Matt Landis is a Lacrosse player who now attends Notre Dame. He excelled in this sport when he was in high school. This has continued until the present day. Matt weighs in at 265 pounds and has the height of six feet. This helps to make him the outstanding Lacrosse player he has become. In order to keep him at his top performance he also lifts weights and is able to bench press 265 pounds.
His hometown is Pelham, New York. Where he attended Pelham Memorial High School. It was here that he learned to play Lacrosse and the position he played was defense. It was while in high school that he began to excel in Lacrosse. He became number 66 in the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 of freshmen. And before his graduation from high school he was rated the eighteenth best defenseman in the class of 2012.
He earned many all-state honors during his senior season in High School. They were four times Westchester County All League, The Westchester County All section while a junior and Senior and he captained his squad during his final two campaigns.
In his freshman year at Notre Dame Matt kept his spark for the game going. He played in fifteen games and picked up twenty-three ground balls. He also collected four ground balls for a 12 to 10 setback to Saint John’s Lacrosse team. For all of this he was able to help his team beat Syracuse in the semifinals of the Big East Championship.
As he progressed to a sophomore, he played in all of the eighteen games. He was instrumental in seventeen starts, in the close defense and he picked up fourteen ground balls. For all of his playing efforts he was able to earn his second letter while at Notre Dame.
Matt Landis truly excels at his sport and he is making his mark on the Lacrosse sport scene while attending Notre Dame. Everyone should watch for this Lacrosse player. He has an outstanding record and will go far in his endeavors.