Men’s lacrosse names two captains for 2016
James Fee ’16 and Nick LoCicero ’17 will serve as captains of the men’s lacrosse team for the 2016 season. They will lead a good mix of upperclassmen and newcomers, highlighted by 13 seniors.
“We are excited about James and Nick leading this great group of young men,” said head coach Patrick Cooney. “Both are examples of Salve student-athletes achieving in academia, holding part time jobs and helping the greater Salve community.”
Fee returns to the field after missing the 2015 season due to injury. A true two-way midfielder, he recorded 29 points (22 goals and seven assists) in 2014. “James has helped this team get better,” Cooney said. “He imparts a toughness and positive work ethic to this team. James embodies the whole senior class.”
LoCicero recorded 47 points (17 goals and 30 assists) in 2015. He currently ranks No. 1 in Seahawk all-time assists with 93 and No. 1 in points per game with 3.91. “Nick assists us in so many ways,” Cooney said. “He helps promote a positive student-athlete culture we want for all of our student-athletes. He’s got vision on and off the field.”
The Seahawks begin the 2016 season at home on Feb. 20, hosting Emmanuel College at Gaudet Field.