe will carry his efforts to play for Loyola University (MD) this fall.  Loyola was crowned NCAA DIvision I Champions this past spring, winning their first ever National Championship.  Loyola is getting a great athlete, student, and even better person.  Congrats Jimmy, and best of luck!  To read the rest of the Post-Grad list, click here.

Posted by on Thursday July, 19, 2012 at 11:21AM


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