High school coaches can nominate players for the Pansini Law Group Athlete-Scholar Honor Roll

Phillylacrosse.com, Published 02/14/22
Staff report

Area high school coaches are encouraged to nominate varsity players this school season for the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll, a weekly feature that recognizes top performers in the classroom, on the lacrosse field and in the community.

All boys and girls who play on varsity teams in grades 11 and 12 can be recognized. Student-athletes who excel in academics as well as in lacrosse and who have also given of themselves through service should be nominated by their coaches.

This is the seventh year that company owner Michael Pansini has sponsored the program.

Once again, those named weekly winners of the Pansini Scholar-Athlete Award will be featured with an interview, photo and social media coverage on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

“We are thrilled to have Pansini Law Group once again as a sponsor of this special feature on Phillylacrosse,” said Chris Goldberg, owner of Lacrosse Media, LLC, which operates Phillylacrosse.com. “As an educator and coach myself, we seek to recognize the great accomplishments of our student-athletes in the off-court region as well as on the court.

“Community service has taken on an even greater role in our communities in recent years. We are honored to work with area coaches and recognize outstanding student-athletes who seek to make our world a better place.

“My firm and I are honored to once again support and sponsor the Academic-Athlete Honor Roll,” said Pansini. “The firm strongly believes in recognizing those who strive to be their best both in the classroom and on the lacrosse field and who also serve others.”

Coaches recommendations can be made by emailing us at [email protected] and title the message “Pansini Honor Roll”. Coaching appointments can be made from March 1st.

Once chosen, the student-athletes will be interviewed and will speak about the value of academics, athletics, service and leadership.

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