Ralph D’Agostino

Ralph is a former Turnpiker who helped lead the United States U-19 National Team to the gold medal at the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship in Turku, Finland … Tallied three points (two goals, one assists).  In High School Ralph was rated the 52nd overall prospect and the 16th-best defenseman in the Class of 2011 by Inside Lacrosse … Led the Immaculata Spartans to a 19-2 record as a senior and the NJSIAA Non-Public B Championship … The Spartans were 60-20 in D’Agostino’s four seasons … Scored 25 goals, 11 assists, and collected 217 ground balls as a senior … Finished his high school career with 66 goals, 43 assists, and 587 ground balls … Named the 2011 Courier News and Star-Ledger Player of the Year … Competed in the 2011 Champion All-American Showcase and the 2011 New Jersey All-Star Game … Two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American … Three-time all-state, all-conference and all-division performer … 2008 Courier News Rookie of the Year … Two-time captain and team MVP … Also played football and wrestled … Received football all-area honors as a cornerback and running back.  During his Freshman season at Syracuse University Ralph played in 13 games … Member of an Orange defense that ranked eighth nationally in caused turnovers per game (8.59) … Also went 9-for-18 (.500) at the faceoff X … Had 17 ground balls, including a career-best four at Cornell and at Hobart … Against Providence, he won the first two faceoff attempts of his career … Recorded a personal-best three faceoff wins against Rutgers at the ESPNU Warrior Classic … Attempted a season-high five draws at Notre Dame.

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