Notebook: Marr follows father's footsteps to Johns Hopkins lacrosse

Star attackman from upstate N.Y. commits to Blue Jays; assistant Bulken leaves Shoremen

September 21, 2013|Compiled from Inside Lacrosse

Junior attackman Kyle Marr, the son of Albany coach and former Johns Hopkins player Scott Marr, committed orally to Johns Hopkins over the summer.

A first-team All-Star in the Capital Region last spring, Marr helped guide Shenendehowa High in Clifton Park, N.Y., to a Section 2 Class A championship and an 18-4 record. Marr finished the season with 51 goals and 41 assists to lead the team in points.

He will attend the Hill Academy in Vaughan, Ontario, in 2014-2015 for a postgraduate year before joining the Blue Jays.

Washington College assistant Bulken to Belmont Abbey

Division II Belmont (N.C.) Abbey has announced the addition of Corey Bulken as an assistant coach.

Bulken spent the past two seasons at Washington College, where he assisted with the offense and oversaw the faceoff unit. In his two years, he mentored the development of an All-American at the faceoff X while raising the team's faceoff percentage from 35 percent in 2011 to 55 percent in 2012, and again in 2013 to 63.4 percent.

In 2011, his senior season at Le Moyne, Bulken led Division II in faceoff percentage, winning 69.2 percent of his draws, and was named the USILA Division II Specialty Player of the Year.

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