He's been literally stopping the goals and dreams of Penn Yan lacrosse opponents for the last four years, and now, goalie Brandon Mace will take his skill set as one of the area's top goalies to Stony Brook University next fall. Mace made the decision official this past Friday when he signed his Letter of Intent to play at the Suffolk County school.
Mace (far left) is joined by classmates Bradley Voigt, Rion Davison and Andrew Perl on Friday's signing day (Lucas Day)
What factored into Mace's decision for Stony Brook?
Mace talked about the impact the Penn Yan lacrosse program has had on him.
Mace has recorded 553 saves for the Mustangs. He's twice been named a member of the Section Five Class C all tournament team and was named tournament MVP in 2012. Older brother Ryan is attending Liberty University and is playing lacrosse.
Tomorrow, we'll hear from Rion Davison, who will attend the University of Hartford