Three Alder lacrosse players will compete at college level

Surrounded by his family and coaches, Jonathan Alder High School senior Mason Wolford signs his commitment to play lacrosse at Canisius College: (front row, from left) mother, Bethany; Mason; father, Alex; (back row) Troy Cameron, Jonathan Alder assistant lacrosse coach; grandparents, Roy and Betsy Jo; brother, Max; and Rob Davis, Jonathan Alder head lacrosse coach.

(Posted April 3, 2023)

Three Jonathan Alder High School seniors signed commitments to play lacrosse at the college level starting this fall.

Mason Wolford will play lacrosse at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y. The college is a member of NCAA Div. I and competes in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

“Ever since I started lacrosse in fourth grade, I knew I wanted to play at the Div. I level,” said Wolford, who chose Canisius for its competitive lacrosse team and small school and class sizes.

Wolford plans to major in sports and exercise health care and minor in business.

With his family and coaches on hand, Jonathan Alder High School senior Aspen Cameron signs his commitment to play lacrosse at Thomas More University: (front row, from left) mother, Bobbie; Aspen; father and Jonathan Alder assistant lacrosse coach, Troy; (back row) Rob Davis, Jonathan Alder head lacrosse coach; grandparents, Stan and Char; sister, Avery.

Aspen Cameron will play lacrosse for Thomas More University in Crestview Hills, Ky. The university is a member of NCAA Div. II and competes in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference.

“My goals are to be a huge asset to the team all four years while playing lacrosse. I also want to get a college diploma and improve my skills to own my own business,” said Cameron, who chose Thomas More for the campus size and the coaching staff.

Cameron plans to major in business.

With his family and coaches surrounding him, Jonathan Alder High School senior Drew Mark signs his commitment to play lacrosse at Capital University: (front row, from left) father, Chad; Drew; mother, April; (back row) Troy Cameron, Jonathan Alder assistant lacrosse coach; Rob Davis, Jonathan Alder head lacrosse coach; Ed Kennedy, Jonathan Alder assistant lacrosse coach; and brother, Ryan.

Drew Mark will play lacrosse for Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. The university is a member of NCAA Div. III and competes in the Ohio Athletic Conference.

“At the beginning of my (sports) career in third grade, I dreamed of playing in the NFL or NBA, but as I approached high school, I began to realize my best opportunity would be lacrosse,” said Mark, adding that Capital’s goals are to win the OAC Championship and the NCAA Tournament Championship in the coming years.

Mark plans to major in business finance.

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