Incoming First-Year Greg Campisi Named to 2020 U.S. Men's U19 Training Team

Photo by: John Strohsacker/U.S. Lacrosse
Photo by: John Strohsacker/U.S. Lacrosse

SPARKS, Md. – Incoming Harvard men's lacrosse first-year Greg Campisi has been named to the 2020 U.S. Men's U19 Training Team, as announced by U.S. Lacrosse this week.

Campisi earned a spot on the 32-man training roster following a three-day tryout weekend involving over 50 players at the U.S. Lacrosse headquarters. Leading up to the naming of the final 23-player roster (the maximum number of players allowed under World Lacrosse regulations), Campisi will participate in training weekends at Ohio State in November, followed by additional camps in 2020 leading up to the World Lacrosse Men's U19 World Championship from July 9-18 in Limerick, Ireland.

"It was an incredible three days, more than we could have asked for as coaches," said head coach Nick Myers. "The men gave an outstanding effort and they all really helped cement the foundation of this team. We, as staff, are grateful for how open the men were to being coached and challenged to chase Team USA standards."

Campisi will arrive at Harvard in the fall after playing four years of high school lacrosse at St. Anthony's. A team captain and first-team All-Long Island selection, Campisi helped lead the Friars to a near perfect 15-1 record in 2019. A native of Farmingdale, N.Y., Campisi recently played in the Under Armour All-America Game in June.