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Ponte Vedra Boys 2024 Tanner Parlette Commits to Stony Brook!

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Congratulations to Tanner on his college choice and good luck in the future!

Tanner Parlette

Graduation Year

High School
Ponte Vedra High School


College Choice
Stony Brook University

Why did you choose this college?
All around amazing school. Between the coaches, the campus, and the team, it was perfect. I knew this was my school right after my visit!

What Advice Would You Give Those Starting the Recruiting Process?
Don’t get discouraged when you see other players committing. Keep working hard and the school that is meant for you will come around.

Who Would You Like to Thank for Getting You to Here?
I would like to thank my brothers for always pushing me to be the best lacrosse player I can be. I would like to also thank all of my coaches who made me the person I am today.

What are your first memories of the sport?
Playing for the Lax Rats when I was in elementary school.

What is Your Favorite Memory From Your High School Career?
Definitely going to the state championship last year. Even though it wasn’t the result we were hoping for, there’s nothing like playing in front of that many people with all of your best friends.

What is Your Stick Brand? And Why?
Maverick stick and shaft. Very light weight and they don’t snap as much as all the other brands.

Which Lacrosse Player Do You Most Want to Have a Meal With and Why?
Gotta be Paul Rabil. He’s the GOAT of lacrosse and it would be crazy to hear about how he got to where he is today.

Do You Watch College & Pro Games and What Are You Watching for to Make You a Better Player?
I watch college lacrosse and I watch how the defenseman play both on and off the ball. They’re playing at the highest level so they know what they’re doing.

What’s Your Go-To Meal After a Game?
Definitely has to be a Chipotle bowl.

What’s the One Thing Your Teammates Would be Surprised to Know About You?
I like to listen to Rock music before games instead of rap.

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