Cory Mason Commits to Mercyhurst University

Cory Mason commits to Mercyhurst University.

Congratulations on your recent commitment to attend and play lacrosse at Mercyhurst University.

Name: Cory Mason
Position: Defense/LSM
High School/Grad Year: Victor, 2015
FCA Team/ Position: Varsity Gold, Defense/LSM

We were able to catch up with Cory recently and here is what he had to say:

Where and when did you first begin playing lacrosse?

Started in 6th grade at a winter skills and drills and went from there.

What are you looking forward to at the next level?

Continuing to get better and playing at a higher level.

Can you provide some insight into your experience with FCA, when did you join the program?  How did you hear about the program? What was one of your favorite memories?

I joined the fall of my junior year. I heard about it from my cousin, Brennan Mackey. It a great program to get involved in and a great group of guys to play with.

What advice do you have for any future FCA players about the recruitment process?

Don’t wait, start getting schools in mind and figure out what you want to study so that you can choose a school with your intended major and where you feel you would best fit on the lacrosse team.

What is your favorite tailgate food?

Cheeseburgers and chips.

Shout outs?

Special thanks to my parents for taking me to tournaments and the coaches who have helped me get better as a person and player. Also a big thanks to FCA for allowing me to play for them and make progress in my game.

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