MLAX Senior Reflections: Nicholas Eufrasio
May 6, 2017
This is part of a series on the Marquette experiences of the men's lacrosse team's 2017 senior class.
Nicholas Eufrasio, a criminology and law studies major, is a three-year starter on defense for the Golden Eagles. The senior has a career-high 29 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers in his final year with the program.
1. What is the biggest thing you learned from your time at Marquette?
NE: The biggest thing that I have learned from my time at Marquette was getting to be comfortable while feeling uncomfortable.
2. What are you most proud of accomplishing at Marquette?
NE: Winning the 2016 Big East Tournament has been my most proud accomplishment.
3. What advice would you give future members of the Marquette lacrosse program?
NE: I would tell future members of the Marquette lacrosse program to buy into the culture of love that has been set. Buy into what the coaches and veterans of the team are saying and doing. Lastly, live everyday by the acronym EAGLES that has been established.
4. Most memorable moment?
NE: My most memorable moment was when the team returned to the locker room after winning the 2016 Big East Championship. Everyone was jumping around and I could see the pure joy in everyone’s face. This is something that I will cherish forever.
5. Was there anything else that made your Marquette experience special?
NE: My Marquette experience has been special because the athletic department and coaching staff showed love to all of their student athletes. The coaching staff and athletic department cared more than what was just happening on the field, however, cared about everything that was going on in our lives trying to make our experience as best as possible. Also, my Marquette experience has been special because of the lifelong friends that I have made here.
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